35,575 slate on the bias Home Design Photos

Anchor Builders
10 Reviews
Cape Cod Whole House Renovation
Slate floor entrance
colors with the slate flooring
Slate floor...Floor in slate tile...bias laid dark tile...with the slate
“color” — Alicia Grubb Ludwig
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
on the bias, the results are vistas not normally seen in an in-town garden. The most striking feature is the moat with its large granite slab bridges, that was created for a collection of prized koi. Beth Singer Photographer, Inc.
Here is pea gravel with a slate border.
Slate tiles and pea gravel
use of slate...CHANEL, SLATE
“stone slab bridge” — jjrodwell
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
It's slate from Vermont. More info in this article:
green slate. It is modestly priced for stone and the owners really liked the fact that is is local to New Hampshire.
Slate countertops: affordable, non-porous, durable. Natural, earthy
SlateSlate is a natural material that’s popular for flooring but sometimes gets overlooked as a countertop choice. That’s too bad. It’s affordable, nonporous and durable, and it looks dashing. I just love the green slate counters shown here.
Vermont slate for countertops in the kitchen. The red birch floors were sourced in nearby Western Massachusetts, and the floors were finished with a locally produced product made from dairy whey. The iridescent glass tiles on the cabinet wall pick up the other colors in the room, reflect light, and make
“Racks above cabinets” — granitegardens4751
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Michael Cadden . Promaster Design+Build
3 Reviews
Family Room
unfounded bias in the older half of the members?
mantle and slate, with the TV above. Also love the wall color and the ottoman.
“Storage” — Eric Beatrice
Silva Studios Architecture
7 Reviews
Blue House
course, I'm biased. I love concrete! If your budget is tight and you need to save money then get tile. Otherwise, get what really makes you happy! Hope that helps, Vincent Cathcart VC Studio Inc. vince@vcstudioinc.com
arch & slate countertops
concrete/slate counter space
“concrete counters” — Yvonne Griffin
Gus Duffy AIA
Award Winning Mid Century Modern
Slate blue and white in kitchen
on the bias?
“colors and lamp” — julie833
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Europe and Asia
look of slate and it really is a timeless material
HI, I put the same tiles around my Jacuzzi but they really darken my otherwise light (but small) bathroom. Have you had experience in painting and sealing over slate?
nice looking tub surroundings BUT i would've gone slate on the floor too. thats what i did on mine and looks more complete
Varied colors in the slate tile
slate on tub...maybe floor and not wall
Slate tiles - this view definitely too dark!
Love the slate but maybe too dark
I like the slate for the back patio.
“Beautiful stone/tiles” — Gloria Borel
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
heard slate is not recommended b/c of unevenness - is this type slate more uniform? It does not look uneven - it is beautiful, especially in contrast w/the wood. This is truly a beautiful application.
floor slate? Pietre Cardosa? Porcelain? honed? Flamed? Thanks!
black slate which is one of the more uniformly thick slates. Some slates have a lot of cleft but this one is pretty smooth which is easier to work with for the tiny grout joints. The reason why grout joints are usually bigger is because it is much easier to install that way (read much cheaper as well)
black slate natural cleft which is very dense and does not flake.
We bought the slate from American Slate Company. They have a showroom in San Francisco and locally for easy pick up. Not sure if they are a national company but I know they have several locations in the SF bay area.
“I like this look for the lower level. The big door, the wood that transitions from the inside to the” — cboyd3000
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