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Inspiration for a contemporary bathroom remodel in Other with an undermount tub —  Houzz
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Snagy wrote:Feb 16, 2011
  • Paulette
    I'm going to do the same thing in my bathroom. How many vertical stripes did you end up going with and how big was your bathroom? My bathroom is approx. 12 x 17 and I don't want it to over power the room. I was thinking 3-4 stripes.
    Thanks,
    Paulette
  • Paulette
    Addendum: Each stripe will be 30 inches wide.
Flooring Creations wrote:Nov 23, 2013
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    JASON BALL interior design
    Thank you for the compliment, BTW. We're pretty happy with this space too. Exactly what the client wanted out of a small confined area.
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    Foshan Kemine Decor Materials Co., Ltd
    Hi, Jason, nice strip glass mosaic, what's size of the one sheet, is it 12*12?
shshappy wrote:Feb 8, 2014
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    JASON BALL interior design
    We use 1/8" grout joints for just about everything.
  • hwnsmile
    Love the show wall especially the wide tile are the grouts hard to keep clean from mildew? Also, what is the size of this tub & shower and how much would it cost if I wanted to replace my old tub shower with this one?
sueviii wrote:May 22, 2012
judyazoulai wrote:May 3, 2012
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    JASON BALL interior design
    Almost all tile is nearly impervious to staining - it's inherent in the process. The problem area is usually the grout. We use epoxy grouts in almost all of our bathroom projects - it's water proof, stain proof, etc. In terms of direction, that completely depends on the shape of the room and what you're trying to accomplish. If you have a skinny room, lay the tile perpendicular to the long wall. This will help the room look wider. Hope that helps.
  • judyazoulai
    Thank you Jason that was very helpful!
glouie wrote:Sep 3, 2011
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    JASON BALL interior design
    See the other question on this picture. I detailed everything there. Have fun!
  • strom2010
    Could you please let me know what the large tile is in this picture. thank you.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Epoxy vs. Cement Grout — What's the Difference?Aug 16, 2013

Some epoxy grouts are designed just for glass tile. Many brands have a regular epoxy and a special glass tile epoxy, too. The difference is in the filler part of the grout. The filler for glass tiles is finer, so it won't scratch delicate tiles. Tip: Matching the grout to your tile color (or to the lightest-colored tile, like in this shower) makes for a seamless installation. There's less forgiveness with contrasting grout colors; unless the tile installation is perfect, a contrasting grout will highlight the changes in grout width.

lilygahagan
Lily Gahagan added this to Change Up Your TilesFeb 13, 2011

2. They create the illusion of height. In rooms with low or pitched ceilings, the vertical lines will help to visually elongate the space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ptnguyen62
P. Nguyen added this to ptnguyen62's ideasDec 27, 2018

Some epoxy grouts are designed just for glass tile. Many brands have a regular epoxy and a special glass tile epoxy, too. The difference is in the filler part of the grout. The filler for glass tiles is finer, so it won't scratch delicate tiles. Tip: Matching the grout to your tile color (or to the lightest-colored tile, like in this shower) makes for a seamless installation. There's less forgiveness with contrasting grout colors; unless the tile installation is perfect, a contrasting grout will highlight the changes in grout width.

jackie_tidwell
Jackie Tidwell added this to Bathroom remodelNov 30, 2018

Big tiles with little, maybe little for the rounded corner?

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