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Top 100 Stone Projects

  1. 46. Easy Cobblestone Driveway (02:33)

    This easy-to-install cobble stone paving system can revamp your driveway.

  2. 47. How to Stain a Concrete Patio (00:01:00)

    Got a patio in need of a facelift? Here are tips on staining concrete.

  3. 48. Bar Room (01:14)

    This bar has a high-top table, refaced stone fireplace and customized bar.

  4. 49. Eat-Out Kitchen, Part 1 (05:24)

    Dean and Derek build an eat-out kitchen that goes from urban to urbane.

  5. 50. Ranch Style Outdoor Living (03:18)

    This sheep-ranch backyard becomes an outdoor room with a view.

  6. 51. Ordering Concrete (00:60)

    Here's an Indoors Out quick tip on ordering concrete for a project.

  7. 52. Spyderco SharpMaker (01:07)

    This V-shaped Spyderco tool sharpens anything from knives to nail clippers.

  8. 53. Fireplace Masonry Overview (00:04:07)

    Dean and Derek go to San Francisco to build an outdoor fire-pit.

  9. 54. How to Update a Stone Walkway

    Replacing a simple stone path with a sturdy flagstone walkway will enhance any landscape and last for years.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  10. 55. Old Wall, New Look (01:00)

    Here's how to blend new stone into old using buttermilk and moss.

  11. 56. Houseboat Thin Veneer (20:00)

    Dean and Derek use a thin stone veneer on the walls of a houseboat.

  12. 57. Golf Lover's Lounge (20:00)

    A golf loving couple's backyard is transformed into a golfer's paradise.

  13. 58. Install a Fireplace Mantel and Add Stone Veneer Facing

    Use these instructions to easily give a fireplace a new mantel as well as a new stone veneer facing.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  14. 59. Grinder Stone Cuts (00:60)

    Here's an Indoors Out quick tip on cutting with a diamond-blade grinder.

  15. 60. How To Build a Retaining Wall with a Terrace

    Integrate stone steps and a stone retaining wall into a challenging backyard slope to make the space more usable.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $5,000 - $10,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard

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