A: Any grout color that matches the tile will do.
A: Lattacrete silvershadow
A: I used "Dove Gray" Fusion Pro single component grout. Bought at a tile supply company in Portland, OR.
A: We chose a charcoal Gray. We used the tile on an outdoor covered balcony in the Pacific Northwest, so we wanted it to be low maintenance.
A: Hi, Kandice! For our Twenties Vintage, we recommend Custom Building Products grout color #60 Charcoal. It is important to note that grout color is a personal preference and can greatly impact the overall look of an overall installation. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at (800)-963-7652.
A: I used whisper grey from The Tile Shop. Not quite white and not dark. I love it.
A: When I ordered, it was per piece. Of course when I picked it up the tiles were boxed with extra tiles wrapped.
A: We used ours in an indoor application. Easy to install and beautiful.
A: I love this tile. I used it for my stove backsplash.
A: Hi, Ann! Yes, our Twenties Vintage Tile is suitable for outdoor installations. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at (800)-963-7652.
A: Yes, it can be used as in an outdoor porch.
A: I believe this is to be used as a wall tile application only. The tile is an accent tile and I would suggest using for only that
A: This Type Ceramic tile isn’t made for exterior use. It could easily crack or disclolor in an outdoor environment.
A: Yes, the product is suitable for that application.
A: Yes. Make sure thinset mortar is completely dried for at least 24 hrs before you grout though
A: Hi ALM, Yes, our Twenties Vintage has a glazed, matte finish which would make it perfect for a shower floor! Due to the glazed finish, this tile will not absorb water through the glaze. If the background construction is waterproofed properly, this tile would be a great choice for a shower floor. This tile has a DCOF (Dynamic Coefficient of Friction) rating of 0.42. To be considered slip resistant for DCOF, a tile must meet or exceed the required rating of 0.42. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at (800)-963-7652. Hope this helps!
A: I used mine on a bathroom floor. I would think it would need to be a large shower to get enough pattern. The tile is a little slippery when it gets wet, too. Consider that.
A: Since a shower floor pan isn’t perfectly flat, I imagine it would be extremely difficult to contour around the drain due to the size of this tile without cracking the tiles. I would not recommend for a shower floor.
A: I wouldn't recommend it. I think with all that water, it would get too slick. Use something with more grout lines. I used this for the bathroom floor with variegated grey penny round on the shower floor. It's beautiful.