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Old 03-03-2010, 09:08 PM   #1
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The tile I chose for the kitchen backsplash has bullnose tiles with a single edge but no corner pieces available. How do I make a corner piece so the bullnose edge is on both the side and top of the corner tile? I think I would cut 2 pieces on the diagonal but I can't picture it and I want it to look right. I am new to tiling, this is my first tile project. Thanks.

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Old 03-03-2010, 09:36 PM   #2
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I posted this in the wrong place so I apologise if you already read this.
I am new to tiling, this is my first project. The tile I chose has single edge bullnose pieces availabe but no corner pieces. How do I make one for a corner? Do I take 2 pieces and cut in 1/2 on the diagonal to make 2 bullnose edges. I think I am right but I can't picture it. I want it to be right and not look sloppy. The tiles are all 4 x 4.
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You could take two of the edge bullnose and cut them at a 45 degree angle to the corner. Just make sure you watch out for what corner you cut to. Then put them together and bam bull nose corner.
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That was sort of what I was thinking would work but I was not sure it was the right way. Even though I am a newbie, we have invested too much to have the final piece look cheap. Thanks for your reply and help.
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what you said. Cut two tiles at opposite 90deg angles, and you have a corner.
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Thanks. At least now I know I am on the right track.

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