Philip Babb Architect
Nancy Creek Guesthouse and Pool
I love this tile can you tell me the material, color & brand? Thanks!
HI, We just installed basalt tile throughout our house. I'm
is the basalt tile slippery around the pool?
Gorgeous design space!! If you are looking for a porcelain tile in similar look, you might like these tiles: ... ... ...
Kitchen floor option. Want more color contrast though
Love the tile mixed with the wood and white. Beautiful. The
I like the tile floor. I think
BLADE Landscape Design
What type of tile is used for the flooring in this photo? Further..does it have any slip resistant "features" given its proximity to the
What is the tile that is used on the wall?
The flooring is a latte travertine, it is also slip-resistant.
What is the name of the tile please, pretty please, I am the third person to ask :)
Wood ceiling is kewl. But needs a high ceiling
What materials were used for flooring?
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charcoal pool tiles border at water level
What is the tile inside pool…amazing design. Thank you.
What tiles are used in decking....this is incredible!!!!
White pool tile through out with a charcoal tile top edging.
The tiles are large format honed bluestone
Honed Bluestone Tiles! Outstanding look!!
wood slat wall...The tiles...Pool Tiles...White pool tiles with charcoal...brown tile patio...pool tile...wall wood with light...Contact tiles to pool...The bench tiles...Pool and tiles...Tiles and bench...concrete - wood privacy fence...Tile bench...tiles of seat bench
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Is the mosaic tile on the sun deck slippery? Is it safe for kids?
While glass Mosiac tile itself is slippery, typically the grout joints keep it from being a safety risk. These tiles are also very small which means there
and advise accordingly. There are tiles available that have a traction surface. They can be coordinated with the tile line.
There is anti slippery mosaic tile. So we don't know if they installed that or not. The only way to find out is by trying it out! Lol
Is this an outdoor tile or slate used on the patio? If it is tile, what kind and the manufacturer's name?
Is there a ceramic tile that imitates the flagston
Tile/ Metal Roof...backyard floor...Slate floor...The tile...Pool tiles...floor tile...outdoor tile...Floor tiling...I love the tile pattern....Reference for floor. Tiles
Pool with Mosaic Wall and Fountain
pool and then a light coloured wood (or wood composite if wood is too hard to maintain).
Where can I find a mosaic tile layout like this? I have a 3'x11'
i wanted to put wood around my pool, but was advised to use a composite. However what i have been shown looks like
I want to update very small kitchen. I don't have much room wallspace
can you tell me where you got the tile. most of what i am seeing is irridescent. This does not appear to be
what pool tile was used here? It's awesome!
This looks like 1x1 glass tiles. You can purchase it at any tile stores
Hi, I'm in Florida. Are the pool tiles 1x1 or smaller? Which hakatai tile is this? UA316M Sky Blue/Mint Green Blend or UB302M Emerald
is this real wood on the floor?
Exterior | pool and poolhouse
with pool, dark square wood columns
outdoor kitchen...Tile pattern...Tile floor...like the floor...tile outdoor...Floor pattern...Floor tile...Stone tile deck
Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping
Beverly Hills Splash
Could you please tell what the wood flooring material is and how it holds up? Would a wood type material hold up in Maryland? And how does
Hello, I love your design! I would love to know the floor used opposite the wood deck. I have a similar deck
I'm looking to pair it up with another material so that it won't look to wood heavy. Thanks.
The flooring opposite the deck is poured in place custom concrete. Thx for your question!
The wood flooring is called Epi, which is a Brazilian hardwood
up well in extreme climates but like all natural woods will grey out and one of the reasons this wood is so desirable is because of its unique rich, dark
hardwood. It is very hard to work with because it is such an extremely hard wood. If it is installed too close to soil or moisture it will "cup" and loose