3,100 manufactured stone tile Entry Design Photos

Koydol Inc.
Italian Stone Collection
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Italian-inspired, these porcelain tiles mimic the look of natural stones via subtle veining and texture. Ideal for both vertical and horizontal commercial applications, the durable product comes in a range of earth tones.
Italian Stone Collection
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“half wall” — hafizhunk
Koydol Inc.
Pininfarina Collection
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We use a dry powder-pressing technology to create this elegant Italian porcelain tile’s smooth but striated face. It can be used underfoot as flooring, on the walls, or even countertops. Like its pattern design, the line’s color palette exudes sleekness with cool gray hues.
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Sleek look of the tile
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“Sleek look of the tile” — forestdance
Koydol Inc.
Crystal Pearl Collection
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This quality granite line combines smooth stone with crystal accents and pearlescent iridescence to create stunning floors, walls, or non-cooking counters.
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“Tile” — harmonykeppler
Koydol Inc.
Matte Collection
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Marble veining patterns give this porcelain tile series a luxurious look without the high price point. Easy to clean and maintain, this product comes in multiple sizes and thicknesses to meet a variety of commercial application needs.
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McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Forest House - Exterior features
Ideabooks4,882
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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 website http://www.rockmountain.com.
porcelian tile for mudroom and laundry
Love rusted metal porcelain tile and stone wall
Tile choice with stacked stone
large and small irregular shaped stones
like to the two tones of these tiles...more helpful to hide the shed lab hairs :)
“Stairs” — Atlantis
Battle Associates, Architects
Silver Lake Bedroom
Ideabooks8,093
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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.
Where did the stone for the floor come from?
I am looking to create something similar in a mudroom addition. I saw in a comment that the floor is "field stone". Was it harvested from the owner's property or purchased from a supplier. If
Would love to know the manufacturer of the beautiful door??
My husband and I are interested in the size of the stones in this entry way for our living room. In our search, we have found slate or quartzite in 6"x6" random sizes that are on mesh backing. We would like
Mountain Quartzite™ - You can see more here - http://www.northernstonesupply.com/products/paving-stones/job_photo_galleries/rocky_mountain_quartzite_flagstone_job_photos.html
“stone and wood” — Lex Anderson
Jim Kuiken Design
32 Reviews
Contem-Prairie
Ideabooks17,941
Questions11
What is the stone used on the walls along the pathway?
How did you install the river rock into the stoop? We're considering doing this effect, except with concrete instead of tile, on our new home
I love the entry stone feature! How did you create it?
Is it polished concrete or tile? Hoping to create the same affect for our reno - Thanks!
Can you recommend the manufacturer for this custom wood door? I'm in your area so I'd like to price it out for my new home. Thank you in advance.
natural limestone and the pebbles on the front stoop are stones from the Lake Superior/Duluth area. The tile on the front stoop is a porcelain product. Thank you for the inquiry!
Could you please tell me the color of the siding and the manufacturer. Thank you!
“The house look nice” — hisan74
DSA Architects
Meditrranean Villa
Ideabooks4,069
Questions4
Who is the manufacture of the chandelier?
Would like to use Jerusalem stone for a fireplace wall. Can you tell me where I can obtain it?
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
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.
overall "Olde" look...stone floor, iron candlabra chandelier and stone floor
“floor” — okawita
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