32,625 saltillo pool tile Home Design Photos

Prideaux Design
8 Reviews
textural bath
Ideabooks3,003
Questions5
Did you stain the saltillo or is this the natural manganese color?
Love the design! There are places in Phoenix that will stain the manganese saltillo to make it even darker. Did you do this?
Can u tell me the manufacturer/brand/color of the flooring tile? I love it!!
It was purchased from Mexican Tile and Stone in Tucson, AZ. It is made in Mexico and available at various suppliers. It is saltillo tile - hexagon shape - in a moreno color.
This is Saltillo Tile in a moreno color. There are various formats/sizes available - this is a 10" hexagon tile.
saltillo floors with white subway tile
I like the white all-around and the contrast with the tile floor.
Love the warmth of this tile and the shape - so pretty
“Hexagon shape” — hschuber
CGN Designs LLC
Margo Hallway
Ideabooks3,931
Questions9
you get the tile base board trim?
Where can I get the tiles .... color make size grout?
I am using a super Saltillo that has been
Looks like "Super Saltillo" which has slightly rounded edges and is a little more durable than regular Saltillo. You can get it at many, many tile & big box stores. Use gray grout for a traditional look. Grout lines have to be wide to accommodate the slightly irregular tiles. Saltillo has to be installed
You can buy baseboard Saltillo trim in what we call "bullnose" just like this from Rustico Tile and Stone in Texas. We offer wholesale affordable pricing and global shipping. ....
We are in El Paso, Texas and this is a very typical tile found here in many of the tile stores. It was a random store
“tile rug patterns” — nickihullis
MGB Custom Builders
12 Reviews
Siesta Key Santa Fe
Ideabooks2,650
Questions1
Is this Mexican tile around the pool? Isn't that slippery? Is there something to seal it with to make it non-slippery for kids around pool?
Love the pool with a paradise look
Kinda like the Saltillo around the pool...
like the palm tree with the pool and pool deck
I like the round pool with the saltillo pavement
the "flavor"--palm trees, lots of green(ery), colors, Mexican flavor with tile and adobe
Hmmmmmm....Mexican tile?? Wouldn't that be hot??
the shape and size of the pool
nice pool design coming off of a courtyard
around pool like the clearfield pool for grandchildren?
Use of structures as part of the wall. Also small pool and space doesn't feel closed in or prison like
“Size” — rho521
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Quail Lake
Ideabooks1,780
Questions7
is this saltillo tile? traditional or maganese?
gray "Saltillo grout" for floor and standard gray brick grout for ceiling.
its a pre-sealed Saltillo from Dal Tile I think its ST81 antique red.
ya they are pre-sealed saltillos from dal tile. ST81
Can you tell me if this is Saltillo ?
pre-sealed Saltillo from Dal Tile I think its ST81 antique red.
pre-sealed Saltillo from Dal Tile st81 antique red
like the varied size of terra cotta tiles
I don't like the Versailles pattern with this tiles too fussy.
Daltile Saltillo tile floors in kitchen in random sizes
“floor tile” — lsmanzo
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Lake Home Exterior
Ideabooks2,514
Questions4
what did you use for the pool waterline and what is the color of the pool finish (blue color)?
what type of palm tree are these? are they winter hardy for Dallas? Such a beautiful pool!
It looks like High fire clay, with a Saltillo colors
clean looking and like the tile
Looks like they edged the pool in saltillo, which would be very pretty if we did our outdoor patios in saltillo too.
Nice pool area, but I would need to see more of the lounge areas
Like the stepping stones from the eating area to pool
“pretty pool” — nickihullis
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Ideabooks3,928
Questions5
ranch type home and would like a terrazo/red tile floor throughout. Any advice? San Diego area stores?
How do tiles on a staircase not shift, or crack over time and wear?
How do tiles on a staircase not move,shift, or crack over time and wear?
Where can I find this tile floor? Please if you can send me the information to dudasovakristi@yahoo.com
I am putting tile floor in a California
This is not tile- it is a material called magnasite which was used 1920-1950 in spanish colonial and mediterranean revival style homes. It is a composite material which is poured like concrete then shaped and scored to look like tile or stone.
Did PaveTile also make the stair treads? Hard to tell
Use of tile flooring on stairs
“Escalera iron” — rommyo
Latin Accents, Inc.
1 Review
Latin Patios
Ideabooks8,907
Questions2
Love this patio. Where can I find the tiles? Thanks, Ana
weather. Whether sealing more often would have helped, or if moisture penetrates from below, I do not know. These are authentic, low fire Saltillos. A ceramic or cement version no doubt would have held up much better in this climate.
The deco tiles are from Latin Accents - the source should be shown on the photo credits on Houzz
The tiles have been installed now for 13 years in a overnight frosty winter climate, and every 2 years or so we have sealed them. They are still intact, but suffering because of the weather
don't all want everything to look like it just came out of the box for 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 and patinate nicely.
“Saltillo tile and flower pots” — Ginger Hughes
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Persimmon
Ideabooks3,346
Questions7
Love the tile floors. What type of tile (source)? Thanks!
We are about to design an 80's kitchen..the Mexican tile floor presents some designers and realtors with a thought that the tile is definitely
dated. To replace expensive!!! This design gives be preservation hope. We have a very open concept kichen family and hope to make it more but this tile butts up against a Bruce plank oak floor again, passé' so they say....how did you make the decision to retain the floor and incorporate with other
mixed cabinetry with stainless and saltillo
sloping hills, woods and soft meadows. Siemasko + Verbridge wanted to create a clean but rugged design to reflect the landscape. Flooring: Existing Saltillo TileCabinetry: custom designed, painted poplar frames, hewn solid walnut doors Lighting fixtures: Artemide, Zaneen, Lightolier, Tech Lighting
“widows” — hackettscanary
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