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Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Rustic Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks10,872
Questions4
subway tile, dark grout, calcutta oro island with soapstone counters. Photography: Photo Designs by Odessa
between two kitchen windows, than wood cabinets with glass doors. Thanks!
penny tile by Waterworks. Unless this color has been discontinued, it appears as though the "graphite" color is similar. http://www.waterworks.com/products/surfaces/ceramic/field-tile/mosaic/1970
penny tile with slight color variation and similar grout color
penny tiles are another option for backsplash. And I like
It is mosaic penny tile by Waterworks. Unless this color has been discontinued, it appears as though the "graphite" color is similar. http://www.waterworks.com/products/surfaces/ceramic/field-tile/mosaic/1970
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Loudon County Interior Designer
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Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
New Country French Cottage
Ideabooks14,963
Questions12
Two questions really..what are the colours of the doors, both light and dark?
Inglenook Tile, we create a handmade thin brick tile that will give you a similar look. Our standard thickness is 1/2 inch, and we have various sizes, textures and edges. They are fired to the same temperature as porcelain, and are vitrified -- extremely strong. If you are looking for something specific
As with tile, brick's modular nature lends itself to an infinite variety of patterns. Running bond (staggered), basket weave, herringbone and others are classics, but you can create a custom motif or a mosaic-style treatment. Brick also lends itself well to paint or epoxy, if you'd like a dramatically
earth tones. • Sturdiness. Remember the Three Little Pigs? There are good reasons brick has been a construction stalwart for centuries: It's tough to destroy, it doesn't rot. and it won't require painting or refinishing. Brick withstands extreme conditions and weathers heavy foot traffic with ease, and
“Cool outdoor floor indoors” — cdemoya811
Stephens Fine Homes Ltd
Executive Calgary Semi-detached
Ideabooks4,082
Questions4
Absolutely love the design character of the use of this grouping of tiles. Who was the manufacturer and name of design? Thank You.
what type of tile is this??? thnx
subway pattern on floor with regular tiles
The tiles are perfectly integrated throughout the
floor tile in the room is nice, color and shape
I like the tile flooring & tile work in shower.
I like the contrast of tile shapes
Grey beige color of the tile
Tile look for one of the smaller bathrooms.
nice tile work on shower and floor.
“Color of tile” — myinspirations
The Design Element
8 Reviews
Traditional Cape Cod
Ideabooks1,170
Questions11
green tones? Thanks for your help. It is so hard to tell from pictures!
they take two slabs of 2cm and mold them together. Your thoughts?
wood/white 2-toned cabinet look we are going for, plus it has such warm tones to it. I love the look of it.
Trim at top of cabinets to ceiling
Terra cotta white marble white counters and white tile
“Counter top Cambria Windermere 4cm” — amilldrum
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
6 Reviews
True Residence
Ideabooks6,289
Questions10
of the tile used on this backsplash?
Gray with light brown, wood floors and stone FP
Light oak cabinets with darker walls and tile
Grey walls light trim/cabinets
with oak trim...Dark wall, oak trim...Two toned cabinets...oak trim grey wall...coloring, tile...subway tile
“grey wall, back splash” — lotsgoinon
Brillo Home Improvements
3 Reviews
Wauwatosa Bathroom Remodel
Ideabooks1,506
Questions2
mosaic tiles for the shower base and statuario marble on counter top or milas leylak (milas lilac) it seems mixing different shape and color tones of tiles is easier and more common what is your professional idea of mixing and matching natural stones of same color but different tones , thanks
all the stone used looks like silver/blue travertine; or ? thank you
i really like the colors and combination, i am making a remodel and have just decided to use marble other then porcelain tiles and glass mosaic i will try to combine grigio carnico on shower walls with lighter less veined grey marble
All the stone used in this bathroom is Claros Silver from The Tile Shop. When stone is this varied in color and pattern from piece to piece I would suggest staying with one type of stone and changing the size of the tiles for your interest. Hope this helps!
“wall and glass” — Eva Reichard Propst
JCA ARCHITECTS
Ranch Remodel
Ideabooks66,056
Questions86
counters and tiled walls. Crystal chandeliers and sconces highlighting custom painted inset cabinets.
The tile makes the floor look like a centerpiece. I would like to try to do this in my masterbath remoldel.
You have been so courteous and kind sharing all of your hard work on this bathroom, but I have one more question to ask of you. All of the trim, i.e., crown molding, door facings, etc., what color did you use? I just love everything about this bathroom, just everything...
surrounded by trim that matches the cabinets. I have a sloped ceiling and plan to use 3, 4" gimbal ring recessed cans to augment lighting. What type of light should be used and how far from the mirror should they be? I'm worried about having enough light because I am accustomed to the 400 watts of Hollywood
“cajoneras” — shelukis
Heather Garrett Design
1 Review
Beyond Mid-Century by Heather Garrett Design
Ideabooks5,447
Questions12
Wanting tile in the rooms that match the dark color cabinets that I have. Other tile is dark as well. Any ideas?
mouille two arm wall lamp at USD685 Best designer lighting on http://www.hansenc.com/
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very nice and contemporary trim popping out white on the dark grey walls
.need stone seat cushions, though & coffee table as side tables!!
gray “stone” seat cushions and wacky three-armed floor lamp. Beam me up, Scotty!More: So Your Style Is: Midcentury Modern
“decor” — Pete Gomez
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