727 CONTEMPORARY PATCHWORK TILE Staircase Design Photos

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Spanish delight
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How do you keep the tiles in the same pattern as they round the arch?
Everything BUT the tile. I hate the tile. In the sense, that I hate the patchwork aspect of it. We want it
tile up the stairs and arch...The different shapes of tile flooring...The way they put the tiles...Final Project - Spanish Tile Floors
“staircase” — Steve Gray
Marsha Cain Designs
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Paradise Valley Residence
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pour la mise en valeur du patchwork en céramique Intéressant
Colorful tiles on the stairs... But not these tiles
love the tiles...lighting. tiling...love the tiles on steps...Tile work...Moroccan tiles stairs inside...tile on kickplate...Ceramic tiles
“newel” — cnicolelli
Selle Valley Construction, Inc.
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Custom River House
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reclaimed sliding barn door that leads to the laundry room, made in a patchwork pattern by local artist, Rob Payne. Photography by Marie-Dominique Verdier
metal support in the grinder finish. The flooring in the entry way is 2'x3' tiles of Pennsylvania Bluestone. In the bottom left hand corner is a reclaimed
“pasamanos” — deniseburro
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Eclectic Fusion
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Love the tiled stairs. And blue wall paper
Decorative tile in a herringbone pattern defines a nearby staircase. See more eclectic homes
I like the tile on the stairs...Love the tile work on steps...idea of tile on front of stairs...Tile on stares...Tile on stairs...The tile on these stairs...Tile, blue wall...Chevron tile on stair risers...Love the tile...the tile on the stairway...nice tiles...the painted or tiled stairs...tile stair risers...Tile on stair
“Stairs” — wesandpatrice
Homes by Avi
Winchester in Castle Keep
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landing at the top of the stairs? Continuing with wood floor or back to tile floor? Thanks.
also the tiles the grAy is nice
Wood to tile...POLISHED CONCRETE TILES...Polished concrete tiles and wooden...Tiles and wood...nice big tiles...our tile...like the floor tiles...Floor tiles...I like the tiles
“Floors” — kcg10913
MusaDesign Interior Design
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Millennium Tower Loft- Stair case
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love love love the patchwork wood matching the painted concrete
tiled step for apartment
“Acid finish” — Lisa Block
Habitat Studio
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the Bauhaus stairs
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Is each inlay one solid peice? If so, what is the tile dimensions? I tried to find it on rivercity
Great design! Could you please share the manufacturer and color of the floor tile?
The tiles are about 5.5"x36". Each inlay is one solid piece. I hope that helps!
The owner of River City Tile Company Aaron Brown did the tile inlays
Hi there, this flooring is the Augusto Travertine tile from Julian Tile. If you like the look of this floor we suggest you look into both
and Rail" and "Ideal Woodwork" did the millwork. "Rivercity Tile" did the inlayed piece of tile.
It is inlaid Augusto travertine tile...the same as the floor. Good eye!
Augusto Travertine tile from Julian Tile.
Stair inlay - size of tile...stairs to match tile in foyer
“Escalera” — dorismarialis
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Modern Annex Renovation
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Looks like these are tile floors. Note the grout in between each plank. Two colors were used. A lighter color for the narrow plank tiles and a darker color
color for the wider planks. Many manufacturers make tiles to look like wood these days. They're pricey, though.
More of those tiles and the stairs look cool
Looks like these are tile floors. Note the grout in between each plank. Two colors were used. A lighter color for the narrow plank tiles and a darker color
manufacturers make tiles to look like wood these days.
to make it easier to carry stuff up and down the stairs. Flooring: Olympia Tile & Stone
“Stairs” — furop1281
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