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what color grout

Posted by madsic (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 1, 13 at 14:46

What color grout should I use for these porcelain wood looking tiles. I know I'm in wrong forum but it seems like no ones on the flooring forum. Thses are serso mahogany color.


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These tiles


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I think either espresso or terra cotta


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I would say terra cotta, because it seems closer to the tile, but I'm worried that the picture of the grout might not be an accurate representation. The espresso, since it definitely doesn't "match," might be safer. But it would also be more obtrusive. Both meet my personal criteria for "dirt colored grout," which is the only kind I'd have on a floor.

Love that floor tile, BTW.


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Yea I was thinking espresso more cause online ppl say it drys lighter after you put it in. So I figure ill go darker with espresso. I bought a cream/beige color grout by therecommendation from the guy in Lowe's. Which i don't think will look good at all. Yes I love the tile also thank you


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Do two sample boards. You don't want to get this wrong.
You will be able to see how it dries for a better opinion. Give it a day or two just to be sure.


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RE: what color grout

Do two sample boards. You don't want to get this wrong.
You will be able to see how it dries for a better opinion. Give it a day or two just to be sure.


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