My dear friend Josh is hard at work on his old house. His upcoming project is the downstairs bath. Tucked in under the staircase to the second floor, it is a tiny space. Currently, it has a sink and toilet, but Josh plans to steal enough space from the adjoining kitchen to add a shower stall.
Josh also plans to revamp his upstairs bath in the future, so just like us, he is making sure he has all the necessities covered before he tears things out upstairs.
For his tiny downstairs bath, Josh has his mind set on 8" square tiles. Normally, everything Josh does to his antique house is perfect, so I was surprised at this. I think he should use small mosaic tiles, be it hex, square or penny round.
To this, I have compiled a short list of links to help sway him to my way of thinking. I thought I would share them with you, too.
Loads of gorgeous pictures at American Restoration Tile:
For the love of marble tile:
Envision your room with American Olean:
If you feel like playing with patterns, check out Freestyle from marbledesigner.com:
Or mosaic maximizer:
I haven't sent him my list yet. I remember playing with a mosaic tile pattern creator that was even better than the two above. I thought it might have been DalTile or American Olean, but no. Can anybody help me out?
Any other links I can send to Josh to help him fall in love with mosaic tiles?