715 Glue-down cork tile Patio Design Photos

HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Shafer Residence
Ideabooks2,234
Questions3
Beautiful hills and a smooth stone tile surround this luxurious outdoor cabana. Who would have thought it was right in your own backyard?
What is the name of these tiles? Beautiful!
color of stones, wide step-down arched staircase
example of steps down from pool area
I love the colors in this tile
stairs down to back yard
Walk down into the yard
tile flagstone...i like the tiles
“Nice way to raise the pool” — jre2003
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Hangman Valley Residence
Ideabooks1,436
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)
“the combination betweeb metal and wood” — Daniel Lopera
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Green Lake
Ideabooks13,662
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
Fire pit area with rocks and tile?
“Firepit” — Julie Thompson-Skaggs
Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
Ideabooks6,853
Questions4
I like the tile and shrubbery interplay.
metal staircase down to patio
backyard tiles...Nice tiles...Beautiful tile...Mismatched tiles...Love the tiles...love the tile...PATIO TILES...Tile and rocks
“Stone” — lightcap
Jim Schmid Photography
9 Reviews
Advanced Renovation Projects
Ideabooks2,918
Questions1
What type of stone/tile were used to build the patio?
Consider as a step down into the yard
I like the color the tiles
Step down to open patio
Step down patio...slate tiles...Outdoor tile...patio tile...Grey tiles
“T” — markwhansen
Straight Line Landscape
Outdoor Seating Area/Arbor Structure
Ideabooks6,218
Questions3
You can use simple down lighting that is not really noticable and focus on table and seating areas. Many companies supply this or Kichler also make some elaborate outdoor lighting
Low Wall: notice small tiles on top of low wall
the tile on the stone columns
Medit. Tile accents are nice touch
Tile caps on columns
Like the arbor and tiles.
corbels, use of tile
talavera tile accent
Grate and tiles on base
tile in columns...accent tiles
“Outside entertaining area” — candacelou
Allure Designs
5 Reviews
Baldwin Master Bathroom
Ideabooks2,661
Questions2
Like rock feature on down wall and on floor
See how the tile is changing direction from floor to wall? That's what I'm trying to get you to visualize. Won't be this long running board of tile that starts in the closet and runs up
outdoor shower beautiful tile
outdoor shower tile work
the shower and tiles
porcelain floor tile
Pebble tiles...pebble tile...pebble tile...natural stone tile...white tile
“sexy outdoor shower off master” — theppek
Lewis Aquatech
21 Reviews
Kohlenberger
Ideabooks25,122
Questions9
to the jig. Be sure to put waxed paper on the jig! 2. Alternately, you can have the solid wood milled to about 3/8 - 1/4" strips and then clamp and glue them to the jig. Be sure the carpenter is experienced with working with curves.
Love the waterfall and the tile
Tiles and fountai
“Water feature” — scottahrendt
Is cork flooring good or a kitchen?
Is cork flooring good or kitchen?
Cork Flooring? Opinions?
I have to write a research paper on cork flooring for my Materials and Sources class and I figured you all could help me out! Any opinions on the topic?...
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