Tile That Looks Like Wood
When you think of tile, you usually think about style, functionality, and durability. Wood look flooring is a popular trend for both residential and commercial flooring. It is versatile and features incredibly realistic visuals. Tile manufacturers have been producing realistic, quality floors for all to enjoy. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are used to create wood look tiles, and they are made to not only look like wood but also feature the same textures and even details like grain and knots.
Tile is easily adaptable to new styles, and uses high-tech digital printing technology to create a wood image. High-end tiles allow you to have a natural variation in your floor like you would with natural hardwood. Wood look tiles come in planks and can even vary in size to give off a more realistic look. Hanover Carpet One Floor & Home has a wide selection of wood look tile for you to look at and consider for your next project.
Updating your kitchen or bathroom can be as simple as replacing the flooring or you can choose to do a total overhaul. As your local flooring retailer, we also offer kitchen and bathroom renovation and design services. Choose from a variety of countertops, cabinets, flooring and more.
Benefits of Wood Look Tile
When you have wood look tile installed in your home, you can take back time from your weekly cleaning routine. Tile requires only occasional mopping and sweeping to prevent build up on the surface of the tile. Tile is known to resist scratches, stains and scuffs, which hardwood cannot.
Wood look tile can be installed anywhere in your home due to its durability and resistance to moisture. Porcelain is a popular material used for wood look tile, and you can install wood look flooring in places like your kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, even in the mudroom. Not only can you have a unique style, but now you can have a unified look to your home by extending your wood look tile into multiple spaces.
To learn more about wood look tile, please visit our showroom in Tampa, FL to speak with a flooring professional today!
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