and overload of 1970’s wall tile.
With demo comes chaos, dust, mess, inconvenience and much much more.
I do love it- though I have kind of moved onto loving the putting it back together and seeing it come to life more than the excitement of a new project first swing of the hammer.
But my boys? They love it.
(and a couple hammers in the process- never a dull moment with a project over here I tell you.)
Since a bathroom is generally a smaller space,
you can get away with a little bit more price per square foot- because you won’t need as many.
It is a perfect room to indulge a little in- and yes, I will be doing that.
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Marble is classic all by itself but pair it with a herringbone pattern- it takes on a new level of elegance for a space- and hex and penny tile are always popular and classic options.
Black and white tiles in a simple pattern are easy to incorporate and right at home in any type of bathroom.
I love this again, in marble, because I am drawn to marble for flooring- but you can find it in ceramic tile as well.
4. Faux wood tile
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And this is not a laminate looking tile- you can find tiles that actually do look like old, weathered and worn wood.
Perfect for a crisp clean look.
They come in various lengths- up to about 5 feet I think-and several different styles and colors.
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