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Transition wood floor
Dining room transition
doorway transition not bad
floor transitions well to wood
Vanguard Studio Inc.
Mix of wood and stone as a transition
Good transition to master...wood and stone
this is a great idea to transition the flooring from living room to the kitchen.
Transition and combination of materials
Great transition...Transition Flooring
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
House in Old Greenwich
transition to family room...possible close it completely off and use as our fireplace/ away room
Built in transition between living room and kitchen
Donna Benedetto Designs LLC.
floor transitions and parquet in the side room
Seemless transition between wood and limestone flooring
Hardwood -marble transition
Great Transition for Kitchen flooring... mimicks an area rug
transition from stone to wood
Kitchen transition floor
Deep River Partners
Lake Michigan Home
transition from one tile to another
Funky transition from shower floor to main floor
I really like the transition in floor
floor transition...Tile Transition
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Newport Fishing Cottage
this stone transition could easily be the vintage brick around the property
Transition betwen outside and inside. Hydrangeas welcoming guest through gate
Love the transition between paths.
transition of materials used
Ceramiques Hugo Sanchez Inc
Bathroom in natural stone with a curbless shower
type of transitions, but the nature and the edge finish of the tile allowed for a more natural look. You can find additional pictures of this bathroom tile installation at: http://www.hugotiles.com/portfolio-items/barrier-free-stone-shower Thank you for your interest in our work. Regards, Hugo
seamless transition down from dry area to wet area
seamless transition from the dry area to the wet one. Tip: Use a temporary dam to flood test these installations. You will need to dam the shower 2 inches above the entry point.
seemless transition dry to wet area - need 2 iches
have zero transition from the rest of the bathroom floor.
seamless transition from the dry area to the wet one.Tip: Use a temporary dam to flood test these installations. You will need to dam the shower 2 inches above the entry point.