Today I started installing the 12″ x 24″ porcelain wall tiles in the basement bathroom. I always like to start up one tile so I can start with a straight line ledger board and the tiles get a chance to set. It also makes a nicer job if you can have the top and bottom rows roughly the same height. You always want to leave a small space between the shower base and the first tile so you can get some silicone caulk in. If you sit the tile on the base the grout will crack in time.
Cuff Basement Bathroom Porcelain Shower Tiles
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