668 Glue-down cork tile Patio Design Photos

Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
Ideabooks6,402
Questions4
I like the tile and shrubbery interplay.
metal staircase down to patio
open stairs down to yard
backyard tiles...Nice tiles...Beautiful tile...Mismatched tiles...Love the tiles...love the tile
“tangga naik atas” — Irene Marcus
GIL WALSH INTERIORS
11 Reviews
Vero Beach
Ideabooks23,087
Questions10
Are these tiles concrete which are 1 inch thick or are they ceramic .
what is the name and phone of the tile company?
Hello, Greg, we can supply the cement tile, and pattern can be customized. Welcome any inquiry.
Love your Encaustic Tiles. One of the nicest outdoor setting we've seen on Houzz
Very discrete screens at top of arches to roll down PRN, cream and blue simplicity with color in floor, Encaustic Tiles!
Victorian tiles, Cuban tiles, hydraulic tiles and Mission tiles. Sabine Hill Cement Encaustic Tile Granada Tile The Cement Tile Shop,
Intricately patterned Mediterranean tiles create a welcoming floor in this loggia. A weather-resistant floor
as showers, are fine, but cement tile installation on walkways around pools is not recommended, because water-treatment chemicals will damage the tile.Durable, decorative and environmentally friendly, cement tiles may just take the cake!Your Floor: How to Shop for Tile
“Muy lindos los colores y su combinacion” — koki2310
Froglet Moss
storage box bench in the courtyard
Ideabooks4,614
Questions4
sempervirens layered hedge provide privacy, formality and a calm green backdrop to the courtyard patio. Fence: lattice was attached to to the existing run down fence and painted a very deep (almost black) blue. The dark color helps the fence recede and makes the green foliage stand out. The lattice brings texture
what color are the tiles please..
the feelings of privacy and safety. Consider also adding a water feature if neighbors are close — it will mask your own conversations as well as cut down on chatter from the other side of the fence.
“chest” — jenaturnley
Shelley Gardea
Courtyard
Ideabooks5,438
Questions2
How do you care for Saltillo tile?
the rundown on caring for Saltillo Tiles: For Cleaning: Before you clean your Saltillo tile, test it for its absorption rate. Place a couple of water drops on the surface and see how quickly they are absorbed. If the drops are absorbed in two seconds or fewer, the tile is very porous. If it takes one to
three minutes, the absorption rate is low. Saltillo tiles vary in their absorption rates depending on how they were sealed. If your tile is extremely absorbent, it probably has not been sealed. Use a residue remover followed by a commercial Saltillo tile cleaning product. If your Saltillo has a low absorption
a commercial sealant. Aldon Chemicals makes products specifically for Saltillo tile, or contact a professional in your area for products. For Maintenance: The best way to avoid the laborious chore of cleaning Saltillo tile is careful maintenance. Wipe up spills and dirt right away to prevent stains and
“Outdoor patio” — 210norwood
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Hangman Valley Residence
Ideabooks1,357
Questions2
Both indoor and outdoor living areas are promoted by the building’s harmonious relationship with the natural environment. The undulating form steps down the hillside to frame incredible views of the landscape and surrounding golf course from every point in the house and a combination of decks, bridges
Patio Idea with the indoor outdoor concept not sure about the tiles
tile pattern seems more random - less cookie cutter
Outdoor tile (w/o the hideous light colored ones)
“interesting cement patio -- stamp current cement?” — koganroach
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Green Lake
Ideabooks12,916
Questions18
to get an idea. we love the look but I'm afraid they will get kicked up or washed away with rain/wind, etc. Do you know of any product (like a clear glue or something) that we could mix with the loose river stone so that we can still get the look of the loose stone but make sure it stays in place?? Thanks
on stones between gaps? - We just created a patio just like this. We got 24"x24" concrete pavers from home depot and we left a 2" space between the tile. We are trying to figure out what stone/sand to put between the spaces. We were advised to look into Gator Polymeric Stone Dust since its meant for
I love the pea gravel with the square tiles.
Could do a grid pattern like this. Pebbles/river rock between tiles?
“firepit” — dshevock
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks7,983
Questions3
Geometric tile look. Very clean to offset rough look of timbers
want a back porch- like the wooden steps down- do in trex with just concrete slab for base of covered portion- do columns similiar- on side wall
Like the covered porch and step down to the bluestone patio
Porch step down. Matierals.
Cement/tile coming off the patio
Step down patio from house
Saw cut like tile...patio down the road
“Garden” — Sophia Schalekamp
Jim Schmid Photography
9 Reviews
Advanced Renovation Projects
Ideabooks2,631
Questions1
What type of stone/tile were used to build the patio?
Consider as a step down into the yard
grey slate tile for our patio :)
Step down to open patio
Lighted stairs down from porch
Step down patio...slate tiles...Grey tiles...Slate tile patio
“floor” — jamesknowles1
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