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Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks130K
Questions53
Gorgeous bath - following up on the tile/stone, can you tell us what exactly it is called? is it tile? stone? thanks! you are inspirational!
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the stone/tile on the shower walls?
I was wondering the name of the tile in the shower.
Can you tell me all the information on the tiles shower and floor
color and texture as the tile used there ...
I juat love this bathroom...what type of finish .can I use on these stone tiles to make them look shine
Where can I purchase this tile and shower head?
I am very interested in the tile in the shower and was wondering if anyone might
Also interested in the tile manufacturer & colour
What is the price of the tile...what is the name of the tile...What are the tiles use in the shower?
“Sink table” — whjert
Sara Ingrassia Interiors
7 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks8,533
Questions10
What size are the tiles on the countertop?
large grout line. I'd use it for the back splash and use a simple Cesar stone for the counter, you could mix with a limestone, black, or misty carera color
Walker Zanger Italian handmade, I think the color is Oro. I think the field tile are 4x4 and the subway are 3x6. It's been a while and I can't remember exactly
The ceramic tile countertops & backsplash
Typically either ceramic or stone, tile is adhered in thinset mortar on a tile backer board and grouted into place.Stone tiles are made of the same material
$10 to $50 per square foot installed for ceramic tile; $30 to $70 per square foot installed for stone tile.
material's smaller size.Any ceramic tile that you might choose for your backsplash can be used for your countertop. Glazed tile is best for a nonporous surface
tile color - color but simple
“like the tan tile counters that match the wood floor” — Sandy Smith
Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks21,612
Questions16
Would love to know the name of the stone manufacturer.
Name, size, and pattern of the stone used on the floor.
of the entire floor. Looking at remodeling our new dining room to this stone and the pattern used. Thanks,
trees are figs. The floor is antique Parfieulle tiles and the fireplace is carved travertine from Unique Stone Imports in San Diego. The iron doors are from
were wondering about the stone we've attached a photo of our antique Terracotta looking limestone that is called the Arcane Stone. Very warm earth tone colors
colors can be found in this unique stone selection.
Similarly simple antique stone fireplace mantles can be found in our extensive stock both in the
Stone color and grout color please
“trees in the window” — delainebernard
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Redbud Custom Homes
8 Reviews
Hill Country Contemporary
Ideabooks25,199
Questions20
What kind of tiles are on the walls and floor?
What type of tiles are on the floor and who makes them?
neutral flooring, variation in tiles patterns, partial white wall interrupted by tile prevents it from looking too clinical
about the material than about the color — you can go with natural woods, stone, tile, carpeting and more, as long as they're kept to a subtle, restrained palette
home (though not, preferably, in the same room). Look closer: The muted stone tile in this bathroom minds its manners, but its variegated patterns add a
Location of mirrors relative to tile
“vanity - small but still works” — lauren6095
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Sophisticated Family Home Breathes Scandinavian Style
Ideabooks638
Questions1
nice tri color could use montego stone of slate semco on tub
The bathroom is modern and has a wood-sided bathtub, stone tiling and a rain shower in a nook behind the vanity.Light fixture: Artemide
bathroom is modern and has a wood-panelled bathtub, stone tiling and a rain shower in a nook behind the sink unit.Light fixture: Artemide
“Wood on tub” — amberphilip
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Lilyfield House
Ideabooks771
Questions4
Please could you tell me where these blue stone tiles come from? Thanks!
I would really like to have pebble tile on my bath tub and feel it is doable but have not seen it done anywhere....except
except this photo! Was the tile attached to tub and if so how was it done( directly or frame built first ). Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
'Sea Green' pebble tile. If you would like a dew samples of pebble tile please let us know. We would love to help you find the right tile for your project
surprisingly well to water. You do have to be mindful that it isnt as durable as tiles and not splash water everywhere all the time but in reality most people dont
who makes these blue stone tiles?...What is the tile used on the walls?
“Tub/shower” — Marsha Dyson
Henarise Pty Ltd
11 Reviews
Newtown House
Ideabooks1,582
Questions5
timber steps up for a thorough clean of the tile below when required.
The stones are loose and it's tiled underneath.
There are regular tiles beneath the pebbles with fall towards the shower. You need plenty of extra depth in the bathroom floor
Wall tiles nice. A consideration for the shower fixture. Flooring
Here, a designer used natural stone wall tiles, a timber wall-mounted vanity and matching mirror frame and stepping stones to create a space that’s reminiscent
Here, a designer used natural stone wall tiles, a timber wall-mounted vanity and matching mirror frame and stepping stones to create a space that’s reminiscent
the Maldives. The combination of natural elements – pebbles underfoot, stone tiles and warm wood – all combine to create a tranquil, tropical resort feel
“Spectacular shower idea!” — erikameehan
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
Zenteriors
Ideabooks881
Questions2
white sink, beige tile countertop, sand walls
Stone tiles r cheaper than granite but similar look
Tile over our existing laminate in the boys bathroom?
granite or marble slab but your bank account can't handle it, consider stone tiles instead. They cost less and are easier to install. Or look into some of
laminates on the market, which replicate the look of stone at a fraction of the price.More:7 Tile Tips for Baths on a Budget12 Tricks for Updating the
“Vanity” — suszz
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