Can I use peel and stick tiles on my fireplace?
I would like to use stick and peel tiles on this fireplace renovation. Has any body else used them and was it difficult? I want to use them around the black insert. Thank you!
How should I tile the drywall around my fireplace?
I would like to do some tiling around my boring fireplace. However, if I tile the little black part around it, what am I supposed to do with the drywall part? Help!! ... See more
Different color grout on shower walls and shower floor?
We are in the process of remodeling our guest/hall bathroom; we removed the tub to create a walk in shower instead. I'm using subway tile on the walls, and penny t... See more
What is the best tile adhesive to use outdoors on concrete steps?
I am going to decorate my porch steps by adding mosaic tile to the raisers of my concrete steps and would like to know what adhesive would work best. Also what kind o... See more
How do I cleanly and precisely cut glass mosaic tiles?
Years ago, I tried using tile nippers on glass mosaic tiles and they just looked chewed up. Because they’re iridescent, a chewed up edge is going to really show. Th... See more
My new home is 4 months old and the caulk and grout are already crack
My home is only 4 months old the caulk and grout are cracking around the edges of the tile in the kitchen and bath. Is it normal for new grout to crack?
Best product for sealing very porous tile?
Hi fellow home talkers! How are all of you doing? If anyone could help me out...I would really appreciate it! We have a very porous PORCELAIN tile in our kitchen. ... See more
Homax Tough as Tile Bathroom Sink, Tub & Tile Repair Screw up!
Hi there. I tried the Homax Tough as Tile product (Bathroom, Sink, Tub & Tile Refinish) on the tiles in my bathroom shower. I waited the 3 hours as mentioned. The fir... See more
Mary here is a great site that shows you step by step how to do this:
i think the brick might be too rough for them to stick?
If the insert is electric. I used liquid nails to bond inexpensive mason board (very thin) cut to size to cover the brick and then used peel and stick to cover the mason board. If your fireplace is real you probably can not use peel and stick.
I’m going to just paint my brick! It’s pretty painted
Hi Mary. My name is Cindy. I read all of these awesome ideas and I think Sammy had the best suggestion. I'm writing to you with a little bit of advice. No matter which option you go with, please make sure all of your building materials are safe and recommended for use so close to a fire, especially the new tiles and the adhesive on them. Wishing you well. Good luck from Cindy.
Mary it was very considerate of you to thanks everyone. You kindness made my day!