The Basement Tile

It’s in, and it looks fantastic. The bathroom is a different green than the floor, though it’s hard to tell in the photos. There’s no lighting in there yet so it looks a little darker.

Here’s the laundry room. We’re going to get a new back door, so you can just ignore all of that ugliness there.

A closer look at the Octagon & Dot tile:

And here’s a photo from the same angle you’ve been seeing. It’s coming together, yes?

67 Responses to “The Basement Tile”

  1. Sarah K February 9, 2011 at 10:04 am #

    Great progress. I love the tile! I was worried that the grey grout would look dirty, but as always, you know best and grey grout looks amazing! Can’t wait to see more.

  2. Julia April 24, 2012 at 9:26 am #

    Hi! The bathroom looks great! Curious what grout you used….
    Name and where I might find=)
    Thank you!


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