Rocket HallwayContemporary Hall, San Francisco
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Are you keeping your baseboards?Yes: Consider whether or not you want to remove your baseboards before installing your tile. Most, if not all, flooring types require a small gap between the edge of the floor and the wall to allow room for movement. If you don’t remove your baseboards, that gap must be covered with quarter round (a convex molding whose cross section is a quarter of a circle), which will affect the trim’s aesthetics.No: You won’t need any quarter round if you install new baseboards after your tile has been installed. This ensures a clean aesthetic and is the preferred method of many professionals.