Laying wood look tile everywhere. Grout or no grout?

4 years ago
We're planning on installing this Marazzi Montagna smoky black wood look tile in our entire main living space of our house. It'll cover the foyer, hallways, living, dining and kitchen. We've had a couple of installation quotes and the most recent suggested laying it with no grout divisions. To just place them as close as possible together then once the thinset dries to fill in all spaces with grout.

I've never heard something like that before. But they said it would increase the wood look of these tiles and that once everything dries, it would appear as though the pieces are tightly laid next to each other.

Any thoughts or advice on this?

The image is a photo of the product once installed. This is from the site's product page.

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