128 basalt flagstone Dining Design Photos

Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Hill House
Ideabooks2,192
Questions5
It's a Basalt stone tile (also used in slab form on the steps).
gray tile- Basalt Stone tile
Basalt stone tile and slabs
“Tile” — mcline2
Anne Bancroft Interiors
Modern French Bistro
Ideabooks46
Questions1
The tile is Vincenza basalt (a natural stone product), 12" x 24" available from Stone Tile @ stone-tile.com
Vincenza basalt floor tile
“Like this tile.” — smhaymond
Casa by Charleston
Naperville Custom Home
Ideabooks2,856
Questions6
I like the uneven flagstone floors. Don't know how realistic it is for our house?
dark flagstone...Floor flagstone...Flagstone and beams
“Floors” — Angela Hardin
Riach Architects
3 Reviews
Trinity Hall
Ideabooks533
Questions1
the kitchen and downstairs extension complements the exposed brickwork, lending this area a softly industrial vibe. “We laid lovely big limestone flagstones through this part of the house,” says Kieron. “The brickwork you can see here actually extends to the garden wall outside, so there is a play between
the kitchen and downstairs extension complements the exposed brickwork, lending this area a softly industrial vibe. ‘We laid lovely big limestone flagstones through this part of the house,’ says Kieron. ‘The brickwork you can see here actually extends to the garden wall outside, so there is a play between
the kitchen and downstairs extension complements the exposed brickwork, lending this area a softly industrial vibe. “We laid lovely big limestone flagstones through this part of the house,” says Kieron. “The brickwork you can see here actually extends to the garden wall outside, so there is a play between
“Clock” — Ranjani Vraman
Lanthia Hogg Designs
6 Reviews
Riverside
Ideabooks70
Questions1
The rug is from Isberian rugs in Aspen and Basalt Colorado
“Colors.. simplicity.” — Dorinda Rice-Germade
Renzo J Nakata Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside house - dining
Ideabooks363
Questions2
the colors are nice....greys like basalt stone would look good
“Blue color shade” — Brian Mo
Guild GC
Tallus
Ideabooks112
Questions3
flagstone tile
Flagstone tiles
“partition” — Azade Ahmadi
Studio Industrielle
Hill Country River Ranch
Ideabooks115
Questions0
Steel was used on the arbors and fences and left to rust. Vertical grain Douglas fir was used on the interior while flagstone and stained concrete floors were used throughout. The flagstone floors extend from the exterior entry arbors into the interior of the Main Living space and out onto the Main house
“sliding door and transom” — fbgdesign
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™