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I have a shower that is 36 by 36. Should I use smaller tiles or will any size work?
au7an4
February 1, 2013 in Design Dilemma
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Could you take a pic with the door open? It looks loke it's a fiberglass surrond, if that is the case, you will need to remove it to do any tile work. If it isn't a suuround, I would stay away from any tile larger than a 6'x6' otherwise the pattern will look to massive for the space, smaller tile will give the illusion of larger area. Also consider adding accent tile strips to give a bit of flair.
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Creations Nadia Interior Design
Very big tiles will not look good .If they are 12" long or 12"x12" they will look oversize in your shower.
The best solution would be to use a small / medium size tiles or combination of both :)))
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