918 black and white tile floors Contemporary Outdoor Design Photos

Eric Aust Architect
10 Reviews
Peninsula Point Residence
Ideabooks4,061
Questions6
Dunn Edwards White (DEW380) and Dunn Edwards Black (DEA187) Gloss paint for the trim
Is the Dunn Edwards Black paint on door, in gloss as well?
Colour scheme of house, black & white. Heater good idea too.
Love the black doors and fire pit
dark roof white cladding - black doors
Door color- Dunn Edwards black- high gloss
5. Black and white. At once classic and modern, black and white are crisp choices for the garden. The combo’s extreme contrast can make even a simple outdoor room feel chic. Details such as the patterned chair pillows here keep the look lively.
“Doors” — d1stemel
Harry Elson Architect PC
New York Residence
Ideabooks1,092
Questions3
Love the clean. Simple. White and natural wood
Love White ! Everything disappears and appears in the same time !
Beautiful gray paired with he white trim.
A clean slate, a white home.
the floors against the white walls, and the hanging lamp
I like the exterior grey and white walls. This would like nice on an old 'Queenslander'
Minimalist white. White is the minimalist’s dream color, fresh and bare-bones. Without the distraction of color, the eye is drawn more readily to architecture and form. It’s also a great color for creatives who work with lots of visuals during the workday; white space at home — in effect a blank page
“I love the stain and paint color” — rachrose12
Zebra Group -Design and Interiors
Anya Lane
Ideabooks3,873
Questions6
love the flooring. What type of flooring is used?
I love this flooring. Is this the honed or natural Habita tile?
Is the soffit, facia, and roof color black? Also, is
It is a charcoal grey 12x24 porcelain tile called Habita through Euro Tile. We used this tile through the majority of the house to replicate the look of a concrete floor.
nice seat color and nice floor color
Porcelain tiles for indoor and out
ooh yeah, I love the black and brown.
Habita through Euro Tile. We used this tile through the majority of the house to replicate the look of a concrete floor.” “Flooring. Porcelain tile to look likeconcrete”
“Tiles” — lindi3
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
Ideabooks2,419
Questions5
What can you tell me about the exterior parquet flooring and is it available commercially?
Christine, don't know if you're in the States but here is their link for the floor. Notice it has a download for instructions. I haven't downloaded it myself but it might have what we are both looking for? http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90234226/
IKEA's acacia exterior flooring for second floor balcony? Could bring in in the winter...
I like the flooring, is it wood or tile?!
ledgestone veneer, a cedar plank ceiling and acacia flooring (from Ikea!). Bright green cushions add a spritz of color and match the verdant surroundings.
Ikea acacia flooring! Looks great
Patio - acacia flooring from Ikea
POTENTIAL TERRACE FLOORING This deck is tucked into the second floor of
“Tout” — martinbrochu2
Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Anya Lane
Ideabooks10,385
Questions5
love the flooring- who makes those tiles and are they porcelain?
Supplier Euro Tile Vancouver- Habita 12x24 Code: CE-HAB1224-NAT-PTR Colour: Petrolio
Actually they are 18" x 36" Tiles.
I like the tiles for the patio
Big outdoor tile and partial covering
redwood n black combo
Black and wood exterior
black outdoor furniture
Patio floor...Wood and black...Like the black...Tile, fireplace...Like the tiles....Tile Colour...Patio floors?...Patio tile...Out door tiles
“Tile” — sueslikes
SoJo design
2 Reviews
Apogee
Ideabooks4,976
Questions1
what is that cool flooring ?
I love the white pebble tile flooring on the patio! http://www.houzz.com/photos/5158728/White-Pebble-Tile-modern-tile-other-metro
This is Timor White pebble tile. The pebbles for this tile are hand harvested from the island of Timor, Indonesia. Zen Paradise.net manufactures this tile. It can be
be found at Ann Sacks and other quality tile showrooms. www.zenparadise.net
floor for shower pebble tile from timor
Good floor tile for semi open area
“enclosing the grill” — kyliechichi
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Ideabooks8,469
Questions12
Love the floors. Is this acid stained or integral colored concrete? Are those just score lines?
wooden flooring wich one is better
Love the floor! What color stain is this?
good company to stain their concrete floors. Thanks!
schedule. This picture shows a concrete floor with regular scoring -- which makes it look like tile. But to answer your question -- my answer is that it depends. First thing to think about is the type of heating system you are using - if radiant in the floor, I would use tile over wood. If forced air and or
with concrete during the pour if the floor. They were deeply tooled to create a gridded pattern for us to use for testing. Then by trial and error we created samples and because if was the same pour as the floor we could be assured that the results in the actual floor would be Ashlee close match. A good
“the two rooms” — gladysirene1921
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks7,443
Questions12
White is the brand for the fan?
does the design of the tiles have a consistent pattern - does the design have a special name
Are these slate floors? And if so, what color or pattern is it called? I would love this for my mudroom.
Hi! Thank you for your interest. Most of our tile is provided by Architectural Ceramics. You can check out their website at: http://www.architecturalceramics.com/. Their website provides product information, a vast portfolio and contact information. Please let us know if you have any further questions
Nice blue stone floors and roof with fan
like the patio floor (bluestone?, slate?)
to more contemporary, from brick homes to those clad in siding or stucco. The color red works well with many colors, like yellow, green, blue, black or white.
“Floor tile” — mhavlick
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