DIY Grouted Vinyl Tiling

After weighing our options for bathroom flooring, we decided to try vinyl tiling with grout between to give it the appearance of genuine tile. We couldn't be happier with how it turned out, how easy it was and how inexpensive the entire project was!
To learn how to lay vinyl tiling with grout, check out the tutorial on The Rehomesteaders' blog at:
Grouted vinyl tiling
No need for cement board or a tile saw--vinyl tiles are cut easily with a utility knife or heavy duty scissors.
Vinyl tile grout comes premixed and is the consistency of caulking but dries hard like any other grout.

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  • Tegma
    on May 25, 2013

    Tho't of doing this myself, but was afraid the grout wouldn't be thick enough to keep from cracking after a bit. How long has it been since you did this? Also, did you leave extra space between the tiles to allow for more grout? Thanks!

  • Elizabeth
    on Oct 23, 2014

    ours is down for two years and counting....

    diy grouted vinyl tiling, bathroom ideas, home decor, tile flooring, tiling, We did this in our daughters bathroom and it looks great and looks like we just put it down We did not put down a sealer and we have had no problem it s two years old Our daughter washes her dogs in that bathroom and we haven t s
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