Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 11:38:06 AM. Bathroom Design. By Paul Auguste.
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Laying subway tiles can be pretty tricky. Since the individual tiles are small compared to other types, there’s obviously more room for error. Lining up the tiles on adjacent walls is not exactly a walk in the park especially if you’re also installing subway tiles on wall niches, a shower bench or the outside of a tub. This shower, for instance, is all covered in subway tiles, all except for the floor.
This mirror does not have a frame, but it does some some metallic mounting hardware that allows you to fix it on the wall in the spot you choose. Its design is simple and contemporary, the only distinctive feature being the curved top that is further embellished by two carved lines. The glass used for making this mirror is pretty thick (0.18″), so it is quite heavy – make sure you fix it properly. It also has a double coated silver backing with seamed edges and that makes it even more beautiful. You can use it in any room , but it looks better in the bathroom, hallway or living room.
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