4,229 Stone Tiles Wall Flooring Tile.aspx Entry Design Photos

McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Exterior features
Ideabooks4,790
Questions4
what is the floor material in this picture?
Love the stone wall! What is the material and where can I get it?Thank you so much.
Thank you! This stone is called Montana Ledge Stone and it was source from Rock Mountain in Redmond Washington. Here is their
porcelian tile for mudroom and laundry
Matching interior and exterior accent stone
Love rusted metal porcelain tile and stone wall
Tile choice with stacked stone
large and small irregular shaped stones
ooh yes, I like to the two tones of these tiles...more helpful to hide the shed lab hairs :)
“likestone and porcelain tile…..” — murphles
DSA Architects
Meditrranean Villa
Ideabooks4,012
Questions4
what is the floor made of ?
Would like to use Jerusalem stone for a fireplace wall. Can you tell me where I can obtain it?
I wish I could help you but the homeowner picked it out at some obscure stone yard. I would NOT use it for flooring like they did. It's like walking on the cobblestones in europe, Not recommended.
DSA Architects, yes I do agree with you this is what you call a faux Jerusalem Stone. It is not real old so they hyper antiqued it and wobbled the surface so it can look old. The real Antique Biblical Stone or Jerusalem Stone has much less red colors and is worn on the surface but is barely ondulated so
Like this colorful stone floor, very European feeling
overall "Olde" look...stone floor, iron candlabra chandelier and stone floor
“Tile” — Edward Foley
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks11,633
Questions12
it's actually a ceramic tile by Walker Zanger. -Becky
Please let me know details of the floor tiles
How high is the hearth from the floor?
what kind of stone on the wall by chimney?
What is the golden paint color of the walls?
Is the seat surface wood or a stone? If stone, what kind?
what distance did you leave between the stove and wall? Thanks
I would like to know what is the technical name of the wall that is behind the stove? Is it a Firewall? I'm searching for design ideas all around the web but I'm not sure I'm using the right key word in google ;)
purchased through Barre Tile in Lebanon, NH.
Six and one half inches above the finish floor.
This is the Gabo from Rais: http://us.rais.com/stove/rais-gabo-wood.aspx
“wood stove surround” — janelarcombe
Shelley Kirsch Interior Design and Decoration
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks3,283
Questions2
where can you buy this tile? I googled "Indian Slate Peacock" no luck
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?
Nice entryway, really like the floor
Mud room floor - minus wood seems
floor: tile and wood look mixed
Flooring with stone tile high-lighted with wood
The wood spaced in between tile
Mix of stone and wood floor
“Floor and glass” — zuelke
Arturo Palombo Architecture
3 Reviews
Barn Restoration in Harding Township, New Jersey
Ideabooks3,268
Questions3
They look like flat stones out of carpet or felt or something. Are they available commercially?
Is the floor reclaimed barn wood?
It's not a paint color. We used a natural fabric wall covering.
It's a large format, fissured slate tile. We have underfloor radiant heat throughout.
what type of tile is in the mudroom area??
Love floors and bench stone pillows
the contrast of floor to wood
Tile and wood mix ????? Not my favourite
like the wood floor style here (and color)
A mudroom off the entry has hooks for towels and leads to changing rooms. The granite tile floor can stand up to damp feet.The wall is covered in semigloss black wainscoting with a natural sisal wall covering over it. There is underfloor radiant heat throughout the barn; the clients and their guests
“Slate floor” — housemurray
Battle Associates, Architects
Silver Lake Bedroom
Ideabooks7,952
Questions7
Entry hall with stone floor. Very rustic, humble feeling.
What type of stone was used for this entry way? Pros and cons of this natural stone? I have dogs.
PLEASE CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT THIS FLOOR NAME IS AND COLOR? LOVE IT!
what kind/color stain was used on the walls ?
have this floor in my house and am looking to get some more to renovate. Is it stillalvailable?
Where did the stone for the floor come from?
that the floor is "field stone". Was it harvested from the owner's property or purchased from a supplier. If the later, name/address of that supplier?
Quartzite™ - You can see more here - http://www.northernstonesupply.com/products/paving-stones/job_photo_galleries/rocky_mountain_quartzite_flagstone_job_photos.html
“stone entry” — 21nbroth
Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks8,107
Questions8
Lovely floor tile! Could you please tell me type, color, where to buy?
what is the color of these walls?
How do we measure the amount of tile?
how do we determine how much of each tile is needed to create the look in this entryway?
tell me what the larger floor tiles and the thin borders tiles.... what are the names , sizes ? do u have a closer picture of them ?
Also what color are the walls?
Is this entry way a combination of tile and wood planking?
Combination of wood and stone in the entry
tile in entranceway and rectangular "posts"
could use the same tile in the bathroom too.
Chelsea entry- leave the walls, take out the ceiling and hang a dramatic light
“Tile entry” — ycuellar
Giambastiani Design
Entance Hall/Mudroom
Ideabooks3,274
Questions3
I'd love to know what the floor tile is - also whether it is easy to maintain as well... Thank you!
Do you know where I can find the wooden beam with wall hooks?
Love this floor and the whole room...I'm using this pic for our foyer addition. Beautiful!!
white gold from stone source ....floor
Rustic mudroom - wood ceiling, stone walls
Flooring. White/gold quartzite from stone source
like idea of stone on an interior wall
Like the colors. Woodwork, trim and stone...
absolutely love ceiling and rock walls
“Table and 2 chairs” — suzquilter1
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