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Now have 8 x10 tile

Posted by salbwil (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 11, 12 at 18:04

Hello ,
I now have 8x 10 biscuit colored tile instead of the larger 10 x 15 tiles I was planning to use vertically. Should I still install these vertically, or now do a subway tile type installation ? This may be easier since I am also tiling the ceiling of the bath/ shower and the subway installation would be easier to line up, yes?

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RE: Now have 8 x10 tile

Your call on this. The ceiling tiles could be put in on a diagonal, obviating the need to line them up....

RE: Now have 8 x10 tile

Do you mean a herringbone design ? I was thinking if we do the subway type install , the ceiling and corner matches wouldn't be as difficult . Am I wrong in this , and thanks again ?

RE: Now have 8 x10 tile

I have been looking for a remnant for our bathroom redo. When I was walking through the slabs that white fantasy as it is called here stopped me in my tracks. I love it but have not had any luck finding a remnant

Yours is absolutely gorgeous!
Post pics after it is installed

RE: Now have 8 x10 tile

Sorry , Denali, I believe you have my post confused with someone else's.
Does anyone have an answer to my question , and thank you.

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