Definition of bluestone
: a building stone of bluish-gray color
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A 94-year-old stucco-sided Tudor with a foyer, stainless-steel appliances, a living room with a fireplace, a sunroom with a tiled floor, a finished attic and a bluestone patio.
Much of Geller’s work lies underfoot, in tumbled bluestone pavers and pathways, Asian millstones and a spacious stone-slab patio off the kitchen.
They are mingled together, bones and dust, in bluestone caskets beneath a terraced Brooklyn hill.
Furniture from Horchow on the terrace has cushions covered in Sunbrella fabrics; the Chippendale-style cocktail table and the pendant light are antique, and the flooring is bluestone.
For Riverbed, the artist brought 180 tons of bluestone back from the southern coast of Iceland.
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