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- (Floor tile) A ceramic, glazed or unglazed paver, quarry or mosaic tile resistant to abrasion and impact.
- Glazed or unglazed or natural stone tiles of sufficient strength, impact and abrasion resistance to withstand the weight and wear of foot traffic.
- A room containing a toilet
- toilet: a room or building equipped with one or more toilets
- A room containing a bathtub or a shower and usually also a washbasin and a toilet
- A bathroom is a room that may have different functions depending on the culturalist context. In the most literal sense, the word bathroom means "a room with a bath".
- A set of matching units to be fitted in such a room, esp. as sold together
- a room (as in a residence) containing a bathtub or shower and usually a washbasin and toilet
- A pebble is a clast of rock with a particle size of 4 to 64 millimetres based on the Krumbein phi scale of sedimentology. Pebbles are generally considered to be larger than granules (2 to 4 millimetres diameter) and smaller than cobbles (64 to 256 millimetres diameter).
- A small stone made smooth and round by the action of water or sand
- (pebbly) gravelly: abounding in small stones; "landed at a shingly little beach"
- a small smooth rounded rock
Bianco Carrara White Marble 2 X 4 Honed & Beveled Brick Mosaic Tile - 6" X 6" Sample
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seduced by California; thwarted by fog
This past Friday I flew into San Jose where Ara, Nathan, and Sarah greeted me. We drove to the hills, where we met up with the bride and groom who we were there to shoot. A short drive to Carmel and the fun began.
Ara and I went with the bride and groom to the ocean, where in the near 70 degree weather we frolicked in the surf, took their photos, with Pebble Beach Golf Course on the bluffs above. We attended the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner, and then we made our way to our hotel in Monterey.
The hotel...what an experience. The room reservation was botched, the rug in our room had a very distinctive iron-shaped burn on the floor, and Nathan and I are pretty sure that was a blood stain on the shower curtain. Aren't shower curtains like a dollar at the Dollar Tree? The room was at least three shades of pink, oddly though it had impeccable beautiful high-gloss, polished granite tiles on the bathroom floor. The owners clearly ran out of money after the tiling job. Evidence? The ice bucket was from a Days Inn. We were not at a Days Inn.
Ara and I went as a team to ask to borrow an iron (after all, there was proof one existed at the hotel at some point on our floor), and we also needed extra towels as we had four people in our room.
The hotel manager grunted as he gave us an iron and ironing board. But oh, when we asked for towels it was all over. "You already have TWO in your ROOM!" he snapped.
We stared at him.
He finally grunted again, unlocked a closet, and gave us two more washcloth-sized, thinning towels. Who knew there was a towel shortage in Monterey?
The wedding was a smash, at L'Auberge Carmel. The funny notes here are that the bride wore a dress a bride I shot two years ago in NH wore, and the wedding in Sedona I shot a few years ago was held at L'Augberge Sedona. Small world in those classy joints! The Villa was beautiful, the bride was stunning, the ceremony short and sweet. Photos from that will follow at some point, but I was the second shooter (it was Ara's gig) so I will let her post her shots first. : )
Sunday we made our way to Santa Cruz, where sadly the roller coasters weren't open yet, but we continued north to a different Pebble Beach where our feet were exfoliated, we collected pretty things, and found a roly poly fish head on the beach. By afternoon, we were enjoying smoothies in San Francisco. Nathan and I shared a drink in a bar where we found a giant white rabbit and a woman with a mustache and a fez at the bar! And we thought Portland was weird.
Sunday night brought us excellent Greek food, a visit to a sex shop where we ogled antique sex toys, and ice cream at one of my favorite ice cream shops in the world, Bi Rite Creamery. Salted caramel ice cream, you say? Check!
A night on a hillside in Oakland with friends of Ara's and Nathan's, where we had luxurious and soft towels galore, and a morning at Kate's Kitchen near Haight and Fillmore. Delish!
On our way out of the city we tried to shoot the Golden Gate. The fog bank was amazing, and kept teasing us, fleeting glances of the bridge. At times it was a ghost bridge, we could hear it, but see no more than a few feet in front of us. After much rain, wind, and hopes, we gave up and made our way back to Oregon.
Despite a claustrophobic panic attack, and a painful hip cramp north of Eugene where I had to have Nathan pull the car onto the side of the road and I threw myself to the ground and popped my hip in and out of joint until it felt better, it was an amazing weekend.
I cannot remember the last time I stayed up laughing and screaming and crying over obscene comments for an hour after we turned the lights off, it was like a sleep over from high school, only way better. The company could not have been better. The food was amazing. The weather was perfect. The sights, the sounds, the experiences, it was a weekend I will never forget!
metallic peel-n-stick leaves bathroom mirror projects 005
All of the bathroom mirrors here were pre installed by the contractor & one even had a broken out missing corner. They can't really be taken out easily I was told, without a whole lot of bother or effort. They were some sort of super-glued into place & to try to remove them might even take some of the wall with them !
This was my "solution".
You can no longer see the missing corner.
I bought metalic peel& stick online & cut the leaves using my beloved Sizzix.
I love the shadowplay
pebble floor tiles bathroom
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A subtle mix of pale greens, Pebble Creek gives the impression of dark stones beneath passing water. This calm combination could easily stand alone.
Other colors are available in our Amazon Tile Store.
Piazza is a word derived from the Italian language meaning "square". The symmetric shape can be used in a classic or modern environment. Piazza series is commonly used as a decorative backsplash or can even cover entire walls, such as in a bathroom.
Other series are available in our Amazon Tile Store.
Fading and Discoloration Resistant
Resistant to Sudden Temperature Variation
0% Water Absorbtion
Mohs Hardness Scale - 6
Not for floor use
Martini Mosaic is a company that manufactures an assortment of contemporary tile including glass, stone, ceramic, and more. Each sheet of tile is assembled by hand with utmost care.
Tile Size: 1 x 1 inch
Tile Thickness: 5 mm
Tile Qty: 12 x 12 mounted tiles per sheet
Sheet Size: 12 x 12 inches
Sheets Qty: 10 tile sheets per box
Area Coverage: 10 sq. ft. per box
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