12,857 ikat patterns Kitchen Design Photos

LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Row House Interiors Breakfast Area
The Ikat fabric is delightful. Who produces it please?
Love wood table with ikat recovered chairs
A cozy chair upholstered in a bold patterned fabric will stimulate the senses and have you on your way to an invigorating early jog. Well, maybe it won't
anyway, you might end up with a subpar job. If you're smitten with the pattern, ask if you could use it for draperies, an accent pillow or another application
Ikat chair in the breakfast nook
“Fabric on chair” — arbonnegal
Lee Meier Interiors
33 Reviews
Transitional Kitchen
For the stools, I used Robert Allen's Ikat Fret
The floor is porcelain tile in 6" x 24" size and striae pattern.
Coordinated Ikat covered stools and countertop
idea for cushion fabric: Robert Allen's Ikat Fret
Robert Allen ikat fret material
“The total size will be about 60" x 35" x 5". I'm planning on 4 shelves with 15" between shelves for” — saulhouse
Sroka Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
A Designer's Home
reasons that would require one over the other. Something like the hopscotch pattern you have pictured above, you could even get REALLY creative, and rather
tile pattern...Love this tile pattern/colour!...pattern on floor...floor pattern...Like pattern on floor...Flr tile pattern...possible bath wall pattern-bath 2...pinwheel pattern tile
“Window inside a small space” — lorettablin
Stacey Brandford Photography
Sarah Richardson Design
Love the tile pattern. Hate the cook fan.
those tiles look like 2x4 white tiles that were laid in a herringbone pattern but you might also like these tiles chevron and herribbone tiles that already
kitchen backplash: subway tile installed in a herringbone pattern
HerringboneA pattern often confused with chevron, herringbone is created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as shown here. It is commonly
“Herringbone subway” — chriseda1
Mascheroni Construction
10 Reviews
Mascheroni Construction
How did you use to box in the pattern? And how did you get it to match the rest of the tile?
Brick pattern--something like this in white?
You can never go wrong with herringbone, in my book. The pattern on the backsplash behind the stove gives the kitchen a focal point while introducing a
herringbone pattern behind stove...herringbone patterned backsplash...subway tile pattern over stove...Herringbone pattern sideways...heringbone pattern above range...Pattern over stove...Backsplash pattern...Tile pattern...Herringbone pattern...Herring bone pattern...Love pattern of backsplash
“stove” — Emily Watson
Melanie King Designs
7 Reviews
Perfectly White Kitchen
Is there a pattern to follow in the Ashlar floor pattern?
Looking for a guide for the ashlar floor pattern.
CleftStone produces countless patterns to the client's order, each piece is correctly cut to allow for a uniform
We produce countless patterns to the client's order, each piece is correctly cut to allow for a uniform
Tile color and pattern with darker grout
“Floor” — mmanser
studiobstyle Kitchens
faucet: "Pekoe chrome faucet", americanstandard-us.com wallcovering: "Kasari Ikat", fschumacher.com Stove Tile: Jeffrey Court "Arica" glass tile, tilexdesign
Introduce eye-catching patterns and printsNothing captures the eye like a bold statement-making pattern or print. Ramp up it up a notch by
home, and packs a visual punch. More: Mix Master: How to Clash Prints and Patterns Like a Pro
“Wall idea for blinds pattern” — melbel005
robert kelly
11 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
Can you tell me what tile you used to make the herringbone pattern? Brand & size? Thanks!
that the herringbone pattern is situated differently. the v is going up at an angle on yours, but with the white tile the v-pattern is straight up and down
the same Herringbone Pattern or something different...just doesn't quite look the same. I was hoping for this featured tile patterned and this is what I
white and pattern with gray looking grout
Love the tile pattern, maker of tile?
“chevron tile backsplash” — brookeandty
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