6,185 arabesque rug Kitchen Design Photos

Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Merilane Avenue Residence 2 Kitchen
Ideabooks1,426
Questions7
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counter top rug for dining room
I like the rug and the bench top
“2 tone wood” — jaya99
Jeff Herr Photography
3 Reviews
Interiors
Ideabooks1,953
Questions4
The pictures framed tile is an Arabesque tile. Arabesque is a great Moroccan look. As of 2014 we added it in Carrara marble for just $16.95 a sheet in Honed and Polished, in both our Carrara Venato and Carrara Bianco Collections: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cbharabesq.html The other tile looks to
arabesque tile insert with subway tile around
The pictures framed tile is an Arabesque tile. Arabesque is a great Moroccan look. As of 2014 we added it in Carrara marble for just $16.95 a sheet in Honed and Polished, in both our Carrara Venato
“Behind stove” — susankidwell44
Avenue B Development
4 Reviews
Brady House
Ideabooks4,287
Questions5
Love the backsplash arabesque tiles...too much though
Beveled Arabesque tile - in either white or gray
Beveled Arabesque Tile
beveled arabesque tile -
Arabesque backsplash
Beveled Arabesque Tile
Arabesque tile...Arabesque Tile
“I like the windows. The tile is killer!!!!!! Love it!!!!!!” — ninadennine334
Intimate Living Interiors
Rancho Santa Fe, California
Ideabooks40,415
Questions18
ArabesqueFigural representation of living things is not permitted in Islamic art forms, and the arabesque pattern arose as a stylized reference to flowers, vines and other foliage. The turquoise arabesque tile on this stove backsplash and in the pet-food
pet-food niche adds a punch of color to this otherwise neutral kitchen. One thing to keep in mind if arabesque tile is installed at a corner is pattern repeat. Ideally, the tile should terminate at the midway point or at the edge of a tile, so the pattern continues seamlessly on the adjacent wall.
“pet bowls” — krbigham
Facings of America, Inc
4 Reviews
Kitchen Ideas
Ideabooks685
Questions2
Arabesque Tile
Arabesque and counterscape
Arabesque tile; open shelves
Open shelves. Arabesque
“Color of countertop against white cabinets” — 4eyes
Avenue B Development
4 Reviews
Brady House
Ideabooks5,038
Questions6
Beveled Arabesque Tile $16.95 I love seeing the clean and glamorous twist with this exotic pattern shown in a glossy white. Could work brilliantly in a modern, monochromatic space. Beveled Arabesque Glazed Ceramic Tile - Ivory *Sold per Square Foot *8
Beveled Arabesque Tile
arabesque tile...Arabesque Tile
“Backsplash” — Omar Passons
Diamond Homes, Inc.
Kitchens - Traditional
Ideabooks284
Questions2
www.LascauxTile.net / Arabesque
gorgeous blue arabesque tile backsplash
primary blue arabesque love it!
cobalt arabesque backsplash tile
area rug
“Tile” — hsopwith
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Seven Oaks Residence
Ideabooks3,101
Questions5
The tile in the backsplash is a arabesque shape and the Ken Mason Tile- south beach collection has arabesque but I think the ken mason tiles are smaller ( about 6x5 ). The designer may have used a floor tile in the arabesque shape to get the larger size or the black and cream may just look bigger to
“Love the backsplash!” — suspert
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