3,898 porcelain wood tile Exterior Design Photos

Classic Urban Homes
7 Reviews
Smolensky project
I was curious what type of wood was used on the front exterior. We are building a home in Atlanta and need a product that can withstand the climate. Thanks!
purchased it from Signature Floors in Dallas. It is an Eleganza tile. Hope that helps. Thank you.
Where did you find the porcelain tile?
Porcelain tile throughout most of the downstairs, cork in the play room. Thank
small amount of wood accent lined with windows adds interest
A wood finish with a tile look. We could use floor tiles and mortar them into place. Long term zero maintenance and the resale
“wood tile” — adilshaikh
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Crosby Residence
Is this porcelain on wood? How does porcelain hold up outdoors (ex. rain, snow, ice, heat)?
Porcelain is an excellent choice for outdoor spaces as it can withstand rain, snow and all the elements of outdoors - in any season!
No, is not porcelain, for me it could be coral stone or aged marble for exterior use. Because of the color of the wood i think is "Ipe" but you definitely
definitely could use more options like "teka" wood.
Direction of wood - see how it turns at corner
“Love this curve idea!❤️” — akadoubled
Christopher Simmonds Architect
1 Review
New Edinburgh Project
Is that actual wood? And is it places as a cladding on another structure or is it all wood through and through?
It's 100 year old white cedar siding. The wall structure itself is typical wood stud framing.
could use tiles for the wall finishing
Use of silvered wood looks cool here.
could be porcelain tile
Wood siding/outdoor can lighting
Home elevation -wood and windows
reclaimed wood siding
Elevation in wood...wood cladding...exterior tiles...Wood outside...wood siding...Wood accent...wood exterior...wood & windows...wood siding
“exterior/barn boards” — julietuke
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
Could b porcelain or a stone.
Good mix of dark house, dark wood and light walkway. Not sure how this would work for us, but thought the pic was cool
Like the tile like material on front of house
large scale square tiles, rather than faux wood panels. The problem is the areas where we want to put these are too small
“Like the front steps. I don't like the wood. Is that artificial grass?” — brad0149
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
primary entrance and the western wall of the pool cabana. An eclectic and vibrant material palette of brick, Spanish roof tile, Ipe, Western Red Cedar, and various interior finish tiles add to the dramatic expanse of the residence. The client’s interest in suitability is manifested in numerous locations
What is the wood used here? Any idea how it is finished?
What type of wood is used and what was
What is the wood on the soffit and fascia? Thanks
The wood used was Ipe with Penofin Oil finish.
Wood concrete patio blend. Ipe wood used
wood paneling around the top of the building only?
Ipe wood siding with penofin oil finish
The finish on the wood and the steps
Wood lattice as replacement for front arches
“Pattern” — scottcl31
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
These are basic concrete steps covered with porcelain pavers. Wencke
Steps!!!!! Porcelain tiles covering cement steps.
love the wood storage
and use of porcelain pavers.
Wood storage at...Wood storage...wood in entry...wood storage
“Bold accent, grey and white” — shermandesign
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52
Can you give me details of the tile roof? Love the subdued color.
Are these roofing tiles segments that are used around the fountain surround?
roof tile feature in pony wall
Exterior Façade and Details - Stacked Clay tile Wall - Vent. Pattern grill over small window.
barrel type tile, walls too white?
The classic look of the colors and tiles and roof lines
“Crisscross iron windows” — April Gomez
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Mid century modern. Yellow brick, grey beige and light wood combo
yellowy orange tiles adding a bit of colour punch without being too full on. Matches up nicely with the cedar on the second floor balcony
it on all four sides. Crawford cut up the slabs and used them for garden walls throughout the backyard. The interior's porcelain tiles carry out to the deck and steps. Orange tiles provide a color punch against the stucco.
“Pool” — gericiulla
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