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Tiling Master Bath and Bed Rooms

Project by LPJ posted 09-29-2008 04:39 PM 2817 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

OK, I finally got the pictures of this job uploaded. Originally the master bactroom was carpeted but carpeting and water don’t mix too well so after a few years we had to do something.

So to start off, here are the before and after shots:

We went with a stone look, travertine, and I had a chance to do a craft I enjoy and that is tiling. Notice that we went with 6” and 12” squares and I started ny positioning a 6” square, carefulllay laid out in the center of the room. The four 12” tiles wrapped around the 6” and the process just kep repeating.

I wanted to give the thresholds a little bit of a jazzy look. We have tile in the commode closet of this bathroom and the same in the main hallway of the house and into the kitchen. I took some of that leftover and some of this travertine and cut them into triangles. for the threshold entering the room, I even sliced a little leading edge.

Well we also have this ‘bumpout’ area of the masther bedroom where we keep large plants like ficis trees. So I just kept tiling away and carved out a piece of the bedroom floor to receive the same triling job as the master bath.

Hope you like.Click to Go to my Site. I have a link to my Lumberjock projects. Thanks.

-- -- Peace, LJ



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posted 09-30-2008 01:53 AM

Nice website, thanks for sharing.

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posted 09-30-2008 07:16 AM

Thanks. I built the site with mine and my wife’s woodworking amd DIY projects a while ago. Fig’ed it would work to send all to that already constructed site rather than starting from scratch right here.

Be sure to check out all features of my site at 4Goldens.org

-- -- Peace, LJ

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