Has anyone seen/used these tiles on bathroom floor? They look like marble but are low maintenance. I just don't know if they'll be too slippery. Thanks.
What is the best product to use to clean tile in the shower?
Clean tile in shower for the shine look
What are some popular tile patterns? My small bathroom is rustic and would like floor to be unique
I have blue ceramic tile ( non gloss) around my fireplace. I have pellet stove insert, so not much heat
This line of glass tile from Daltile is quite beautiful! I'm considering using it as an accent tile with my standard subway tile. It comes in about 4 colors; I'm looking at the Aquamarine Vine and maybe the Aquamarine pencil to line it top and bottom.
I'm curious whether it stands up
less cut tile - more full tile pieces and how you are trying to get the directionality of the flooring to work with the proportions of the room. In this case -- we were limited in the SF for this building -- it is a guest house and they have a maximum size in this community. With two full size bedrooms
Running the tile in this direction - de-emphasized the length and made the width feel increased. Also - with the indoor/outdoor relationship being important in this space -- having tile run in the direction of this flow felt more natural.
Thanks for asking -
The tile is slate -- called china multi color -- it came from Echeguren Slate in San Francisco -- the pieces are 24 x 24 -- they have a lovely stock to choose from and a great show room.
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marble tile. We just put this tile in our kitchen, around our fireplace and on our knoll post at the bottom of the stairs. It looks just like this except ours are 12 inch square tiles. It is a stunningly beautiful tile. I believe it is Olympia Tile that supplies this product. http://www.olympiatile.c
also this tile which is very similar and available in a larger size - Grigio Billiemi Honed, which is also on their website.
The wall tiles are great. I would use these as splashbacks on the kitchen walls.