How Walmart is taking on the blue bathroom tiles

Walmart is adding more blue bathroom tile to its inventory, the first time the company has done so.

The company has stocked its store with about 2,500 blue bathroom items, or roughly 1 percent of its total inventory.

The new items come in sizes ranging from 1 inch to 1.25 inches wide.

The items are being sold by the company’s Walmart Express stores, where shoppers can shop for blue bathroom fixtures at a fraction of the usual price.

Walmart is also expanding its online presence with a new website and app that allows customers to order, track, and store items, and has partnered with furniture retailer Fits New York to offer a wide selection of items at a price.

The online offerings are a boon to Walmart’s efforts to reach more Americans.

“The customer experience has never been better with Walmart Express,” Walmart Chief Operating Officer David H. Simon said in a statement.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Walmart and Fits to deliver the most innovative, creative, and affordable products for our customers.

The future of the furniture and home furnishings business looks bright.”

In January, the company announced it was opening its first Walmart Express store in Chicago, and it plans to open another store in New York later this year.

In addition to the blue bathrooms, Walmart has also introduced more than 300 other items, including an array of furniture, household items, household appliances, and even a water-filled bathtub.

Blue bathroom tiles are more expensive than white ones.

They cost $2.99 per square foot for the standard size, or $1.89 per square yard for a 1-inch-wide option.

They’re available in sizes from 1.5 inches to 1 feet wide, but customers can buy more than one tile at a time.

They can be used for both indoor and outdoor use.

Walmart’s new website offers information about how to order and track items, track the status of a sale, and create your own personalized shopping cart.

The Walmart Express site also lets customers shop for their bathroom items and track the order status.

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