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Unread 09-16-2007, 10:19 AM   #1
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Tile vanity backsplash AND around mirror...ANY PIC's ???

OK, I'm doing a granite vanity top and I want to tile the backsplash and tile the mirror too. I want it to look like one piece, meaning I dont want space between the bottom of mirror and backsplash. I want the tile to go along the wall then up and around the mirror. But I need some pics to help me visualize this. Has anyone done this, if so can you PLEASE post some pics. This is for the master bath and I really want it to look nice and I love the look of a tile-framed mirror, but incorporating it with the backsplash is tough to "see".
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Unread 09-16-2007, 10:38 AM   #2
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Hi Lynch,

If you check out the gallery on my website it has photos of a master bath in which I did this. The photos show only the backsplash and frame and the mirrors were installed after. It may help you visualize it, though.
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Very nice, I bet that came out great, thanks for the pic and LOVE that vanity !
Fort Collins.....I'm in Longmont !!
Where do you go for decorative tiles at reasonable prices ?
We're selling in spring and I'm on a serious budget, but hate the tile at HD/Lowe's.
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You can check out the Dal tile warehouse up here in Ft. Collins. It's just south of the Windsor exit. Check out their website and give them a call. They do sell to the general public.
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