How do I put grout on porcelain tile flooring?
Throughout our entire-living areas ( minus our bedrooms,using carpeting); we are putting down beautiful italian porcelain tiles from Italy. We are using the long rectangular shape ( 48 x 8). I’ve finally found the perfect medium gray distressed-wood look that we have been longing for. The look is very-beachy; with mostly gray, hint of white, hint of light blue throughout;, plus you can see the round-knots on some of the pieces ( it’s exactly what you see when you cut a tree (round circles). My question is; when applying the grout; we need to be careful not-to make the “grout” standout! We want the beautiful wood-look porcelain pieces to shine. Should we be using a much (lighter-gray shade) of grout, (so the tiles will stand out)? I need to be careful with this one; as the tiles were quite costly. I’m concerned that using a darker-grout, could takeaway from the beauty of the wood-look tiles! Thanks for your help & responses.. Ginny