389,157 tumbled stone Home Design Photos

Iwan Sastrawiguna Interior Design
3 Reviews
Bathroom With Its Own Veranda
Ideabooks8,616
Questions5
wooden house. To indulge our bathing experience, this semi outdoor bathroom is given its own veranda with its own luscious vegetation and niche with stone figurine.
What is it made if? Stone?
Covers outdoor tub for me or the dog. Stone matched to floor
solid tub fashioned out of indonesian river rock dramatic up lights tumbled stone wall covered in mesh backed pebble tile w waterspout
Fashioned from Indonesian river rock, this solid tub is outfitted with dramatic uplights for bathing after dark. The tumbled-stone wall behind is covered in mesh-backed pebble tile and features a water spout, which was custom made by designer Iwan Sastrawiguna. The handheld
Javanese reclaimed wood, an uplighted tub and a mini garden. A stone figurine watches over the bather.
“Tub” — woodiewilson
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
Olive Tree Lane
Ideabooks64,121
Questions236
Is the ledgestone natural stone or artificial stone
can I use artificial stone as the link http://www.cultural-stone.com/e_products/?big_id=1 for fireplace?
Can this stone be plastered onto the wall of an existing fireplace to get this effect or would I need to start again to get the stones to fit
fireplace myself. Wondering how to cover the 6 inch or so metal border at the top and bottom of the fireplace. Challenge for me is how to have the stone tile guy finish this close to the trim and still provide access at the bottom for controls and servicing. Would appreciate if you could provide some
a very important priority for me is to have an intentionally designed quiet home. Homes that have wood floors and hard walls and lots of glass and stone are way too loud for me. How are quiet homes designed?
“Concepts????....but no hearth” — cfranklinct
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Chick Residence
Ideabooks1,646
Questions4
That looks like a tumbled travertine to me. Materials Marketing has something like that, as does Ann Sacks.
tumbled tiles- more of a rustic look
Tumbled stone has a great weathered look
Hub surround with 4 x4 tumbled marble
this works well with the tumbled stone - no marble top
again tumble travertine around bath tub
“Tile” — shromyko
$1000 Off Your Complete Remodel Project
(703) 641-9800
Email Us
Minimum purchase of $25,000
Loudoun County Design Build Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
We are an award winning a remodeling company, focusing on complete kitchen, bathroom, basement & sun room remodeling, with home additions & renovations services. Contact us for your next project!
Sponsored
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Lagoon Residence @ Belvedere
Ideabooks29,325
Questions7
How to conceal home air conditioner by cozy, stone patio
Ideas how to conceal home air conditioner by small, stone patio. Thanks.
What type of stone is the rock wall and who constructed it?
The stone pavers in this image were selected after the initial specification was written, so I'm having difficulty finding the name right now. Feel free to take this image to a local stone retailer and ask if they have anything similar. I hope that
Hi eabarber3, The stone used here is called Winterset and it was purchased from Wheeler Zomaroni in Santa Rosa, CA. Thanks for your patience and I hope that helps!
Hi there, The contractor on this project was Ireland, Robinson & Hadley, Inc. I am currently trying to find the specification for the stone, so I'll have to get back to you. Thanks for the interest!
“Garden wall” — sadiewilliam
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
5 Reviews
Okanagan Log Home
Ideabooks4,669
Questions3
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
What is the wall covered with? Is it tile or is it stone? Who makes it?
liveedgedesign.com/ but you can also find wood pedestals from a company called Stone Forest: https://www.stoneforest.com/kitchen-bath/products/view/71 Thanks!
It is a stone wall tile: Manufacturer: Daltile Series: Tumbled Stone Style: Split Face Mix of Mediterranean Ivory (code T730) and Anchera (code
on: 30:70 staggered Install two colors to be randomly mixed together No Grout required, as it is a rectified installation Sealed with appropriate stone sealer Thanks!
The Forest Stone Bronze Zen sink
Love the split stone wall effect and the driftwood counter
wood continue into the powder room, where a sculpted sink stand from Live Edge Designs steals the show. Sink: White Bronze Zen Sink, Stone Forest; backsplash: tumbled stone, Daltile
“Bathroom” — Sarah Spadafora
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Bathroom
Ideabooks13,311
Questions12
Even a more warm and rustic setting can benefit from a herringbone pattern. This room sets itself apart by setting a tumbled stone tile in a herringbone pattern with a larger grout line, giving it a paved look.
converted attic space, most likely without windows, an abundance of light materials keeps this traditional bathroom bright. From the herringbone stone floor to the white ceramic shower tile, this bathroom feels lighter than air.
“Nice hall bath/guest bath. Calming colors, wall sconces. Shower no tub.” — dlwilliams1022
Ink Architecture LLC
1 Review
New Kitchen in Historic Downtown Charleston, SC Townhouse
Ideabooks10,257
Questions8
When I go on this website there is nothing to search by and tumbled stone is not under product line. Do you have a make and model name?
It is a tumbled stone tile from http://www.tileandstonedesignstudio.com/
The tile is a tumbled stone on the back wall from: http://www.tileandstonedesignstudio
Tumbled stone backsplash
Tumbled stone bs...Tumbled stone...great tumble tile
“love the color scheme” — Marlene Allen
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
Raven Inside Interior Design
Ideabooks71,557
Questions14
Beautiful! Are large tiles a natural stone or porcelain? Thank you!
The stone walls of the shower, the shower head itself
simple brick-stone mosaic accent wall and floor, xl additional shower tiles, double shower head, metal accented door.
A tumbled stone accent wall continues down the floor in this stylish shower.
“rainfall shower head” — jessicaschaefer17
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™