12,131 pebble floor Hall Design Photos

Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Sefcovic Residence
Ideabooks12,581
Questions7
where can I buy these pebbles ? Need them for my new house. Thanks !!
where can I buy these pebbles from ? I need them for my new house. Thanks !!
What material is used for the flooring in the foreground of the image? Thank you
The pebble floors outside complete it
Floor to ceiling windows on first floor
Rock-like walls, panels for the light n the pebbles
Use floor floor to ceiling glass for courtyard windows? No Frame?
rock along floor. blending int to ext
native stone that can be found naturally all around the property, extends seamlessly from interior walls to exterior walls, as do the pebbles at the edge of the floor.
house, connecting all the rooms on the first floor. "The plan of the house is not that much different from a traditional ranch plan," explains Tate. "We just opened it up and put all the rooms on one side of the hallway." The lines in the ceiling and on the floor also serve as radii just as the exterior
“beautiful” — construction
Eclectic Hall
Ideabooks1,310
Questions2
What kind of stone did you use for the flooring in the breezeway/hallway?
love the glass, the floor AND the unusual lights
love the lights, this floor is so cool
love the floor - need pebbles from the beach with the remaining stones
love the floor and star lights
random stone and pebble inlay for vestibule
“covered breezeway” — cassidy26
Osborne Architects
1 Review
Baer Retreat
Ideabooks8,465
Questions5
what type of wood is the wood floor?
This looks similar to our Bali Ocean Standing pebble tile. Please let us know if we can help with any questions or getting samples. This is a beautiful space! http://www.houzz.com/photos/5158635/Bali-Ocean-Standing-Pebble-Tile-tropical-bathroom-tile-other-metro
this hallway. However, I feel using up lights to highlight this pebble tiled wall would have showcased it further.
The pebble wall and simple wooden bench
An undulating wall covered with stacked stone leads into the main bathroom. The flowing shapes, pebbles and tile wall bring the river to mind. Interior wall, shower floor: Bali, Ann Sacks; tile: Fireclay; vanity wood: salvaged teak; wall color: Osage, American Clay; sink: Wetstyle
“Rock wall” — shainah
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Ideabooks90
Questions0
pebbles not integrated - you can see the square mats
I love the floor! It looks like it's river rock & concrete.
Walking from the master bedroom into the ensuite feels like entering a Balinese spa, with soft pebble-like tiling below the feet and a soothing color scheme.
bedroom into the ensuite feels like entering a Balinese spa, with soft pebble-like tiling below the feet and a soothing color scheme.
Walking from the master bedroom into the ensuite feels like entering a Balinese spa, with soft pebble-like tiling below the feet and a soothing color scheme.
“Way into en suite in capri” — Ingrid Altmann
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Echo Beach
Ideabooks7,236
Questions4
living spaces which extend into the outdoors. Indoor air is filtered through an exchange system, providing a healthier air quality. Concrete surfaces on floors and walls add strength and ease of maintenance. Personality is expressed with the punches of colour seen in the Italian made and designed kitchen and
Hi, would love to know the color of the concrete floor. Thx!!
System One Floors helped us on this project. Contact Kevin at www.systemonefloor.ca for more details. Thanks for your interest! www.kbcdevelopments.com
These are Whiskey River polished pebbles in black. You can get them through our supplier www.landscapesupply.com The pebbles lay in a trough
In the photo above, the floor is concrete with a decorative cement based coating called ARDEX SD-M. It can be customized to achieve the look you are trying to achieve, whether in a residential or commercial space. This floor has a specific shade made up for the client, which
“Pebbles at entry” — Ianne Fasthoff
NZ Builders ltd
Wain Rd - Pre-Cast Insulated Concrete Panel Passive Solar Home
Ideabooks503
Questions0
Concrete floor polished with exposed aggregate, wood trim, concrete walls.
smart floor idea-All the doors swing well above the concrete, so hardwood floors could be added after the kids are grown. “We didn’t want to replace [hardwood] in 15 years after it was destroyed with bikes,”
The floors are exposed aggregate polished concrete. All the doors swing well above the concrete, so hardwood floors could be added later if needed.
“Reclaimed wood wall” — sterlingmcmahan
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Andesite Residence
Ideabooks1,798
Questions1
like the pendants and textured floor
Would be a great floor in shower
Flagstone & Pebble Tile for Front Porch Maybe?
not floors - but hallway of windows/glass
floors with stone, mosaic mix
Love lights and floor ..dream
Pebbles with flagstone
Floor lights and hall
Cool river stone floor
pebbles in flagstone
The stone and pebbles
Beautiful flooring...love the floors...Lights in floor...Stone floor...Floor is awesome...stone floor
“atrium rock floor thicker pillars” — cwtoo
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks1,705
Questions1
The colour, the big glass windows, the pebbles along the side and the flooring
I like the way river pebbles are used in this hallway to blend the interior and exterior
pebbles - similar to area under the stairs. Bridge
I really like this pebble look next to the wall in a hallway. Not sure where we would put that unless we do not have the coat closet in the entry. Then maybe we add those
“Rocks” — propertypeople
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