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One bath down, one to go -- Vintage inspired guest bath remodel

Posted by kjo_tx (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 14, 13 at 15:40

Hey y'all! I'm a long-time lurker on GardenWeb and finally decided to get my act together and start posting. Me and my folks (God bless them!) are renovating and adding on to my Queen Anne Bungalow which was in really sorry shape when I bought it. I'll post some pictures of the exterior changes over at the Old House forum and link them together.

We've been working on the project for just under 11 months now which included a basically back to "studs" remodel where we've done all new plumbing, electrical, floors (unfort the original hardwoods were too far gone to refinish with nail head and the tongues all exposed) etc, but the first fully complete project was the guest bath! The house was an original 2/1 which we're adding on to to make a 3/2. The bath was in such miserable shape (indicative of the whole house) that the only thing holding the toilet up was the sewer pipe! Budget was around 3.5-5K and we kept right at budget.

Worst part of this project: Running to Home Depot every time we needed to pee! (One bath house)

So here's some reveal pictures...

Before and Progress:


Best way to remove the tub? Sawzall!


The room is already starting to look bigger!



That's not an optical illusion, yet the toilet is slanted... why?



Oh that's why! Who needs a subfloor or floor when the sewer pipe can hold the toilet up? We repaired all rot and damage and installed subfloor properly



Priming tongue and groove wainscotting



Starting to come together


Kerdi and Ditra oh my!


Floor in, shower wall tile going up


Salvaged dentil crown from another 100+ yr home that was demolished, love the detail in each piece


I enjoy tiling, especially the final details


Installing the glass

After:


Overall


Looking into the bathroom


Vanity


Vanity Wall


Toe and Groove 1x6 Pine Wainscotting


Towel Hooks - Restoration Hardware (Total Splurge but they bring together the glass knobs we have scattered around the rest of the house so well!)


Original 100+ yr window and casing. The crown at the top of the room came from a salvage yard in town and each dentil is an individual piece. Pain to paint, love the detail.


Original casing, new solid core MDF doors -- Every door in the house was completely destroyed and un-salvageable.


Salvaged crown moulding - it's got great character!


Porcelain floors - great marble look-alike, at 1/4th of the price and easier maintenance!


Frameless shower with glass tile floor


Glass tile floor - Tile was stock tile from Lowe's


Bathroom in relation to the rest of the house


Pottery barn swivel mirror... we needed something to go above the wainscot top rail.


Depth of the wainscot top rail... led to some issues finding the light and mirror, but looks so wonderful in the end!

Shower walls - Porcelain marble-look-a-like 12"x24" tiles, carrera marble border and white glass subway. Floor tiles and wall tiles all from Floor and Decor and under $3/sq ft.

(Preview of Kitchen to come.... still a work in progress on half of the kitchen in the new addition...)

Basics:
Vanity: 45" Allen + Roth vanity from Lowe's with pre-installed sink and marble top
Faucet: $100 faucet from Overstock... can't remember which one
Mirror: Pottery Barn Kensington Wide Pivot Mirror
Light: Seagull light - don't remember the specific - ~$120 and chosen because it had a longer reach from the wall.
Floor Tile: Floor and Decor Carrara look-a-like, I think similar to this: http://www.flooranddecor.com/statuary-carrara-porcelain-tile-20in-x-20in.html
Wall Tile: Floor and Decor, similar to this: http://www.flooranddecor.com/carrara-polished-porcelain-tile-12in-x-24in.html
Shower Floor: Lowes GLSEASHELLMOS mosaic

I'm looking forward to start the master bath and will keep everyone update was it progresses!


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RE: One bath down, one to go -- Vintage inspired guest bath remod

Absolutely stunning!...


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Here's the future master bath : Bathroom #2.... We've been running plumbing this weekend.

It's going to be 5 piece bath with :
- a frameless glass shower, subway tile walls
- antique cast iron clawfoot from a friend's bungalow (the original clawfoot from my house was pulled years ago) - Tub is currently with the refinisher, we had enough projects to do ourselves to tackle that one.
- 72" double vanity from Conestoga Cabinets with inset shaker door and drawers in maple wood and espresso stain (Just ordered it, so excited!!) Really maximizing the number of drawers in it.
- River White Granite top -- Marble is beautiful, but not realistic for my life, luckily I have remnants from my kitchen slabs and it's been bulletproof, so I'm thrilled about that

Flooring: Planning on doing the same porcelain carrara look alike floors as the guest bath right now, may change? Thoughts?

Shower Floor: Either 2"x2" white glass square mosaic or white porcelain penny rounds.

