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Old School Step Up Tub

salvadoradali42February 21, 2013
We are remodeling our master bathroom. I was hoping to eliminate the steps and the tile "box" next to them but my contractor broke the news that are staircase is underneath so it all has to stay. How do I re-tile to make the most of an unfortunate situation and cut down on a "sea of tile". Should the floor tile and the step tile match?

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Liza Jane Interiors
I would take the column all the way up to the ceiling. You could do a large tile on the floor and then a coordinating mosaic tile around tub.
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