31,262 grab bar for tile Home Design Photos

John K. Anderson Design
12 Reviews
Napa Wine Country
Ideabooks15,189
Questions17
Love the floors! Can you tell me what brand/color tile was used?
Where did you get the tiles? What size and color? Beautiful design job
Mr. Anderson, can you tell me if this sort of grid pattern with stone/tile and wood is hard to execute? I have been told that it is difficult because
It is ceramic tile in various colors. The tile specs have been filed away and I don't have access but they
I used Larsen & Pratt tiles to replicate this backsplash.
open layout w high ceiling. tile. white countertop wraps up the
Flooring incoorating tile with the wood. Nice transition
“Flooring incoorating tile with the wood. Nice transition” — deletreby
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Anita Clark Design
11 Reviews
Swampscott Home
Ideabooks18,398
Questions18
Can you please tell me where bar stools are from? Thanks
What type and color is the tile on the backsplash?
Stove exhaust above stove Island with chairs/bar stools Different backsplash
using same tiles in differing patterns (traditional stacked + herringbone)
another boarder with same tile inside just different
Like pattern of subway tile over range
“different colored cabinets between base, wall and island” — Jale Ramsey
Jeffers Design Group
2 Reviews
Tailor Made
Ideabooks7,012
Questions16
Where is the tile backsplash from and what is it called
appreciate it in small doses. Just a hint of this peppery hue is enough to grab attention and make a room interesting.
the tile, so tiny, the colors match our counters
appreciate it in small doses. Just a hint of this peppery hue is enough to grab attention and make a room interesting.
“Willow Creek” — somersj
WoodWorks INC.
3 Reviews
LUXE Kitchen
Ideabooks5,055
Questions11
Where did you purchase the glass mosaic tile and trim?
The tiles are a glass mosaic tile. The are 5/8" X 5/8" glass and brushed aluminum. The trim at
We carry a few glass mosaic tiles in our 'Glimmer' collection that are similar to this called 'Cloud White" and "Mixed Cloud White" that will give you
at the top is a 1/2" X 5/8" brushed aluminium to match the accents in the tile.
with glass and fake one on top to hide duct work; tile around window
“floor with white kitchen” — covenorris
Harry Braswell Inc.
6 Reviews
Classic Kitchen
Ideabooks6,397
Questions9
Stove and possible hood. Like subway tile
space usuable in kitchen and bar stools on other side in sunken floor space
Windowed cabinets - subway tiles - counter with stools on different levels
Off white cabinets and subway tile...steps to living with bar...step down kitchen eating bar...Bar area for kitchen...step down bar stools/counter
“Stove and possible hood. Like subway tile” — sonyakw
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
2 Reviews
Minnesota Private Residence
Ideabooks3,688
Questions3
The tub appears to be made from the same tile as the wall back splash. Self made
vanity end of tub to provide a place for the grab bar/towel bar and on the vanity side a place for towel bar?
Tile 6
“Ceiling” — kfadams747
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Kitchens
Ideabooks6,139
Questions13
Live the tile over stove what is it?
pendants in nickel rather than bronze. not sure if i like them, but they keep grabbing my eye in photos
Backsplash for bar or stove...Lights for breakfast bar...lighting over breakfast bar
“Lighting” — aglynn
Georgina Godin
3 Reviews
Staples
Ideabooks1,422
Questions6
Nice! "Manhattan" stacked stone from Arizona Tile is similar (see my pix).
The backsplash Is custom cut calacatta marble from Saltillo tile.
bar area/shelf/cabinet...Glass tile on right side...tile color...tile on wall?...Tile backsplash...Bar and backsplash...Tiles on right hand wall...Bar ideas...Random marble rail tile
“Upper caninets” — jmc3929
Grab Bars & Handrails in Bathrooms... for Seniors or for All?
Bathroom trends continue to stay lavish but are from what we see moving more to boundary free shower areas. Though sure footing is really a matter of proper...
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