Walls: Instead of wainscotting, going to do a board and batten paneling

Fixtures: All chrome.
- Chrome tub mounted filler and hand shower for the clawfoot with exposed supply and drain lines.
- Hansgrohe Raindance 180 shower pipe (This fit the budget and looks gorgeous, couldn't splurge for the 240)
- Haven't picked out faucets or sinks yet

As it progresses, I'll update with pictures. Any input is appreciated!


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Unbelievable! You definitely have an eye for decorating. I love the placement and openness of the shower. I love all of the architectural details. You are very inspirational.

Tell us more about how you installed the shower pan and shower enclosure. I am about to embark on a DIY mud pan for my master. I am also looking at DIY shower glass in order to save money.

Awesome work. You must be very proud. This bathroom will still look great in 15 years. And it flows with the rest of your house. Can't wait to see your creativity with your master. Keep us posted.


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Yes, wonderful. Glad you posted. Always great to see new projects. You must be so happy you aren't running to HD to pee. What a lovely bathroom. Looking forward to more!


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Love your bathroom, your entire house. Your DIY work is an inspiration.

Where did you get your MDF solid-core doors?


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Thanks y'all! The moment we had the glass installed I finally moved into the house so finishing the bathroom made it feel like mine... of course at that time there was still no kitchen or refrigerator although now it's really coming along and is livable.

Anna, you're too sweet! My decor is just a mis-match of items I've sourced over the years, none of which are pricey and most of which originated from Home Goods and TJ Maxx. Towels are Pottery Barn just because I'm spoiled and I like really thick, heavy towels ;) There's also a couple of Ikea pieces in there (Candlesticks over toilet cabinet, white shelf with the towels) so I'd say my decorating style is "budget chic"

Linelle -- The doors are from Home Depot, they are Masonite Crown MDF Smooth 5-panels (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Masonite-Crown-MDF-Smooth-5-Panel-Equal-Solid-Core-Primed-Composite-Interior-Door-Slab-14100/202505915#) that we mortised and rehung in the jambs. They are a kind of "special order" item from the website and take about 3 weeks to come in, but I've been incredibly impressed with them and they are very sturdy and heavy duty feeling. We've got two hung right now and another three to hang when the addition is done. They have them pre-bored and pre-hung as well, but since we were putting them in old jambs and with mortised hardware due to the age of my house, we just went for the slabs.

Anna - For the shower pan we decided to take advantage of all the "new technology" in bathrooms. I pulled the paperwork for the purchase and we choose a kit similar to Kerdi from Pro Source (https://prosupplycenter.com/Products_Detail.php?PID=1749&CategoryID=175) that you can trim down to size and it comes with the waterproofing membrane liner along with the "pan" (Which is a styrofoam piece). My dad did most of the install on the pan and waterproofing and said it was the easiest one he's ever done and will never be building a mud pan again. Overall, it went down quick, waterproofed easily, and had all the pieces to connect when changing planes. We trimmed it down to approximately 48" x 42". We went "curb-less" and it's actually great, not a problem at all as long as the shower is large enough. We're doing curb-less as well on my master shower which is going to be approximately 38" x 46" although on that one we are putting an actual shower door.

For the glass - we just measured, drew up the dimensions and then I sent them over to 3 or 4 glass shops nearby to get quotes. We used standard glass, but for the master I'll quote low-Fe too. The brackets are just CR Laurence BCU4 brackets I ordered from glasswarepro.com since they seemed to be the cheapest at the time. We had a total of 10 brackets.

Glass size: the two pieces attached to the walls were 41" x 72" with 4 holes in each (Two on side, two on bottom) to accommodate the CR Laurence brackets. We drilled the wall ones into the wall, but for the floor brackets we actually just used them as risers for the glass from the shower floor (About 1/8"-1/4" above floor) and didn't drill through so as not to compromise the waterproofing, but I'm sure it's fine too if you do drill them in place. The glass is heavy enough and once siliconed down, isn't budging at all. We opted for no door to save on costs so there's a 24" x 72" piece that butts up to one of the large pieces to form a corner. That just had holes drilled on the bottom side and we set it with the brackets the same way and then siliconed it to the shower floor and the glass next to it. Siliconed all the gaps and ta-dah!

We did end up adding a support bar (CR Laurence SUP20BN) after the fact for the 41" piece that was sitting out by itself to give it a little more stability and it's tied in across the opening to the 24" piece. Now it's rock-solid. The glass is just 3/8" tempered and I think the three pieces ran under $1200 total delivered.

Thanks everyone! Y'all are way too nice, I've learned so much by lurking and am glad to be able to show off the finished product.


