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bright designlab
9 Reviews
Eclectic modern whole house remodel and addition
Photos by bright designlab.
“wall” — heathercollins
Green Goods
3 Reviews
Green Goods
Goods Kitchen remodel featuring carmelized strand woven bamboo plywood, maple plywood and paint grade cabinets, custom bamboo doors, handmade ceramic tile, custom concrete countertops
“estufa práctica” — julymau
Krause Construction Denver Colorado
4 Reviews
Lord Residence
This sunroom/greenhouse addition featured post and beam cedar construction with custom site built doors and windows. The roof material is made from poly-carbonate panels. Photos were taken byPaul Wedlake Photography
“Windows” — csandidge1
2012 Tile Trends Photography - Living Spaces with Coverings Preview
2012 Tile Trends Photography - Living Spaces with Coverings Preview
Tile of Spain manufacturer Apavisa (http://www.apavisa.com/) creates an eclectic floor tile using color, pattern and texture. The effect is rustic drama. *** Coverings is a tile and stone industry-only trade show that brings together manufacturers from around the world with the designers who specify
Did you find a US distributor? I'm currently looking for these tiles as well.
This is an example of the 22 X 22 tile I saw on the Home Depot website, I think. I'm not sure what I think of it. Maybe in a much lighter color
tile for basement floor? tile from Tile of Spain
I can not express the beauty I behold in this colour and pattern tile...wow
“Floor tile” — ksheim
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
fun. Feminine, but not overly so, this space has an eclectic, collected feeling, from the reclaimed wooden shelves (painted green), to the moroccan tile backsplash, to the pendant lights made from recycled cardboard.
How accessible are moroccan tiles? where should I look to find them?
Where can I buy this tile, please? Beautiful!
Beautiful kitchen (or stove?) tiles green and terracotts
color, Moroccan tiles will add some spice to your space.
Gorgeous these Moroccan tiles.. Love the finish
Traditional hand-pieced tile, called zellij, is often brightly colored and complex. However, not all Moroccan tile is busy or even colorful. Sumptuous arabesque shapes, solids, fish scales and carved tiles also add to the mix. Whatever the shape, size or color, Moroccan tiles will add some spice to your
“Bs” — Katie Bougie
RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
LEED Gold - Houston
how meny rupees this tiles squr feet
Thanks. I thought maybe Flor had discontinued them bc I couldn't find it.
The Grass tile is from imaginetile.com. The 12"x12" tiles run 8 USD per sq.ft. If my conversion is correct that would be about 5 INR per sq.ft. That cost is for material only and does not include shipping or labor. Hopefully this helps! Thanks, S
Imagine Tile is a great source for the uncommon
grass tile for the laundry room
Floor tile in grass pattern. NEAT!!
“Tile” — Wendy Therese
Story & Space - Interior Design and Color Guidance
6 Reviews
Kitchen Remodel
I want to use marmoleum tile throughout my lake house for its durability and color possibilities but I am not an artist or designer! I am looking for ideas on how to use 2 or 3 different coordinating colors for an interesting pattern. I don't want to do a typical checkerboard
HI, there. You could use FLOR's website. Although these are carpet tiles, I think the tool is exactly what you are describing. http://www.flor.com/configurator/design/load
marmoleum floor, subway tiles, layout, note height of window by sink
blue subway tile; blue & white; marmoleum
subway tile & marmoleum floor. Colors. Use of Arts & Crafts tile as design element.
do they have lime green tiles?
“backsplash” — Ashlee Cornelius
4 Reviews
contemporary bath
Kohler Archer tub with tile flange added
I was told the tub skirt should match the floor tile, not the wall tile. My room is very similar but I want it to look bigger. Big tiles for small bathroom correct?
I'd like to know which line and color from Fireclay Tile. Thanks!
who makes the subway tile? Thanks
Hello. I know this tub is not suggested for an alcove installation, however it does have a small lip on the edge... • Assuming this is sufficient to place tile over it like a regular tile flange? • Did it give you problems
problems as it looks like it's not flat (like a regular tile flange is) but rather comes up to a rounded point on an angle.. • Also did you have to use furring strip in order to bump out the wall a little bit so that it covers that lip? Thank you in advance
“window” — Saque Chuon
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