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Bathrooms 14 Oct 2007 22:34 #29462

  • jacker5
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This is a question I would like to post to everyone to input on.
In your bathrooms do you have tiles all around up to the ceiling?
Half way up to the ceiling?
No tiles at all?
What are the pros and cons of having all tiles as to not having any at all? I would think it would be easier to clean and more sanitary with all tiles?
What do you guys think?
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Re: Bathrooms 14 Oct 2007 23:26 #29463

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All the theaters around here have tiles all the way floor to ceiling.
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Re: Bathrooms 15 Oct 2007 11:00 #29464

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I see a couple of concepts here. Tiles can be used as sanitary surfaces and for ease of cleaning (grafitti), since they're not as easy to damage as a textured sheetrock wall.

Some rooms might use tile up to around chest or neck level, then some other form of cleanable surface up to a point where a patron can't easily damage the wall. There's a laminate (I don't remember what the exact name is) that's popular for restroom walls. It's like formica, but I don't think it's that brand. Or, if it doesn't make the room look cheesy, you can just run tile up to the ceiling and cover sanitary and sturdiness issues with one surface material.

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Re: Bathrooms 21 Oct 2007 20:44 #29465

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WE have tiles all the way up. If not then I think we have to have that laminate stuff that I think is ugly. Health department codes might apply here so check with your inspectors.
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