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nsb318 03-09-2007 08:57 PM

Not Happy With New Tile
 
I'm probably being a pest with all my stupid questions regarding ceramic tile but I've done 3 bathrooms in the past two months and I'm pretty proud of myself for a beginner. However, my last bathroom I decided to get a little tricky and add a row of rectangular mosaic tile in the middle where a 1/2 wall seperates the toilet and the vanity. One problem, it came out a bit crooked and I'm not happy with it. I really should've paid closer attention to the grout lines.
Anyway....I don't like the mosaic tile nor the half wall. I'm debating on ripping the mosaic up, tearing the half wall out and just putting 12x12 pieces in.
Would this be a good idea or should I just throw a rug over it?

HAASEMAN2003 03-12-2007 06:56 AM

error in tile!
 
Everyone makes errors. ( I told my wife they are errors never mistakes.) If you are not happy I would never just throw a rug over it. I would ask other people what they see when they look at it. If you know where it is. we always see our errors more then anyone else. If their answer doesn't make you happy. Then take it out and make it the way you want it to look.

rb_in_va 03-12-2007 08:24 AM

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Originally Posted by nsb318 (Post 36406)
I'm probably being a pest with all my stupid questions regarding ceramic tile but I've done 3 bathrooms in the past two months and I'm pretty proud of myself for a beginner. However, my last bathroom I decided to get a little tricky and add a row of rectangular mosaic tile in the middle where a 1/2 wall seperates the toilet and the vanity. One problem, it came out a bit crooked and I'm not happy with it. I really should've paid closer attention to the grout lines.
Anyway....I don't like the mosaic tile nor the half wall. I'm debating on ripping the mosaic up, tearing the half wall out and just putting 12x12 pieces in.
Would this be a good idea or should I just throw a rug over it?

I'm having a hard time visualing your situation. Do have a pic of it?


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