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Left over marble tile?

Posted by hostahaveum (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 08 at 11:45

Hello folks! I have left over marble floor tile after a bathroom makeover. The tile is white w/ red veins running through it. No pieces are whole as it had to be cut etc...also a few broken ones, I hate to throw it away & was wondering if anyone has any ideas for some type of use? At first I thought to use it to out line a small pond I have but took it out last weekend & see it didn't jive w/ the setting . Any ideas?? Thanks ! ~Dot

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RE: Left over marble tile?

I just purchased some castoff tiles from the tile store to tile the top of an island I'm making.
I've used broken china to tile a small table top, mirror, picture frame. There are so many possibilities!

RE: Left over marble tile?

I have used marble tile extras to sit under the coffee maker on the counter, grouted onto a pedestal for a plant stand, and doll house flooring. Wonder if they can be grouted together as a box shaped planter? Have fun!

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