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Anyone use porcelain faux wood tiles?

Posted by tricia257 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 1, 14 at 17:48

I love the look of wood floors mixed with white cabinetry, but I have kids and real wood is out of the question.

Has anyone used the fake wood porcelain tiles? Are you happy with the result? I have wood floors in the hall outside the bath but its covered by a rug there for the most part.

Thanks


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RE: Anyone use porcelain faux wood tiles?

We used them in a small hearth area where we didn't want any change in height or appearance from the white oak floors. They look great and have held up very well for about 7 years so far.


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RE: Anyone use porcelain faux wood tiles?

One of my favorites on here is Elphaba's bathroom where she used them.

Here is a link that might be useful: An example


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RE: Anyone use porcelain faux wood tiles?

Thanks for the help. I didn't realize how popular they were.


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RE: Anyone use porcelain faux wood tiles?

We used it in our guest house and are happy with it. See link below. We used the 8" wide in the two different lengths and laid it out in a random pattern.

Note: I have kids and animals and have always had real, site finished oak wood floors in my kitchens and throughout the house. Never had problems with real wood.

Here is a link that might be useful: Cerdomus Barrique


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RE: Anyone use porcelain faux wood tiles?

http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load/bath/msg0420591618410.html7

We put it in last year, and love it! Here is my original post

Here is a link that might be useful: http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load/bath/msg0420591618410.html


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