28,576 Bathtub Built from Tile Home Design Photos

SOD BUILDERS, INC.
27 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks9
Questions0
Bathtub Built from Tile
Tile Master Bath Ideas
Beige Tile...Tile Bathtub...Tile Tub
“The other half of the earlier saved bathroom” — amgreene1974
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
20 Reviews
Small Space Bathroom
Ideabooks220K
Questions92
(decotile.ca) and it's from the DaVinci Series Type;
It's found at Deco Tile in Toronto
whether frosted glass doors were custom built ?
How far is the edge of the vanity from the edge of the toilet? Please and thank you!
Is the same tile used for the wall and the floor?
Nice work! What is the tile used around the tub etc. Size and brand
Can you tell me what type of tiles were used. Can you give me the brand & colour?
This is a beautiful arrangement, and I would love to have something similar in my space, but I am wondering, how do you keep water from spilling
What are the dimensions of the tiles used on the walls?
I love this bathroom and would like to know what stone the tiles are made of and the color of the stone for the foor and the wall. Would also
“bath and shower” — lizanne9
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
River View
Ideabooks4,714
Questions5
Hi, Can you tell me where you got the tile? I also would like to know if the tub is a special tub made to be semi built in or if you used a regular clawfoot or pedestal tub.
cracks in the tile and it can be scribed more easily to the curved front of the tub. Most good tile installers know how to use this system. Best of luck! Jarrett
Yes, the tile is from Mosaic House through Greenwich Tile in Connecticut.. The bathtub is cast iron made specifically for a built in. It
It is Luxor from Aston Matthews in London.
The tile is from Mosaic House in NYC per Connecticut
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens Magazine that this was published in. It is a handcut, Moroccan mosaic tile called Tanger C.
The tub is from Aston Matthews (Luxor), London and the faucets are Dornbracht (Tara Classic)
“Protruding Tub” — Anne Chan
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
6 Reviews
Lavish Luxury
Ideabooks3,114
Questions2
Would like to know the make and model of the bathtub please. Thank you.
It is the Zen bathtub, and the top lip on this one is 4 inches high. There are four choices of top lip height for the ZEN collection bathtubs 1'', 2'', 3'' and 4''.
Love the window by the bathtub
Check the Bathtub Caulk and Toilet Seal Why: Intact caulk and seals prevent water from leeching into the
slab & tile both w/ adjacent
pretty tiles, not too messy, easy to get in and out.
Zen bathtub -- though I'd choose a lower lip height. You can choose 1, 2, 3 and 4 inches.
Check the Bathtub Caulk and Toilet SealWhy: Intact caulk and seals prevent water from leeching into the rest of your bathroom, causing mold and other damage.How: Inspect the caulk that seals the tub to the floor, as well as the caulk around the edge of the tub, and the points where tub facets come out
“hand held spraye” — andyjk
Clay Squared to Infinity
18 Reviews
Classic Subway Tile Bathtub Surround
Ideabooks38,021
Questions33
commercial areas. Historic matches to the original tiles made from 1890 - 1930's. Subway Ceramic floor tiles are made of the highest quality unglazed porcelain and carefully arranged on a fiber mesh as one square foot sheets. A complimentary black hex is also in stock in both sizes and available by the sheet
coating applied to the tile. Their color is the same on the face of the tile as it is on the back resulting in very durable tiles that do not show the effects of heavy traffic. The most common unglazed tiles are the red quarry tiles or the granite looking porcelain ceramic tiles used in heavy commercial
sheet for creating borders and accent designs. Subway Ceramics offers vintage tile is 3/8" thick, with a flat surface and square edges. The Subway Ceramics collection of traditional subway tile, moldings and accessories.
“clean lines with little hexagon sized floor tiles.” — luciaslee
Mike Connell
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Mediterranean
Ideabooks200K
Questions62
Interior Design: Kathleen Monroe Design ... The striking stone tile and simple white Ceasarstone countertop work together to create a serene master bath.
i love the mirror, where is it from?
What is the spacing bw the tiles?
Where are the tiles,bathtubs and the vanity purchased from?also,what is the name of tiles?and how much for this renovation?
of wall tile. Could you explain the floor tile in detail?
I love the way this tile looks in the shower and I'm wondering what you used to match it for tile on the floor? Thanks so much for your help!
What is the wall tile? Thanks!
Where are the tiles from? What brand
ngs/ from Kohler also? Love the bathroom!
I like the light and the taps etc. are they also from Kohler?
“bathtub” — lizanne9
Mark Ashby Design
Scenic Drive Project
Ideabooks9,216
Questions6
I like how white the marble tile is.....what is that and what are the dimensions for the wall tile??
what is the name of the tile on the floor and up the side of the tub - what sizes, also?
Size/shape of tub and built in storage in wall
Built in bulkhead n shelving framing window
Really like built in shelves over tub
alcove tub, arched window, built in shelves
pattern of tile on tub wall and on floor
Ceiling curve + built in shelves
“Tub” — soniasaber
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks8,116
Questions14
What size tile is in the bathtub area?
Drop in tubs do not have tile flange
i have 4ft from top of tub to slant start. would like rod to go up another foot if possible. do they make a slanted slpoe flange for a rod
This bathroom is beautiful. I love the front tile in front of the tub - but is this a drop in or alcove
Who makes this tile? Where can you find it?
I love the matching tile apron. Who manufactures this tub?
Is this an alcove tub, or a drop-in tub that was used in an alcove with a tiled apron? Who makes this tub ple
building and made space for a 72" tub but now only want a 66" tub what would you suggest for framing, it looks like here just one side of the wall is built out but could we build out each wall 3" to keep the room in balance? Thanks so much!
“Tile Flat against tub” — Brian Mennes
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