What is the best room for tile flooring?

What is the best room for tile flooring?

That question depends on the type because a tiled floor can look just as great in the living room and hallway as the kitchen. Each style is available in an almost unlimited number of designs, shapes, and sizes, but they all have different characteristics that make some better for some projects than others. The professionals at our tile store can help you find the right one for your project.

Porcelain floors: Ideal floor tile for heavily trafficked, busy rooms

A type of ceramic porcelain is made of non-porous clay, sand, and glass; it's fired at higher temperatures resulting in a heavier, denser tile that's waterproof whether or not it's glazed. You can also use it on patio or deck floors or poolside because it can withstand any weather condition, including the freeze-thaw cycle.

Porcelain is a large format, a through-body color that's available in countless colors and patterns. It can be made to look like anything, including wood, stone, fabric, and leather. You'll be amazed when you come into our tile shop because we have a complete inventory from brands such as Daltile, Happy Floors, MSI, and more.

About ceramics

The 4 X 4 squares (also available in other sizes) are highly designed and often glazed. These are best for moderately busy indoor rooms, while subway tiles should only be used in indoor, low-traffic rooms like the bedroom.

Terracotta bricks are making a big comeback for indoor use. These highly durable pieces have a beautiful reddish-brown color that works so well in rustic interiors. Be sure to ask about sealing requirements.

Mosaics are the tiny, often glass-coated decorative pieces trending for bathroom floors. Its distinctive designs with many grout lines enhance traction; don't let the size fool you because they are just as durable as decorative.

If you want to add some "wow!" factor, select some Listellos, bands of border tiles used as accents.

For stunning visuals and durable, long-lasting beauty, look no further than tile flooring! The Infinite Floors and More showroom is located in Burnsville, MN, convenient to Lakeville, Prior Lake, Savage, and Apple Valley. Come in to explore, learn more and get a free quote.