I am renovating 2 bathrooms in my home and have chosen an 18x18 polished porcelain tile for the floors installing on a diagonal. I am not tiling the walls. So here is my dilemma: do I use wood baseboards painted out white, or cut the tile and make the baseboard out of them? Thanks!!
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We are remodeling and will have 2 walls tiled from floor to ceiling. The tile for the wall is 6"x24" white subway tile set in a horizontal stacked bond pattern. I envision it meeting the floor tile and no baseboard; husband says baseboard (which would be a 5" square edge baseboard). If it matters...
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This powder room has a small black vanity with a round mirror hanging on a wood shiplap wall. On the dark brown hardwood floor is a white rug. Tall, white baseboards with a scalloped edge runs along the bottom of the wall.