499,264 tile trim Home Design Photos

Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
More Than Half a Bath
Ideabooks5,210
Questions6
brand of tile is that, please?
Love the tile -- the shape, size and color. Perfect. Info appreciated!
Really need to find that brown hex tile
I have been looking everywhere for dark brown hexagon tile. Please where can I find it. Ottawa
Can you get this tile in other colours?
but the tile was from The Tile Shop and used to come in white & grey as well.
The tile is from The Tile Shop, which has several locations in the US. Not sure if there are any outside of the US. However, it's actually a matte black, not a brown so I'm not sure if that helps...
The back wall is actual tile. No wallpaper at the moment...although I had to remove a lot of it in this house. :)
The Tile Shop. I think they still carry it in black, white, and grey.
“faucets in the wood” — Jeff Wright
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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Ideabooks661
Questions1
The tile shown in this picture is Apavisa Nano-Evolution black Striato 30x60cm & Nano-Evolution silver mosaico sin fin 10x30. www.materials-inc.com
large tile and like the detail of accent tile Url:http://www.apavisa.com/en/
backsplash with border and large tile
See tile used as boarder at the bottom.
Contemporary wall tile Apavisa
Tiles are also integrating intricate borders, emblems and other ornaments. Shown: Apavisa
Tiles are also integrating intricate borders, emblems and other ornaments.Shown: Apavisa
“Wallpaper border” — myialpowers
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
9 Reviews
Showhouse Butler's Pantry
Ideabooks14,780
Questions9
Ceiling trim is a classy upgrade to a featured room
love the butlers pantry and ceiling trim
Defining room's focal point with ceiling trim
Lattice ceiling trim mirrors floor's tile pattern, and looks like sky--neat
ceiling trim. A bit of layering like this is a nice trick for making a small room feel larger. With the lattice screen as the ceiling plane, the sky above appears more boundless.
ceiling trim. A bit of layering like this is a nice trick for making a small room feel larger. With the lattice screen as the ceiling plane, the sky above appears more boundless.
“okay” — gefrag
Mike Strutt Design
4 Reviews
Pacific Ave
Ideabooks6,013
Questions6
Could you please tell me what tiles were used on the floor and on the walls? Also what is the wood used?
Can I use vinyl tile to resource my counter top
Thank you! What about the trims?
vinyl tile seams and damage the substrate below if it's not a waterproof material. If you apply a waterproof membrane over top of the substrate first, you may have better luck. Solid surface (like the Corian used here) or laminate are more commonly used materials for a counter surfacing to prevent water
Dark floor with larger subway tiles
floor tile color with wood color
I like the grey n white n wood color combo. Love the tile.
“Floor tile” — spareparts
Lucy McLintic
Lucy McLintic
Ideabooks20,899
Questions8
Hi, What is the size of the tile?
Would this style of tile go with small glass tile?
white tile this size with a couple lines that to me look like waves. I was wondering if this type of tile would look good with glass tile above it. I mean the little squares which would be different colors. This is what my vision is.
Halsa Light Natural Tile - nice neutral and calming tone
“backsplash” — eshwedo
MAK Studio
1 Review
MAK Studio - Upper Terrace
Ideabooks23,080
Questions12
I am remodeling my master bath with a traditional look. The floor will be 16x16 tile on point. I am considering 16x24 tile in a subway pattern along the front of the tub, the wall behind the tub, and the shower wall. The contractor wants to use a different pattern above the
What is the tile on the wall?
Is no grout an option for tile?
Hi The floor is honed limestone and the wall is lava stone installed with no grout between the tiles. The wall tile has exposed pocks which adds great texture. Grouting would fill those holes too much. Good luck!
floor tile type, color and make. What is the size if the bathroom Thanks and regards
is there a shower behind the blue glass and if so do the same tiles continue? Love the look but not sure I can use a porous lava stone on a shower wall.
“Colors with natural color wood” — svenandlindsay
CG&S Design-Build
9 Reviews
Purple House
Ideabooks5,316
Questions9
I have been looking at Porcelanosa tile, but cannot figure out the color. The moon glacier metalic crema seems to have a lot more brown in it than this and the blues are more smoky. I really love this mix of color. Do you know the specific tile name from Porcelanosa? I think this one
of the tile in this project is documented, I can't find records for this particular tile.
Thanks for the quick response! Love the bubble tiles!
at this tile, but cannot figure out the color. The blue metaliic seems to have a lot more brown in it than this. Do you know the specific tile name from Porcelanosa. I think this one may have been discontinued.....
backsplash tile is from Porcelanosa; Architerra Studios was our local supplier.
“Backsplash” — ak0900
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Ideabooks3,130
Questions4
elain tiles vs ceramic tiles-what is best for the bathroom?
Where can I get the blue tile?
Could you give me the name, etc. for the blue tile in the tub area and the counter top? Please indicate the size tile that you used. Thanks so much!
Porcelain tiles now come in a variety of styles. You can get a travertine like look now for a lot less money. Ceramic tiles are great, but can craze over time--something to be aware of if you don't like that look. In my book, Home Decor: A Sunset Design Guide, I discuss the pros and cons: Ceramic Tile
Porcelain Tile Pros: Can mimic the look of stone; strong; water resistant Cons: Cold underfoot; grout is high maintenance Price: $–$$
The blue tile on the wall and the blue floor tile look really neat, and
“Sink idea” — oiam1971
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