803 stone tile Eclectic Patio Design Photos

David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Edinburgh Apartment
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Love this rope gutter into stone
Not everyone wants to use the same flooring indoors as they do outside. Here they have hardwood inside and stone outside. I am not sure what material is used as a transition line between the two, but the threshold space is absolutely flat, and that also helps to
transition between hardwood and outdoor stone
and stone outside. I am not sure what material is used as a transition line between the two, but the threshold space is absolutely flat, and that also helps to increase that feeling of the indoors flowing on outside. More: 20 Great Examples of Transitions in Flooring How to Shop for Ceramic Tile How
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“I LIKE THE INTENTION OF THIS SPACE AND FEELING THE DETAILING I WOULD DO DIFFERENT LOVE THE VIEW” — JUAN FELIPE GOLDSTEIN DESIGN CO
Amy Renea
Pretzel Factory
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Mosaics can be made from a number of materials, called tessera. Common materials include ceramic tile, glass tile, natural stone tile, stones themselves, semiprecious stones, beads, mirror, shells and china.
Mosaic tile from plate and cup shards
Dating back to 5,000 years ago, mosaic tiles are one of the world’s oldest art forms. Few other creations in human history have enjoyed that kind of aesthetic longevity. And mosaic tile continues to
The direct method involves sticking the tile (or other material) onto a base that’s been covered with a layer of cement-based tile adhesive. If you’re familiar with the work of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí, you know he was the king of
called tessera. Common materials include ceramic tile, glass tile, natural stone tile, stones themselves, semiprecious stones, beads, mirror, shells and china. Direct MethodMosaics are created in one of two basic ways. The direct method involves sticking the tile (or other material) onto a base that’s been
“Crockery mosaic” — Nosizwe Martin
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
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Surfers End
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stone tile work and surfer look
Blue stone pavers, love the color.
patio colors for stone
stone tiles...stone patio
“Little room” — cklimo
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
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What type of stone is that?
colored stones with a few small shrubs
tile in diff. sizes, shapes and colors
Stunning multi-coloured stones for the oasis in your own back yard.
colors of stones and different shapes
I like the tile and shrubbery interplay.
patio stones + gravel
Flooring; tiles & borders
configuration of stone with gravel
like the patio stones
Patio stone...stones around edge...Nice tiles...Beautiful tile...stone patio...Mismatched tiles...Stones pavers...Love the tiles...love the tile...patio tile
“tangga naik atas” — Irene Marcus
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Vibrant Hideaway
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though not necessarily this one, also like the grass in between the floor tiles - warms it up and adds nice dimension
Love the stepping stones with grass
Grass coming up between stone and sitting area
Tiles and planter boxes
Stone tile with grass
Paving stones...patio stone pavers...grass between tiles...Stone with grass...Grass and tile...Stone and grass
“Curtains” — nafsmir
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
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stone tile
curtains & tile on fireplace
“outdoor space” — cherylganier
Design Vidal
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Maltman Project
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stone tile floor
“chairs” — agillick
Prideaux Design
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Prideaux Design
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and the homeowners can maximize the time they spend outdoors. Colors and materials continue from one space to the next, including the stacked stone, the tile and the pops of orange, red and bright blue. Lesson from this patio: Plan outdoor rooms just as you would indoor rooms. Think about how they are
The patio tile is a clay Saltillo tile, dyed in a darker brown than the more traditional terra cotta. Called "Moreno" Saltillo tile, it is dyed with a natural manganese dioxide, which permanently changes the color.
moreno saltillo tile, dyed with manganese dioxide making it dark brown.
and the homeowners can maximize the time they spend outdoors. Colors and materials continue from one space to the next, including the stacked stone, the tile and the pops of orange, red and bright blue.Lesson from this patio: Plan outdoor rooms just as you would indoor rooms. Think about how they are
“Counter” — daniellelazor
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