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Question to tile pros

Posted by dawnpfister (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 12, 11 at 13:19

I will have a subway tile shower in the corner of the bathroom with beadboard wall all around the rest of bathroom(4'-6") high. How should I make the transition where the tile abutts beadboard on each end of shower. The other 2 shower walls are frameless glass.

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RE: Question to tile pros

Not a pro, but the link below shows how we did it. Beadboard is fairly thin, so we went with bullnose subway wrapped around the edges.

Here is a link that might be useful: my shower

RE: Question to tile pros

Depending on the beadboard, I'll either just butt it up to the peadboard (if it's thick enough), or I'll do as Billl did and use the bullnose up against it.

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