41,953 Mocha glaze Home Design Photos

Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Weyand Residence
Ideabooks2,690
Questions6
Don't know. Owner is an interior designer & did all of the colors & finishes. The tiles are 2" glazed ceramics, not glass.
“built-in cabinet” — princesspeanutsnugglebottom
Robert Hawkins
Kitchen from Living Room
Ideabooks16,869
Questions6
http://www.houzz.com/photos/79811/Steamboat-Springs-Residences-contemporary-kitchen-denver....from this angle it looks like a porcelain tile w/ a metallic glaze.
“Everything” — lindsaymcquinn
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Rivendell Manor
Ideabooks44,810
Questions18
small, cute, ratio stone to plaster, german style, rustic, glazing
“Colors” — kareasak
Milk and Honey Design
Elegant Master Bathroom
Ideabooks8,515
Questions17
Custom finish by Milk and Honey, paint with glaze.
“Vanity design would be nice with the brown marble” — llhess613
Amy Trowman Design
15 Reviews
Sullivans Island Beach House No.3
Ideabooks817
Questions1
Glazed units high up, different surface for Island unit.
“Benchtop” — nicmcclure
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Guest Bathroom
Ideabooks44,663
Questions23
to the double border above the vanity and the single border on the floor, I think those are individual 2x2 tiles rather than a pre-made mosaic. The glaze appears to be more of a matte finish that works nicely with the stone. Try http://www.annsackstile.com/onlinecatalog/program.jsp?cat=268004&coll=2
“Bath” — gracelagazo
Brunelleschi Construction
16 Reviews
Alterman
Ideabooks11,768
Questions13
for a colorful cabinet update. These blue cabinets are a nice change of pace from the usual wood. Faux finishing techniques like distressing and glazing can add patina and a sense of age to your cabinetry to help you communicate your own personal style.
“Ventana” — quimicaestela
In Detail Interiors
12 Reviews
Cool island design
Ideabooks2,573
Questions5
blue, we convinced her that it would work best in small doses! Thus, we chose the island to highlight with the color and toned it down with a light glaze. The challenges of this design really focused on the multitude of appliances the client wanted in the small space as well as finding a creative way
“Wood bar addition” — pearsonk2
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