114,745 CONTEMPORARY TILE Outdoor Design Photos

Tanby Swimming Pools
Outdoor Pools
Ideabooks23,537
Questions25
So sorry for the stupid question, but is this pool concrete or gunite with the mosaic tiles as the external coating?
The sealling material from spaces between ceramic tiles is black or white?
It is limestone with flamed granite coping stone edge and charcoal mosaic tiles.
Can you tell me the factory that produced the mosaic tiles? I'm having trouble finding the right code for this color. Thank you.
this case it is charcoal mosaic tiles....No it is charcoal mosaic tiles....lay of the tiles. Color too
“Pool colors” — sdhanjimd2008
Armond Aquatech Pools
4 Reviews
011
Ideabooks891
Questions3
like the size of the slabs, still feels transitional and not too contemporary
Tile color...Nice tiles
“Grey bluestone” — The Granite Guys
DrewettWorks
11 Reviews
Collector's Paradise | Estancia
Ideabooks173
Questions0
contemporary pool tiles
“rock covered pillar” — amiliotes
Holloway Pools, Inc.
Colorful Contemporary Glass Tiled Pool
Ideabooks178
Questions0
Really like ledge around Jacuzzi/tub, the tiles and the color
Colorful Contemporary Glass Tiled Pool
“Lounge chairs” — busterchelsea
Marco Antunio
Fabio Galeazzo Brazil
Ideabooks6,582
Questions3
ever does, would you kindly let me know where you obtained the beautiful tiles from?
Linda Goetze, do you still have tiles? What sizes/colors, etc?
I have tons of mexican tiles that i can sell below retail if you are interested
Hi, does anybody knows where can we get tiles like this (table-kitchen)? Awsome. Thanks ben
patchwork tile for outdoor kitchen - imola
love the woven fence/backdrop and tile island
Use colorful tile. Patchwork-tiled table or bench
Use colorful tile. Spice up your outdoor kitchen with a colorful patchwork of tiles. If you don’t have an outdoor kitchen, a patchwork-tiled table or bench
Use colourful tileSpice up your outdoor kitchen with a colourful patchwork of tiles. If you don’t have an outdoor kitchen, a patchwork-tiled table or bench
“What if you painted each tile differently or most the same and some with design or color like what y” — Cindy Faulkner
Acorn Garden Houses
1 Review
Pool House
Ideabooks1,262
Questions2
Could you please tell me where the tiles are from and how much per sq metre?
We make a tile like this at BonTon handmade tile USA
Hi The tiles are from Academy Tiles Sydney and were $350.00 per sq mt. Cooper Range was sourced
This outdoor kitchen is a winner largely because of the knockout tiles. The designers chose handmade fish-scale tiles for
kitchen is a winner largely because of those knockout tiles. “We chose handmade ‘fishscale’ tiles for the splashback for the wow factor, and a vintage copper
designed and built the cabinetry using solid ash. Barbecue: Electrolux; tiles: Academy Tiles
Where did you find that tile?
“barbecue ideas” — kyrabruning
Famosa - The Surface Studio
1 Review
Pools & Water Features
Ideabooks15,065
Questions5
Does anyone know which Oceanside tile this is?
I love the tessera tile, now what was used on the corners? The rounders?
all mosaic tile pool surface, natural tones
effectCons:Depending on the glass tile and pattern chosen, can be the most expensive of all finishesRequires an experienced tile setter educated in the specific
Glass tile is a luxurious pool finish choice. While the initial investment of anywhere from $75 to $100 per square foot (installed) is a jaw dropper,
glass tile surfaces can last almost indefinitely if maintained properly.Cost estimate: $75 to $100 per square footPros:Endless variety of design poss
specific requirements to install glass tile properlyLong installation time
What's the name of this tile?...What tile is used for the rounders?
“Pool tile” — shogan77
Latin Accents, Inc.
1 Review
Latin Patios
Ideabooks9,112
Questions2
Love this patio. Where can I find the tiles? Thanks, Ana
The deco tiles are from Latin Accents - the source should be shown on the photo credits on Houzz
years to come - some folks spend crazy money on "antiqued" and "distressed" tiles and other materials, when if you just use the new it will eventually wear
The Spanish influence is obvious in this tile floor with blue inlay. Bright-color pots add to the overall feel, as do the vivid plants. Almost hidden in
An outdoor patio of Mexican paver tiles inset with blues and patterns creates a lovely, elegant courtyard feeling
The tiles have been installed now for
“um chão engraçado...” — pcnovis
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