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Tile job for a standard Egg table

NibbleMeThisNibbleMeThis Posts: 2,278
edited 8:22AM in EGG Table Forum
We finished the table for my wife's Egg last night. This is nothing compared to you guys that build your own but I thought it was a decent upgrade for a standard premade Egg table.

Started of by sawing the ends straight. We left them rounded on our long table for the other Egg and it just made tiling more difficult.

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Then I dry fit the pieces.

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Thinset application. I used the metal flashing to give the grout something to form up against.

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Set the tiles...

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I built a frame around the front piece using 1" lattice trim and then set the trim pieces on the front.

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Then I framed the top with 1 1/2" lattice trim, ready for grouting.

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Two coats of stain and spar varnish.

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And the results...

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Knoxville, TN
Nibble Me This

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