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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
23 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks9,404
Questions6
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
different shaped spanish floor tile and stained glass window
Saltillo tile bathroom floors/decorative window for color
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
“Love the stained glass window to bring light in and obscure the building next door.” — pascale1959
Linda Yowell Architects
Italianate Townhouse
Ideabooks20,961
Questions28
WHERE IS FLOOR TILES FROM & SERIES? COLOR?
TRYING TO COPY THIS LOOK, IS THIS GLASS TILES? OR CAN WE USE PORCELAN TILES TO SAVE MONEY
what color of tiles are these and the brand?
what color is the tiles on the wall?
Love the tile can you tell me where it's from?
the wall tile from? it is very nice.
with your tile project. Feel free to contact us with any questions. I would get "Ocean" and "Smoke" http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466653/Ocean-Glass-Subway-Tile-3--x-6--modern-kitchen-tile-other-metro http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466613/Smoke-Gray-Glass-Subway-Tile-3--x-6--modern-kitchen-tile-other-metro
What brand is the subway tile? Is the color dark tan or grey?
these tiles at Arizona Tile from my rep Chad Raymond. http://www.arizonatile.com/H-LINE-SERIES-P977.aspxmment
“Gorgeous, simple, elegant! Love gray subway tiles! Love the older tub style. What color is the tile?” — camellas
knowles ps
4 Reviews
Madison Park Residence
Ideabooks2,784
Questions4
upper tile but dark grey cabinetd
White hex tile & white grout
Different tile sizes in shower. Octagon floor.
master shower tile with backsplash
Floor tile: matte porcelain hex mosaic, Ann Sacks; border tile: honed Calacatta marble; sconces: Carlton, Brass Light Gallery; wall paint: Collingwood, Benjamin Moore
the tiles...Tile for guest bath...Tiles on the floor...shower tile....penny tile floor...gray tile...Tile Color
“Maybe this design” — sueschultz1696
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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3 Fold Design Studio
4 Reviews
Wimbereley Retreat
Ideabooks4,933
Questions7
limestone border tiles.
“Modern but comfy” — hdwest
Clay Squared to Infinity
11 Reviews
Classic Subway Tile Bathtub Surround
Ideabooks32,805
Questions26
to the tile. Their color is the same on the face of the tile as it is on the back resulting in very durable tiles that do not show the effects of heavy traffic. The most common unglazed tiles are the red quarry tiles or the granite looking porcelain ceramic tiles used in heavy commercial areas. Historic
original tiles made from 1890 - 1930's. Subway Ceramic floor tiles are made of the highest quality unglazed porcelain and carefully arranged on a fiber mesh as one square foot sheets. A complimentary black hex is also in stock in both sizes and available by the sheet for creating borders and accent designs
vintage tile is 3/8" thick, with a flat surface and square edges. The Subway Ceramics collection of traditional subway tile, moldings and accessories.
“sick master bath” — markandchantawilkinson
Viscusi Elson Interior Design - Gina Viscusi Elson
Breakers Beach House
Ideabooks6,368
Questions12
how to tile around our vanity.
Here is a link to our vanity. My question is, how would you run the tile band? We are using a glass tile trim similar to your blue accent. Our problem comes from the fact that the back and sides of the top are different heights. The vanity will be corner set to the left
Yes, please post name/type/manufacturer of tile
It looks like a green limestone, sometimes called Sea Grass...I think the tile in the shower is the same material.
glass tiles 4" high through the middle. I want to use that accent tile to create a bit of a back splash around the vanity. I'm not sure how to do it because the sides of the top are lower than the back. Here is a pic of what I think I like. Think it can be done even with differing heights on the sink
“showing that you can use earth tones with a blue and white bathroom” — pianomom
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
natural haven
Ideabooks2,439
Questions4
What tile did you use on the floor? Thank you
floor tile is Jerusalem Bone limestone.
Visit www.zenpardise.net for a large selection of pebble tile and stone mosaic.
Love the use of pebble tile! Beautiful space!
The edging is from Schluter (schluter.com) - they have many profiles to choose from to work in tile edge applications.
Tile floor in bath bordered with pebbles
I don't really like the pebbles around the entire space, it compartmentalizes the tile.
Love the use of riverstone as a border
I like this design of using the river rock, tile, and wood.
is this possible for my tile idea
“a” — ziaullahshah
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
4 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks4,759
Questions4
where to purchase the gold border tile?
Could you please tell me where I could purchase the beautiful mosiac tile wallpaper border?
with the tile. Because you can get stone and composites in 8'-10' lengths, its very easy to do in single pieces.
HI, could you tell me where the mosiac tile is from? thanks.
White tile with horizontal circle mosaics
Use expensive tile in strips to accent with cheaper ceramic tile as main filler
Match accent tile and floor of shower
another nice accent: strip of color tiles that match bathroom floor
Kids bath...fun penny tile in a great pop of color
“tile” — 5girlsrgood
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