18,320 Wire Mesh Home Design Photos

Scott Haig, CKD
4 Reviews
The tiles are all light (select) travertine: the textured stone is from Daltile: Baja Cream (Split Face) T720, and comes on interlocking mesh sheets. The 12x12 polished is from a local Houston supplier (I used polished on the wall and matte on the floor). The glass tile band just above the
“Tile” — bethkowieski
Phillips Garden
Minnehaha Parkway
“landscaping and hardscaping” — lmw26
Blue Ridge Landscaping
5 Reviews
Woodland Retreat
works well for fire pits. The circular shape allows for seating completely around the fire pit and has an organic form. Circular outdoor spaces also mesh well with natural landscaping and can easily be juxtaposed with the more rigid form of a home.
“backyard....fire pit and tiered down” — Julie Voges
Hughes Umbanhowar Architects
1 Review
Huum Project Photos
I like the different types of wood in this kitchen and how it meshes with the leveled lighting.
“3 different Timbers working together” — William Khoo
Lang's Kitchen & Bath
10 Reviews
Space to Expand
We constructed during framing and covered with plywood for stability. We then applied cement board, mesh, and stone. Hope this helps. John
“Kitchen backdplash” — skytop14
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Traditional Home With Cottage Flair
A 1,500-square-foot basement takes up the downstairs, including a home theater with a custom built-in surrounding a large TV. Speakers hide behind mesh-front doors. Theater-inspired sconces line both sides of the room, and there's a snack area with a microwave and refrigerator. "We really enjoy watching
“Home theatre” — sgdcah51
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Nice varandah with mesh around.
“Ceiling” — janieface1
Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Remodel San Francisco
The backsplash is made of pebble tiles made by hand from the island of Timor, Indonesia. They are collected by hand and adhered to a mesh backing to create interlocking tiles. This specific tiles is Timor Tan. In San Francisco, you can purchase these stones from Ann Sacks. www.zenparadise.net is
“Bench under counter, counter extended over toilet” — yingiyangi
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