Wednesday, December 19, 2012
On the West Coast I always liked bull-nose plaster corner bead on my drywall work because it softened up the hardness of a ninety degree angle. In the 1920's plaster coved corners were the style in craftsman designed houses, my favorite design because of its warm feel. So, I have designed an interior tile cove corner piece to soften up a bath shower tile job. The picture below is where your tile is butted to the edge of the tile coved corner piece.