33,967 chrome schluter Home Design Photos

Interior Solutions Design Group Inc.
27 Reviews
Chartwell, West Vancouver, Renovation
Ideabooks11
Questions0
chrome Schluter trim on tile
chrome faucet...chrome towel ring
“floating shelves” — Jackie Hajj
Interior Solutions Design Group Inc.
27 Reviews
Chartwell, West Vancouver, Renovation
Ideabooks16
Questions1
chrome Schluter trim on tile
chrome faucet...chrome towel ring
“Faucet” — brookieryser
Seven In Design
6 Reviews
Modern Urban Bathroom
Ideabooks4
Questions0
chrome schluter
“Glass Idea” — Patrick Drumm
Prominent Homes Ltd
1 Review
The Westley
Ideabooks4,756
Questions4
schluter edge
Schluter edge trim...Schluter strips...Schluter trim...schluter everywhere...Schluter strip
“tile edge” — sx2build
Angelica Henry Design
20 Reviews
Tiled bath
Ideabooks13,717
Questions10
the chrome strips also come with adhesive backing at auto parts stores that some people have used.
Hello i am Valentina the designer at Stonemar, the inlay is not mirror but it is a chrome liner that comes in a8' length and different thicknesses, it is also in aluminum. we do sell both the tiles
Reflective Chrome Liner Bars inset into Field Tile
strips of chrome or mirror on wall
“love it” — lkavita
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks3,750
Questions6
Hello sklaz, no it is a piece of aluminum. The manufacturer is Schluter and the model is the Jolly 3/8".
Corner piece - Is that outside corner a piece of tile? Hello sklaz, no it is a piece of aluminum. The manufacturer is Schluter and the model is the Jolly 3/8".
schluter edge...Schluter edge trim
“good desing” — suzannewei
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
natural haven
Ideabooks2,694
Questions4
The edging is from Schluter (schluter.com) - they have many profiles to choose from to work in tile edge applications.
Schluter edging
“pebble edge” — mbailey3957
SunSwallow Design, LLC
8 Reviews
Englewood Residence
Ideabooks646
Questions1
I agree. I have seen the Schluter edge use to great effect many times - what I have seen that typically looks cheap is using the Schluter edge next to cheap tiles!
Maybe an accent wall behind the toilet. So maybe the brushed metal Schluter would be a good choice so as not to have mismatched whites together? The fixtures are brushed nickle- Moen Voss. I understand some folks are very anti-Schluter - think it looks cheap. I tend to think it depends on which type you
“nice tile” — JMS Designs of Interiors, LLC
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