Best for creating showy, flashy, fun vertical surfaces. Glass tile makes the space feel larger by bouncing light throughout the room. It also creates a beautiful visual effect that you can play with by strategic positioning. Because glass cracks under pressure, glass tiles are not usually appropriate for floors.
Made from a mixture of clays and other natural materials, shaped and fired at high
temperatures. Traditional ceramic tile can be naturally-colored and left unglazed (terra cotta) or they can feature colored or glazing from matte to high gloss. They tend to be very durable which is important if you have a family or pets. Ceramic tiles have a much longer life in comparison to other materials that are used to cover floors and walls.
Metal tiles can add a versatile and textural design element to your bathroom or kitchen wall or floor. This is a good choice if you feel like your home has too much wood. Metal tiles appeal to our visual senses and can be as finessed or funky as your design tastes allow. Larger metal tiles can be used on countertops, too.
Porcelain tile is a type of ceramic tile. The main differences are that Porcelain is composed of finer clays and fired at higher temperatures. That process makes porcelain tile more homogenous, much stronger and less prone to moisture and stain absorption. For those reasons, it can be suitable for both indoor and outdoor installations.
The biggest advantage of marble floor tile is that it can instantly elevate the appearance of a space, giving it a regal bearing that is hard to imitate. At the same time marble is available in multiple colors
Granite is a hard stone that is virtually impossible to break. With proper care, granite flooring will last a lifetime and will remain in great condition
Glass mosaic tiles are popular for their unmatched variety and visual appeal. Their non-porous attributes justifies their use in wet areas as in kitchen tiles, bathroom flooring and pool tiles