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    Just installed the same stone (smooth rocks first photo) in a house I'm doing. Looks really cool and feels good on the feet, a glossy sealer is what I would recommend for looks.

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    ended up pickiing #3 as it has dark browns to match and pick up our espresso vanity doors, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiMisaTips.com View Post
    ended up pickiing #3 as it has dark browns to match and pick up our espresso vanity doors, etc.
    Post some pics of this once it's finished.

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    #3 is what I would go with as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hossfly View Post
    Post some pics of this once it's finished.
    the material was a long lead time, so i ended up with this 2" x 4" marble material instead that was in stock
    Last edited by JPanamera; 01-13-2009 at 01:46 AM.

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    I like this one much better than the stones, it goes with the travertine you already have in there.

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    I went with those in my pool house but picked Black stones. They would be nice and accent the dark surrounds of your tub and cabinets
    drive them like the engineer's intended and you'll never stop smiling

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiMisaTips.com View Post
    the material was a long lead time, so i ended up with this 2" x 4" marble material instead that was in stock
    Nice!

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