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crowej wrote:May 4, 2013
jrutsey wrote:Feb 28, 2012
  • J W
    I have that same sofa table, but I bought it over the Internet a few years ago.
  • inasa

    Hello, what kind of wood is the sofa table?

juiletflower08 wrote:Feb 9, 2012
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    Natalie Blake
    We make ceramic, sculptural wall art tile and have our own hanging system. YOu can check this out at our website:

    It's basically a wooden backing on the tile with a hole cut out. The hole fits on a wooden disk that attaches to the wall.

    Here's an example of our tile for the wall.
  • Francine Tessier
    I work in a hardware store and I'm pretty sure you can simply use epoxy (good quality like PC-7) to attach your D-clip to the back of the tile....make sure you measure the same distance from the top of each tile and perfectly center each clip. Anchor your screws into the wall and hook up your tile! Done like dinner!
lindsaytmorgan wrote:Jan 16, 2013
Amy Fox wrote:Aug 2, 2012
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    I do not recall how large the tiles were. They were from a retail display at Neiman Marcus Last Call outlet store. I think they are 16"x16" but onal not certain.
  • Amy Fox
    Love it, thank you for the response!
Kim Glenn wrote:Oct 19, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    It depends on the weight of the tile. If it's heavy, I'd think about nailing a backing, like thin plywood, onto the walls (in the studs) and then using tile adhesive to that, then grouting in between. Cut the plywood a bit smaller than the finished piece so that the edges are recessed. Cool project, I just might try this one myself. Wall treatments are my favorites.
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    Natalie Blake
    We make ceramic wall art tile and have developed our own hanging system. Basically, we use a wooden backing (glued onto the tile) and a wooden disk (that you attach to the wall). The wooden backing on the tile has a hole cut out of it. The tile hangs on the wooden disk, french cleat style. You can see this at:
Pat wrote:Oct 29, 2015
efasano10 wrote:Sep 25, 2012
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    Not certain ... Its been about 6 years... and I will add that in real life it does not appear so pure white. But thank you for your question.
kpkwshaw wrote:Sep 22, 2012
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    Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
    Those tiles were a display at a department store that the homeowner found. Clay tile with a glazed coating.
kropay wrote:Jan 5, 2011
magdaswick wrote:Jan 17, 2016
    teishthedish wrote:Jan 11, 2016
      Matt Mcgrogan wrote:Dec 14, 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to 8 Budget Ideas for Decorating Your Blank WallsJan 3, 2018

        3. Tiles. Tiles can look sculptural and abstract when placed on a wall, as this room shows. The designer sourced the square tiles pictured here from a department store display, but you can find them in all sorts of locations, from tile showrooms to garage sales to online. Costs will range widely, but you can find plenty of tile for less than $10 per square foot.Search for tile

        Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Creative Ideas for Eye-Catching WallsMay 9, 2014

        6. Floor tiles as art. There are some amazing floor tiles out there. Why not hang a few as art? Check a tile store or stone quarry, or hunt down some vintage tin ceiling tiles (they come in the most beautiful patterns).

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        J StC added this to ArtJun 12, 2019

        The art work are actually just large ceramic tiles that the homeowner grouped together

        Andrea Odishoo Designs added this to Brick Walls In KitchensApr 12, 2019

        Brick butting up against white wall

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