243,621 marble tile for bathroom Home Design Photos

3 Reviews
Romantic Bath
This bathroom is gorgeous: love the arched full length mirror; how long is the vanity? Are the floor tiles polished crema marfil, and if so, how significant is the glare / reflection?
The shower walls along with the main walls were all fabricated from "creme marfil" marble slabs as raised panels.
Love this super green tile, may not be able to use it, but I still like it!
Marble slab as raised panel in shower
talavera (green), stone tiles (white) & dark wood
Like louvered doors between bedroom and bathroom.
“Vanity” — Jen & Ken Stocker
8 Reviews
Coastal Casual
please tell me the cabinet color and what type of marble you used. Thank you.
tile info: where did you get that tile?
Please supply the brand and name of this tile. I have not seen anything like it this size in any of he stores in my area, and it would be perfect for my bathroom I am having remodeled. Thanks!
the mirrors? I'm trying to determine what size mirrors and scones I need for my master bathroom reno and I like the dimensions here.
what is the name of the wall tile and color of vanity
What is the floor tile. Cant seeInPhoto
The mirror is ideal for our bathroom reno, d can u suggest source. Thx
Thank you, The cabinet color is Benjamin Moore 1467 Baltic Gray. The tile is from tile x design and is 4x12 Carrara STBCO412H
“Cabinet in blk and back splash” — helenzatko
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Where did you get the wall tile? Is it porcelain? What is its price per square foot, give or take? Thanks so much
Could you tell us what kind and color tile is on the floor?
The tiles are all from Porcelanosa. I believe the floor was called "ferro-ker". It's a rusted looking ceramic tile. The wall tiles were also Porcelanosa, I don't remember the line, the color is bamboo.
nice use of scale on wall tile and vantiy
wall tile is a bit big, but something is good about it.
porcelanosa wall tile - cool size
“Tile” — Jon Wiley
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
the swell house
this subway tile? we have white 2x8 subway tile in our kitchen against carrera marble counter tops and white woodwork. we want our subway tile to stand out a little...any suggestions???
Which subway tile did you use
Is that a metal tile edge? If so will that not rust? Nice modern look.
What color grout did you use for the subway tile? Thanks!
It is a 3x6 standard tile from Daltile.
What is the tile size Is it the 3x6 Or 8x4 Thanks
Subway tile walls and square tile floor - all white
white subway w/grey grout. looking at floor tile in shower
These are the tiles I want
master tile walls and floor and then curtain
This classic bathroom features a traditional horizontal, floor-to-ceiling application of 3" x 6" white subway tile. Light reflects off the bright white, high gloss finish. When applied in straight, tight lines, the generally inexpensive tile looks rich, polished and very high-end.
“contrasting grout” — cassiebooth
Yankee Barn Homes
4 Reviews
The Tate Post and Beam Barn Home
Yankee Barn Homes - The use of bright whites and soft grays, combined with carrera marble accents, makes for one spectacular post and beam master bath. Note the coffered ceiling over the soak tub.
Beautiful bathroom! Can you tell me what type of tile was used?
The owner says it was a custom tile he got through a designer. He's not certain of the brand.
It's tumbled travertine 4" x 4" marble tiles. I've sent your question to the owner. Hopefully he remembers the brand. Stay tuned....
Love this sink and the marble
bathroom layout.. 8' wide, 12' deep
use marble for back splash on tub area
tile around shower and floor tile size and style
Oh wow! Just beautiful. The layout of tub and bathroom is similar to ours
“bathroom floor ?” — blasky
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Featured in Gentry Magazine & CalFinder - Danenberg Design White Kitchen
What is this backsplash tile. Is the counter carrara marble.
could have the same look as this marble counter? so pretty!
Is this honed or polished marble?
Is that White Granite or Marble?
Beautiful counter top.What is it made of,marble,granite,quartz?
If you want natural stone that is not a marble, look at the various white quartzites.
Carrara Marble - it is mentioned in other comments. :) Rhoda
could stain. The issue with marble/travertine/limestone -- any material that contains calcite -- is not so much staining as it is etching from anything acidic. There is no sealer that prevents against etching. Most fabricators and stone retailers will advise honing the marble, etc. since etching is less
2 - 1/4". The project was completed a number of years ago. We seem to recall that Fox Marble in the Bay Area fabricated this for the client, but are not certain.
“kitchen counters” — Armonia Designs
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Spa Inspired Bathroom
floor! Is slate or tile what is the size and where could it be found?
From the photo I can't quite tell, but the whole bathroom is so beautiful! Can't
Can't tell if the tub surround is tile or concrete with paint, or? thanks!
similar tile in our 'glimmer' collection called Pacific Blue Glass Tile. If you have any questions or need any help please contact us. It would we good to get a sample to make sure it is what you are looking for. We would love to help you with this project. This is a gorgeous use of glimmer tile! Beautiful
This is Dal-Tile "Sonterra Collection" SR-70 Cancun Blue. It is a 1"x1" Iridescent glass mosaic tile.
Dal-Tile 1x1 iridescent glass mosaic tile. this is the Cancun
Dal-Tile "Sonterra Collection" SR-70 Cancun Blue.
“tile” — melissahg
Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
tile, name and where i can find it
what color is the paint please? I have same tile and want to update my small bathroom
It should be Indian Slate, there are available at : www.MarbleWarehouse.com
A nice retreat for a tiny bathroom.
This is perfect for the guest bathroom- claw foot tub already in
I like the tile for the entry way and fireplace
Love the tile : has earthy feeling and would go well with downstairs bath strategy
Slate tile part way up then paint
Don't think small needs to mean spartan.The bathroom addition to Michelle's small home (once a permanent residence but now used as a vacation getaway) is anything but bare bones. A full-size claw-foot tub is beneath a skylight and surrounded by gorgeous stone tile. The key lesson here: Incorporate small
“tile for bill's bath?” — terric69
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