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H3K Design
Hidden Desert South
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Gray Porcelanosa Zeus large-format tiles create a mosaic-like wall over the fountain.
Gray Porcelanosa Zeus large-format tiles create a mosaic-like wall over the fountain. Door paint: Sunshine, Benjamin Moore
Porcelanosa Zeus BS & Stool area...Gray Porcelanosa Zeus large-format...porcelanosa grey zeus tile
“Entrada” — 982252512
DWYER DESIGN
golden gate heights
Ideabooks887
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provided the tile form a company I don't have info on but a great company is porcelanosa - ...
provided the tile form a company I don't have info on but a great company is porcelanosa - ...
porcelanosa tile
“Kitchen door” — brvd272
Four Corners Construction, L.P.
STonehedge Exteriors
Ideabooks3,137
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It might be porcelain tiles with a wood appearance -- see Porcelanosa website. I like the idea for a floor that extends from entry into the kitchen
wood appearance tiles Porcelanosa
“front door” — maropengn
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
Bensonwood's mission for over 40 years has been crafting beautiful and healthy, high-performance home sanctuaries capable of enduring for centuries.
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Charles Debbas Architecture
6 Reviews
Charles Debbas
Ideabooks5,767
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These are woodtec tiles from Porcelanosa.Good luck. CD
“Pivoting door/wall” — nightfury11
Porcelanosa USA
15 Reviews
Ceilan Marfil floor tiles. PORCELANOSA
Ideabooks249
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Ceilan Marfil floor tiles. PORCELANOSA Find a Porcelanosa Showroom near you today: ...
Ceilan Marfil floor tiles. PORCELANOSA...Bathroom floors
“tile” — valley1
Earp Bros - Innovative Tile Solutions
XLight
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Huge concrete look porcelain sheeting from Earp Bros. XLight - Concrete.
Charette Design
11 Reviews
Palm Desert Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks12
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barn door hardware, etched and frosted glass door. Walls are clad in Porcelanosa "Glass Acido" 15" x 39" tile.
Savvy Interior Design
16 Reviews
Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks50
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The tile was from Porcelanosa. It's a porcelain that looks like marble but is far more durable. We
“marbel floor” — shengkang01
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