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You are all so good at this...please help.

Posted by jkoebnick (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 20, 13 at 7:12

Sorry, this is regarding a bathroom...I tried posting this in the bathroom forum and got no response.

I need help with finding a tile to use on the floor and shower walls that will go with this exposed brick wall in the bathroom.

Also, I have an oil-rubbed bronze footed clawfoot tub. Should I stick with oil-rubbed bronze for the faucets or can I use something else like chrome or nickel?

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RE: You are all so good at this...please help.

I would use a very plain and smooth porcelain tile in a large format and with rectified edges that pulled one of the colors from the brick. That might be easier said than done, but that's where I would start.


Maybe one of these would coordinate with the mortar. I would also stick with the oral rubbed bronze hardware it would look great with the darker bricks.

Here is a link that might be useful: Porcelain tile

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