119,464 natural stone tile Home Design Photos

Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
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bathroom featuring heated floors, numerous skylights, & floor to ceiling slate tile creates a peaceful refuge. Wall hung cabinets & adjoining open (no walls)
Casa Blanca Tile (Harrison NY) can provide a variety of natural slate in various sizes, Cleft, Tumbled
Please tell me the name of the wall tile and floor tile. Thank you
what size is the slate wall tile you used?
What brand , size and color is the floor tile
What is the brand and color of the slate tiles used for this bathroom wall?
we entered in natural stone market in 2009 as a trader of onyx blocks. The company first order of
Beautiful! The quartz floor tile is the perfect touch! ...
Hi Jill, the floor tile is a quartz tile called Sahara Sand, the wall tile is late called Golden
Where can I purchase the wall tile
“Design” — kaybrian
Mitchell Construction Group
17 Reviews
Master Bath Remodel
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This is absolutely beautiful. You did a fabulous job! What kind of tile is this?
will make sure he doesn't place like tiles by each other. There are many companies that will make porcelain tiles to look like travertine and do a great
store, ask for porcelain tiles that have the look of travertine.
Im not sure I know the answer to that questions, however to tile and grout a shower like
This tile has the look of a dark travertine. However, if you look closely at the color variation there are some minor "repeats" of pattern. A good tile
What is the color of the tile & where can I find it?
Master bath shower but left wall glass instead of tile
bathroom tiles (natural stone) in showers for the COF(coefficient of friction) non-slippery..Nice to have outside window into shower factor
name of this tile? And is it marble?
“Tile pattern” — 2bostons
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: George & Jean: Almonte, ON
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Questions2
overall heating bill will drop, Ortega says. Ceramic, porcelain and natural stone tiles retain heat for a long time, resulting in warmth well after the system
overall heating bill will drop, Ortega says. Ceramic, porcelain and natural stone tiles retain heat for a long time, resulting in warmth well after the system
large bathtub in their new home. It's now set against glossy black ceramic tiles and joins heated floors. The couple saved money by purchasing all their fixtures
le colored LED lights inside a wall-mounted vanity from Home Depot.Wall tiles: Delfos Grafito
“Tub” — Jodi Caudle
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Pretzel Factory
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tessera. Common materials include ceramic tile, glass tile, natural stone tile, stones themselves, semiprecious stones, beads, mirror, shells and china.
mosaic materials are called tesserae. ceramic tile, glass tile, natural stone tile, stones, beads mirror, shells and china
tessera. Common materials include ceramic tile, glass tile, natural stone tile, stones themselves, semiprecious stones, beads, mirror, shells and china. Direct
direct method involves sticking the tile (or other material) onto a base that’s been covered with a layer of cement-based tile adhesive. If you’re familiar with
“tile” — jacqulininnis
Case Remodeling
12 Reviews
Ballantyne Country Club Drive
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Shower enclosure and used "porcelain tiles" -- cheaper
photograph of natural stone tile printed on porcelain.”You’ll have the option of doing more interesting borders and accent tiles, and you can tile the entire
porcelain is nearly indestructible,” says Little. Porcelain tiles are designed to mimic natural stone, and the untrained eye can’t tell the difference. “Sometimes
bronze inside, which will last considerably longer than off-the-shelf units.Tile: At this level porcelain will be your new best friend. It’s more durable
bathtub area. Walls: You can get a bit more creative with materials and do tile walls or real beadboard for a custom look.
“Like the whole setup of shower” — mf6759
Case Remodeling
12 Reviews
Uptown Condo
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Questions2
stained cabinets on top and bottom with lighter colored granet boarder on floor with stone
decorative accent pieces.Tile: Natural marble, limestone or granite, all of which are more labor intensive and difficult to cut. Natural stone requires more maintenance
The cost was around $75,000, and it features radiant floor heating, natural stone tiles, a custom-built vanity and polished-nickel fixtures.
maintenance, but every single tile has its own unique character.Plumbing: High-end finishes and parts.Amenities: Steam showers and radiant floor heating
like there is a rug but it's tile...Love cherry wood and light stone....Wall of tile with inset glass
“Vanity” — justy529
Décoration et provence
Original Bathroom
Ideabooks2,699
Questions4
radiant heated systems are best covered by ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tiles, which are excellent temperature conductors. Wood doesn't respond
heated flooring? then can create a carpet with tile,
radiant heated systems are best covered by ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tiles, which are excellent temperature conductors. Wood doesn't respond
“L'échelle” — veromicho
Henarise Pty Ltd
11 Reviews
Newtown House
Ideabooks1,562
Questions5
timber steps up for a thorough clean of the tile below when required.
The stones are loose and it's tiled underneath.
There are regular tiles beneath the pebbles with fall towards the shower. You need plenty of extra depth in the bathroom floor
the shower and sink areas. Very natural and nonconstricting.
Wall tiles nice. A consideration for the shower
home? Here, a designer used natural stone wall tiles, a timber wall-mounted vanity and matching mirror frame and stepping stones to create a space that’s
home? Here, a designer used natural stone wall tiles, a timber wall-mounted vanity and matching mirror frame and stepping stones to create a space that’s
resorts in Bali or the Maldives. The combination of natural elements – pebbles underfoot, stone tiles and warm wood – all combine to create a tranquil, tropical
“Lighter color tile option” — Karen Giotis
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