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kibenwa
Last image, the wall with the round mirror is the only pattern that appeals to me.
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Dina Goebel

We changed the width of our tiles both vertically and horizontally for each row, worked well for me!

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Kate Partenio

I find small stacks too busy. But I have large vertical stacked tiles 240x400 in my bathroom and it is very calm, organised. Less grout corners to clean too, nice long lines

   

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