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Top 30 Stone Floors Projects

  1. 1. The Pros and Cons of Slate Tile

    Slate can be used for floors and roofs and gives your home an aura of prestige. DIY Network experts give the pros and cons of this meta...

  2. 2. Goodbye, Gold (02:59)

    Matt and homeowner Erin gut her gold bathroom and give it a total redo.

  3. 3. Tile-Covered Deck (00:01:55)

    On the inside this is a wood deck; on the outside, a tile floor.

  4. 4. Impossible Layout (20:00)

    Classic blend of old & new finishes will add modern style to this kitchen.

  5. 5. Irregular Stone Floor (01:35)

    Derek and Dean revive a tired kitchen floor with thin multicolor flagstone.

  6. 6. Kitchen Island Oasis (20:00)

    These homeowners have a big space but it's blah and uninviting.

  7. 7. Concrete Flooring (01:22)

    A look at concrete, the hippest new flooring around.

  8. 8. Metal Bathroom Floor Tiles (00:01:00)

    Adding metal floor tiles in a bathroom is a groutless alternative to stone.

  9. 9. Adding Stone to a Kitchen (00:01:00)

    Adding stone is one of the easiest ways to make a kitchen look high end.

  10. 10. Adding Stone to a Kitchen (00:01:00)

    Adding stone is one of the easiest ways to make a kitchen look high end.

  11. 11. Ceramic versus Porcelain Tile (02:30)

    Be a savvy shopper when selecting the best type of tile for your home.

  12. 12. Impossible Layout (20:00)

    Classic blend of old & new finishes will add modern style to this kitchen.

  13. 13. Flooring Overview (02:37)

    Latest flooring options from classic hardwoods to budget-friendly vinyl.

  14. 14. Winter Parlor (05:55)

    Cold DC yard gets radiant floor, heat lamps and hip design for chocolatier.

  15. 15. Renovating a Shower

    Updating a bathroom can start at the shower, by replacing a new P-Trap and sprucing up the shower floor with pebble tiles.

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