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nevrklap
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various tiles on a single wall in the bathroom

Hi,
I downloaded the Sweet Home 3D in order to try to design my own bathroom.. The program is fine and I was able to create the model with all the equipment quite easily. But actually the main reason for me for using the software was the design of tiling. And here I am not sure if there is any straightforward way how to do it. I mean a case when there are more colors or styles of tiles at one single wall (decorative tiles). Both vertically and horizontally placed, or even only single tiles placed on certain spots on the wall..
I can imagine dividing a wall - so I can get vertical zones with different textures (tiles) but horizontal zones or small randomly placed zones? like here:
https://s27.postimg.org/6ni4imjc3/bath_tiles.jpg

Thank you for any info
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P.
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Re: various tiles on a single wall in the bathroom

Yes, it is possible. For the mirror wall in your image, you can simply split the wall and assign different textures.

For the other walls with horizontal "stripes" of tiles, the trick is to create a vertical pattern and set the texture height equal to the height of the wall when importing, like the examples in SF 3D models 346. To create the pattern you will need to use some graphics software (like the Gimp or Inkskape exporting to png, or whatever you are comfortable with).

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Re: various tiles on a single wall in the bathroom

i create a box that is very thin and put my texture on that then you can place it on the wall were needed.
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Re: various tiles on a single wall in the bathroom

Same as snake

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