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96 octagonal table Bath Design Photos
octagonal tile and bead board and solid surround
Octagon with black dot. Guest bath.
floor tile - octagon black and white Daltile
Beadboard with octagon floor tile.
Octagon and dot floors
black and white octagonal
small octagonal tiles for kids bath... perfect!
Love this table in the rr
Small French painted table for bath accessories
Retro chic, worn table, vintage cosmetics
antique painted French side table works great in a bathroom to hold toiletries and hand towels. Again, an end table doesn’t always have to be used as one. Thinking outside the box opens up many creative possibilities: a tea table, a drinks table, a dressing table or a card table.Shopping tip: Believe it
it or not, in the past some wooden furniture (including chairs and tables) was consistently used outside in the yard or garden, or could have spent time in a wet basement. So check the feet for water damage or rot — just in case.
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
same wainscotting in rest of the house with octagon tile floor. I do not like the grout choice for the floor
Floor tile, white octagon with grey grout
White octagon with black grout
Royal Home Improvements
Project Clarkson (Mississauga) - Major Interior Renovation
Table salle de bains
black side table...Table with pictures...Pictures and table
JOHN DANCEY Custom Designing/Remodeling/Building
floor tile (there is larger scale version of this called Alaska Octagonal w/ black taco insert from and Italian tile co Lifetile )
Subway tile with octagon floor tile
Open Door Architecture
Eleanor Street #1
Subway tile with octagons floor tiles
Octagonal floor tile
http://tiledaily.com/2011/12/14/octagon-porcelain-mosaic-black-and-white/ Didnt realize I hadn't posted the link.
A classic octagonal tile is the perfect counterpoint to a more modern stripe of mosaic tile in the shower surround in this bathroom by Sustainable Home of Palo Alto, California. Designer Kristen Flynn notes that the mosaic is an affordable option by Dal-Tile.