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We have an "Old Italian" Tuscan theme in our kitchen. Pictures & color are nice, but I wanted to go a few steps further.
Once you measure your entrance way cut out some plywood and screw some 2x4s onto the side. I used a hand saw to cut the 2x4s the same angle as the arc...
I used 2x2s since I have several of them lying around in my shed from previous projects. This is a little time consuming. I cut them to fit the inside...
All you really need to focus on is filling the gaps.
I mortared up the inside and placed the mosaic tiles. You can get all this stuff from Lowes or Home Depot. Then I placed the outside rectangular tiles...
Remember to use grout once the tiles are dry and put a sealer on after the grout is dry.
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