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Top 100 Stone Projects

  1. 1. Photo Gallery: Types of Bricks

    DIYNetwork.com breaks down each type of bricks, including common, concrete, engineering and fire bricks.

  2. 2. Stone Fireplace Surround (05:32)

    Our host helps a couple make a stone surround for their gas fireplace.

  3. 3. How to Install Stone Steps

    Replacing worn-out steps with attractive flagstone steps provides a more inviting entry into any outdoor space.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  4. 4. Travertine Basics

    Decorating expert Bea Pila explains why travertine limestone is a great choice for any room.

  5. 5. Eat-Out Kitchen, Part 4 (03:19)

    After a rain delay, the eat-out kitchen is finally complete.

  6. 6. Chicago Coverings Show (20:00)

    Dean and Derek check out the new tile and stone products at the exhibition.

  7. 7. A Jolt of Style (02:47)

    See nature-inspired design options from The Minimalist Group and Corian.

  8. 8. Blue Stone Patio Battle (40:00)

    The Fuchanan's want a chic party pad and the Mejia's get a flagstone patio.

  9. 9. Stone Steps, sponsored (01:00)

    A DIY Basic about creating safe and attractive limestone slab steps.

  10. 10. Backyard Bar (02:06)

    An old brick barbecue becomes a stylish bar with stacked stone seating.

  11. 11. Tiki Hut Bar (01:50)

    A tiki hut with a real palm roof adds exotic ambience to a huge bar area.

  12. 12. Cigar Sanctuary (20:01)

    Man Cave's builds a 'Cigar Sanctuary' for a family man.

  13. 13. Outdoor Pizza Parlor, Part 2 (04:19)

    Watch as the stone patio and outdoor pizza oven begin to take shape.

  14. 14. Stone Products for Your Home (03:20)

    The guys take a look at some exciting new products for outdoor stone work.

  15. 15. Photo Gallery: Stone

    See photos and learn more about different types of stone that can be used in building materials and landscaping, from DIYNetwork.com.

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