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Favorite tile alternatives for bathrooms?

Posted by carriage (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 2, 12 at 13:29

Hi! I have a windowless bathroom that has floor to ceiling tile (in a blue glass mosiac that i think is supposed to make it feel like you are underwater). There is a curbless, doorless shower stall, no tub. The grout is deteriorating and tiles are popping off, and mold appears to be an issue, and it is only 12 years old! I cant stand it. I want to replace it all with something as watertight and with as little grout as possible. I do not care for prefab fiberglass surrounds. What are my options? Any favorites? I like a rustic-modern look... Concrete or maybe some kind of solid surface like... marble or corian or somethimg? Photos of your projects and price estimates more than welcome!

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RE: Favorite tile alternatives for bathrooms?

I am leaning towards trustone type products for our bathrooms. One local distributor keeps a blog of some of their projects (and I wish they had a gallery, but I couldn't find one.)

Here is a link that might be useful: So, some ideas at this blog.

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