Hardwood Porcelain Tile
We all love the look of hardwood floors, but most contractors say it has no place in a moist bathroom. The next best thing may be faux hardwood porcelain tile.
Wood Tile: The tile industry has gotten so creative at manufacturing tiles out of one material to look like another material. Today porcelain tile can be made to look like real hardwood. And the difference is amazing. Gazzini is a leader in this area with their Echowood series that simulates the grain, beauty, and texture of a wood floor, but with the characteristics of enduring tile.
Glass Tile: Glass tile has always been trendy. And the bonus is that most glass tile is made from recycled glass. Whether accenting a backsplash in a kitchen, shower walls or floors, the lustrous color of glass tile adds luminescence not found in natural stone or ceramic tile. But when used in combination with these classics, the result becomes a dimension of its own.
Sharper Lines: Seamlessness is a word used across the spectrum of all trade. That’s a word designers use to say the trend is toward smaller grout lines and sharper angles with sweeping patterns. There are many materials, like stone and mesh tile, that can be combined to create a unique look that captures exactly what you are looking for and always catches the eye.
Locally, McCullough Tile and Stone: Tel: 336-744-0660
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