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Debbie Snider
@Judith, I think it can be done by a very skilled tile installer. He would need to cut and remove the existing tile very carefully. If you are thinking of doing this, I would talk to a tile contractor first.
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Leah Ayers
Love these!! they do cost more. we added a medium one in our foyer and we love it. I say if you have the extra money, go for it in bathrooms & kitchens etc.
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Mark Doe
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