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Beautiful renovations!


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The molding is like the decorative frosting on a wedding cake. It's perfect. You've done such a nice job. We are using the same shower pan for our floor so we can go curbless. I hope it comes out as nice as yours. So nice!


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Budget chic? Maybe, but the budget partis certainly not obvious! What a beautiful job! It looks very "today," even though beautifully suited to an older home.


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Gorgeous new bath! And I'm very impressed that you took on such a renovation with only one bathroom in the house. Your new bath is so open and beautiful.


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Stunning bathroom! All the elements work well together.


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Beautiful bathroom! I do have a question on your kitchen island granite. What is the name of the granite? Looking at all grayish/white granites for an upcoming remodel ourselves. It's beautiful.


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The tub is here!

So the excitement of last week included the "how do we move the antique clawfoot tub into the addition without have any stairs or ramps into the patio doors?". Dad put together some beams for a ramp and picked up a helper to get the 250lb+ tub around the outside of the house and up into the addition so that we could place the tub in the new bathroom to determine rough-in locations for the plumbing.

More exciting however is that I've been dying to see how the refinishing turned out! This tub was acquired from my friend's backyard where it had been sitting since a builder had worked on her bungalow prior to her buying it. We had no idea if it came out of her house or another one nearby, let alone the age of the tub, just that it was massive. and old. and in poor shape... but it did hold water. So after getting recommendations from our local historic salvage yards, we collected the tub, (two girls and my dad looked crazy trying to move it into the trailer) and then sent it off to be reglazed. Reglazing is one of only couple projects we weren't doing ourselves during the renovation/remodel -- I figured it's best given the size of the tub to leave it to the pro - and I'm glad we did!

So here's a couple preview pictures of the tub:


There's the tub "placed" in the bathroom. It's a massive 5 1/2 ft tub (66") and definitely makes a statement. I can't wait to see it all installed.


One of the original clawfeet -- It's a lion's paw style and even has toenails.

And then for the real surprise, we started looking for a manufacturer name and instead found the date of manufacturer:

And it looks like the tub was cast in April 1913! This was surprising because we thought the tub likely came from my friend's house, however it wasn't built till after 1920 so the mystery has deepened. We weren't able to find a manufacturer name on the tub yet, but I'm still researching.

(I'm in Houston, TX so if anyone needs the information of the refinisher, shoot me an e-mail, he did a great job!)


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sleevepresto - My granite was "River White", but names don't seem consistent across everwhere. (Geologically, I think it's actually a schist given the amount of garnet, but it's been a number of years since petrology so I might be wrong.)

I found it the IGM slab yard in Houston - it was only the second yard I went to and was completely sold after I found it. We are going to using the remanants for the bathroom vanity counter and it's been bullet proof so far in the kitchen so I'm thrilled!


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Beautiful tub. My mind kept wanting to make the manufacture date 2013, and saying "wait, thats a new tub" :) Silly me.


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wow absolutely stunning! Great remodel and great pictures of the progress.


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End of March update: Bathroom has been delayed finishing up other thrilling projects around the house... Siding the addition, laying floors in the bedroom, trim, trim, and more trim.

But today we tied up a bunch of those projects and started tiling the bathroom floor!


Corner shower and bench before waterproofing


Floor tile going down -- Opted for 24"x24" marble look-a-like in the bathroom to minimize grout lines.


Tub wrapped up to protect it and pushed against the opposite wall from its home. We're tiling half of the room first, then will move the tub back into position and tile the rest. At this point, it's too big to fit out of the door and too heavy to move far anyway!


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Shut up! The first bathroom is fabulous and the second looks like it will be even better!!!

You are a sister from another mother - I'm trying to do the same vintage vibe with my bathrooms in my 1884 farmhouse (We even have the same door moulding!) - I've got the baby powder room done, the basement full bath in the works, then the main bedroom level bath is coming up (master bathroom is still but a dream for an addition.)

Definitely going to use these photos for inspiration!
Always ;-)
Hunzi


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Nailed it! The first bath is perfect. The second bath looks like it may even exceed that. Now, as soon as your done, could you please come to Indiana and do mine?


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Well done! I love seeing the in progress pictures and the attention to detail.


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These bathrooms are very special. Congratulations on a spectacular job! Can't wait to see the job in the finishing stages. Thank you so much for posting.


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You did a fabulous job!!! I love the colors of the shower tile and how your layout puts the toilet on the far side. So pretty!


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It was a busy weekend and I've got some new sneak peeks of the progress!


