244 grab bar for tile Entry Design Photos

Kara Weik
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flat paint and has a smooth surface (unlike flat) so dirt has nothing to grab on to.
flat paint, and has a smooth surface (unlike flat), so dirt has nothing to grab on to.
flat paint, and has a smooth surface (unlike flat), so dirt has nothing to grab on to. Satin, the paint with the next-higher level of shine, is also an
flat paint, and has a smooth surface (unlike flat), so dirt has nothing to grab on to.Satin, the paint with the next-higher level of shine, is also an option
“White stair fronts” — ccrunningmom
Michael Knowles, Architect
4 Reviews
Queen Anne Residence 06
Ideabooks11,150
Questions12
size rectangular limestone tiles did you install?
I love the look of the limestone tiles in the entry. What size tiles did you install? The proportions
Can you tell me the brand of your floor tiles?
Would you please tell me name and color of tile and where it can be purchased?
I have been searching for tile for months, this looks simply beautiful
limestone holding up in entryway with wet shoes, etc? I live in northeast, tile would be for moderate traffic area, small children.
source? The other thing you can do is import the image into Photoshop and grab the hex value of the color... and if that all sounds like a foreign language
discontinued (Norberry Tile SOSB1224 Olive Stone). There are grout lines, but the grout color is dark to closely match the tile color.
What kind of tile is on the floor?
“Floor” — ninac1
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Ideabooks7,591
Questions11
I know they are tiles made by Ken Mason, but what is the tile called ?...so that I may purchase them
I love this backsplash!! Can you tell me who makes the tile and what color grout you use?
Antique white. We have a similar product. A porcelain Arabesque mosaic tile for $12.95 a sheets (1.10SF to a sheet and prices valid thru 2014): ...
Rustico Tile and Stone -- far less than $33/sf. Wholesale prices and global shipping
Tile shape transition from room to room.
al Style9 Architectural Elements of Spanish-Revival StyleColorful Cement Tile Makes a Comeback
Where were the bar stools purchased...i love the quaint floor tile design
“curved doorway detail, mixed finishes - island, cabinetry” — wrhiger
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Contemporary Entry
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how do we determine how much of each tile is needed to create the look in this entryway?
Lovely floor tile! Could you please tell me type, color, where to buy?
can you please tell me what the larger floor tiles and the thin borders tiles.... what are the names , sizes ? do u have a closer picture
Is this entry way a combination of tile and wood planking?
how about new tile all around bar, fireplace and in front of window
This is just an overview of what could be, not the right tile obviously.
grass cloth, floor molding, entry tile, transition
How do we measure the amount of tile?...the tile floor at the enterance...Floor tile design - minus small...Tiled pattern for the main entry
“Tile rug” — jaclynlee
Wow Great Place
22 Reviews
Front Entry with Black Doors
Ideabooks28,736
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we are crazy. Then they see the result of this wonderful front foyer, and grab the paintbrush!
remove subfloor under the old tile to level things up. The tile was not installed over hardwood.
It looks like those tiles are raised. How did you attach
That information is not in the file, but based on the tiles in the photo, which were 12"x24", the tiled area was approximately 4'6" x 8' Is that the dimension
subfloor under the entry tile was actually slightly higher than the hardwood. (Which made the carpeted floor more level with the old tiled floor) It was decided
It is a 12x24 slate tile, in a charcoal grey, and no, it was not installed on top of the hardwood
Love painted door, tile, then wood floor
What tile is that by the front door?
“Black door” — bethchabot
Coates Design Architects Seattle
25 Reviews
Dorsery Residence entry
Ideabooks2,955
Questions2
Please tell me about the blue wall tile. What is the name and where did you purchase it? Thank-you
this is actually a real copper metal panel - seamed together in a tile pattern w/ a custom patina that was applied in the shop. there are pre-finished
the copper section is much smaller than the wood and concrete, its color grabs the most attention.
the copper section is much smaller than the wood and concrete, its color grabs the most attention.
“pretty tiling” — nicky6257
Crystal Kitchen Center
5 Reviews
ASID Showcase House
Ideabooks230K
Questions45
What type of tile was used here? I am redoing our three season porch and want to use similar tile ( I like the dark
can you tell me what kind of tile this is what color and where you got it?
What kind of tile is used in this mudroom?
dark grey tile for my laundry room inspired by this picture
Hi there. I just found out from the architect the tile was purchased from "The Tile Shop" in
Plymouth, MN. Unfortunately, it was selected from a pile of discontinued tile they had on special discount. The architect told me that it has a "flamed"
Like the idea of boots and shoes on the tile fro easy cleaning. But would like to keep the shoes on the right side on
What type of tile was used here?...Can you tell me about the floor tiles?...Turn bar area on LR side into mud room
“locker /mudroom” — jinjin55
G&L and Sons Renovations
6 Reviews
Montclair Mud Room
Ideabooks2,257
Questions3
segregation for projects/easier to "grab and go"....CENTRALIZED and convenient drop off/pick up location....
who keeps all of the family's multivitamins near the door. If they can't grab them as they are walking out the door, they forget to take them. That's not
who keeps all of the family’s multi-vitamins near the door. If they can’t grab them as they are walking out the door, they forget to take them. That’s not
“Mudroom, etc” — katepress
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