3,406 tile hearth Modern Living Design Photos

Works Photography Inc.
Works Photography Inc.
Ideabooks2,961
Questions7
What material is that on the hearth?
as I do not see the answer. What is the hearth material?
Love the hearth! What is it made of and what are the dimensions?
Same question! What is the hearth material.
Hearth ideas: like the amt of overhanging concrete/quartz
wood base running to end of the wall; would reduce depth of hearth in half
“Rug” — choum
Elena Calabrese Design & Decor
8 Reviews
San Rafael Mid Century
Ideabooks2,926
Questions5
If you mean the hearth, it is poured concrete, not wood. The wooden floating shelves are from BO Concepts.
They are not brick, but Heath Ceramics matte brown field tiles.
Hello, The hearth is actually poured concrete, the wood floating shelves are from
the link. http://hearthandhomemarin.com/aimage%20zooming%20galleries/c1515.php It's the Marquis Grand Infinite fireplace. The tiles are from Heath Ceramics, matte brown. The hearth is dyed concrete poured in place. Hope that helps !
The overall feel. the concrete bench, the white surround with wood shelf elements. Maybe a cream river tile or natural brick as surround
TV Beside Fireplace with Long Hearth
“Fireplace & tv side by side” — saycheese1969
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks16,563
Questions14
Regarding your answer on the form for the fireplace - do you thinks this was done as one form with a lightweight concrete mix, or , as a bunch of large tiles? Thanks.
Hi, can you tell me how did you do the fireplace? Is it full of concret or a tile? I'm planning to do one of this in my house. Thank you in advance!
Where can I purchase these concrete tiles?
We've come a long way and wanted to share some photos of our concrete board form tile installed. Contact me for more info lise@2stone.ca
Depending on which 2Stone tile you use the corners can be butt jointed or 1/2 mitred. Here is a picture of 1/2 mitred corners with our board form tile. If you would like more information on any of our products please feel free to email me
“Fireplace and set up” — Erin Lipka
InHouse Design Studio
10 Reviews
Mark Dutka
Ideabooks4,565
Questions4
This is really sublimely beautiful. Is this a stone tile that was used? Would you be kind enough to send me more information regarding the material used on the fireplace wall and surround?
The tile hearth & rock-tile surround with the beautiful wood cabinetry.
another hearth with AV equipment storage underneath
“Storage area does not have to be huge or super wide” — craigswerner
Edward DeLeon
Dowidowicz
Ideabooks2,265
Questions5
Looks like tile I picked out
Stone, hearth - mantel 1/2 way up?
colours on fireplace tile
HEARTH FLOOR OF FIRE PLACE
tile hearth...Art and tile...No hearth
“Wall” — johnknous
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Curved ceiling and wood burning stove
Ideabooks1,570
Questions2
no backing on the wall. Just a flush tile "hearth"
small and flush hearth for stove
close to window? like the tile
tile inset for stove
“love the couch” — Stella Greenberg
Sunterra Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Okanagan Danchuk Residence
Ideabooks3,526
Questions3
you please tell me the company and style of the tile on the fireplace?
Does the tile go all the way up to ceiling? How high is the
What is the tile name on the fire place?
Hi, I am the owner of the house. The coffee table was purchased at CB2 and the area rug was from Home Sense, and the tile was out of from Kelowna, BC from a tile & stone store that shut down 2 yrs back.
where can I purchase the tile?
natural tile could look nice too
FP tile for hearth? Colors similar to kitchen tile?
Easy way to make hearth, striking difference
“Bench” — jskalnican
COASTROAD Hearth & Patio
4 Reviews
Concrete & glass fireplace
Ideabooks2,085
Questions2
This modern fireplace features a concrete tile surround and glass media fire.
tile looks very good and expensive
i was reading about the type of tile used in the project and it is concrete tile. i want to no if there is any other tile that can be used in a project like this that will endure heat from a fire
Actually, any ceramic,porcelain, glass or natural stone tile will be fine in the heat. There are some large floor tiles that would look similar to this, but the effect would not be the same. You have to touch this concrete tile to truly appreciate it. It is as smooth as a baby's backside.
we could have a piece of granite made for the hearth and then tile around
large tile surround w/ wood mantle
“handsome raised hearth” — billinmi
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