What (ceramic, granite, glass, melamine, corian, [arborite?], etc.)
ceiling-tiles/materials make sense (especially in a bathroom)?
How might they adhere and/or would they fall easily?
How well would they resist some forms of water-pressure or help prevent
mold/mildew and water-seepage/damage if, for example, a bathroom were
to be cleaned by, in part, being sprayed, floor-to-ceiling?
I should start looking up at ceilings more. :)
I never thought of that. The could look really beautiful!
Floor, tho', would be a worry because I'd think it'd get awfully slippery,
unless it was etched. But still a really nifty idea!
That solid flat surface would be great, a breeze to wipe down.
The thing I dislike about grouted tiles is the grout. I suppose one could
use grout-sealer on it, but I prefer the types of tiles that fit right up
against one another (natural stone seems to be the only type that allows
this <?>) - and the single-surface idea is even better :)
Gee, that sounds nice, also.
Now if only there was a way to combine some of the "green" or even
"earthship" ideas (water collection, temperature stability, some energy
self-sufficiency, and so on) with some of these more elements... And no
gables of course ;)
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