243,110 Spanish tile design Home Design Photos

Norman Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Spanish Coastal
Ideabooks884
Questions0
love the tile in this stairiìiujùý
Love the talavera. mimics the tile we put on the porch skirting inside. too taste specific for resale?
good design but minus the tile on stairs
Don't like the style of tiles, but like the idea
Tile on stairs and railing
Love the Spanish tile
Ombré or tiled staircase
Moroccan/Spanish style stairs
steps and stairway design
Special stair design
Norman Design Group, Inc.
stair tiles...Spanish stairs...Tiles on stairs...Tiles on risers....Mosaic tiles....Stairs tiles...Stait tiled...Spanish Coastal...staircase tile...bright tile...Colorful Tile
“I would change the patterned but I live the tile trimmings on the steps” — tricev
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks9,329
Questions8
Two favorites same designer. Our house is similar. What paint color and brand?
Can you give specific information on floor tile used thank you
Where can I purchase the floor tile
where can i gind that color tile??
the builder used tile on the treads and fronts, hope this helps, Dayna
ilapislazuli.com makes custom tiles to be used such as these
Love the tile color and design
handrailing. iron. tile on the risers
Love the tile on the stairs
“steps” — ayshamerry
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks7,043
Questions10
accept customized designs and sizes. We also have a lot of our own designs.Pls contact me in susan@sz-maxcom.cn or visit our website www.sz-maxcom.cn.
not sure the architect or interior designer.
There was not a domestic source, so we had them sourced out of Mexico. The top and bottom piece are just plain saltillo tiles and the round middle section is a terra cotta type brick selected to match.
I am not sure I really understand your question? It might be best to direct it to an interior designer if it pertains to interior spaces. We are landscape architects.
White spanish with blue windows and Brown front door
outside patio next to spanish arched entry
love the tile and brick mix
blue, cream and dark wood door color palette overall as well as tile, pottery and garden
“Brick tile” — jakeich
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks7,407
Questions18
Love them, I'm a new designer trying to find some lines I like Thanks in advance
lov ethe tile under the table, what is the name and where can i get it?
What kind of tile is used?
The tile is from Tile of Luxury. The floor was a custom design the tile type however, was terracotta sealed. Hope this helped!
tile floor and arch dark windows/double doors
The Spanish influences can be seen on the dining chairs and arched window/doorway. Yet, at first glance, what captured my attention were the ceiling decorations and chandeliers.
Tile and dark wood. Also ceiling
If I had to change from concrete to tile, something like this might work.
Stencil a CeilingSelect the appropriate design. When selecting a stencil to use, consider the “repeat” of the pattern. Depending on the height of your ceiling, a small pattern or repeat stencil may appear busy or even disappear when viewed from afar. A design with a 6-inch pattern or larger is ideal
“dining ceiling” — peehere
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Entry Foyer
Ideabooks6,851
Questions6
of the tile? Is it cement tile? Thanks for your time.
Where is this tile from and
Who was the designer on this project? Thanks!
Luminoso Design, Thank you for your inquiry. All of our Renaissance solid bronze windows & doors come with triple seal glass and double weatherstripping, although we do not currently offer a thermally broken unit. With the narrow
hate the tile love the windows and door
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects. Hand-painted terra-cotta tile. Mediterranean 13, paprika, charcoal, & gray on off white.
The rectilinear iron panes offset this true-arch, split-entry door, which evokes a Spanish Revival feel. I especially appreciate how the window in the background, on the same axis, mimics the arch and creates a view to what's beyond. In this case, the doors are the star of the show. Walls are painted
“Love the doors and ceiling.” — kellybradley2
RAFAEL DAVILA
Custom kitchens
Ideabooks4,939
Questions5
Decorative Tile -- where can i find them?
I ordered mexican tile directly from mexico for a very good price. Just google mexican tile.
awesome color pretty tiles, love it
Light tile counter with accented backsplash of talavera tile.
combination of white counter tile and colored tile backsplash
I like the Mexican tiles mixed with
Maybe the small tiles could all be different like an art show
Blue Cabinets with Mediterranean tile and black appliances
don't draw attention to themselves, black appliances would be just the thing to let the rich sapphire-hued cabinetry shine. The colorful backsplash tiles effortlessly pull all the kitchen colors together.
“Love the blue cabinets for the kitchen. Hadn't thought of revamping the horrid cabinets....” — Joy Hobbs
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Buffalo Valley Residence
Ideabooks7,085
Questions6
New spanish-hacienda style residence in La Honda, California. © Bernardo Grijalva Photography
sandy finish strip of colourful tiles wood
Clean, modern Spanish colonial look. Love the cabinetry, color of the wood, and stenciling along the top wall.
not so dark great with tile.
Stucco look and tile along top
“Cabinet doors” — tullrich
Loudoun County Design Build Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
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Bridgford Construction Inc.
8 Reviews
Willow Glen
Ideabooks1,702
Questions7
What is the name of the tile and the source?
The floor tile is a Saltillo clay tile, hand made. This particular tile was sourced through Stonelight tile out of San Jose, Ca.
Backsplash counters with dark gray tile on floor?
Subway tile layout & clay floor
I like the different small square designs. Would look great with big white tiles.
larger tiles and thin tiles below subway
“Flooring Backsplash” — kimberlythorp
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