170,003 stone floor pattern Home Design Photos

Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Vintage Bathroom
Ideabooks57,692
Questions45
What material are the floor tiles?
Would love to know the make of the ceramic floor tile...it's a great marble look.
your experience and advice. I would like to do exactly what you did in my powder room, but do I have to run in after every guest to check my sink or floor out so it isn't ruined?
some people love the stone so much that they are willing to accept the risks and be as diligent as they can for upkeep. If you are truly concerned about the damage that the stone may incur, you may want to investigate solid surface materials such as Cambria, or harder natural stones such as Quartzite
shower and the walls are from DalTile, they are 2" x 4" in a color called Arctic White. The floor tile tile is "American Olean - Catarina - Coliseum White.
“the entire thing” — kaminsk1
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Kitchen Choreography
7 Reviews
Rustic Charmer
Ideabooks3,604
Questions9
What is the floor type? Engineered? Pre-finished? What colour?
The floor looks like a reclaimed and mixed width floor. Its very pretty!
This backsplash is a tumbled Travertine. It's a natural stone which is why you get such a beautiful variation. Thanks for the question!
Floors are knotty, cabs are mixed, stone tiles
backsplash, range, backsplash behind range (but in herringbone pattern), cabinet paint
Tumbled travertine tile backsplash, floors, rustic feel - great kitchen
“Kitchen” — jensworthy
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
SD House
Ideabooks4,994
Questions15
specific color the floor tile is?
What is the thickness of the hearth and how far above the floor is it?
Is the hearth covered with a tile, or is it made from a solid stone product?
fireplace elevation from the floor and depth of ledge
information. What I know is that it is12x14 porcelain tile, stack bond pattern with a tuscan leveling system. This setting system allows you to have very thin grout joints. I highly recommend all tile done this way whether on floors or walls (especially showers). http://www.tuscanleveling.com/ Hope this
What type of stone is this exactly?
There is a solid stone finish on the hearth. This can be done in either concrete, solid surfacing or quartz
build out the wall with the fireplace, mansard stone colour
“الطوس” — khaliddahham
Arhaus
Bentley Collection
Ideabooks1,648
Questions1
Can you give details and information about the floor?
images in a private home in the Cleveland area and don't have too much information on the floors! It does look like wide plank Pine flooring though! Hope this helps! :)
Really pretty wide plank Pine/Fir floors I believe. I love them!
Carpet. If oriental I like this a bit more than drker patterns ive seen
Like wide planked dark floors. Like natural timbers
Wide plank floors - too dark?
Like the whole ceiling! Like the plain plaster walls. Floor must be lighter
Floors are awesome. Want to figure
“Floors” — brownnm
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
Betsy
Ideabooks2,976
Questions6
feeling of their space, but add a little more distinction between the different zones of the first floor. By adding a structural half wall with custom shelving, we combined design and function. A stone fireplace flanked by arched windows is the main focal point of the room, while a comfortable gray section
Where is the white floor lamp from?
What type of stone is on the fireplace.
I like the amount of sunlight in the room. I like the position of the tv because it is not installed high on a wall. I love the stone fire place. I also like the openness
Flooring to light coloured throws and area rug.
“like the use of stripes” — eagemm
Jane Kelly, Designer for Airoom LLC
3 Reviews
Naperville Display
Ideabooks9,183
Questions7
Who makes that porclain wood floor?
I designed the pattern for Ann Sacks-- It's named after my daughter Grace, and yes, it is Beau Monde in all Calacatta stone, made by New Ravenna mosaics. Bird44, you know your stone!
If I had a white marble on my island but darker granite or stone on perimeter counters, do you think I could still use this gorgeous backsplash?
Tile used for backsplash, may be nice for floor.
backsplash - looks like Ann Sacks stone mosaic (my future upper wall tile???)
Ann Sacks Grace Custom Stone Mosaic
“Backsplash” — blee35
J.S. Brown & Co.
27 Reviews
Powder Room 1
Ideabooks3,573
Questions10
Moderne Imperial Pattern by Walker Zanger
This is the exact floor tile I'm looking for. Is this by Walker Zanger too? If so, what is the name of it?
and it will give you more information. The toilet is by Kohler and the sink is made by Stone Forest. Thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown & Co.
Yes, this is the Papillion CP-18-WB weathered bronze by Stone Forest - J.S. Brown & Co.
your cursor over the photo and you'll find the tags. This great sink is by Stone Forest. :) Rhoda
The Cambria Quartz top is approximately 36" wide x 16.5" deep at it's widest point. The Stone Forest Papillon sink is an organic egg shape in bronze. It's very heavy! The size is approximately 6 x
Thank you for the comments Mary! The border tile is the same glossy finish as the rest of the wall tile. I think it's the high relief of the pattern that's throwing you in the photo. Grout choice does make a huge difference in the prominence of the seams, but they are never invisible. Luckily there
“Powder” — liqionghao
Osborne Architects
2 Reviews
Baer Retreat
Ideabooks8,649
Questions5
what type of wood is the wood floor?
How did you grout without losing the stone depth?
they come on a net. Bali "stacked stones" ann sacks
An undulating wall covered with stacked stone leads into the main bathroom. The flowing shapes, pebbles and tile wall bring the river to mind. Interior wall, shower floor: Bali, Ann Sacks; tile: Fireclay; vanity wood: salvaged teak; wall color: Osage, American Clay; sink: Wetstyle
“Pebble wall” — ofcesar
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