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Jade Stone Molding, Borders

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Natural stone moldings, borders, trims are usually a narrow length that are used to finish an edge. Accent trims, sometimes made of mosaic, can take almost any form but usually have a contrasting color, size, shape, or texture. In Stonecontact.com you can find all kinds of stone moldings, borders, trims at the best prices and directly from the factories, wholesalers.

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Does stone tile edge need trim?

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Generally, the only time doorway trim isn't required is when adjoining rooms are both tiled, in which case a neat grout line will do the trick However, exposed edges of natural stone floor tiles will be different in color and unpolished, therefore a plastic or metal trim should be used.

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How do you edge tile without a trim?

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4 easy ways to finish tile edges:

  1. Caulk the Edge. This is the easiest and most cost-effective solution.
  2. Rail Moldings. Coordinating tile moldings in natural stone and porcelain are usually readily available.
  3. Metal Trims. Metal edges are available in a wide array of styles and finishes.
  4. Create a Bullnose Edge on tiles.

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What is pencil liner trim?

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Pencil liners are thin, nearly cylindrical stone tile pieces placed along the edges of your mosaic tiles as a raised frame for them. Pencil liners clean off the edge of a design well without making it too busy. Chair rails serve as a more ornate version of pencil liners.

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Do I need to grout between border tiles?

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Yes. Grout the trims/border tiles with the rest of the installation. Use a grout float to push the grout into the spaces around the stone border tiles by dragging the float at a 45-degree angle to the field tiles as it approaches the area around the trim.

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