Versatility in Tile
We discerningly select the newest tile styles and trends, bringing you the ones that are sure to last (and won’t break your budget). Here are a few tried-and-true tile trends that we recommend – they’re smart investments that will pay off in terms of durability and style:
Created from a mixture of clays and other natural materials and fired in a kiln, ceramic tiles often have a decorative glaze. Because they are resistant to moisture, they have a much longer life compared to other materials used to cover floors and walls.
Used for thousands of years as building materials and decorative elements, natural stone refers to a number of products quarried from the earth. These include Granite, Marble, Limestone, Travertine, Slate, Quartzite, Sandstone, Adoquin, Onyx, and others.
Made from clay that is more refined and purified, porcelain tile is more dense and less porous than ceramic tile. And because it is harder than ceramic, it is less prone to moisture and stain absorption, while offering greater design flexibility.
Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
Get the look of stone or ceramic tile – including true colors, patterns, and surface textures – without the costs or maintenance worries. Replicate the look of limestone, marble, slate, or travertine with LVT, which is often hard to distinguish from the real thing.
Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP)
Similar to LVT, luxury vinyl plank offers a realistic-looking stone floor at a fraction of the price. Instead of square tiles, LVP offers varying plank lengths and widths that provide an alternative to square tiles while offering the same benefits as luxury vinyl tile.