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Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks20,911
Questions33
Can you tell me where the backsplash tiles are sourced from and what their name is?? Thanks
glass subway tile backsplash! Gorgeous kitchen design!
Hi- this is the original 'tin' ceiling. You can still purchase tin ceiling tiles in many patterns
What is backsplash tile and color?...Looks like our concept, if dressed down
“This is the look I'm going for” — jc344200
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Rocky Mountain Log Homes
1 Review
Rustic Elegance
Ideabooks899
Questions1
This guest bathroom showcases unique wall sconces, custom tile work, beautiful and rich green cabinets and keeps with the rustic style of the home.
love this for the down stairs bath room..
Colors, tile accent with warmth of wood...Backsplash tile idea...Bath tile...vanity & sink/cabinet/tile back splash
“cabin kitchen” — mammatigs
Sarah Phipps Design
Ogden
Ideabooks1,634
Questions2
northstar appliances and bold tile backsplash
cabinets, and there’s a fun scrap-wood backsplash. To get a similar look, track down a fridge or stove in a hue taken from your wallpaper, accent wall or backsplash
splash/tile adds color to white kitchen...tile in background...Awesome tile/wall treatment...big tile......
“Nice fridge” — emmypru
Porcelanosa USA
17 Reviews
Stephen Clark Residence - Washington, DC
Ideabooks2,801
Questions7
The backsplash is a tile. This tile comes from Porcelanosa. It is QATAR NACAR 12"X35"
Hello writeaki, Since we only supplied the kitchen, backsplash and floor tile we are not aware of the lighting manufacturer, but you can certainly ask
Wavy tile, y'all! Porcelanosa Qatar Nacar
Looks like no one wants to sit down.
“Table en verre” — jremilla
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Ideabooks2,794
Questions5
I like the way the edge of the roof drops down a bit, rather than just ending abruptly. Feels more like a room.
wall tiles...Deck tiles...Wall tile - ledgestone
“Awesome lounger” — Lindsay Spates
Webber + Studio, Architects
9 Reviews
Chimney Corners Remodel
Ideabooks5,479
Questions1
The terrace and pool coping are the same natural limestone tile, that flows out from the home's interior. the attached image gives a better view of the
possible tile with concrete coping and sides on spa
The covered patio. I like how it doesn't dip down
tile on waterfall...Water line tile...tile on the wall face
“location of pilar” — rolson6
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks2,952
Questions4
Is this some kind of wood product, concrete, tile? Love the look!
expensive because it's harvested sustainably (they plant as much as they cut down). It's very dense, so it won't cup as much as other woods, and while you
wood and coping combined. and looks like 6x6 black tile at waters edge.
The edge of the ceramic tile flows easily into the pool!
“decking” — timmykelley
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
Ideabooks4,030
Questions5
What material did you use for your waterline tile?
Love the steps down how it's a big area in center on the wall
Waterline tile...No tile...Pool tile...Smooth edge tiles
“love the shape of this pool” — Kate Delmore
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