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Bathroom - mid-sized traditional 3/4 white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor and gray floor bathroom idea in Minneapolis with a pedestal sink, purple walls and a two-piece toilet

Minneapolis Victorian Bathroom RemodelTraditional Bathroom, Minneapolis

Bathroom remodel. Photo credit to Hannah Lloyd.

Bathroom - mid-sized traditional 3/4 white tile and subway tile mosaic tile floor and gray floor bathroom idea in Minneapolis with a pedestal sink, purple walls and a two-piece toilet —  Houzz

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corismith wrote:May 18, 2014
    buttonfelloff wrote:Jul 17, 2014
    What is the brand and color name for the subway tile grout?

      loves2read wrote:Aug 10, 2014
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        Castle Building & Remodeling

        Hi Kairi, the flooring used for this project was American Olean, Porcelain Color Body Unglazed Ice White 1" hex tiles. Grout: # 185 New Taupe. We'd love to work with you to help design your bathroom in a similar way if you live in the Twin Cities area!

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        The Builder Depot

        Beautiful design. I love Carrara Hexagon on the floor and then a Ceramic or Porcelain on the wall.

        More Info. Handcrafted porcelain on the wall like this above is a great touch and not that expensive at $8.35 Sq.Ft..

        Pietra Carrara 1" Hexagon Free Shipping. More Info.

        Of course regular 3x6" Subway Tile. Below. More Info

        The Hexagon is at various prices, I would opt for Carrara Pietra for $8.95 a Square Foot. It is a low price point.

        Or shoot for a 2" Hexagon on the floor making the area look larger.

        Carrara Bianco 2" Hexagon. More Info.

        Italian Carrara Bianco 2" Hexagon Mosaic. More Info.

      Julie Drew wrote:Jan 30, 2015
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            jbucek1 wrote:Feb 16, 2016
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              Innovate Building Solutions

              Even though I don't know an installer another option to consider is to get prefabricated glass block wall sections which are simple to stack up (and it can done by a DIY owner or contractor who normally doesn't work with this material. I've included a link to a blog post to tell you more about this process and other glass block shower frequently asked questions:



              Top 5 Fears about Glass Block Showers

            Odilia Sanchez wrote:Feb 18, 2017
            Pedestal basin brand

              armyyife wrote:Mar 21, 2017
                Steph Li wrote:Apr 27, 2017
                What is the paint color?

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