Colorful and rich slate tile with copper accent colors. By Scarlett's Landscape, Inc. http://scarlettslandscaping.com/

Colorful and rich slate tile patio with copper accent colors. By Scarlett's Landscape, Inc.

#Slate #roof - an attractive example of multi-tonal slate with a variety of shades running through it.

- an attractive example of multi-tonal slate with a variety of shades running through it.

This, cut from food grade pallets, white washed in a few different tints, for the kitchen backsplash.

grey long herringbone splash back tiles I actually like this idea as a feature wall for a bedroom (timber, not tiles)

How to CUT SLATE - How to cut slates Thick or Thin DIY or Trade

This video shows some common and not so common methods of cutting slate. Not only does it show you the easiest way to cut slate, but shows you some of the te.

Slate Black Split Face 15x60 wall tile. An interlocking natural stone tile of black slate with a matt finish and riven texture.

AT WALL IN LIEU BRICK VENEER Slate Black Split Face wall tile. An interlocking natural stone tile of black slate with a matt finish and riven texture.

In just ten minutes you can make these DIY coasters! Learn how to customize slate coasters with ANY saying or image you want! These diy coasters are a perfect handmade gift for anyone on your list.

Easy DIY Coasters to Make in 10 Minutes

In just ten minutes you can make these DIY coasters! Learn how to customize slate coasters with ANY saying or image you want! These diy coasters are a perfect handmade gift for anyone on your list.

Slate Sign — Crafthubs

Personalized Slate Welcome Signs, Engraved Slate Signs and Custom Slate Signs

wall texture types #Ceiling Texture Types (wall interior decor) #WallTexture

15 Fresh Drywall Ceiling Texture Types for your Interior

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9+ Kitchen Flooring Ideas

Kitchen: Langdale Slate Tiles Langdale tiles are a dense and practical dark slate which has a smooth surface and an antiqued edge. This slate has a variety of colours from grey to black.

Bamboo thrives in the bathroom.  Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water. Change the water every two to four weeks.  Be warned that this is a fast growing plant, but you can curtail its growth by providing a physical barrier (such as a recessed shelf) or by shaping it regularly.

Bamboo thrives in the bathroom. Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water.

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