20,452 FRENCH TERRACOTTA TILE Home Design Photos

Van-Martin Rowe
The Castle on Grand Oaks
Ideabooks217
Questions1
pleas could you tell me where to get the yellow tile on hearth
Glazed tile with large grout lines
Interesting use of large grout lines, tile
Love the tile = triple-glazed French terra-cotta tiles from Cavendish Grey were installed
Triple-glazed French terra-cotta tiles from Cavendish Grey were installed with large grout joints.
Awesome fireplace and conversation. Adobe brick or tiles. View.
fireplace terra cotta tile, large grout joints
Triple-glazed French terra-cotta tiles from Cavendish Grey were installed with large grout joints.
“tile spacing pattern” — mjmdesign
City Studios
6 Reviews
City kitchen
Ideabooks1,477
Questions7
anitque french terracotta floor tiles
“curved bar” — janiewic
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
Ideabooks17,115
Questions6
The roof is a traditional french terracotta-like tile. It is typically used in old houses...I agree that they are quite beautiful.
The roof is a traditional french terracotta-like tile. It is typically used in old houses...I agree that they are quite beautiful
Simplicity with character at its finest--- French Normandy From the 1800s( actually located in France)
You can't get much more French than this home in the Normandy countryside. The overall design is simple, featuring the strong, straight lines and neatly kept gardens that exemplify French style.
Zealand and France as well. Check out this cottage in Normandy. Houzzers chose this charming exterior as a favorite French project of 2013.
“Y” — eileendlc
www.LUXURYSTYLE.es
TERRA-COTTA TILES, FLOORING
Ideabooks195
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an french style design restaurant in mediterranean french style design is traditional us old french brick terra-cotta tiles. contemporary french brick terra-cotta floor with old french brick terra-cotta floor tiles is typical mediterranean french restaurant, or mediterranean french bar, or french style
nean french design restaurant, or mediterranean french bar, or mediterranean french wine cellar, or design french pub and old french brick terra-cotta tiles in one” “Loving the old french brick terra-cotta tiles in a mediterranean french design restaurant, or mediterranean french bar, or french design
mediterranean french brick terra-cotta floor with charm of old french brick terra-cotta tiles. Mediterranean french brick terra-cotta tiles in mediterranean french style restaurant, or in mediterranean french style bar, or in mediterranean french style wine cellar, or in mediterranean french style pub in
“Floor” — mchatterton
Vintage Elements LLC
8 Reviews
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
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Questions0
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Parefeuille tiles from the Provence region in France. These reclaimed French terracotta tiles were originally used as ceiling and subroofing tiles in traditional farm houses in Mediterranean France. The tiles were laid in between oak rafters and served as ceiling and a strong sublayer for the roof tiles to
to be mounted above. Vintage Elements reclaims these tiles and uses them for flooring and ceiling tiles. Although not often used as an outdoor flooring tiles, these reclaimed terracotta tiles will easily withstand moderate climates with light freezes. Their warm colors with nuances of pink, salmon,
instantly provide Mediterranean charm which can't be achieved with other flooring materials. Vintage Elements recommends yearly sealing to protect these tiles. Please don't hesitate to contact us at www.vintageelements.com for more installation instructions, sealing products and care tips.
“french terrracotta floors” — dooksux
Vintage Elements LLC
8 Reviews
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Ideabooks27
Questions0
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Parefeuille tiles from the Provence region in France. These reclaimed French terracotta tiles were originally used as ceiling and subroofing tiles in traditional farm houses in Mediterranean France. The tiles were laid in between oak rafters and served as ceiling and a strong sublayer for the roof tiles to
to be mounted above. Vintage Elements reclaims these tiles and uses them for flooring and ceiling tiles. Although not often used as an outdoor flooring tiles, these reclaimed terracotta tiles will easily withstand moderate climates with light freezes. Their warm colors with nuances of pink, salmon,
instantly provide Mediterranean charm which can't be achieved with other flooring materials. Vintage Elements recommends yearly sealing to protect these tiles. Please don't hesitate to contact us at www.vintageelements.com for more installation instructions, sealing products and care tips.
“Very nice entry way.” — Forrest
Vintage Elements LLC
8 Reviews
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Parefeuille tiles from the Provence region in France. These reclaimed French terracotta tiles were originally used as ceiling and subroofing tiles in traditional farm houses in Mediterranean France. The tiles were laid in between oak rafters and served as ceiling and a strong sublayer for the roof tiles to
to be mounted above. Vintage Elements reclaims these tiles and uses them for flooring and ceiling tiles. Although not often used as an outdoor flooring tiles, these reclaimed terracotta tiles will easily withstand moderate climates with light freezes. Their warm colors with nuances of pink, salmon,
instantly provide Mediterranean charm which can't be achieved with other flooring materials. Vintage Elements recommends yearly sealing to protect these tiles. Please don't hesitate to contact us at www.vintageelements.com for more installation instructions, sealing products and care tips.
Vintage Elements LLC
8 Reviews
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Exterior Steps with reclaimed French Terracotta Parefeuille
Parefeuille tiles from the Provence region in France. These reclaimed French terracotta tiles were originally used as ceiling and subroofing tiles in traditional farm houses in Mediterranean France. The tiles were laid in between oak rafters and served as ceiling and a strong sublayer for the roof tiles to
to be mounted above. Vintage Elements reclaims these tiles and uses them for flooring and ceiling tiles. Although not often used as an outdoor flooring tiles, these reclaimed terracotta tiles will easily withstand moderate climates with light freezes. Their warm colors with nuances of pink, salmon,
instantly provide Mediterranean charm which can't be achieved with other flooring materials. Vintage Elements recommends yearly sealing to protect these tiles. Please don't hesitate to contact us at www.vintageelements.com for more installation instructions, sealing products and care tips.
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