Porcelain– Porcelain is a very popular choice for floors. Being highly durable and virtually water resistant, porcelain tile is available in every possible size, shape, color, texture, and finish. Wood look porcelain tiles as well as the classic look of natural stone tiles have become very popular due to its durability, being easy to clean and maintain whether indoor or outdoor.
Natural Stone– Usually marble, granite, slate, limestone, travertine, or sandstone, natural stone tiles are made from genuine stone that has been used for thousands of years. Each piece is unique with natural markings, adding interest and organic appeal being nature’s naturally occurring artwork.
Ceramic– Ceramic tile is very similar to porcelain tile, but not as dense and has a higher absorption rate being made of clay that has been fired in a kiln. The tiles have been coated with a special glaze to protect and seal it making them very practical and functional for most indoor projects.
Glass– Design options are relatively endless with glass tiles. There are tons of finishes available and very versatile. Glass tiles can be used in any room. From Swimming pools to walls to backsplashes, glass adds a stylish appeal picking up light in any area to create that jaw dropping look.
Metal– Available in stainless steel, and aluminum, and copper, metal tiles come in a variety of finishes to create a sleek look to any backsplash or wall.
Cement– Cement tiles are versatile, durable, and handmade available in lots of patterns, sizes, colors and powerful designs. They have been around for hundreds of years, and recently making a very trendy come back. They are a good choice for indoor flooring as they are slip-resistant.
Hardwood– Real hardwood flooring is as unique as a fingerprint, no two hardwood floors are the same; this is because no two trees are alike. There have different grain patterns, colors, and texture. On the downside, Hardwood flooring is a porous natural material that will absorb moisture and liquids, which can lead to water damage in the long-term.
Mosaic– Mosaic tiles feature unique mosaic decorations. They are used to add a modern and original touch to a space, including walls and floors. They are most commonly used for bathrooms and kitchens to create a highlighting backsplash effect.
Large Format Panels– These large size tiles create a seamless look with joints that almost disappear. They can be used in any size room on the walls and floors.