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Blender Architecture
2041 West Dickens
looks like Turkish Travertine. Pretty stone, although It is very porous stone that needs to be filled and seal every couple of years.
The floor pebble tile in the shower is called Timor Tan. Zen Paradise carries a large selection of high quality pebble tile and stone tile. Thanks for asking
Stone like this in the bottom of our shower
“love the wood” — mina51
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Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
ACM Design
10 Reviews
Mountain Resort
shower surround and floors. The countertop was fabricated with a 3" turn-down edge detail which is a premium detail. Be sure to confirm that your stone fabricator can provide this type of detail. The slab was sourced from Marbles of the World in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Wow! Gorgeous stone in shower!
The stone/granite is so pretty.
stone work
“Cool Tile” — dreamgirl4
1 Review
Private Residence
Wood, windows, stone tiles on tub and wall
stone idea, window, logbeams
Like the stone wood look
Stone tub...stone tile
“Bath” — arwen80
Kurtz Homes Naples
3 Reviews
Beach Front I
Stone on the wall with copper walls; more old fashion cabinet below.
Like the sink and stone background
Stone wall...idea of stone back...Stone to ceiling...stacked stone look...stone tile
“Wall sconce” — nhlawton
Kirsten Anthony Design Group
Chevy Chase Kids Bath
When you've used this as an undermount tub with a stone top, have you experienced any water problems/damage?
the flashing being under the black paper (30) pound felt which is installed behind the water proof tile backing board. And clear weep holes under the stone so mosture runs into the tub.
This is all Carrara marble--should be readily available at your local stone vendor. Good luck!
3. Cararra marble. Marble, especially Cararra, is a favorite stone for vanity tops and floors.
“simple tile around bathtub” — Marianne Gargour
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2013 Spring Parade Of Homes
Rush River Stone (Brand) Hampton Carrara
coloring is an elegant white stone mosaic with dark gray speckling
gray and white stone intermingled with glass in varying shades of opacity. The SKU is 659322 and it runs about $22.99 per square foot.
Dunn Edwards has two very similar colors DE6227 Muslin and DE6220 Porous Stone
This is a Rush River Stone (Brand) Hampton Carrara Marble 3" Hexagon tile that comes in 12" x 14" sheets. The coloring is an elegant white stone mosaic with dark gray speckling and veining and you can find this at The Tile Shop for $15
We sell a 5" Hexagon, however we would not consider the product on the floor in this bathroom acceptable due to the considerable variation in the stones. However on the shower wall they have used a 3x6" or 3x8" and you can see that looks a lot better with nice more consistent look and appearance between
“Bathroom grays” — sylviasid
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
The Aurea
Gorgeous!! Can you please tell me the stone and color that surrounds t
an ogee edge to reveal only the bevel on the top where the controls are to our tub - Jacuzzi J3D6042 Signature. It's billed as a 'drop in' but my stone guy has done many like this. It gives a really upscale look to a tub that will only be used sporadically and be more of a showpiece than anything.
gaylegore what type of porcelain tile did you use? I too love this design but am having trouble finding a light enough tile and didn't want to go with stone. Also did you cut the tile to make it rectangular as shown in the bath here? Thanks, Julie
The shelves are wood framed, just like the tub deck. They are then finished in stone tile. A great feature of the bathroom design!
“Bathroom” — seanc25
Atticus Architecture
6 Reviews
Limerick Lane Remodel
The vanity slabs were Jerusalem stone to match the wall tile. Medicine cabinets were built into the wall behind the mirror. The door to the closets divides the two vanities.
The tile pattern is created from two different shades of Jerusalem stone tile sourced from an importer in Houston. All tile came in 12 x 12 tiles and the band were cut in approximately 4 inch widths to avoid excess waste
“Large shower and bath shape plus good colours” — Amanda Plant
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