14,801 stone tile Entry Design Photos

Possibilities for Design Inc.
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Enclave at Longview
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wood with stone
stone and wood entry design
tile and wood
“Stairway and color scheme” — Jan Mcmahon
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
36 Reviews
Brick Colonial Addition in Crystal City Wins Multiple Awards
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balcony facing back yard, double-sided stoned gas fireplace (between the bedroom and master bath) and a cathedral ceiling. The master bathroom features a large steam shower, body sprays and rain shower, a large double person Jacuzzi, tumbled marble floor and wall tiles with accents. The use of wide plank
Design, Build & Homes. The new expanded kitchen and family room features limestone floors, a new gas fireplace surrounded with built-ins and glass stone hearth to complement the kitchen countertops and backsplash. Use of espresso colored cabinetry topped by a light granite countertop with brown veins
“light in foyer” — dbednez
Lucian Stone Inc
Batieg Beige limestone floor and stairs
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Special size tiles installed in herring-bone pattern and custom edge stairs brought direct from Spain
Lucian Stone Inc
“Floor!” — vkonar
Design DCA
5 Reviews
Modern Rustic Home with Casita
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I like this tile
“Aa” — coolhouse5
Soloway Designs Inc.
37 Reviews
Desert Contemporary 711
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slate wall tile
stone work...Stone use entrance
“glass door” — mbmoon
Gander Builders
10 Reviews
Tuscan Timbers
Ideabooks91
Questions1
stone ranch home
STAIRS NICE TILE JOB.
stone ranch homes
“Color” — chazzam
WW Builders Design/Build Associates
Detailed Craftsman Home
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red brick if stack stone to costly
hmm, perhaps the ceramic tile that looks like wood on cement risers?
Pillars with stone
“Exteriors” — Stephani Whiting
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
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A custom estate with Main house, Pool House, Art Studio, and detached garage. The stone and stucco house, reminiscent of rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the
large concrete tiles with pea gravel
“O” — hels101
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