59,074 Histortic Design pattern Home Design Photos

Mediterranean Bathroom
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Questions4
Love this pattern. Can you tell me what size tiles were used for the large wall pattern? Thanks
Snail area very interesting w/ tile pattern.
Like the pattern but not the color
Like pattern of tile not color
Single color mixed sized pattern (tub/shower area)
Tile color and pattern
diamond pattern trim
Tile pattern in white?
Tile pattern. No borders
Tile pattern...love the pattern!...Tile design...love the design!...Wall tile pattern...corner design...Bathroom design...Great tile pattern...Nice tile pattern...dark tile pattern...shower tile pattern
“tile pattern” — elang75
studiozimmer
Street Car Lofts Bathroom
Ideabooks2,073
Questions3
Pattern of 3 x 6 and 4 x 12
pattern in tile for back splash
Nice tile pattern, single color, 3x6 and 1x3?
NOTE: this pattern will go in the apt.
tile pattern- using 3x6 & 4x12 white in shower stall only and 3x6 as wainscoting
Get hip to the mixMixing tiles in different sizes and shapes allows you to create a unique tile pattern in your bathroom. Here, a narrow border is used between every row of brick-shaped tiles for a more interesting finish.
“vanity” — jackiemu
California Home + Design
Bright, Modern Bedroom
Ideabooks1,758
Questions2
A mix of bold, but sophisticated patterns keep this bedroom both fun and fabulous. Designed by Vanessa De Vargas. Photo by Teri Lynn Fisher for California Home + Design.
Red and blue color and pattern for a bold bedroom design
Pattern is provided when you repeat an image
Design Principle: Pattern This one is obvious. Most of the room is covered with patterns. From the blankets to the walls there are patterns everywhere. Although the patterns are not the same all around this still shows the principle of pattern.
color balance, and mix of patterns.
pattern on pattern on pattern I love this look, probably would add brass accents
The decretive designs in the whole room.
I really like the different patterns!
“kids bedroom” — meadowridge2015
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Delia Shades' Custom Solar Shades in "Moorish Door" pattern
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Questions5
Delia Shades' Custom Solar Shades in "Moorish Door" pattern
I already checked out your website! Beautiful designs & a great way to make an ordinary window look special. I will definitely keep this in mind for my clients.
Glad you like it! It's a proprietary pattern. Check out the others on our website (www.deliashades.com) or on houzz
It's based on traditional architectural wooden and metal grids, but it's actually a patterned roller shade made of Greenguard-certified material that is specially woven for this purpose so that it won't crack or fade under constant UV exposure
Delia Shades. Introduce a subtle pattern. Note how the Moorish pattern on the window shades adds a subtle decorative layer to this minimally furnished modern loft. Imagine how much plainer the
“Ethnic print shades” — emilytreece
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Living
Ideabooks2,057
Questions5
Actually the design is from a stencil company called Wallovers.
Pattern; Something that repeats, may be a picture, design or colour. The wallpaper displays the use of patterns because the circles show a repeating image that makes a pattern.
Pattern uses the art elements in planned or random
Pattern- This space represents pattern by repetition of the same shape or design in the chairs and the wallpaper in the background.
Multi-colored geometric design - dark colors
stencil, not wallpaper. "It was a custom design that I came up with, and I had the artist hand-apply the LusterStone paint with a small palette knife. It takes many layers of the paint/plaster to get this much depth," he says.
The geometrical kaleidescope pattern of linked circles on this midcentury
“wallpaper” — brittanyblackman
Bravo Interior Design
5 Reviews
2008 Rough Hollow Parade Home
Ideabooks7,261
Questions8
are there two different sized tiles to make this pattern?
Bravo Interior Design 2008 Rough Hollow Parade Home
kitchen floor design
Bathroom tile pattern?
Like the tile pattern
Tile floor herringbone pattern
Love this larger herringbone pattern
tile pattern on floor
Bravo Interior Design
Floor tile pattern...design of tile...TILE PATTERN...Floor pattern...Herringbone pattern...design, texture...Tile floor design...herringbone pattern
“Way to lay tile” — traciek23
Jaque Bethke for PURE Design Environments Inc.
9 Reviews
Sustainable Cliffside Living
Ideabooks2,330
Questions5
sink, flush cabinets, freestanding tub, glass shower enclosure, herringbone floors, pendant lights, tile floor, vaulted ceiling, wood beam, © PURE Design Environments Inc.
Jaque Bethke for PURE Design Environments Inc.
The floor is comprised of a 4"x24" plank limestone tile set in a herring bone pattern. Thank you for your inquiry, please contact us at 952-224-1231 for more detailed information.
These cabinets are made from a aniline-dyed veneer call Bolivar. Veneers are available in 100's of colors, species and patterns and are dyed using a computer calibrated coloring process. The dying process allows color consistency throughout the projects and retains the beauty
I like the pattern on the floor
“right pattern, wrong tile” — 5nel5
Stacey Brandford Photography
Sarah Richardson Design
Ideabooks6,584
Questions6
Love the tile pattern. Hate the cook fan.
that were laid in a herringbone pattern but you might also like these tiles chevron and herribbone tiles that already come in sheets
Sorry, I'm the photographer on the project. I don't have the product specs. Please contact Sarah Richardson Design.
photographer on the project. I don't have the product specs. Please contact Sarah Richardson Design.
Any chance for a small section of pattern somewhere?
Nice backsplash pattern, leave wall open with shelving instead of upper cabinets
HerringboneA pattern often confused with chevron, herringbone is created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as shown here. It is commonly found in tilework and parquet floors. In textiles herringbone most often appears in tweed.
“Tile pattern” — Robyn Walton
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