102,524 Pebble Mosaics Home Design Photos

StoneMar Natural Stone Company LLC
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The Art of Zen
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elements of calm, cleanliness, purity, and openness. Large-format porcelain tile in a warm coppery hue is accented with Scabos splitface and red pebble mosaics. The combinations of visual and physical textures with tasteful lighting and accessories creates a cohesive feel. A wall-mounted toilet adds European
No. The shower wall accent tile is a splitface material that is not suitable for floors. The floor is a polished pebble mosaic that is smooth enough to step on. Please click on "more info" to get the full information about the splitface by clicking on the product tag.
I like the pebbles colors and seems like it would be
pebble tile rug and…. teak bench….could be in shower
Zen bathroom - pebble mosaic shower floor & wall
“shower... stone shower floor” — Diana Housley
Seasons Garden Design LLC
View of Dragonfly Hollow garden towards pebble mosaic
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View of Dragonfly Hollow garden towards pebble mosaic
A very close view of the pebble mosaic shows the head of the dragon. The mosaic uses 5 different colors of pebbles: white (at claws only), Thai green, red and black beach, and buff pebbles..Photo and design: Vanessa Gardner Nagel
close view of the pebble mosaic shows the head of the dragon. The mosaic uses 5 different colors of pebbles: white (at claws only), Thai green, red and black beach, and buff pebbles..Photo and design: Vanessa Gardner Nagel
dragon. The mosaic uses 5 different colors of pebbles: white (at claws only), Thai green, red and black beach, and buff pebbles..Photo and design: Vanessa Gardner Nagell
you can use blue pebbles under bridge
“Walk collage.” — grayandrenee
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Persian Rug Mosaic Patio Photo by: Allan Mandell
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Persian Rug Mosaic Patio Photo by: Allan Mandell
Mosaic Patio Photo by: Allan Mandell
fab mosiac rug made from pebbles
gorgeous persian rug mosaic for the patio
"mosaic" rug made of pebbles. Wow!
the mosaic. doesn have to be the whole patio.
Mosaics work outdoors as well as indoors; on walls as well as floors. This patio design is made from pebbles, and no pile of rocks has ever looked this good.
“rug mosaic - like turkey” — schwartzamyg
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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Modern Country Lady
Patio floor
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A simple and interesting way to provide a patio with an interesting floor area is to make a pebble mosaic in concrete.
Another pebble mosaic, how about for the dining patio, instead of a raised deck?
A pebble "area rug" creates a pleasing rhythm all its own. It has a flowing sensation of water, adding a kinetic mood to this patio.
into larger mosaics someday. As simple as it is, it still makes a bold statement.
“Landscape (front?)” — smwander
Pearson Design Group
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Sourdough Home
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WOW! pebble mosaic rug in tile
Fun idea if concrete floor..."area rug" of pebbles
Pebble floor entrance
Great door and mosaic floor
mosaic floor...Pebble mosaic...mosaic "rug"...pebbles and tile...river pebbles
“interesting concept” — candicegg
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
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Love this pebble mosaic - a modern version of those huge Portugese plazas.
Pebble stone path with design and landscape
Great Mosaic path - natural materials
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors.
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors.Here the flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but also encourages to the eye to follow the path to the rear of the garden.
This Aboriginal-inspired garden path is all the more eye-catching because it switches from pebbles to timber halfway along. It leads from the rear of the home to the side gate.
“Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of” — kristinanneg
Brennan + Company Architects
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natural haven
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of pebble tile and stone mosaic.
Love the use of pebble tile! Beautiful space!
These rocks are sold in square sheets with a mesh background. This particular pebbles are
floor - love the stone pebble feature
edge the shower floor in the pebble and smaller tiles in the middle??
The pebbles surround are whimsical and classic.
tile edging, space, door, pebble floor
pebble border AND contrast color shelving with darker inset vs lighter outer.
featureEven a small space can be enhanced with the addition of pebbles. While a bathroom is the obvious choice for a playful use of pebbles, a mosaic border could also enliven an entrance hall or home office. Other ideas include making a pebble ‘frame’ around an island bench in the kitchen. Or take the idea
“pebble edge” — mbailey3957
Seasons Garden Design LLC
Dragon ouroboros pebble mosaic
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Here is a closer view of the pebble mosaic. Each stone is set into mortar. The pattern is a dragon coiling around in a circle and 'eating' its tail. It is a multi-cultural symbol with several meanings, one of which is 'the circle of time'. The central circle is planted in thyme. This won a Sunset Garden
created using 5 colors of pebbles, a dragon coils around
where do you get large quantities of pebbles?
Pebble mosaic- each stone set in mortar
Here's an intricate pebble mosaic path...
Decorative pathways. For centuries cobbles and pebbles have been used to create hard-wearing
love pebble work... so appreciate the time and effort to create.
Decorative pathways. For centuries cobbles and pebbles have been used to create hard-wearing paths. Stones in the past were laid on a clay or hoggin base, while today they are set on a hard core and secured with concrete.The simplest paths can be constructed using random-size cobbles, while more decorative
“This would be fun to create.” — plugger55
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