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Unread 07-10-2006, 06:35 PM   #1
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advice finishing corner between new tub and non-tiled wall

Hi to anyone with advice. I have attached a few pictures of my new tub that has been installed. I am trying to figure out how to finish the corner shown in the zoomed in picture that extends out from the tub about 1". We are tiling the 3-wall alcove of the shower walls with 1x1 mosaic tiles and the walls in the rest of the bathroom with wainscote for about 42 inches up from the floor (midway from floor to ceiling). Wainscote will be on the wall adjacent the the tub. We are just unsure about what to do with that corner because the tub does not meet the corner of the wall flushly, and I don't think there is enough space to tile that area with one tile thickness... Any advice?

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Hi Bryan, you can run a skinny strip of bullnose down there.
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