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jondon 03-02-2021 05:20 AM

Thanks Brian, looks like you are still at it what a difference doing a wall in the brick veneer, seeing the flat screen on the wall looked so plain. Glad to see you are still providing the best in tile:wohoo:

speed51133 03-02-2021 08:45 AM

I like that brick veneer also. I am trying to talk my wife into something similar, like maybe just the bottom 4 feet of the wall with a nice cap. Also a coffered ceiling. She is not a visionary like me....

Karls tile Inc 03-04-2021 09:04 PM

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Cream Marfil bathroom I did. Slip and fall waiting to happen.

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Decorator wanted us to install a marble circle in the porcelain plank.

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Back when tumbled marble was the rage.

CaliGrown 03-04-2021 09:43 PM

Marble inlay is tits :) good stuff Karl!

jerrymlr1 03-04-2021 10:39 PM

That’s badass Karl. I think if you mix up the letters in Florida it sometimes spells Crema Marfil.

Karls tile Inc 03-05-2021 08:55 PM

Thanks brothers! More pics to come.
Got to try and keep up with all you craftsmen on here.

ceramictec 03-05-2021 11:19 PM

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ceramictec 03-05-2021 11:20 PM

Nice work Karl

Tile & Stone Guild 03-06-2021 12:00 PM

Nice video Chris, looks great. Nice to see things finished out. I dot get to do that much.

Nice FP Brian, I don’t remember last time I bagged a job, probably on purpose sub consciously.

That Crema looks good Karl, not much veining. Remember doing gobs of it with green marble borders. Timeless material

Backsplash looking good Mike!

ceramictec 03-13-2021 07:14 AM

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Besides tile I love installing dry stacked ledger stone accent walls and TV walls in the Tampa area. Thin bricks are fun but that pointing gets to you after a little while :(. Here’s a RockRidge 6x24 "Del Sol" Quartzite splitface ledger panel I did in the Land O Lakes area which has a lot of new home developments like Bexley or Starkey Ranch going up. These walls are a thing here because you can add color and texture to a small wall area of your home at a good cost and short installation time.

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CaliGrown 03-15-2021 03:32 AM

Very nice Brian, came out tight & clean. Panels rock :clap2:

Progress on the pool build. Here’s a video from Saturday, going out there today to continue out the veneer and flatwork. https://youtu.be/jfQdF6FA-4M

jondon 03-15-2021 08:06 AM

Chris nice progress shot on the pool I really like that. Tell me more about the process, I see you are putting ledger panels on the ledger. What is the rest of the process as for the preparation of the actual pool ground level area. Also I see how you have the coping you want to do. Is the deck area getting concrete, nice shape. I love it. I want to do one here soon in my back yard and seeing yours I am really inspired now to start planning. I want to do it while my nephew is still in high school so he can enjoy it a few years.:wohoo:

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