I am in the process of tiling my en-suite, floor to ceiling.
Have put up coving and am wondering if it is best to tile right up to the
coving or leave a grouting gap?
Not sure which would look better or what is 'normal'.
Yes, tile to the ceiling. Gets rid of the need to cut the top tile.
After all, what would you do if 'her indoors' asked for coving in an already
tiled room. I did this last time and the finish looks great. It creates a
neater line and the bottom lip of the coving doesn't 'disappear'.
Ah, I understand. Yes the bottom lip of my coving will 'disappear' (almost).
The other half wont be asking for any more coving as all rooms are now done
(Yipee) but I see your point.
Too late for me, but out of interest, what adhesive do you use to bond to
the tiles, a standard coving advesive or a tiling adhesive?
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