487,540 tile stairs Home Design Photos

English Heritage Homes of Texas
Hutsell - Addition Lakewood
Ideabooks6,872
Questions1
The tile risers were hand painted to match the style of a neighboring Hutsell home. The tile around the downstairs door matches the tile used in the staircase.
designed our tiles for our moroccan hallway. What did you put on your tiles to stop the paint from wearing off?
balcony...tile pattern isn't our style but concept is interesting
Nice tile accent for outside stairs
I love this tile. For inside and outside the house
Love those Spanish tiles on the stairs
Stair treads, like in this Dallas Meditterranean-style home, are the perfect place to work with patterned tile, especially if they're outdoors. Patterned stair treads indoors do make a stylish statement, but take into account from where the stair is seen and choose tiles that complement the existing
“Stairs!” — Amy Keighley
Mediterranean Staircase
Ideabooks48,667
Questions11
e the stairs slippery without carpet?
do you know where I can purchase the tile?
which you put first the tile or the wood.....thank you
what kind of wood you used for the stairs...
Want to purchase these tiles for our home in Santa Barbara. Where did
Would like to duplicate your tile design
We would love to purchase these tiles for our home in Santa Barbara. Can you tell us where to buy them
getting the tiles to stick ?
You could also put a stair tred of carpet on top of each step which would not hide the pretty tile work
No matter who made them they are good looking. We produce product similar in Southern California. (Clay & Hand Paint) http://www.artobrick.com/arto-tile-collection
These tiles are manufactured by Malibu Ceramic Works in Topanga Ca. We have been making these tiles for 30 years. check out our digital catalog at www.malibuceramicworks.com/digitalcatalog.pdf - page 10
“don't want the bottom step to round the corner; traffic flow hazzard” — wyngyn
Rachel Mast Design
2 Reviews
Casita
Ideabooks5,537
Questions2
accent tiles on the Stairs! Where were they bought....would love to dulicate:)
pattern tiles on stairs and round doorways
tile styles that are not so bright and spanish looking
Nice tile work in house
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“Railing” — jillybean0601
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
14 Reviews
Haute Hacienda
Ideabooks1,823
Questions1
cotta tile with patterned tile on the risers creates interest true to the Spanish style, which is complemented with a custom wrought iron hand rail.
These stairs are beautiful! Where can I buy the beautiful tiles with the patterns? Thank you!
Malibu Tiles, using their standard patterns.
Thank you. It is Malibu Tile. Thanks for the question!
like the way the stairs widen as they spill out onto the patio.
“Escaleras” — christelkss
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks9,544
Questions4
Love the tiles in this photo.
Please tell me where the tiles came from. Thanks.
Are tiles like this cold-climate friendly?
I live in Chicagoand - these tiles would really liven up the drab basement stairwell which I would like my pool
concrete tile called Ancient Stone. You can find them at www.ancientstone.com .
Modern techniques allow custom printing on tile, so you can select your own artwork, designs, and colors. You can have them printed on your choice of tile size. Do a search for 'custom printed tiles' and find several sources
these tiles look as cement or ceramic patterned tiles.If someone looking for similar style tiles,please visite our web site for more information : www.antiquematerial.eu We offer large range of antique wall and floor tiles I attached some pictures
“Riser patterns” — maureenroseolsen
Keeping Interiors
Tile Staircase
Ideabooks2,494
Questions2
The tiles are from Spain, we purchased them from NS
had 6 tiles to select from, you can mix and match.
those tiles. They are deeper in tone that what I've seen before. Where are they from?
Hello! The tiles are from Spain, we purchased them from NS Ceramic here in Santa Barbara. The pattern series had 6 tiles to select from, you can mix and match. Pattern: KMT-Villa series. You may contact the tile store for more information. http://nsceramic.com/ Thank you for your interest! Samantha- Keeping
Hello! The tiles are from Spain, we purchased them from NS Ceramic here in Santa Barbara. The pattern series had 6 tiles to select from, you can mix and match. Pattern: KMT-Villa series. You may contact the tile store for more information. http://nsceramic.com/ Thank you for your interest! Samantha-
“Stairs3” — wanutama
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Duncan Residence
Ideabooks1,012
Questions1
Where did you purchase your tiles from? I love this home. Beautifully done with so much happiness!!
The tiles were purchased from directfrommexico.com.
Stair pattern looks like Persian rug
Mexican Talavera tiles on stair risers.
Mexican Talavera tiles on stair risers..
Talavera tiles on the stair risers. The end result is a beautiful staircase that adds a punch of color.Pep Up With Patchwork Tiles
“ideas” — stephlkelly
Guillermo Campos
Roof Terrace Stairs
Ideabooks1,747
Questions2
Are these tiles available for purchase anywhere? Perfect color combo for me!
Where could I buy this tile in the USA
Love that tile, and would like to purchase it. Any locations/vendors/stores in the US?
favorite stairs for front of house
Terrace stairs with tile face. Idea for outside stairs.
I love the mexican tile you use for your stairs here.
I like the pattern of the tile.
love these stairs, remind me of the steps in the Sunset in SF
should we? on the wood stairs?
inted tile in a range of saturated hues is a traditional Mexican craft, often seen covering floors and in kitchens throughout the country. I love the idea of pairing ornate painted tile with modern poured concrete steps for a look that fuses past and present.
“Entrance steps with azulejo detail” — erinbobbitt
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