Shower tiles and slanted bathroom ceiling

Old 04-22-08, 01:14 PM
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Shower tiles and slanted bathroom ceiling

Hello all!

We are renovating our bathroom. Ceilings are vaulted, from 10.5 ft down to 7.5 ft. We want to build a walk-in shower with porcelaine wall tiles and glass doors. The shower would be tucked into a corner, having 2 glass 'walls' and 2 tiled walls (internal room walls, away from the external wall). One wall of the shower will be square (straight "___") at the 7.5 ft side of the ceiling. We will tile to that part of the ceiling. The problem is the other tiled wall (on the slanted side). Looking at the shower straight-on, it would look like a "\" (lol, not quite that exagerated, but I hope you get the idea). So, should we cut the tiles on an angle and tile all the way to the ceiling? Or should we keep everything square and paint the wall between the squared-off tile and the ceiling?

I sure hope that was clear to everyone!
Thank you!
Old 04-22-08, 01:38 PM
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