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Posted by michoumonster (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 29, 12 at 3:53

Hi all, i had posted earlier about how to tile my jack and jill bathroom. I am still on the fence on where to end the tiling. Please help by voting, or giving me some other suggestions! thank you!!

Option 1: end the tile at the door

Option 2: extend the tile to create wainscoting -- is it too much tile?

Here is a link that might be useful: previous thread seeking tiling help


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RE: please vote on how to tile this wall -

I vote option 2... It seems to give you a more dramatic look, especially with such high ceilings.


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RE: please vote on how to tile this wall -

twn85, thank you for your vote. i think i will go for the tile all around the room. i love the look of it, and am crossing my fingers that it will not look too busy..


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Option 2! Definitely. If you can afford to do it, I think this will make the whole bathroom look unified and will look terrific.


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