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Travertine tiling – pictures

Category: Barn Conversion Journal August 13th, 2009 by mbc

As promised on my update for July, here are some early pictures of the downstairs tiling as it goes in.

The main room started…

Very early days in the kitchen.

I rather like this arty shot of the floor taken as you come down the stairs. The floor has been grouted by this stage.

Strange angle and perspective on this shot. I like the lines and think the photo fits a lot of the room in.

Don’t worry, the stair carpet is only temporary!

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  1. Marcie Says:

    Nice site and an interesting read – are you having fun with it? I like what you are doing here.

  2. Rosie Says:

    Looking good, we are moving to new place that will need a new kitchen, and probably more, so we will be where you are soon!!!

    GOod Luck!!

  3. Downstairs tiled floor | my barn conversion Says:

    […] time and money in planning, sourcing and then fitting. It’s been completed for a while now (since August 2009), but I thought that a post summing things up would still be worthwhile and an opportunity to show […]

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