I am thinking about putting ceramic tiles on a archway between two rooms. Do I need to put down some sort of foundation? The walls in the house are lathe & plaster, this doorway arch I am not certain of - it appears to be part of remodel by one of the previous owners. Can ceramic tiles be used in the arch? What's the best way to secure the overhead ones while adhesive is drying? Is there a adhesive that is best to use? And what's the best way to finish the sides/edges? I am thinking about using small tiles. Also has anyone used tiles on the vertical face of stairs?
Subflooring for ceramic tile
2 different tile sizes for shower
CAN CERAMIC TILE BE LAID OVER CERAMIC TILE...HELP!?!
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