4,357 Travertine stone flooring Eclectic Home Design Photos

Eclectic Family Room
Ideabooks4,132
Questions9
I'm looking for carpet to match my travertine master en suite that has no door and this colour looks perfect.
A random pattern, tumbled travertine, most likely can be found in any quality natural stone flooring company
height and recessed lighting layout are elegant and don’t draw attention away from the most important feature; the view. favorite item is the travertine floor and it’s pattern
I love the stone/travertine flooring with the frieze carpet. I'm going to do this, but don't know if I want the shape of travertine shown here, or big squares laid on a diagonal. I will be using the stone for entry, dining room, and kitchen and the frieze carpet
“The tile” — melbriggs
Joanne Jakab Interior Design
17 Reviews
Bungalow Bath Renovation
Ideabooks2,555
Questions5
I love the floor. Where can I buy this type of tile?
Your floor work is fabulous, but can you tell me what type of Porcelian tiles is it? so that i can request the same to the title guy :) thanks.
Hello there! This bathroom is absolutely beautiful! I am in love with the floor tiles. Where did you get them? You mentioned they are porcelain? Thank you! Rhea
manufacturer because we purchase flooring locally and our retailers don't share the names of the manufacturer. I am sure that if you shared this photo with your local tile flooring shop they could source something similar.
Hi, I love how the joints seem tumbled on your floor, but when I click the link
Actually this was a faux marble travertine but limestone is very similar.
“cabinet handles” — pandkrowe
LandPatterns, Inc
16 Reviews
Highland Park Residence
Ideabooks1,459
Questions3
Thank you so much! Is the travertine "ivory" or "noche" or something else? I so appreciate your help!
Pool surround in 'Noche' travertine & Ipe decking
The combination of pavers, stones and grass. Beautiful!
combo of grass, river rocks, wood deck and white stone
Travertine Ivory deck
Black pebble stone with grass
Travertine and timber pool
Stone mulch grass mix
Travertine Noce...Love the stone...Travertine decking...Log. River stones....River stone idea...Travertine Noche...Noche travertine...stone paving
“Love this take on waterfall idea” — jacksonbrown
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Kitchen Choreography
7 Reviews
Rustic Charmer
Ideabooks3,738
Questions9
Where is the travertine from. Who is the manufacturer? I have been looking for something like this for so long
What is the floor type? Engineered? Pre-finished? What colour?
The floor looks like a reclaimed and mixed width floor. Its very pretty!
Are those diamond or square shaped travertine above the stove?
This backsplash is a tumbled Travertine. It's a natural stone which is why you get such a beautiful variation. Thanks for the question!
Tumbled travertine tile backsplash, floors, rustic feel - great kitchen
Floors are knotty, cabs are mixed, stone tiles
cupboards meet vaulted ceiling line. Wood floors, tile backsplash
“aged brick” — dbashi
HBF plus Design
1 Review
Western Run-kitchen
Ideabooks6,514
Questions9
Could you give me information about the stone you used for the arch? It is very nice.
What is the flooring? size of tiles? Thanks
I'm remodeling my kitchen and my wife loves the floor that you installed. Can you tell me the size of the floor tiles (big and small), the material, brand and color of the tile and where you purchased
I can't be sure about the the actually flooring - the dark stone looks like a bluestone but the range of color suggests something else. The dimensions of those tiles look to be about between 24"x24" since
The stone is reclaimed rubble stone--stone that had been salvaged from old barns that had been demolished, provided by the mason on the job.
Tile is stone tile (slate). Large tiles are 24 x 24. Strips 2 x 16.
“Cabinets” — moabitess
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,798
Questions13
We selected warm cherry cabinetry with a simple recessed panel, and repeated materials to keep the design simple. Limestone was used both on the floor and behind the six-burner Wolfe range, although we changed the scale of the tile to keep things interesting. The countertops are a velvety soft finished
What size are those limestone floor tiles?
Floors look great... What material are they? Thanks!
Hello. The floors are limestone. Best regards, Charles Dunlap
Ooh. I do like light floor and soap stone counters too haha
Love the soap stone - place in Burlington Greenspace?
soapstone with travertine backsplash. even wall color is close to the color we have chosen.
stone, cherry wood wall color
“hood” — adesteiger
Shelley Kirsch Interior Design and Decoration
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks3,619
Questions5
How can we do this to our floor? We have hardwoods already, would it. E hard to add the tile?
The floor is Indian Slate, Peacock Series. The wainscot is panelling made of cherry.
What is the floor tile brind and product number? Is the wanes coat tongue and grove or paneling?
What a great idea for floor treatment in a foyer!
Great mix of wood with stone floor.
Flooring with stone tile high-lighted with wood
Mix of stone and wood floor
The customer stone floors The sea green glass bottles The beautiful door & windows
Wall color For foyer with brick floor
“the look” — rkivett47
Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Mountain Modern Lakeshore
Ideabooks18,246
Questions11
name of the stone used on the columns?
How was the deck flooring constructed?
We are looking to do a similar deck with travertine stone but are having
having a hard time figuring out how to set the stone so that it is stable/ enduring and does not leak down on to the decking below.
how are the cable wires attsched to the stone columns? we were told a post has to go next to it. thanks
Thanks for your inquiry. It is from Montana and is called Chief Cliff. The rust colored stones were filtered out to some degree so it is a custom variation/blend. Good luck! Peter
Railing, stone, covered noncovered patio ares, no wood in exterior
The porch from 2nd floor to 1st floor transition.
dark windows and railing; stone and wood
“upper/lower deck” — Shane Delaney
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