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[often as modifier] Stone used in its natural form.‘a fieldstone fireplace’
- ‘A 1970's-style breezeway became a family room, with a warming Connecticut fieldstone fireplace and barn wood paneling.’
- ‘A fieldstone fireplace, plush chairs, hardwood tables - it was the epitome of ordinary domesticity, Golden Age Terran style.’
- ‘There is a fieldstone path leading to the bench and bisecting the garden.’
- ‘They have strong emotional associations with the notion of home, whether it's a fieldstone fireplace, classic cedar shake siding, a slate roof, crown moldings, mahogany flooring - they're usually quite specific requirements.’
- ‘Walls of dry-stacked Sonoma fieldstone hold back the slope and define the edge of the patio.’
- ‘When walking towards the house, the eye is drawn to two small plantings of snapdragons on either side of the fieldstone walkway.’
- ‘Landscape designers Diana Stratton and Brian Columbia removed the fence to open up views, then created terraces supported by retaining walls of local fieldstone.’
- ‘When I worked in theater I did most of my paint work with sponges and could achieve a fair imitation of anything from marble to fieldstone to stucco.’
- ‘Fireplaces and fieldstone walls accent each of the rooms, as well as the main dining area.’
- ‘Most stood or sat near the huge, fieldstone fireplace in the great room, sipping the excellent mulled cider.’
- ‘I decide on fieldstone, because it practically grows in our yards and will be both inexpensive and a perfect match for the rock wall it is leading us toward.’
- ‘It features the native fieldstone and handcraftsmanship indicative of Arts and Crafts design popular in the early 20th century.’
- ‘The fieldstone fireplace and comfortable furnishings help everyone feel welcome relaxed.’
- ‘The bakehouse was made of masonry and fieldstone, with walls two feet thick.’
- ‘First, they are almost invariably built out of fieldstone (often dry-laid).’
- ‘Once downstairs, Ben quickly moved to the huge fieldstone fireplace.’
- ‘The chimney made of fieldstone poked up from the slate roof.’
- ‘Riding through the countryside of Pennsylvania, he finds a collection of buildings all built on the same theme, made of fieldstone and glass.’
- ‘Next they happen a upon a lovely fieldstone garden wall and ‘W’ listens and hears some pleasing sounds emanating from behind the wall.’
- ‘The logs blazed in Joe Kearns' large fieldstone fireplace throwing a warm glow around the three people sunk into the big cosy chairs in the living room.’
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