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Martin Hulala
My Houzz: DIY Love Pays Off in a Small Prague Apartment
Tile layout in relation to fixtures. Maybe large square tiles n master bath and up wall
Larger shower trims (plumbing fixture cover plates) are much easier for tile installers to work with. The larger trim has more wiggle room and doesn't require a tiny tile cut. Tip: Cutting out a small square or rectangle
simpler than drilling a large hole into tile. Ask your tile installer to check your trims to see if a small square cut will work.
Great tricks and ideas for bath installs.
Advice on tile installation in e bathroom larger fixtures easier to
cover plates to drill less smaller holes in tile
a tiny tile cut. Tip: Cutting out a small square or rectangle can be simpler than drilling a large hole into tile. Ask your tile installer to check your trims to see if a small square cut will work.
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Modern Bath
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(beautiful) tile underneath layers of linoleum and the builder grade fixtures. We re-created the tile pattern, added a subway tile shower where the closet used to be and re-finished an antique claw foot tub. The unusual sink was a craigslist find and the toilet came from our downstairs watercloset. Photos
for our drill to sand it as smooth as we could and then we applied several coats of the primer and then the color. It was actually incredibly easy! You can read a little about the process here: http://keepsmilinghome.blogspot.com/search/label/clawfoot%20tub
Wainscot in bathroom, could it cover tile?
St Paul house bath, walls and floor
beadboard with octagonal tile with black border
the old tile underneath layers of linoleum and the builder-grade fixtures."We re-created the tile pattern, added a subway tile shower where the closet used to be and refinished an antique claw-foot tub. The unusual sink was a Craigslist find, and the toilet came from our downstairs water closet," Katherine
“Plant placement” — jasmineghent323
Tobias Architecture
Tobias Architecture
What tiles are used in the arch?
What product is directly underneath the tub is resting on and not the tile. Is it also a mold inducer.
merely a bath, it's an adventure!
This is the Kohler Vintage with the accessory skirt
Lovely little tiled alcove for a bathtub? Yes please!
The glass tiled arch complements the ceramic
Cool archway idea... love the tiles and the tub
This is the tile color I want.
The shape of the floor tiles
jewellike. Tiling the entire arch, rather than just the edge, emphasizes the architecture and draws attention to the sleek curves that are repeated in the window.
This aqua tile emphasizes the architecture and delineates the bathing nook. Ah, bathing nook. Doesn't that sound nice?
“Oh the acoustics” — John Storey
Normandy Remodeling
30 Reviews
Traditional Master Bathroom
Can you please tell me the size of the upper smaller tile?
Are these tiles ceramic or porcelain and glossy or matte finish, and who supplies them?
loving the look, but nervous of getting the wrong type of ceramic/porcelain tile and ending up with it looking a bit 'public utility'
ubway-Tile.html This is really a beautiful shower!
The small subway tiles shown here are 1" x 2".
These tiles are from Crossville, they are ceramic tiles with a glossy finish.
i have a similar question. The upper tiles look like the approx 1" x
glass tile. Good luck and let us know if we can help with anything!
If you like the look of these 1x2 glass tiles you can find our selection of them here: http://www.subwaytileoutlet.com/categories/Mini-Glass-Subway-Tile/ The bottom tiles look like 3x6 which we carry also: http://www.subwaytileoutlet
“End” — janmac50
Robeson Design
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Spa like Bathroom
This is a gorgeous shower! Thank you for the subway tile and motif info. What marble is used? Is it also from Artistic tile?
What is the center scrolled tile? It's beautiful.
are the tiles in the back; it looks sage on my computer
Can you tell me what brand and color of tile you used? And is the scroll work commercially available?
Love the subway tiles in the back!
Could you share the kind and the source of these tiles? Beautiful design!
bath remodel. I'm curious as to the reasoning to use cross handles for the volume control and lever for the thermo. Was this to be able to see at a glance where the temp is set? Or was there another reason?
Thank you for your question! The glass and marble pattern is Danse Lucido glass by Artistic Tile. The Subway Tiles are also by Artistic Tile, and are Pavarotti Pearl tile.
“tile” — fwolfkill
CWB Architects
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and back drilled on 8" centers http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Bannon%E2%84%A2-24-x-20-1-4-wall-mounted-or-P-trap-mounted-service-sink-with-rim-guard-and-back-drilled-on-8-centers/productDetail/Service-Sinks/419066.htm?categoryId=432051&skuId=359851&hash=id%3Dfilters%261%3D100161_788714%26startIndex%3D20%2
and back drilled on 8" centers http://www.us.kohler.com/us/Bannon%E2%84%A2-22-1-4-x-18-1-4-wall-mounted-or-P-trap-mounted-service-sink-with-rim-guard-and-back-drilled-on-8-centers/productDetail/Service-Sinks/419065.htm?categoryId=432051&skuId=350125&hash=id%3Dfilters%261%3D100161_788714%26startIndex%3D
The wall tile is glass mosaic from Bisazza.
“double sink” — mexxoo
Nadia Watts Interior Design
3 Reviews
this is tiled but trying to figure out how much tile and where, given need to have tile on side wall/other end of tub/shower as you've shown here. Thanks.
I am not sure where the bath tub is from. I believe it was there before the remodel.
subway tile need to break up like this - like top break
Tile and faucet style for guest bathroom
chair rail tile, hand held shower faucet
Tile out to edge of wall
subway tile with wainscot lip in middle of wall
“boom” — katharinevoss
What decorative items do you hate the most?
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