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Will Marshall wrote:Jun 27, 2012
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    Rustico Tile and Stone
    Here is another example of the San Felipe shaped terra cotta tile used in our Riviera Pattern. It's used in combination with the fleur de lis saltillo. One of our most popular mexican tile patterns! Thanks for the comment pldon! Glad you like your floor!!
  • pldon
    I do indeed. I used the fleur de lis shape only. I also purchased some of the relief-painted talavera tiles for trim. Looks fantastic; I plan to use more. Will post a photo when whole bath is done.
schloppy wrote:Dec 13, 2013
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    Clay Imports
    This Tile was Provided by Cay Imports. Not Rustico Tile. It is our San Felipe design and it can be bought on our webpage or in our show room! Check it out

    Also Check out our Houzz page for other Ideas in your home!
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    Clay Imports
    Saltillo tile -San Felipe Pattern W/ the Natural oil sealer.
Sunlight Staging & Home Decor wrote:Aug 10, 2012
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    Could you please tell me what paint color you used?
Rebecca Kubin wrote:Feb 28, 2015
    virginiavilla3384 wrote:Oct 11, 2012
      4kimmoore wrote:May 7, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Erin Carlyle added this to Great Home Project: Install a New Tile FloorNov 3, 2016

        Cost range. Labor, which varies greatly by region, may be charged by the square foot ($3.50 to $9) or the job ($300 to $600 per day for tile layers). The tile itself can cost $4 to $125 per square foot, and you also will need backer board or membrane, mortar and grout.Typical project length. Three days, especially if demolition is involved. Cement board and mortar usually need a day each to set. Permit. Often not required, but check with your local building department.Best time to do this project. Since it’s indoors, any time of year is fine.How to get started. Assess what your room needs and whether you will DIY. If not, find a good tile person. Are you working on your house this year? In the Comments, please tell us what’s first on your list.MoreBattle of the Backsplash: Mosaic Glass vs. Natural Stone?Browse tile styles in the Shop sectionFind tile pros near you

        Summer Baltzer added this to 7 Ways to Add Mediterranean Elegance to Your HomeJul 19, 2013

        3. Flooring. Tiled floors dominated the classic Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border tiles in these classic interiors. Get this look: Try adding some hand-painted or terra cotta border tiles around your room’s perimeter, up a flight of stairs or framed on a wall. On a budget? A few tiles in an entryway or along an outdoor path can make a surprising impact for little cost.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        hassd1970 added this to BathSep 14, 2019

        window shape - possibly replicate with "box" at bottom for candles, soap, clothes, etc

        jrb514 added this to Arcadia HomeAug 27, 2019

        I love this bathroom bc it's Mediterranean with out being over the top. love the floor.

        Kim Strasser added this to Kim's ideasAug 11, 2019

        I like the floor tiles for the kitchen

        HU-923279325 added this to My ideasAug 2, 2019

        Blue and whit tiles with spanish tile floor

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