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Mohawk Delanova or Bayou porcelain tile

Posted by debbie1031 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 20, 11 at 9:57

I thought I hit submit this morning but can't find it, so if a duplicate shows up, I apologize!
Has anyone installed Mohawk's Delanova in Caramello Latte or Chiara Cream or Bayou in Morning Fawn? Or Daltile Castle de Verre? I love the way they look on the sample boards but am wondering if they read light, medium or overly patterned IRL. ALso how about upkeep? Grout freaks me out a little. Lighter grouts with lighter tiles is a gorgeous look to me, but if it gets dirty it looks so bad!And I don't want to be a slave to my floors.
Pictures would be fantastic! Thanks!


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RE: Mohawk Delanova or Bayou porcelain tile

Oh- also- my sample board says Bayou, but I think it's also called Orleans.


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RE: Mohawk Delanova or Bayou porcelain tile

On the grout issue, I would use spectra Lock from Laticrete. triple the cost but it wont freak you out once you have it. It will stay clean. Good Luck


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RE: Mohawk Delanova or Bayou porcelain tile

Thank you for the advice! Not something I would have known!


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RE: Mohawk Delanova or Bayou porcelain tile

Debbie 1031,
I was wondering which tile you decided on and how you like it. I just saw your posts from March, and we are considering Mohawk's Delanova in Caramello Latte or Chiara cream. We haven't seen a big sample of Chiara cream. Thanks for your input.


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