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To answer your question, it would be important to consider the context of the room; (cabinetry, wall material/color, etc.) You should get some samples of materials, in order to see how they work together (preferably within the room), and experiment. Good luck!
paint is a Benjamin Moore paint. November Rain is the color, however it does look different depending on the space, lighting, etc. Best to try a sample before purchasing.
Benjamin Moore November Rain. Just remember to get samples first, as paint colors take on different characteristics depending on the room size, shape, amount of light, etc.
It's a Benjamin Moore product, 'rockport grey' HC-105. You should always try some samples before painting as colors tend to look different in alternate settings. Good luck!
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
true color which can vary tremendously from what you see online or in a photograph. The way I do it is to collect all my samples, for example in this bathroom I put together samples of the floor tiles, the cabinets, the countertops, faucets, and the paint colors to see how it would look together. Only
n and etching. I love the vanity tops, but the shower floor I wouldn't do again. I'd considered using it in the kitchen, but after subjecting a sample of honed Danby marble to red wine, lemon juice, tomatoes, and coffee, I realized that it's just too much upkeep to keep from being stained. For a
Nancy, is that a sample plank of your wood flooring choice on the right? If yes, do you mind sharing it's details? I love your choices too!
vanity and mirror are custom made for the space with a 12 step dark stain process that allows the depth of the grain to show through. It took about 10 sample runs to get the finish just right, not too red and not too dark. We built the massive mirror to "float" off the wall so that it would visually lighten
Carrera Marble flooring. Pretty common stuff, make sure you have see a sample of the tile with your grout color. I prefer using a white that leans towards gray, however some off whites lean towards yellow. It's always best to do a sample.
Gray especially can lean toward lavender depending on what's in the room, but more importantly the natural light. I would definitely recommend buying samples of different colors and trying them out before you commit.
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Blake Shaw Homes, Inc
you a few samples for comparison. Please contact us if we can help you get the right tile for your project. http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466613/Smoke-Gray-Glass-Subway-Tile-3--x-6--modern-tile-other-metro
This looks similar to our 'Smoke' grey glass tile. If you would like a few samples for comparison
This looks similar to our champagne color. Let us know if we can help by getting any samples for comparison. http://www.houzz.com/photos/2654167/Champagne-3--x-6--Glass-Subway-Tile-modern-kitchen-tile-other-metro
These look like our 'champagne' glass tiles. Please contact us if you would like a few samples. We would love to work with you on your next project. http://www.houzz.com/photos/2654167/Champagne-3--x-6--Glass-Subway-Tile-modern-kitchen-til
Kathryn Long, ASID
This might be "Delorean Grey". I think you will find it easy to select a grey when you put your tile sample next to grout samples at your local tile showroom. Or possibly your installer has grout samples. Good luck! Kathryn
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Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Master Bath
but I'd recommend purchasing a grout sample kit to check in person. Colors on websites don't always read very well. Hope this helps and best of luck with your project.
This is a tough one and I think the best way to answer it is with lots and lots of samples. We were recently working on a project
The tile is from the Stone Source Glacier line. We used an off-white but I'd suggest getting a bunch of samples in both clear and satin to look at in person. The colors vary quite a bit on websites. One thng to consider with glass tiles is that they can crack
Stone Source Glacier Tile line. We used an off-white but I'd suggest getting a bunch of samples in both clear and satin to look at in person. The colors vary quite a bit on websites. One thng to consider with glass tiles is that they can crack
SM Master Bath
sliced pebble tile for those who like a flat surface. I would suggest you get a sample of both to walk on to see how you like the feel beneath your feet. Let us know if we can help you with picking out the right tile or samples. http://www.pebbletileshop.com/
Many people love the feel of pebble tile beneath their feet but I would suggest you get a sample of sliced pebble tile as well because they give you the same look with a flat walking surface. Please let us know if we can help with getting the right
We carry similar pebble tiles as these. Please feel free to contact us if you would like help picking out the right tile or getting a few samples. http://www.pebbletileshop.com/
tile in Houston, Tx. ? Getting ready to begin a project for my master bathroom and would love to use this mosaic tile. THANK YOU! Can you send me a sample?
Gale.. Yes its very similar to Opal Glass. Yes we can send samples. Just email your info to firstname.lastname@example.org
cyrus, what color do you consider this on your website? i'm assuming a glass opal- beige or silk? do you send samples?
I think this is available through Daltile. It is in the City Lights series and this color is probably Paris. I know because I have these samples and they are all so beautiful that it is difficult to pick.