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This kitchen came up in a search for "1 cm porcelain counter". Is this a porcelain countertop?
I am looking for a source in the US for the thin porcelain countertops that are in Germany now. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Beautiful kitchen!!
through a charcoal filter. It also has a series of lights on dimmers.The drawer fronts are laminated in a porcelain veneer. "We were going to do normal laminate, but we came across these porcelain tiles and had them laminated to a high-grade plywood," says Rowell. "And they're easy to clean."Refrigerator:
r: KitchenAid; cooktop and oven: Wolf; dishwasher: Optima, Miele; microdrawer: 24 inches, Wolf; tiles: porcelain, LaNova Tile; countertops: Caesarstone, Buttermilk
What is the name and color of the tiles used?
Love the tiles you used inside the shower. Where can I get them?
doesn't look like any bullnose tile is used. How is that? Thank you
This was marble tile and the edges were polished where they were exposed.
These tiles were from Centura Tile, here in Vancouver. They were a white marble (honed finish). They came in a 12" x 24" format and had a selection of complimentary mosaics which I used in the shower as a
good, small horizontal tiles for shower feature wall.
Stone tile versus porcelain tile. This choice comes up constantly. Personally, I prefer porcelain. A shower is one of the wettest places on the planet, and porcelain tile is nearly impervious to moisture migration.
Kirstin Havnaer, Hearthstone Interior Design, LLC
Contemporary Northwest Bathroom
this tile because while it may look like marble, it's actually porcelain. And if you know anything about tile, porcelain is much tougher and more durable. That way my client could remodel this bathroom to be elegant, yet stand the test of two small boys and their abuse! Great find. The glass tile accents
accents came from the folks at Lunada Bay Tile who have and endless supply of spectacular product.
Love the marble look tile. Can you tell me the name and manufacturer?
Field tile is Vallelunga, Sophia in White (...) and the glass tiles are Lunada Bay, Sumi-E in color Hida Natural (...)
Porcelain Tile I like (the white part)
porcelain tile that looks like marble like the accent tile too
The glass tile accents came from the folks at Lunada Bay Tile who have and endless supply of...
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How was the cement floor and tiling joint sealed?
I just asked another question about the tile - but found the answer so sorry about the
The bathroom wall tiles are porcelain cut from
i think i like the tall walls with the long tiles. also some of the other furnishings.
smooth easy to clean floor, large tiles, wood details
love concrete stained floor, color/feel of wall tile, with wood accents
quite a bit of work on the house, including much of the finish work, such as building this bathroom vanity from reclaimed oak. The bathroom wall tiles are porcelain cut from Stonesource, and the floors are simple polished concrete. Makeup mirror: Jerdon; big mirror: Restoration Hardware; sink: eBay
Michael Knowles, Architect
Madison Park Residence
What is the size and type of floor tile?
Lower tile in shower, glass shower doors
Floor tile: matte porcelain hex mosaic, Ann Sacks; border tile: honed
Floor tile and crown molding for second bath
tiling at top of shower. Vanity is okay
Separate his/her mirrors. No gap in vanity, all cabinets. No tile above sink, though want a higher splash guard
The new master bathroom layout includes everything the couple wanted, including a double sink and a custom vanity. Floor tile: matte porcelain hex mosaic, Ann Sacks; border tile: honed Calacatta marble; sconces: Carlton, Brass Light Gallery; wall paint: Collingwood, Benjamin Moore
what about the design behind the stove? How to do it? what tile?
Hi wonderful work! The back splash tile is listed in answers as Walker Zanger Heirloom white, but what about the design/pattern behind the stove? Is that the same tile? How do you create that design and are there close up pics available
What type of tile did you use for the floor here?
What color did you use for the cabinets? Also, what tile did you use for the back splash. It all looks great!
What are the tiles on the backsplash?
It is a porcelain tile that looks like french limestone and lagos azul.
Designer mentioned in another photo (same kitchen, different view) that it is porcelain tile.
967 on cabinets, Marcello Counter Stools, Floor - Porcelain looks like French Limestone, Counter - Calacatta marble, Island 45" x 109", Island 2cm Marble with laminated edge
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
A powder room
Where did you get your floor tiles from?
This looks like Merola Tile's Metro 2" Hex Porcelain Mosaic. It can be purchased online on Home Depot.com. ...
tiny powder room sink. I like the hex tile floors.
Did you know that classic white hexagonal tile is porcelain? It is thinner than standard floor tile and comes on a mesh backing for ease of installation.
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
My Houzz: Provence by the lake
Beautiful kitchen! What kind of floor tiles are those?
Hello - What tile did you use? Brand and color please, if possible :)
can you tell me the color and name/brand of the backsplash tiles? Thanks.
backsplash is a marble subway tile. I purchased these at a tile shop called All Set Interiors in Toronto. I don't have the brand as I believe this was the only style they carried for marble subway tile
Hi there, the backsplash is a marble subway tile. I purchased these at a tile shop called All Set Interiors
perfect example of what I envision for our kitchen. Except hardwood instead of tile.
gum wood trim. Cabinets: Martha Stewart Collection, Home Depot; knobs: Fountain knob, Anthropologie; pulls: Lee Valley; tiles: Leonardo porcelain stoneware, 12 by 24 inches, Deco Tiles; pendant light: Living Lighting; general contractor: Bill Connelly; electrician: Costa Rallis