406,544 Satillo tile Home Design Photos

Lori Smyth Design
4 Reviews
Montecito Residence
Was the tile for this backsplash custom made? If not, does anyone know the manufacturer or where to buy it? Thx!
Where can I find this tile flooring?
hi I looked through the floor tile comments but didn't see manufacture
Could you please provide any additional information on the floor tile?
of the tile just in case it looks familiar to you. I will also check out the link you provided me. Thanks! http://www.houzz.com/photos/316751/Montecito-Residence-mediterranean-kitchen-santa-barbara
their tile. Without a close-up of it, I can't be certain that it's the same. Worth a shot to check it out though. http://www.houzz.com/pro/frednfisher/latin-accents-inc
Love the tile, love the backsplash by the stove
Satillo tile with black and white kitchen
“lights and contrast of white cabinets against saltillo tile” — sethteriann
Casa Solterra
1 Review
Santa Fe Country French Kitchen Remodel
backsplash tile? I love it
Hoe do you best decorate around saltillo tile?
Trying to decorate a home with lots of saltillo tile on floor. Not sure what style to use on it.
than the tile. Very nice.
hi what size are those satillos? they look larger than the 12 by 12. thank you
Saltillo tile. It is a beautiful cement product and this particular tile is a subtle blend of several different colors. Again, the brand is Artobrick. www.artobrick.com
tile on the floor + tiles above stove
Nice blend of white cabinet and stained island with the saltillo tile floor
large tile size good. backsplash to match nice tie-in. wood pieces w/modern mix nice blend
Saltillo tiles offer great patina and texture, and make great kitchen floors. They are available in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and can be sealed with a clear or tinted sealer to give the patina even more depth.
“saltillo” — acgogreen
Rachel Greathouse
30 Reviews
Front Room
Mexican Tile flooring cedar shake inter
I notice they are more uniform in color than traditional Satillo tiles in their natural pastel color tones. Did you stain them? Did you enhance them before sealing? We are looking to lay down Satillo too but want them darker & uniform like yours. Thanks!
Is this tile slippery when your feet are wet? Bare feet or wet shoes
Are all the Mexican type tiles slippery when walking with wet feet?
type of tiles. I will try to play around with the color of the wall. Hopefully will have great results like yours.
Love this style of tile. Thanks for posting the vendor!
Thank you so much you are very kind:)) I tend to stay with a little warmer shades for these tiles...I love Sea Salt and it's
“colors” — britt245
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Latin Accents, Inc.
1 Review
Latin Patios
deco tiles are from Latin Accents - the source should be shown on the photo credits on Houzz
The tiles have been installed now for 13 years in a overnight frosty winter climate, and every 2 years or so we have sealed them. They are still intact, but suffering because of the weather
"distressed" tiles and other materials, when if you just use the new it will eventually wear and patinate nicely.
Different decorative tiles alternating with plain tile insets
Patio Saltillo tile & talavera tile
Love this orange tile with blue
patio designed tile cobalt blue deco tiles Latin Accents
Colorful tiles mixed with terra cotta.
the cobalt tiles and the mexican traditional tile outside….
in this tile floor with blue inlay. Bright-color pots add to the overall feel, as do the vivid plants. Almost hidden in the surrounding foliage, a fountain adds the refreshring sound of splashing water.
“Pots” — isa358
Carter Kay Interiors
1 Review
Hallway to Dining Area
white walls w mexican tile, dark beams
combination of tile and table and chairs
love the terracotta tile / pattern on floors
morracan themed room, tiles, arches, materials
Salltillo tile white walls
Color scheme with the tile
tile for the entrance
Terra cotta tile floor
floor tile, beams and mantel
cool tile...octagonal tile...satillo shape...Saltillo tiles...floors tile...Tile mediteranian...tile floor...floor tiles !
“lights floor and paint” — jenrector
Studio 2G Architects
Fryer Kitchen
me what tile is used and an approx cost per sq ft?
tile on back side of island that matches whats in the range..
Kitchen tile, satillo, tile trim at bar elevation, cab at end of
Kitchen tile, satillo, tile trim at bar elevation, cab at end of island
Kitchen Tile: love the repeating tile around sink, that could be used elsewhere and coordinate
“Could we do this terra cotta flor and the white walls?” — chante628
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
terrazo/red tile floor throughout. Any advice? San Diego area stores?
How do tiles on a staircase not shift, or crack over time and wear?
How do tiles on a staircase not move,shift, or crack over time and wear?
find this tile floor? Please if you can send me the information to dudasovakristi@yahoo.com
I am putting tile floor in a California ranch type home
is not tile- it is a material called magnasite which was used 1920-1950 in spanish colonial and mediterranean revival style homes. It is a composite material which is poured like concrete then shaped and scored to look like tile or stone.
Did PaveTile also make the stair treads? Hard to tell if the
Awesome Spanish style tiles on this staircase
terra cotta tile on stairs and different pattern on ground floor
“spiral” — dolly2533
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
What is the name of this tile. We are redoing our master bathroom
talavera tiles for trim. Looks fantastic; I plan to use more. Will post a photo when whole bath is done.
Here is another example of the San Felipe shaped terra cotta tile used in our Riviera Pattern. It's used in combination with the fleur de lis saltillo. One of our most popular mexican tile patterns
Satillo tile floor with Moorish shape
Flooring. Tiled floors dominated the classic Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border tiles
“Spanish tile” — dekilburn
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