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ds design studio
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Versaille Pattern in Mexican Noce
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out this pattern? We are doing this ourselves and would love any advice. We considered making cardboard templates and marking the backer board with pen?
Call the tile and stone shops near you and ask for Travertine in Versaille pattern. Good luck. Debbie
Hi Debbie. I love your pattern. Can you please share what sized tiles you used for this pattern and what the pattern is? I don't see a large square, unless it is off of the picture that is shown above
Versailles Pattern Images and found this guide. http://besttile.com/uploads/images/Patterns/PatternA-Versailles.gif Making a cardboard template of the pattern and numbering the pieces by size makes sense to me. Good luck. Debbie
pattern for master ball, not color
“Layout/add copper???” — alex0425
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
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Roundabout Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
Roncesvalles House
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Love your tile! Did you use 3x6 or are these 4x8? I am trying to decide between the two sizes. Thanks!
How do get the tile on the bathtub ? Do you have to build around the tub then out the tile on?
subway tiles these are? Cool for kids room thanks
- the tiles were sourced from Saltillo TIle here in Toronto. For this area we used a combination of 1"x1" white matte and 1"x1" glossy black hexagonal tiles.
The tiles were available in this size from our distributor. We purchased them at Stone Tile here in Toronto.
did you have these tiles cut to this size or were you able to purchase them this size? Can you tell me the manufactor if purchased this size?
question. The tiles we used are actually slightly larger - 12.5 x 25cm or roughly 5"x10". We purchased them from Stone Tile here in Toronto.
“Tub” — Rachael Rockwell
MLB Design Group
11 Reviews
MLB Design Group
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of the floor tile and who is the manufacturer?
bathroom tile. The floor tile is by Stone + Pewter Accents, and the color is "earth slate." In fact, all of the mosaic sizes you see in this photo are also part of the same "tile family."
with the tiled "column" posiitoned approx center. Thanks for your inquiry.......please let me know if you have any other questions.
Stone and Pewter Accents is the manufacturer name. Color = earth. They offer a collection of tile in the same "color way" that includes a variety of sizes ranging
from full tiles to several mosaic patterns.
Love all the rock and tile and the color of the countertop
Like the window in the shower and the tile work inside the shower
border above granite directly to paint; slate floor
“Bath” — bially
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
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Hawaii Kai Harmony
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of the tile? It would be most appreciated.
Can you provide the tile brand and color on what appears to be the tub surround? I'd like to use something
color tile for our master shower, because we are using merlot color stain throughout our home. This looks very close. He wants a more brown beige tile, and I am concerned it's going to have a certain look i don't want. this looks creamy/beige/brown and looks really nice. So, could i get the name
blue tiles in between beige on floor
floor tiles; keying in the floor...could match other accents
Tile floor with mirror and dark cabinet
I like the wall and tile colors.
Flooring is beautiful. Room has a soothing elegance.
“flooring” — kimberlybenner
Beau-Port Kitchens
Painted Oak Kitchen
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Where can I find this flooring and is this sandstone? What type? Costs? Thank you
The flooring is an antique effect limestone. We didn't arrange any of the flooring on this particular project, but we have used a similar product which comes out at roughly £90 per square meter (inc. fitting). Hope that helps.
The flooring is an antique effect limestone. We didn't arrange any of
of the flooring on this particular project, but we have used a similar product which comes out at roughly £90 per square meter (inc. fitting). Hope that helps.
Ceiling and tile floors for addition
tiles in soft red would match the cherry wood and look a little bit like concrete/old tiles
“My wine space.” — lmgraff
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
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Arts Crafts Kitchen
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What kind of flooring is this...
what product is the argyle tile floor
e the flooring, what is it?
diamond tile pattern, maybe inside our existing wood border.
This floor is fantastic. What is it?
like the idea of creating a pattern in the floor using
with oak, floor design, antique range
dark green tiles are more like what I want
argyle pattern of tiles on the kitchen floor makes a refreshing alternative to the usual checkerboard design.
“PBP” — kritser
Caden Design Group
Kitchen/Bath
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is it tiles or slabs? Beautiful job
dark floor tile with light wall tile
Example of tiles in different sizes laid to create a pattern - too traditional I think ...but wanted to show the option
Too dark, but like the mix of regular tiles to create pattern.
Like the large tile floor
Long bath-pattern of floor tile.
dark tiles, light wood...
Floor/white counters
I like flooring tile pattern
Floor tiles and vanity
Wall/floor/wood combo
Floor pattern...Love the flooring....the tile pattern...Tile size...tile floor...Black tile...long floor tiles...tile pattern...Floor tiles...Floor design...6x24w12x24 on floor...cool floor...floor tile...Wall tile...Brown floor...tile floor...dark floor
“Vanity and countertop/sink” — reinkecj
Tony Crisafi / Drex Patterson
Representative Project
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know what tile this is please?
Love the color of the floor
We are doing our kitchen floor and back entry,. I was wondering where I could purchase this flooring. I looked at the site Terracotta floor. Couldn't find
parfieulle tiles which are salvaged ceiling tiles typically found in France, Italy or Spain. There are new ones available hand finished similar to the originals.
Hi, this is TERRACOTTA FLOOR. We offer very large range of ANTIQUE SPANISH, ITALIAN AND FRENCH TERRACOTTA TILES. If you have interest check
Love the tile- maybe for the kitchen?
tile color- terracotta pavers "maison francaise antique"
like the floor and the ceiling in the galllery
“Rustico” — anohara
In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it...
Our dear Houzz Mark, has created me two new Easter bonnets. Help me decide which one best suits me;)) Please comment why;)
Drop ceiling vs bare ceiling
This is a 9' * 11' bedroom in the basement. We are debating whether to take off the drop ceiling tiles. The height is 7' from floor to the drop ceiling....
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