14,822 stone tile Entry Design Photos

Modus Design Studio
house_99
Ideabooks17,666
Questions11
is that tile inlaid in the wood floor? what kind of tile is that?
Can anyone suggest what type of tile is this? Or is it a stone slab?
What is the name of the tile?
How was the subfloor put in so that a transition wasn't needed between the wood and tile?
can anyone tell me what kind of tile that is and what color it might be?
monochromatic with stone tiles down the middle
Stones in middle of hallway only
In this entryway, stone tiles run right down the middle of the hall with wood on either side, almost like a carpet. I love the tone-on-tone look of the dark espresso color for both
“door” — Electro Precision
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks8,460
Questions9
white tile/stone is used on the flooring. Thank you.
chosen as the walkway and stone leading off into the adjoining rooms. I like that the direction of the wood runs across the hall so it doesn't look like a bowling alley. I also like that the direction of the wood and the stone tiles are perpendicular to each other.
Furniture placement and wood tile combination
Tile to wood transition - lighter dark mesh to darker light?
tile and hardwood in different directions
wood inset to porcelain tile for admin
materials, with wood chosen as the walkway and stone leading off into the adjoining rooms. I like that the direction of the wood runs across the hall so it doesn't look like a bowling alley. I also like that the direction of the wood and the stone tiles are perpendicular to each other.
“I like the table” — Sabine Becker
Battle Associates, Architects
Silver Lake Bedroom
Ideabooks7,883
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.
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
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The stone floor is just a field stone floor. The wood floor is a mill run maple, with no stain.
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
“door” — susanmhamilton
DSA Architects
Meditrranean Villa
Ideabooks3,993
Questions4
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
colors in l faux Jerusalem stone
“Floor” — seipjz
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Craftsman
Ideabooks48,467
Questions30
Can you please tell me the colour of the floor tile? I really like the rich tones.
Please let me know floor tiles n where to obtain them!
what also really helps is grout colored to match the color of your tile :)
border of same tile as field tile
wall color, floor tile color, trim.
love the wall color with the tile
Lower level bathroom: Slate tile flooring to match existing wainscot and tub surround. See pattern in this
Natural FlooringCarpet? So 19th century. Arts and Crafts flooring falls right in step with the natural aesthetic: hardwood (planks or parquet), stone, slate. Tile with an Arts and Crafts glaze, a specially applied matte finish that lends tremendous depth, works beautifully in a mosaic grid. Cork is a great
“Paint color” — soniatsmith
Megan Buchanan
A Euro-Farmhouse on Beautiful Bowen Island, BC
Ideabooks3,413
Questions5
What is the tile & rock border on the entryway floor?
I would also love to know what these tiles are and where I can find them! Thank you!!
border of pebble stone defines room
Like the stones to break up monotone
plain, dark tile - on diagonal
Stone tile look - front porch or bathroom
stone tiles (dark) with river rock border
Tile with inset stone - could we use the stone from outside of house?
main hub of the home as all rooms branch off from here. Stairs lead to the dining and kitchen areas as well as the living and family rooms. The stone tiles define the space with an inlay river rock border. The long window that runs above the width of the doors lets in additional light and adds height
“Dark tile” — kimdavis1970
Roundabout Studio Inc.
5 Reviews
Roncesvalles House
Ideabooks2,193
Questions4
Thanks for the question. It's 12"x36" honed basalt sourced from StoneTile in Toronto. The product name is "Vicenza."
Floor tile - 12"x36" honed basalt sourced from StoneTile in Toronto. The product name is "Vicenza."
Thanks for the question. It's 12"x36" honed basalt sourced from StoneTile in Toronto. The product name is "Vicenza."
“a” — Hazril Ayeir
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks12,243
Questions7
hi, nice work, what kind of white stone is it? granite, slate etc?
Plants flanking the tiles---what are their names?
What are the size of the squares in the basket weave pattern? Also do you have to have different pattern of the 4 x8 travertine tiles to get that effect? would love to get a similar effect at entrance of my Santa Barbara style house Im building.. Thx!
The white basket weave pattern paving is 4" x 8" Travertine tile
love that stone and tile entry way!!! gorgeous!
Mix of Stone in a variety of patterns & shapes. Interest. Buckingham
The idea of a "rug" look in stone or tile
home's four walls to other areas that could be enhanced with tile. Paths, patios, exterior stairs, courtyards, pools, fountains and garden borders all hold wonderful possibilities for getting creative with tile accents.More:Guides to Working With Tile
“Lighting” — erinashdesign
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