5,896 ceramic-tile Landscape Design Photos

Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
What kind of tile is this? Size? Beautiful!
what kind of tile is used?
Can you tell us if this patio is out of real stone or porcelain tile a
Combo of tile, stone and greenery
T i like the dark concrete more than this tile
Tile, wooden sculptures.
Tile looks good...TILE and benches
“Sunken boulder” — suzymatt1
GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Ceramics arts
functional and decorative ceramics arts useful for seat and play
Funky custom ceramics that look like rocks
I love these ceramic "boulders!"
Ceramic rocks....art boulders.
ceramic garden sculpture
Ceramics arts...ceramics arts
“Boules de bois” — webuser_567562
Cross River Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Hilltop Tuscan Mansion
My husband & I fell in love with a travertine tile, then the sales lady told us about the risks of stain. Has anyone installed this before & were you happy with the results including wear?
of staining. If you're still concerned about the upkeep, consider porcelain tile. Porcelain is a man-made substance and the result is a material that is much denser and tougher than the average ceramic or natural stone tile. Because porcelain is man-made, it can come in virtually any size, shape or color
the tile will generally absorb zero to one half of one percent of the moisture that it comes in contact with. Porcelain tile requires little upkeep, only occasional cleanings with soap and water, or a window cleaner for tougher messes. Porcelain tile is also generally cheaper than travertine tile because
“אבני שפה ודשא ביניהם” — yifatginzberg
Astrid Gaiser Garden Design, LLC
Very drought-tolerant, low maintenance, and year-round beautiful garden
irrigation, succulents, California Native plants, Mediterranean plants, arbors, gates, flagstone path, permeable pavers driveway, boulders, mulch, slate tiles Photo Credit: Anna Maria Irion / Astrid Gaiser
the porch tile, and low drought plants
Possible color styles for the future tiled porch.
tile on porch floor and steps
I like the tile for my porch
“Front walk” — peakdesigns
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal mediter-asian
Urns. Generally made of glazed ceramic, large urns are an excellent way to add color and sheen to your landscape. Although they don't typically offer much in the terms of functionality, they do a nice job of adding a punch of color to an otherwise dull corner.
coastal mediter-asian with ceramic pot
ceramic pot...ceramic outdoor pot
“our fencing” — yasdoc55
Roc+Solid Land Design
8 Reviews
Hill Country Prairie Garden
Love the tile on the stairs!
Whimsical tiles on front or. Side doors
A clever use of tiles makes an artful welcome to this Austin home.
Love the tiles and flowers!
Outdoor steps tiling
Spanish tiles...Hand painted tiles...I like the tiles...tiles on t steps...Steps with tile...Colour tile steps...Mexican Tiles...moon and bird tiles...tile stairs...Tiled steps...painted tiles...talavera tiles
“Love the tiles and flowers!” — susanb92
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Sweet Bottom Plantation - No. 13 The Battery
tile rug design for front hall
adding a patch of structured tile design amidst soft-laid
Tile pattern....Tiles outside...tile floor...tile mat for front...Blue tile...Tiled entryway...marble tile
“Pots” — cmansolillo
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Radnor Street
hi there, can you please tell me what the large grey tile decking is around the pool?? its great!! thanks!!
What is the material of the hot tub? Is this black glass tiles?
Yes, sure is. They are a glass mosaic tile. In this instance they were Bisazza tiles. http://www.bisazza.com/
Hi. It's not a tile. It's sawn natural stone. This stone is 500 x 1000mm Chinese bluestone or basalt depending on where you source it from.
love the size of these tiles
everything - but also the big tiles - simplicity
large grey tile = bluestone or basalt -- but this house is in melbourne..
“Stone” — pedrok947
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