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I own a beautiful Tudor 1920's home in Grand Rapids, MI. The interior of the home has been updated but I am conflicted about how to handle my primary bathroom. The bathroom is almost completely '20s tile which is worn or broken in a few areas. The teal and yellow combination is also not in line with the rest of the house. We have tried to neutralize the effect by bringing in a lot of white accents and new fixtures, but we know that it may not apeal to the masses. I do not know if it is currently a distraction to our house or an asset. We are thinking about reglazing the tile to a more neutral color. Any opinions or past experiences with reglazing would be appreciated.
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A friend had her 1950s pink bath reglazed, and it looks new. Since you are not selling, this could be a temporary solution.We had a small full bath retiled floors to tub surround, new toilet, new sink with cabinet, and had the tub reglazed. It cost around $10k. We had our tiles replaced because the hairline crack along a row of tiles on the show wall could eventually take on enough water seeping behind them to lead to mold problems.
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