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Opinions on grout

Posted by katishooked (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 17, 09 at 19:15

The tribal table is finally done. Whew. The dk grout for the heart to edge I am fine with. The white of the spider web is not to my liking. Debated on doing a lighter black wash over the white. But decided to try to tone down the white with a silver paint wash. I am torn at what to do. Change it or leave it as is. I really would like to hear your opinions. It woulod help me out a lot. Thanks

Kat


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RE: Opinions on grout

I like the silver wash idea!


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I would listen to NT she seems to know more about grout than the rest of us...just look at all the colors she has used lately. It is mind boggling....never in my years could I mix that many colors...


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Yes, NT rocks on the grout. So does her dtr BTW. :)


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So sorry. My gosh I was going to post the pix sp you could see what I'm talking about. Here they are.Tribal table groutedTribal table This is after the silver wash!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Just beautiful Kat!!!! Love all the colors!!


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I agree I think the white is too white

I'm not sure which color I'd go with (light black or silver) but I think you should do one. Otherwise, the table looks great!


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that pic is after the wash? okay it needs more I think either more concentrated silver or even go into a bronze tone. How do you feel about it?


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