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January 09, 2012

Nickel Tile Floor! A DIY Bathroom Renovation

via www.apartmenttherapy.com

After the penny tiling investigation (in the previous post), I discovered some long-suffering souls who figured out one way to solve the coin-embedding mystery in their bathroom renovation. Their step-by-step instructions are a testament to determination.

Comments

flooring perth

This is a concept that is new to me. Would it not rust due to the water?

PVC Pipe

Very well said. These tips are really amazing. I appreciate it for sharing them.

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Wow! I’ve been looking for unique ideas for our floor improvement, and this is the first time I saw a nickel tile floor. How many nickels did you use for this?

Vanity tops

Cool concept! Can you put a sealer over the coins? How much is your floor worth!!

Curtain rods

That was a good concept that you use coins as flooring on your bathroom but I still prefer ceramic tiles.

Louis Vuitton Mahina

That was a good concept that you use coins as flooring on your bathroom but I still prefer ceramic tiles.

bathroom sinks

The idea of using coin on flooring seem impressive to me but I am wondering how much this cost.

Yong Hunt

WOW! We have the same thoughts in mind. I also have this for our bathroom. I just did not put this one on the entire floor because I feel it is dangerous already.

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