Friday, May 9, 2008

Roman Noce.

This Italian tile that we put in the bathroom was stuck in a port somewhere for months, just when we needed it, so we almost ended up going with something else. But the day that I went and chose a different tile, this one came in. Oofdah, that was close! Anyway, it still needs to be grouted, but I'll give you a sneak peek...

8 comments:

Ang said...

How pretty!!! Love them

Abbi said...

Beautiful tile! I am glad it finally came in for you.

Andrea S. said...

oooh! Pretty. Somehow I missed this post... Hey, did you guys ever come up with a name for your farm?

Betsy Cradic said...

Not yet. Did you have a suggestion for us? :)

favpapa said...

Hello,

You don't know me - but while looking for some info on my tile I came across your blog. We have the same tile. We have used the larger 12x12 for our sunroom and kitchen floor. Unfortunately, we encountered a grouting snafu. We bought the tile at lowes and are trying to determine if it is glazed or not. My husband thinks it is - but the lowes website says unglazed. Since you special ordered yours I though you might know. Could you please respond and let me know if it is glazed or unglazed?

Thanks!

Mike O said...

Hi Betsy, Just starting a shower project using the Roman Noce. Could I ask the width of your grout line? Didi you use 6 inch tiles alone? Could you post a picture of the finished project? Thanks very much, Mike

Betsy said...

Sorry, but I'm not sure if it's glazed or unglazed.

Betsy said...

Mike O., my husband says he used a 1/4" grout line. There's a pic of the finished bathroom here: http://cradic.blogspot.com/2011/02/bathroom-inspiration.html