Do tiles have to be uniform in bathroom?
Hi all! Like many, covid has caused me to start projects around my house. I removed old tiles from my master bath roman tub. I tried to tile it myself with 6X12 subway tiles, but got frustrated and bored with it. I planned on doing the shower later. A tile company I called is willing to redo my poor job for me, but he recommended I use the same size tile in both the tub and shower. However, I wanted to go with a bigger size for the shower but use the same pattern tile.
- He quoted me 6k for redoing both the tub, shower tile, new glass doors, and new floor pan. Just for the tub, $600. Is that a reasonable amount?
- Do I have to stick to the same size in both tub and shower? The floor will also be eventually replaced. Did not know this is $$$!!!!
Pic of original cream tile and what I attempted is below.
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