Why Your Next Floor Should Be Wood-Look Ceramic Tile
Every style of floor tile can offer you long-term durability and easy maintenance. Ceramic tiles are even better because they have a ceramic coating that helps repel water and stains. If you want a modern tile flooring that will look great for years and work with all of your rooms’ decor, look for wood-look ceramic tile because:
Wood flooring is a timeless trend.
There’s nothing like a wood floor to make your house feel homey and warm through style alone. There are a lot of different ways to achieve the look, including:
- traditional hardwood flooring
- laminate panels that snap together for a floating floor
- vinyl panels
Ceramic tiles can also duplicate the look and slight texture of a wood floor while maintaining all of the benefits of a ceramic floor, including easy maintenance. They come in a wide selection of colors, stains, and styles, so you can control the final look down to the exact shade. Because wood flooring is a style that will stay popular for decades, it’s a great long-term investment for your home.
Wood-look floors also don’t restrict future remodels. You can choose new furnishings, a new color palette, and even completely new fixtures and hardware. Wood blends well with any style without clashing or fading into the background.
Ceramic tile works in every room of your house.
Open floor plans are becoming more and more popular, and you don’t have to knock down walls to achieve the look. Installing flooring that can extend seamlessly from room to room makes the whole space feel connected. Ceramic tile is one of the best materials to use throughout your whole house. Not only can it handle high-traffic and high-impact areas like your front entrance, it can stand up to moisture in your kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry room.
Get all the benefits of wood flooring and ceramic tile by visiting Flooring Innovations at either of our flooring showrooms in Palm Springs or Palm Desert, CA
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