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How to Penny Tile Your Bathroom – Part 2 of 3

How to Penny Tile Your Bathroom - Part 2 of 3
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Potty Mouth Tours continues with Part 2 of Naomi Haverland’s instructions on how to tile your bathroom with pennies. By now you should have your equipment, supplies, and pattern plan.

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Bathroom Tiling Step Three: Fashion an Assembly Line

I used “liquid nails” to adhere the pennies to the wall. This part of the process was painstakingly slow. I never anticipated gluing that many pennies to the wall would take as long as it did. I recommend recruiting a LOT of people to help you.

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I sped up the process by creating somewhat of an assembly line of jobs. One person would lay pennies out flat onto a tray. Another person would use a popsicle stick to dab a small amount of glue onto every penny, and then pass the tray onto someone else who would stick them one by one onto the wall. We did this a couple hours a day for about two months.

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“Helpers were essential!” ~Naomi

Bathroom Tiling Step Four: Navigate and Cut Corners

Since I wanted the pennies to go right to the edge of the square tiles, I had to cut some in order to make it look right. After a lot of trial and error, I discovered that the only way to cut through a penny is using tin snips. Also, I wanted the pennies that were in the corner to bend onto the adjacent wall; so, I used two pliers to bend the pennies so they would sit flush into the corners.

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Tiles near the perimeter had to be cut.

Bathroom Tiling Step Five: Embrace 3D

For the portion of pennies that are tiled around the mirror, I first did some surface sculpting. I created some dimension to the surface using spray insulation. Then I sanded the foam with a palm sander to give it the right shape. Next, I covered it using dry wall plaster, building up more dimension and shaping it further.

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Gluing the pennies to this 3D surface was the same as gluing them to the flat wall. I didn’t bend them to be flush with the curve, although I did have to cut a lot of pennies to fill in the edges of the “drips” where there are only partial pennies.

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Now you are three steps closer to your own unique, penny tiled bathroom. Tomorrow, we will release Naomi’s last two steps, so you can complete your project.

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How is your creation coming along? Do you have questions or comments for Naomi?

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Neneh Biffinger is the Creator and Tour Guide of Potty Mouth Tours. Her mission is to discover unique, outrageous, and uh-oh bathrooms while giving them a voice to tell their stories. Potty Mouth Tours is a fun, interactive, and informative site about all things bathroom. Find out more at Potty Mouth Tours 411.

 

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