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What do you put between hardwood and tile?

Flush Transitions

  1. Hardwood transition strips: A single transition strip that acts as a “ramp” from the lower hardwood floor to the higher tile floor.
  2. Stone-to-hardwood trim strips: A marble or granite strip that abuts to the tile floor, this strip then adjoins to the lower floor with a hardwood trim piece.

Also question is, can you grout between tile and hardwood?

Pick a grout color that blends with your tile. Grout can take a tile and elevate it to something unique. However, with wood-look tile, you really don’t want the grout to steal the show—you want it to disappear. Since hardwood floors don’t have much of a joint, you don’t want your tile to either.

Furthermore, can you mix wood and tile flooring? It always based on your size and construction of your home. And the good news is that you can easily access hardwood flooring with existing hardwood or you can mix two different types of hardwood tiles together for your better home. Installation is also depends upon your budget and size of carpet flooring.

Similarly, you may ask, should I install hardwood or tile first?

Order of Installation One consideration is that wood is easier to install compared to tile. Also, once tile is down in concrete and set up, it is there to stay, while hardwood may be installed in floating format and adjusted more easily.

Are transition strips necessary?

If you are dealing with two different types of floor coverings, a transition strip is almost always required. Each material needs some kind of finish along its edge, and different materials often create a change in floor height as well as how the floor behaves underfoot (soft, yielding carpet vs.


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