Measure the length of the transition. Lay out the tile strip and mark where you will need to cut the strip to allow it to fit correctly. Cut the tile strip on a tile or wet saw.
Apply a thin layer of mortar to the floor with a notched trowel. Set the tile in place. Press firmly on the tile to ensure a good bond with the mortar. Allow the mortar to set according to the manufacturer's directions.
Use a rubber float to apply grout to the tile. Press firmly to get the grout in between the tiles. Allow the grout to set for 15 minutes, and then use a damp sponge to remove any grout residue from the floor.
Things You Will Need
- Measuring tape
- Tile saw
- Tile strip
- Notched trowel
- Rubber float
- Tile strips are available at home improvement or flooring stores. They are backed by a mesh liner to help make sure the tiles are straight and uniform.
- Purchase a grout color that is similar to the existing tile grout. Having the same or similar color will help soften the transition.