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Scotty13

01:08PM | 03/12/14
Member Since: 03/12/14
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Bvbath
I live in a 2/2 condo and my master bathroom floor is 56 x 56, minus single sink cabinet.
Shower floor L: 55 W: 26, two side shower walls 30 x 78 and back wall 55 x 78.
I’m getting ready to retile floor & shower. The bathroom floor tile 13 x 13. My tile guy I hired suggests I tile the shower floor and walls with 13 x 13 tiles, plus a 2 x 2 tile boarder. Because it’s a small bathroom and too many tile sizes won’t look good.
Is he correct? I would like the bathroom floor 13 x 13 tiles, shower floor with smaller tiles and the walls smaller than 13 x 13.

What should I do?

Thanks, Scotty13

David, Moderator

09:34PM | 07/05/14
Member Since: 11/15/13
208 lifetime posts
I would consider what the contractor suggests. BUT the final decision is up to you.
You need to go with our gut and what you think would look best.
because in the end, you are the one that will be looking at it every day.
So take suggestions and work out what you like best.
Thanks for stopping by
Good luck
David

ronefereck

02:17AM | 07/22/14
Member Since: 07/22/14
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The most common varieties in natural stone tiles include marble, slate, granite, sandstone, limestone and also travertine each coming up with unique features and looks to enhance the beauty of your interiors. In that, They are available in various sizes as per the requirements.

interior natural stone tiles
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