We all love custom stonework; when it’s done right. This company, Carved Stone Creations, specializes in large outdoor water fountains and custom  architectural stone for homeowners, designers and architects. They design spectacular stone columns, sculptures, staircases, balustrades, fireplace surrounds, stone veneer siding, grand entrances and much more. Truly exquisite work! Check out some of their work above.

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  • Victor

    That first house in pictures 1 and 2 is ABSOLUTELY STUNNING




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  • Daniel

    Sorry, but it all looks very Disneyland-like. Not one drop of class in any of the homes. The only element I like is the fountain in photo 6. The 1st house is crazy big and doesn’t look bad, but I think the stone is what destroys the looks of it. Plain stucco would have worked better, or maybe limestone. Gotta love the medieval remodel though.

    For truly exceptional stonework, check out K&T Stoneworks or Prestige Arch Stone:

    http://www.ktstoneworks.com/residential.php

    prestigearchstone.com/home.html




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  • TEE

    i really hope your being sarcastic here kenny cause i swear to god that castle is anything but exquisite……..

    other words that come to mind when looking at their work: tacky, tasteless, ugly, plain, boring, cheap




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    • Oliver

      AMEN




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  • kieran

    Photos 1-4 are incredible




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  • Venom

    Beautiful work.
    Stunning.




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  • Travis

    The only one I don’t hate is pic 9. It looks like an actual home, rather than, as Daniel put it, a disneyland attraction. And the dolphin fountain is terrible.




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  • robert

    I love this work. I absolutely cannot stand those living rooms with high ceilings with a balcony walkway above them. Except for this one. It is great. Lots of architectural interest. As far as the Disneyland comparisons. Why not. I have often wondered if you could hire the Disney Imagineers to design a home. I would take the first house over alot of cookie cutter houses that are out there.




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  • Kyle

    A lot of people seem to like to call any kind of home or architecture that is somewhat playful or colorful “Disney-esque.” That really depends. Storybook style evolved off of the fantasy ideal of a storybook home. Some people think period architecture must be 100% accurate, but by that standard, architecture would never change or evolve. So if you took a period design and modified it in certain ways, purists might decry it as “Disney-esque” as well.

    A real qualifier for “Disney-esque” is if the home tries to look like a certain type of building that it clearly is not, and thus comes off looking like an oversized children’s playhouse, for example, the home in photo #8. There actually were homes modeled off of castles built in the past, but there’s a way to pull it off and that one in #8 just doesn’t quite do it IMO.

    I think the other homes are mostly gorgeous however.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    While the design of the homes here may or may not appeal to everyone, the quality of the work cannot be doubted. These guys do a superb job and they know their craft really well. In the end it is whoever commissions a job and pays for it who deserves to be satisfied – going by the large number of commissions that these guys have received, they do seem to have a lot of happy clients. My guess is that if someone wants them to do a severely classical job, they could pay a top architect to design something and Carved Stone Creations would be able to do justice to the design without any trouble.




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  • Oliver

    Hmm id have to completely disagree with Daniel for blatantly obvious reasons that none of these homes are disney-ish? they are each a custom one a kind home thats it. And again another blatant disgreement with the “Medieval” Remodel… NO you dont gotta love that… thats hands down the worst looking remodel ive ever seen in my life.. no doubt about it. The rest of the houses are gorgeous and have phenomenal stonework. I especially like the first 2 houses.




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  • Sam

    Pictures 3,4 and 9 are all the same house located at 2511 Lost Dauphin Rd in De Pere, Wisconsin if you are interested. 🙂




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  • Sam

    The last house is located at 5696 School Dr in Green Bay, Wisconsin.




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  • G.

    I have not seen any of the other homes in person, but have seen the home in pictures number 3,4, and 9 – absolutely stunning…

    Seeing the home in person makes a huge difference – it puts these pictures of the home to shame.

    I wish I knew who the architect and/or builder of this home was…




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  • Sam

    G have you been inside this home? I would be really curious as to what the interior looks like. Also would this house be considered craftsman style? I think it is but I’m not sure.




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  • Chris

    Pictures 1, 2 and 5 are from the same house at W7446 Spring Valley Dr in Greenville, WI.




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