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Porcelain Tile

Posted by Georgia1993 Georgia (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 18, 13 at 8:53

Hello All,
I want to replace the tile in my entrance. Right now it is just white 12x12. There is an opening to the living room which is carpeted with a Frieze carpet, stairs with similar carpet, and kitchen with light wood Pergo.
I was thinking of Porcelain tile since I don't want the swirly kind of look that Travertine gives. I don't want to do the wood looking Porcelain.
This is what I would like to do:
http://www.houzz.com/photos/contemporary/foyer-tile-
The tile is is 12x24. The area is 12'6" x 5'2".
I have two dogs and we enter the house through this entry. I have an area rug with rubber backing near the stairs so the dogs have good footing going up and coming down.
Any input regarding the pros or cons of putting Porcelain down or problems you see regarding area size and layout would be appreciated.


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Try the Flooring Forum. They should be able to help you.


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