17,208 “limestone cook tops” Home Design Photos

Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
Ideabooks8,321
Questions10
install the tiles on the wall before I install the vanity and the vanity top. Thanks!
feel like you're floating in the hills," she explains.The tile floor is limestone, and the floating vanity is covered in rift-cut white oak veneer. In a
“Mod bath” — patmsweeney13
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
great room
Ideabooks16,570
Questions13
Top part could be a lift-type thing all around.
Limestone, integration of trey ceiling
“soffit lighting stone wall” — degeorged
Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
California Maison
Ideabooks11,632
Questions14
were not apart of the flooring decisions. However I believe the floor is Limestone and has a honed soft green marble inset tile. If you bring this picture
But the front door is an exception. Would like those latches to secure top and bottom of front door to add extra strength in case of bear leaning against
“handrail design/color” — annewilliam
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks3,557
Questions3
stainless steel posts and top rail
Wood,cement, and limestone?
“front door handle” — nlicht
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
9 Reviews
Linden Hills Contemporary
Ideabooks15,860
Questions10
Wall stone? A Wisconsin limestone?
nice stairs, railing and wood top
“L'escalier en suspension” — Annie Brossard
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Baylor
Ideabooks27,316
Questions12
That looks like French Vanilla Limestone to me.
like green tile, counter top and cabinet
“love tile behind mirror and sconces” — dreams76
Artisan Home Crafters
1 Review
Silver OBIE Award Winner: Buckhead Custom Home
Ideabooks2,103
Questions5
Would be better with a limestone window header.
instead of a band of brick at the bottom and a band of siding at the top, combining, to create elements that are 2-stories tall, both in brick and
“What about an L- shape??” — jgilbertson42
The Bazeley Partnership
3 Reviews
Contemporary Home near Bude, Cornwall
Ideabooks1,217
Questions0
Stairs and limestone tiles...note balastrade at top
“Staircase” — Rachel Bello
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