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lizzie518 wrote:Feb 15, 2014
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  • listan1
    Thank you so much for the response. Just another question or two. What are the dimensions of the little bench? What is the grout color? Really appreciate it!
MrsD wrote:Jan 26, 2015
51bary wrote:Sep 5, 2013
  • Theresa Wiebe

    This looks like one of the Restoration Hardware train racks.

  • Natalie Brimeyer

    IT's Covington at Pottery Barn, but no longer available. I want 3!!!

joyfulmontclair wrote:Sep 9, 2014
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franksmamma wrote:May 18, 2016
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    Avenue B Development
    No spacers were used - the tiles were laid next to each other
camaca wrote:Dec 14, 2013

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Hannah Kasper added this to How to Check the Quality of a Contractor’s WorkJan 16, 2017

TileA good tile installation is one in which all the tiles are square (meaning they all butt up to each other at 90 degree angles), level and installed so that there aren’t any tiles jutting out or caving in. The grout lines also should be level, evenly sized throughout and as thin as possible. I know there are exceptions. Some designers like to pick funky-shaped tiles or install them in funky ways. But a good rule of thumb is that the tiles should look smooth and evenly placed, and the grout should be skinny.

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gidginbah added this to bathroomMay 9, 2019

Floor tiles with subways on wall

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