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Old 08-04-2011, 03:27 PM   #1
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I am thinking I'd would like to tile my shower stall in the same "brick look" tile I'm going to use on my bathroom floor. My husband isn't sure this will look good. I'm wondering if you have ever seen this before, or if you know of a reason it might not work for me?

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I am thinking I'd would like to tile my shower stall in the same brick look tile I'm going to use on my bathroom floor.
Once again we aren't mind readers here.

It would be helpful to know the style and shape of the tile.
By "brick look" do you mean the tiles are longer than wide and you are laying them in a "running bond" fashion similar to how brick are laid on a house?

Or are you saying your tiles are square but you still want them laid in a running bond fashion?

I can tell you either is done all the time. Go for it.
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