319,382 ceramic-tile Home Design Photos

Judy Cook Interiors, LLC
7 Reviews
Beach House Renovation
Ideabooks5,640
Questions7
What is the tile used for the backsplash?
Blue tile - white cabinetry - similar granite
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white sand. Try stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, blue-gray glass tiles and whitewashed woodwork.
“Granite. Glossy backsplash” — lkathrynwood
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white kitchen marble countertop, sub zero, wood countertop
Ideabooks23,441
Questions18
ceiling, who made the blacksplash tile and what color is it, and what color is the grout? Thanks
Would you please provide more information on the backsplash tile. It's a beautiful color and creates a lovely effect. Thank you.
I am the designer who consulted on the tile with my client and designed this kitchen. I did not purchase the tile for the client so I cannot add the resource
is the tile a natural material. what is it called. should i just make up the answer due to the impending not information?
Fireclay has a very similar tile with a crackle finish. I just used it in my kitchen. It is in the debris collection
Is the subway tile celeste blue marble?...what color grout is used with the tile?...Where did you get the backsplash tiles?...Sonoma Tile/ Absolut gloss ...
“Backsplash” — lpowers02
Sara Ingrassia Interiors
7 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks8,307
Questions10
What size are the tiles on the countertop?
Walker Zanger Italian handmade, I think the color is Oro. I think the field tile are 4x4 and the subway are 3x6. It's been a while and I can't remember exactly
pros and cons of tile. Grout type description
basics: Typically either ceramic or stone, tile is adhered in thinset mortar on a tile backer board and grouted into place.Stone tiles are made of the same
material's smaller size.Any ceramic tile that you might choose for your backsplash can be used for your countertop. Glazed tile is best for a nonporous surface
Cost: $10 to $50 per square foot installed for ceramic tile; $30 to $70 per square foot installed for stone tile.
“Tile and sign over stove” — thequiltgram
Norberry Tile
Arts and Crafts Kitchen
Ideabooks2,633
Questions7
The tiles on the edge of the counter, is it a different shape specially
What is the tile on the counter and backsplash?Thanks
We want to find a sink that works well with tile counters. What brand and model is this one?
specially for the edge? or was it cut from a whole piece? And how thick were the tiles? Thank you! :)
the top the counter. The tile are fairly thick measuring a nominal 1/2".
I only did the tile, but the pulls look like Rejuvenation Hardware.
Sorry, I don't know. We were just the tile designers and suppliers.
I was so getting ready to order this tile and then I read from their website, "The
The tile along the counter are called sink edge in this case, or v-cap. They are designed with a right angle so as to have purchase as it wraps over the
“Different patterns” — gdubois
Katy Repka Design
1 Review
Denville, NJ Main Bath Renovation
Ideabooks10,403
Questions8
is the floor marble or ceramic. can you tell me the brand?
black and white tile with bronze fixtures
Guest bath floor tile. Accent tile on shower wall
A step up from hexagonal ceramic tile, this basket-weave-patterned tile floor is crafted from Thassos (white) and Nero Marquina (black) marble. The pattern
6. A step up from hexagonal ceramic tile, this basket weave-patterned tile floor is crafted from Thassos (white) and Nero Marquina
black and white tile with beadboard
“Too busy?” — rustydog12
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks6,201
Questions2
I like the tile against the house...could match it to the accent tiles in the pool
putting tiles on the back does it save wood ?
TILE THAT LOOKS LIKE ADJACENT SHINGLE, GENIUS!
Heath Ceramics tiles on the master deck's outdoor shower — one of two outdoor showers on the property — complement the cedar shingles.
Heath Ceramics tiles on the master deck’s outdoor shower – one of two outdoor showers on
like the tile to match the siding.
“Love that siding............” — housesketcher
Ann Lowengart Interiors
30 Reviews
Tiburon Kitchen
Ideabooks958
Questions2
Lowengart used a high-gloss charcoal paint for the cabinets but chose ceramic tiles from Ann Sacks
Stools, tile work, cabinet colors and room layout
clean, simple kitchen with ann sacks tile, quartz countertops, pendants
Lowengart used a high-gloss charcoal paint for the cabinets but chose ceramic tiles from Ann Sacks in a honeycomb pattern for the backsplash to make the
extremes. Ann used a high-gloss charcoal paint for the cabinets but chose ceramic tiles from Ann Sacks in a honeycomb pattern for the backsplash to make the
shape of lights and tile shape...Ann Sacks tile in honeycomb pattern
“Egg picture” — midimix
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Modern Annex Renovation
Ideabooks1,010
Questions1
I see that it is from cercan tile but can you tell me the colour?name? Thank you!
Concrete tilePhoto: Andrew Snow © 2014 Houzz ceramic floor: Cercan Tile
ceramic tile that looks like cement in entry
Floor: Cercan Tile: Blend Stone Porcelain Tile Series
having been cut from the tile with the aid of a computer Light fixture: Mysterio, from Diesel with Foscarini; ceramic floor: Cercan Tile; door handles: Barcres
material palette used elsewhere on this level. Here concrete-inspired ceramic tile meets an exposed brick wall, which is original to the home. The air vent
ceramic tile that looks like cement
“foyer tile” — lkapuscinski
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