10,782 patterned wood floor Entry Design Photos

Zoe Feldman Design, Inc.
Georgetown Townhouse
Ideabooks4,430
Questions10
what stone is used in this space? Love the pattern
Are the floor tile mosaic or large format tile?
What material is the tiled floor? Stone mosaic?
This floor looks beautiful! Reminds me of old cement tile patterns. Would love to know if this is a mosaic tile and the details
Kasper Custom Remodeling, LLC posted that "It appears to be a Walker Zanger tile. Hollywood Grand Pattern in Paloma with Gascogne Blue."
It appears to be a Walker Zanger tile. Hollywood Grand Pattern in Paloma with Gascogne Blue.
Great floor for foyer and bathroom
Would like better if outer edges were wood.
Hexagon flooring! Totally a WOW factor
Light color floor at the entrance
Walker Zanger tile. Hollywood Grand Pattern in Paloma with Gascogne Blue
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Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
New Country French Cottage
Ideabooks17,201
Questions12
Can this brick, mortar, pattern be used for an exterior home exterior?
Love the floor…..would like to know if I can do this on the exterior facade of our home? Thank you!
Please could you let us know what type of bricks did you use for the floor? It looks amazing!!!!
Do they work with radient floor heating and how thick are they
How did you do the floor and how are they treated
How do you keep this floor clean with daily
Possible flooring for mudroom and greenhouse
We love the flooring for the entrance and the long hall. Entrance to family room from both sides of entry room. Like the beams on ceiling as well.
If we still had a dropped floor in the dinning room
Pros of Brick Flooring• Design flexibility. As with tile, brick's modular nature lends itself to an infinite variety of patterns. Running bond (staggered), basket weave, herringbone and others are classics, but you can create a custom motif or a mosaic-style treatment. Brick also lends itself well to
“Green side board” — beverlymiller1
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks3,353
Questions5
can you tell me who made the door? Price? and Is it mettal or wood?
What is the name of the floor tiles and who make them?
tile floor wood door white rustic
tile but different pattern for front foyer
Floor Basketweave. This classic pattern is made with squares and rectangles to create a woven effect.
7. Basketweave. This classic pattern is made with squares and rectangles to create a woven effect.
“circle transom over arched dloor” — James Peterson
make architecture
Calle Anita
Ideabooks10,318
Questions10
where can I purchase the wood console by the front door
love the wood console by the front door, anyone know where I can purchase
can you get the same effect of the tile look by taping pattern?
Can you get the same effect of the tile look by taping to Crete the pattern? I have seen this done
how you get such a high quality finish on the concrete floor ( i am writing to you from india) Please help as i would love to do something like this
Are these floors installed above or below grade?
for the name of product to maintain the shiny, polished look of acid-washed concrete flooring.
I have recently chosen to transform the slab foundation of my small, open concept home with acid-wash concrete flooring. The installer said that the product used to give it the shiny look has a very strong
“Hall, Polished Concrete.” — mman34
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Hill House Entry
Ideabooks3,585
Questions4
Hi there, i was wondering if you can let me know where and of type of floor (tiles) ornament did you use? I really like the ornament in the rhombus and would appreciate if it was ready to buy and install piece or you need to
Wood outside of tile floor in Foyer
wood border around straight laid stone for
“tile and wood” — Barbara Carkenord
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks11,950
Questions11
tiles is beautiful - have not seen floor w/that much size variation.
how did designer come up w/this floor pattern. or lack of pattern? Love the random sizes. We need kitchen floor that will withstand heavy traffic - have worried about grout lines using tile or other material since grout stains/looks
Anyone knowing the type of flooring and wall material used in this photo
Is this floor slate? Pietre Cardosa? Porcelain? honed? Flamed? Thanks!
floor material, pattern & varying size of tiles
slate is not recommended b/c of unevenness - is this type slate more uniform? It does not look uneven - it is beautiful, especially in contrast w/the wood. This is truly a beautiful application.
Walls: Can you please tell me how the wood walls were done?
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mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Atherton Estate
Ideabooks12,575
Questions13
I please use this photo for a blog post I'm writing about floor transitions? I'm happy to provide credit and a link.
what is the name of the wood floor
Is this an engineered wood floor & did you have to do a floating floor with it?
hardwood, likely Hickory species. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any flooring questions.
Are the floor tiles porcelain. Can you let me know manufacturer color. I love them & would
wrought iron pattern to break it up?
tile transition between woods and tile
mixed flooring materials. also look at long hall----like the breezeway--with the checkerboard pattern
I like the entry / hall pattern
Transition from wood to tile (2 color neutral color tile,
example: The darker shade in the diamond pattern is very close to the color of the wood flooring, so they work well next to each other with regard to color. The diamond pattern is also a nice contrast to the linear pattern of the wood.
“Black door wall color” — dcarabin
Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
23 Reviews
New Construction
Ideabooks5,357
Questions9
it, and have a black and white tile floor
Kristin, Brilliant floors! where can I purchase the tiles?
What is the wood type and stain of the hardwood floors.
Can you remember width of borders? I am trying to separate my black/white tile visually somehow from the old terrazzo floor that will join it in the next room. Very interesting to see the wider black border at the end of the room; also at the other end? Thank you very much
the kitchen (also black/white checkerboard pattern) and one at the den (terrazzo).
Thank you so much. I am considering the border in the breakfast room as have such a wide expanse of the black/white checkerboard floor ... which meets an old terrazzo floor in the adjoining den (terrazzo has caused
“stairwell” — debbiegreggie
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