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Tiling curved wall

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237SJ | 19:46 Mon 14th Jun 2010 | Home & Garden
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I have a house where the bathroom wall curves (was a little courtyard but bathroom extension took it`s place). There is a corner bath which only has tiles along the end (which is a straight wall) and there is only paint around the back of the bath. I`m thinking of installing a new bathroom and would like to tile the curved wall. Is that possible?

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you could use mosaic tiles, they're usually on a hessian-type backing.
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Good thinking. It`s a pretty large area though
omg ,watch sara doesn't get her drill out SJ. there will be no stopping her.
Good idea from the Bag Lady SJ .................. also, 100mm square tiles should go around a fairly tight radius.
it's not that difficult really and i have actually created a curved wall with ply and then tiled it.
the right man for the job is.......... a woman ;o)
and you two are in SO much trouble!
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Thanks for your answers. I won`t be attempting to do it myself!
SJ, shame on you, lol!

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