Herringbone Tile Work | REAL Renovation LLC
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Herringbone Tile Work

Tile & Bathrooms
About This Project

Photo #1: Here is another look at the plumbing behind the wall. When renovating a new bathroom, most customers want their showerhead raised by 6-8″. I don’t know why the standard is so low but its hell for tall people, me included.

Photo #2: This is a herringbone pattern i used on a house I was renovating to sell. The copper pipes in the last photo are now buried. This house sold in 30 days. Every home I have renovated has sold in less than a month.

Photo #3: And here we are almost completed. All that’s left is the PVC baseboard, shower hardware and silicone caulk around the bottom of the tub.