Beginning of the board and batten wainscotting. At this point, my mother called it "country" and I started to doubt the vision...


At this point, my faith has been restored. Good job Dad at building out my slightly crazy sketch and bringing it to awesome reality!


Board and Batten on Left wall painted and tub moved into place. To the right we have the unconquered wall left to do.


Preview of the "finished" board and batten, plus we unwrapped the tub -- it's all started to look like a bathroom!


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Love it! I'll take millwork over tile any day. You and your Dad are doing a fabulous job.


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Ohhh! Love it! I've done board & baton in my Slightly Imperfect Powder Room, and I'm going to do a different version in the Starting From Dirt Basement Bath and beadboard in the laundry. I have a joke with my husband that when we bought our house it had cheapo nasty 1970s paneling all over (I'm still trying to wipe out the memory of the cork wall tiles) and we ripped it all out - and now we're putting in millwork everywhere! But the quality and style is way better! ;-)

Always ;-)
Hunzi


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That looks amazing and it goes really well with the five-panel door.


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kjo, nice work!

There is a lot of detail included in a lot of ways, and it all just works.

Some people can assemble a puzzle but get lost or derailed if a piece is missing. Others can make the pieces if they are missing. You're in the latter group.

Funny, I saw the dentil and thought "great detail, but I wouldn't want to paint it". lol

Overall, excellent work. Nice colors too.

A small comment? And I apologize if I'm overstepping my bounds and offending here. However, your extension ladder in the first couple of photos? It might just be leaned up against the wall in those photos to get it out of the way, but if you're using it that way, "flip it around" before you climb it. When you are getting ready to climb the ladder, the "extendable" section of the ladder should be closer to you than the section of the ladder with the feet. That'll put the feet of the ladder more "under it" than "behind it" and will also cause gravity to hold the rung locks against the rung rather than possibly swiveling out away from the rung. Again, not trying to be a safety nanny.

You didn't need to run to Home Depot to use their rest rooms. That's what drywall buckets are for. lol

I missed this thread the first time around, I'm glad it got bumped.


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kjo, nice work!

There is a lot of detail included in a lot of ways, and it all just works.

Some people can assemble a puzzle but get lost or derailed if a piece is missing. Others can make the pieces if they are missing. You're in the latter group.

Funny, I saw the dentil and thought "great detail, but I wouldn't want to paint it". lol

Overall, excellent work. Nice colors too.

A small comment? And I apologize if I'm overstepping my bounds and offending here. However, your extension ladder in the first couple of photos? It might just be leaned up against the wall in those photos to get it out of the way, but if you're using it that way, "flip it around" before you climb it. When you are getting ready to climb the ladder, the "extendable" section of the ladder should be closer to you than the section of the ladder with the feet. That'll put the feet of the ladder more "under it" than "behind it" and will also cause gravity to hold the rung locks against the rung rather than possibly swiveling out away from the rung. Again, not trying to be a safety nanny.

You didn't need to run to Home Depot to use their rest rooms. That's what drywall buckets are for. lol

I missed this thread the first time around, I'm glad it got bumped.


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Mongo - No worries! I actually do HSE professionally, and I've given my father more "Do you really think that's the safest way to do it" lectures than he ever cared to hear in his lifetime. I'm going to blame this one on old dogs and new tricks, and "when the 'safety nanny' is away" mentality ;) -- (Safety nanny might be the nicest thing I've been called while doing HSE considering the alternatives.... It's funny that I can drive a culture of HSE at work but can't get my Dad to change sometimes...)

Here's what I came home to last night! YAY! (Excuse the picture please, the lights cast funny shadows on the subway tile that don't actually look that way in real life.)

Subway tile went up on Saturday and Sunday, Mom and I grouted. Bathoom floor is all in, toilet installed, fixtures and plumbing hooked up on the tub, and sinks delivered yesterday so it's all coming along.

This week is the "Does the shower pan hold water?" inspection for the city and after that we'll tile the shower floor and get ready for the granite for shower seat, curb, and vanity. Then glass! I can see the light at the end of the tunnel...


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Looking good! Can't wait to see the final product!


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I am so in love with this bathroom! It's like you are in my head and building me a preview of my bathroom. (Ok, mine will be different, but a lot of the elements are similar!)

Love. It. Love!

Always ;-)
Hunzi


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It's already looking great. Nice job!


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Such BEAUTIFUL work! Can't wait to see more pictures!!


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kjo_tx amazing job wish you lived near me to help me out with our bathroom!! I have a question can you give me information on your shower head.. If you posted the information I'm sorry I missed it!!

Thank you


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Thanks y'all for the sweet comments!

