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Tiling question - shower meets bathtub

Posted by Ruth_123 (My Page) on
Tue, May 22, 12 at 13:08

Hi there,

I would love to use plain white subway tiles in a child's bathroom - at full height over the bath & in the shower, and at wainscoting height elsewhere.

I have found some that I really like by Original Styles (Artworks), which do some nice trims etc. I really love the look of their baseboard moulding, which comes in corner pieces too.

But I am not sure how this would all work where the bath meets the shower?! Our layout would be exactly as shown in following link -

- using a deck on the tub.

Do you think that we should use the base moulding on the bath apron, but stop it at the shower curb? Should this continue into the shower? I am flummoxed!

All advice gratefully received!

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RE: Tiling question - shower meets bathtub

Here is the link!

Here is a link that might be useful: Bath shower transition

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