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IMG_2447Remodeling small hall bathrooms is a common project at Tile Art. Normally completed in four days or so, we remove all the builder’s grade products such as linoleum, plastic tub surrounds or small ceramic wall tile around the tub, and replace it with custom tile which will transform the bathroom from the mundane to something you’ll be proud to have in your home.

This was just a really quick transformation, from linoleum and plastic tub walls, to completely custom porcelain and glass tile. The shower walls were tiled with 13 x 13 inch porcelain tiles with a glass mosaic running through in a less-than-common manner. The accent stripe was lowered to about a foot above the tub all the way around, and a vertical inset of the same mosaic runs through the shower controls and shower head. The same mosaics were also utilized for the back of the niche on the back wall.

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Ride the wave!At Tile Art we LOVE to do custom work! Nearly anything you can envision we can bring to life in your custom bathroom.

We did these two bathrooms with a ‘wave’ theme, incorporating 12×24 porcelain tiles with a glass, marble and metal mosaic liner. In the upstairs bathroom we ran the wave in the back of the tub wall all the way to the ceiling and continued the design onto the floor.

In the basement bathroom we built an entire stand-up shower incorporating the wave all the way from the ceiling, down through the shower floor mosaics, over the shower curb and out onto the bathroom floor.

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Porcelain and glass mosaic bathroom shower in Fort Collins

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