And I have to admit that I had to rip out the entrance area again after I messed it up with the grouting... grr. But it was only a question of patience - and having enough spare tiles ;-)
MinimumWorld and they are great because one side is sandstone and the other slate - so, one has the choice. I opted for sandstone inside.
I drew some lines to help me keep the directions.After trying a number of glues, Pritt stick worked best and was least messy.
Once dry, I did NOT varnish them but spread polyfiller on the entire surface - covering everything with a VERY fine coat.
... but after 4 minutes it shows that a thin white film remains. Perfect because I wanted a more homogenous look - without this 'whitewash' the floor seemed to busy.
|Weights come in handy as well...|
I made a test to see what varnishing the floor would do - and it showed that the white did disappear somewhat. So, I left it unvarnished, even though a little shine would have looked great as well. Can't have it all!
Here what it looks when all is dry. In the background under the newspaper hides that great door I got from Pipi Turner! Fitting it without a door frame meant that I had to polyfill around... will show you once I have it perfect.