Hunzi - I can't wait to see how yours turns out!

Kyshine -- Which shower head?

The master bath one we just installed is the Hansgrohe Raindance 180 S Showerpipe. I'm pretty psyched to use it, it seems amazing.

The ones in my hall bath/guest bath is a cheap Price Pfister or American Standard one from Home Depot We did add an longer shower arm to it - I bought the shower arm extension at Signature Hardware -- so that you wouldn't be so close to the wall when showering.

La Cocina -- I got your question regarding paint via e-mail but couldn't respond since you have your e-mail hidden. I wasn't sure which paint you were talking about so here's the basics:

The bathroom was SW's "Perfect Greige" which we had mixed up in Valspar Paint+Primer. The white on the trim everywhere is just standard Ultra Pure White in semi-gloss.
Living Dining room color is "The Loop" I believe which was a Behr Premium color.
Kitchen is a lighter Behr color but I don't remember off the top of my head.


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kjo, I love what you've done in your bathrooms! Which subway tile did you use in this bathroom?


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Linelle -- It's the cheap white 3x6 Daltile from Home Depot at 22 cents per tile ($22 per case of 100, $1.76 a sq/ft). We used approximately 6 cases total between the shower, bench, niche, etc and weren't conserving tiles either so about $130 total. Quality on them was fine, and went up quick and straight.

Shower floor will be white porcelain penny rounds at $3/sq ft -- Definitely wanting to keep on budget in this bathroom since overall the remodel is over budget ;)


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Oh thank you! I have been looking at the Daltile subways at HD, but I hadn't really gotten that far yet, so I hadn't totally narrowed down the tiles for the tub/shower alcove other than I wanted budget, and 3x6 white (plus I'm adding a little black for the whole art deco thing.)

I might even be able to get them cheaper at DH's workplace (they sell Daltile there & employee discounts rock!), I'll have to check - sometimes they're better, other times HD or Lowes is. But now I know how it could look! ;-)

Now knowing that won't be a huge budget killer and it looks that good? Golden!

Always ;-)
Hunzi


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kjo & hunzi, those are the exact tiles I'm considering, 22 cents each from HD. How can you beat that? I suddenly shifted gears from 4" gray to white subways and it's been like a weight lifted from my shoulders. They are beautiful tiles. I want to put quarter-round along the edges.

So awesome to find at least one thing that looks great and isn't a budget buster.


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Hunzi and Linelle - Oh I know that "finally, one thing that will cost less than budgeted" wonderful feeling! They're definitely at a good price point.

They also have the bullnose pieces, but we opted to skip them and instead of just turn the exterior cuts inwards so the edges still look finished. I think they could really look great paired with a pencil liner as edging or a cap piece, so tons of different looks can be achieved.

I'll get a better picture of them with less funny shadows and post it later.


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kjo said: "finally, one thing that will cost less than budgeted..."

Ain't that the truth. When I started I made a bathroom budget spreadsheet and plugged in wishful thinking numbers for all the elements, based in large part on online shopping. But I just had to take a wild stab for stuff like a semi-custom vanity and marble slab. So yes, $1.76/sq.ft. is a nice surprise. Plus, I really like the look of them and the slightly soft white color.

kjo, I'm not really sure what turning the exterior cuts inwards looks like. Why didn't you use bullnose?


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Hey kjo, how did the 3x6s cut?

I need both 1x6 in black pencils and 2x6 black tiles, so if I could just cut 3x6s blacks and not have problems with chips etc, I'd save a bunch of money! (and I can't even find some of the tiles I need - 2x6 in black without a bullnose seems to be a problem size.) Did you use a wet saw or score & snap?

Always ;-)
Hunzi


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Thanks the shower head the one in your hall bath.. Each posting you make is making my house look awful LOL.. Love what you're doing to your home!


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Hunzi: They cut fine with a wet saw however I'd be hesitant to cut them down to use in a smaller size consistently since it won't have the smooth, slightly rounded factory edge that the opposite side would have.

I think in your case, I'd probably order the pre-made 2x6" bull nose since it looks like Daltile black semi-gloss or gloss runs around $1 a piece, well worth it for the pro-look in my opinion.


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Thanks! So do you think a bullnose tile would look ok in the middle of a field? That's where I need them - as an interior accent line inside the field of white 3x6s not as the final finished edge on the field (where I will use a bullnose!)

I'll keep hunting too! If anyone knows where I can find 2x6 and 1x6 tiles with just a regular rectangular or rectified edge in black, let me know!

Always ;-)
Hunzi


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Wowee Kazowee.


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