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Inspiration for a mediterranean brick floor entryway remodel in DC Metro with yellow walls and a blue front door

New Country French CottageMediterranean Entry, DC Metro

Photographer: Anice Hoachlander from Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Principal
Designer: Anthony "Ankie" Barnes, AIA, LEED AP

Inspiration for a mediterranean brick floor entryway remodel in DC Metro with yellow walls and a blue front door —  Houzz
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Kenzie Ford wrote:Jan 31, 2013
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    Inglenook Tile Design
    At Inglenook Tile, we create a handmade thin brick tile that will give you a similar look. Our standard thickness is 1/2 inch, and we have various sizes, textures and edges. They are fired to the same temperature as porcelain, and are vitrified -- extremely strong. If you are looking for something specific, I can make new molds for your project -- most of our styles started out that way. inglenooktile.com
  • chatfish31

    what color is the door?


lesleymarie wrote:Jan 31, 2015
rbcola wrote:Feb 5, 2014
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    Delap flexible stone LLC

    Hi Rbcola! Absolutely, yes! Moreover, you can make any shape you like please check out our material, let's see if we can be helpful for you!

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    Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.
    The bricks were custom made for this foyer floor. It's best to ask a mason about whether this pattern would work vertically on an exterior wall.
jackierigazio wrote:Mar 25, 2014
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Ginger wrote:Aug 23, 2016
Jon C. wrote:Aug 11, 2016
stewa032 wrote:Mar 26, 2016
sfloyd50 wrote:Jan 26, 2016
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    Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.

    Hello, our clients serves as their own interior designers, so unfortunately we do not have that information.

Jane Chana wrote:Jan 11, 2016
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    Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.

    This is Venetian plaster in a custom buff color, applied over regular drywall by an artist.

jricha01 wrote:Sep 29, 2015
lawsyes wrote:Mar 9, 2015
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    Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.

    Thank you for your question. We had these bricks custom made to look like something you would find in an old French cottage.

Bunny Langklaus wrote:Sep 6, 2013
  • momof5x
    I had something similar one time, I just gave it a good brush and washed it with a mop ( and disinfectant) A mop will be easier unless there is some special machine?
kristiebaldwin wrote:Oct 11, 2014
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          unionst1954 wrote:Feb 12, 2013

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            isabella_max
            Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Embrace a Few Beautifully Weathered Surfaces for a Happy, Durable HomeNov 18, 2015

            Brick is a particularly long-lasting flooring choice, and many people find it more attractive as it ages. Full of character and visually warm, brick floors are suitable for many rooms, including the entry, kitchen and mudroom.

            lfrederick
            Lisa Frederick added this to Brick Floors: Could This Durable Material Work for Your House?Feb 7, 2013

            Pros of Brick Flooring• Design flexibility. As with tile, brick's modular nature lends itself to an infinite variety of patterns. Running bond (staggered), basket weave, herringbone and others are classics, but you can create a custom motif or a mosaic-style treatment. Brick also lends itself well to paint or epoxy, if you'd like a dramatically different color than the usual earth tones. • Sturdiness. Remember the Three Little Pigs? There are good reasons brick has been a construction stalwart for centuries: It's tough to destroy, it doesn't rot. and it won't require painting or refinishing. Brick withstands extreme conditions and weathers heavy foot traffic with ease, and it's also heatproof. Individual bricks may crack or chip over time, but they are relatively easy to pry out and replace.

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