Example of a trendy blue tile and glass tile alcove shower design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, a one-piece toilet and light wood cabinets

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Example of a trendy blue tile and glass tile alcove shower design in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, a one-piece toilet and light wood cabinets - Houzz

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marge1961 wrote:April 8, 2013
  • beth831
    5 years ago
    I would highly recommend against using large glass tiles in a shower. We installed beautiful 6x12" glass tiles in our new addition master shower, so far 12 of them have cracked. We can't even install a seamless glass door because the tiles will shatter once they're drilled or a few weeks down the road. We now have to demo out all of the tiles and replace them with pocelean ones instead. I would never install large glass tiles in a shower again. Sadly, we have heard similar stories from many people.
  • Steve Sherwood
    2 years ago

    What is the source of the teal tiles? Manufacturer? I cannot find anything like them no matter how much googling I do.

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