564 brick field stone border Bath Design Photos

Ranch Remodel
The border is a preset design from Waterworks (Olivia Petit Border). We customized the color with two materials; Calcutta marble and Roman Blue marble. The outer field tile is 16"x16" straight set Calcutta and the inset field tile is 12"x12" brick set Calcutta. We used the same Waterworks border detail
The border is a preset design from Waterworks (Olivia Petit Border). We customized the color out of Calcutta marble and Roman Blue marble. The outer field tile is 16"x16" Calcutta and the inset field tile is 12"x12" Calcutta. We used the same border detail in the shower.
The large floor tiles came from a local manufacturer (All Natural Stone is San Jose, CA). I am sure just about any quality stone supplier would have them. The border (Petit Olivia Border) is from Waterworks. While not as slick as polished, I do think honed is still slippery when
“master” — misbath
Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
4 Reviews
Stacked Stone can be used in a variety of applications. Here it is used as a backsplash behind the vanity in the master bath, Noric Construction, Tucson, AZ
How did you mount the mirrors to the stone?
It is very Posh! Could you give me the info on the stacked stone? Man
What kimd of stone os this?
Can stacked stone, such as the Golden Gate Split Stone, be used in a shower?
How are the mirrors attached to the stacked stone
What is the manufacturer of the stacked stone on the back wall?
I believe you stated that the color was "garden Stone." Thanks you
So if you don't grout the stacked stone, what do you use to stick it to the walls? I hate grouting/spacing
and you can find various colors to somewhat mimic the look of the stacked stone. Glass mosaic can also be used in a shower as an accent to add some interest to a more neutral field tile.
“Master bath” — dgomach
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
natural haven
what is the field tile here?
The field on the wall is Asia Tile by eCoverings. The field on the floor is a standard "bianco" limestone.
Stone strip in front of sinks
stone border inlay? don't think any of the bathrooms are wide enough to make that work
Like the strip of stones by the vanity for our master
pebble borders and accents with tie
Like the pebbly border with the tile look in the center
“pebble accents” — mikeam57
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
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Altera Design & Remodeling, Inc.
3 Reviews
Alhambra Valley Residence
The color that was selected with the designer was Alabaster in the Hydroment brand. Occasionally the color get changed in the field with our tile installer and the designer is not always notified. Just a heads up to get samples and double check things before you grout. :)
calm colors. nice stones on floor accents
i like this wall with the border in these stones. maybe do the front of the tub in the pebbles
sometimes pebble tiles work best as a border...
rock border or use marble m
“Greg's dream plumbing” — jrk2009
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
What is the name of the field tile?
Thanks Habitat Stone, good to have a local source. I will be keeping you in mind for future projects.
Very cool. Like the no grout in the splitface wall! Let me know if you need anything like that in Jerusalem Stone. We stock it here in the Rice Village area.
The tiles are all light (select) travertine: the textured stone is from Daltile: Baja Cream (Split Face) T720, and comes on interlocking mesh sheets. The 12x12 polished is from a local Houston supplier (I used polished
The floor and wall tiles are a select crema travertine; the floor is a honed finish and the walls are polished. The rough stone behind the mirrors is a split-faced travertine from Daltile.
“sink counter idead, openese” — kaycee1109
Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
10 Reviews
Kopachuck Residence
Pebble tile borders on the floor are the perfect touch! http://www.houzz.com/photos/6906673/Bali-Ocean-Pebble-Tile-Border-modern-tile-other-metro
It was quite buried. The stone is Cronin's
The stacked stone is not suitable in a true wet location. In the shower areas, we used a white quartz tile that has very low maintenance requirements
the brick in the bathroom is really nice
love how the floor is bordered with the pebble tiles
stone style walls and pebble floor trim
“flooring” — adamw20
On Site Management, Inc.
1 Review
Rustic Redux
What kind of stone is on the wall?
I'm renovating a house that has 8-inch thick brick walls (structural), and would
Are these moss rocks thin stone veneer or full thickness? Where would I order them from living on the east coast?
incorporating some raw stone in lower level bath with barn board floors? IN shower?
Is the Montana field stone the name of the m
This wall has typical 2" x 6" framing and insulation behind interior stone veneer. One of our PMs think adding any insulation to an existing brick wall will change the look either inside or out. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact
of the clean lines with the rusticity of the stone.
Thank you for your question. This is full thickness stone which requires a structural ledge. This material
“wood floors.... bright paint” — christianrawalt
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Master Bathroom
Calcutta Gold marble and I'm having trouble remembering the name or finding the order for the darker tile at the moment but it is from Materials Marketing Stone & Tile...their website is also down right now so can't look it up
Inspired, even the ceiling is tile! Contrast colors show the beauty of the bathroom. This bathroom is delighted by borders and ceiling tiles.
mixing sizes of same field tile
different sizes of same field tile - consider for kitchen backsplash
A double band of dark pencil liner sandwiches a white marble mosaic border.
Tip: Mix sizes of the same field tile. Here the floor is a 4"x4", the bottom wall section is a 6"x12" and the upper wall field tile is a 3"x6", plus the mosaic border.
“darker grey tile with light grey tile...good contrast” — missyd777
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