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Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Kitchen
Ideabooks14,183
Questions9
Cementi by Mirage floor tiles
What kind of tiles are used? LOVE
What are the dimensions of this tile?
Large-format tiles are another great flooring option. There are tiles as large as 24 inches by 48 inches. Glazed tiles are impervious to kitchen spills, and the
Ziger/Snead ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Large-format tiles are another great flooring option. There are tiles as large as 24 inches by 48 inches. Glazed tiles are impervious to kitchen spills,
Large-format tiles are another great flooring option. There are tiles as large as 24 inches by 48 inches. Glazed tiles are impervious to kitchen spills, and the minimal amount of grout lines keeps scrubbing to a minimum
large as 24 inches by 48 inches. Glazed tiles are impervious to kitchen spills, and the minimal amount of grout lines keeps scrubbing to a minimum. Just as on your countertops, epoxy grout is a better choice here than traditional grout.
“Tile floor” — mollyducker
Sara Ingrassia Interiors
7 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,601
Questions10
What size are the tiles on the countertop?
They are 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. I think Walker Zanger might still cary the line, at the time it was
tile counters, lighting, cabinetry )but not the pulls)
countertop bullnose tiles are interesting. One or two tiles?
pros and cons of tile. Grout type description
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.
“Cabinet hardware” — jlaloi611
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks11,001
Questions11
What is the name and color of the tile - if anyone knows. I love this color scheme.
Love the colors or this tile! Can you tell me the brand?
This is slate - look at DalTile or Artistic Tile...it's gorgeous and inviting!
Thank you for your interest. This is Amtico flooring, a luxury vinyl tile, which comes in many colors and patterns.
If we were to go with tile I like this color and pattern.
Porcelain tile lets you get the stone look without having to worry about applying sealer. (It is still a good idea to seal the grout, though, to prevent staining.) This glazed tile has shade variation designed to look like travertine. A subtle pattern is created with 18"x18" and 2"x2" accent tiles.
“backsplash” — judithannarnold
Becker Architects Limited
20 Reviews
wilmette split level adds penthouse
Ideabooks7,707
Questions9
What tile was used on shower walls please?
I believe they were were 12 x 12 panels with mosaic image embedded in the tile, gives the effect of a smooth mosaic field.
I'm in love with the tile on the shower and surround and walls. What is it and is it seamless as it appears from a
floor. The shower pan itself is dropped about 6" below the tiled floor.
place of tile. Or it could cover tile, which is my preference, because I find it easier to clean. I also like the idea of creating a simpler element inspired by this design: a wooden bath mat. Wood is easy to seal and clean with basic household detergents, and it's much less slippery than glazed tile. See
“shower glass” — Nina Munyai
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
kitchen overall
Ideabooks936
Questions2
What is the manufacturer and name of these tile floors? Love the color and shape!
This site have something similar 12x24 porcelain tile: http://tiledaily.com/2011/12/09/quartz-vein-porcelain-tile-dark-series/
tile and countertop--daltile vibe series gray, and caesarstone concrete
White kitchen, grey tile, grey counter
The remodeled kitchen replaces the old kitchen and a bathroom. Custom wood cabinetry, Caesarstone concrete countertops, a snowy glazed tile backsplash and flushed stainless steel appliances help keep things simple and sleek.
“colours, floor colour” — emmageelan1
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks10,454
Questions11
classic architecture."I like things that have reflection," Urrutia says. "There are a lot of mirrors, chrome, velvet, lacquered surfaces, a lot of glazed tiles in the house — there's a lot of life in reflection. But too much is a little too glamorous."
“Natural colors create a comfortable setting in this living room.” — Medford Remodeling
DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation
10 Reviews
Calm, Cool, Collected Bath
Ideabooks2,391
Questions4
What are the wall tiles please?
The wall tiles look to have varying coloration. Can you tell me who makes them please?
Hi there, the flooring is a natural limestone. Color is called "Aster" and it has been honed with a sealer. We source locally from TileXDesign. Good luck with your project!
like this subway tile ? a bit of color ? beige / gray family of colors ?
tile: Encore tile, color is silver with natural glaze variations (hand glazed)” “This is an Encore tile, color is silver with natural glaze variations (hand glazed
tile encore tile with silver natural glaze
tile: Encore tile, color is silver with natural glaze variations (hand glazed)
“Sinks” — Jermaine White
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
Stone Cottage
Ideabooks1,119
Questions1
What tile was used? Beautiful design throughout. Thank you.
The wall tile is "Idris" from Ann Sacks, in color "White". The floor tile is a custom color blend of Oceanside matte glass mosaic tile.
love the moroccan glazed tile on wall by Ann Sachs
Wall tile: Ann Sacks; floor tile: Oceanside Glasstile
Glazed Moroccan tile adorns the walls of
Glazed Moroccan tile adorns the walls of the shower, which has an integrated bench. The floors are glass tile.
i like the wall tile for shower
Idris wall tile from Ann Sacks
floor tiles and different wall tiles
Ann Sacks Idris White Glazed Terra Cotta Tiles
floors are glass tile. Wall tile: Ann Sacks; floor tile: Oceanside Glasstile
Shower design, tile and glass door.
“Color and tilework” — Sharon Sipos
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