5,852 continuous floor tile Entry Design Photos

frank johnson, llc
2 Reviews
nan
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continuing with the theme of inlaid stone, and using different colors of travertine to accentuate the design. photos by frank johnson
“Tile” — kickski
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tile in front of door? Perhaps continued in the entryway?
“Xmas doors” — dulays
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kalwall for the ceiling tiles. super energy efficent
The canopy continues inside to provide that wonderfully luminous glow in this foyer.More photos of Kalwall in homes
“Front door” — dbadbaker
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tile continues from indoor to ojutdoor
“nana bifold doors” — Jennifer Hooper
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Ideabooks60
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Built in display with continued lines
“Shelves for outside corner” — Leslie Hansen Kramolis
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Mirror-On-Mirror Entry
Ideabooks1,650
Questions2
Mirror. Found similar in my pics. To be continued.
tile and trim
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Granada Tile
4 Reviews
Seattle Entry
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Granada Tile's bold Alhambra tile design covers the entrance in a house near Seattle. David Schneider.
not this color combo, but tiles entry
Granada cement Tile — Alhambra
Tile entry...cement tiles...concrete tiles...floor tiles...Granada Tile
“Tile entry” — hh23
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
101 Reviews
Crown Building
Ideabooks2
Questions0
on in the building entry to show just how much we loved the old building we were in and we made tiles to look like the brick that the building is built with. Looks pretty similar, huh? 2"x6" Subway Tile - 815R Ash / 3"x3" 15 Fog Grey / Bubbles - 1062 Light Kiwi, 1024 Antique Pewter, 613 Black, 15 Fog
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