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WOODLOOK TILE IS BRING HARDWOOD AESTHETICS INTO YOUR HOME.

WOODLOOK13Thanks to advancements in high-definition imaging technology, it is quite hard to tell the difference between porcelain that looks like wood and real bona fide hardwood material. Browse our collection of wood-look tile articles to get your design ideas going.

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How do porcelain tiles add so much to the value of your home?

woodlook10 The look and feel of porcelain tiles instantly and effectively conveys quality, simplicity, and a hint of opulence at the same time. Any prospective home owner who walks into a room and is greeted by beautiful tile floor.

Beyond surface appearances, high quality porcelain floor tiles are very durable and resistant to impact, chemicals, water absorption, staining, and scratching. Maintenance is very easy, particularly with a well-glazed tile. This also makes it a very hygienic choice in any room, particularly the kitchen and bathroom. This is certainly a selling point with any home buyer.

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High Definition Porcelain Planks are one of the fastest growing segments in porcelain tile.

Wood grain patterning is universally admired. With porcelain and ceramic tile that looks like wood, you can add it to even more spaces. Rustic, “hand-scraped”, textured, and other wood grain tile options open up all kinds of design possibilities.
Porcelain tile WOODLOOKTILE12printed with wood patterns in high definition
offer picture-perfect natural wood color and variety with the durability that exceeds other floor coverings. Porcelain planks come in a beautiful array of colors and styles which include traditional, contemporary, classic, rustic, and even ultra rustics. Great for kitchens, bathrooms, family rooms, sun rooms, bedrooms, and even make a beautiful accent wall.    

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Porcelain and Ceramic Tile that looks like Hardwood Flooring

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The Woodlooktiles that looks like wood flooring offers you a tough, moisture-resistant, wear-resistant surface that gives you peace of mind as well as easy maintenance. Here’s how:

  • A realistic wood floor pattern for maximum visual effect
  • Supreme moisture-resistance, dent-resistance, and scratch resistance
  • Can be installed in any part of your home, including basements, bathrooms, and laundry areas
  • Fire-resistance
  • Extremely sturdy, lasting for decades without fading

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The latest flooring trend had been the porcelain wood look tiles

The recent developments at flooring industry had been incredible.Porcelain tiles moved closer and closer towards natural products such as marble, travertine and hardwood. Porcelain tiles today can provide the look and feel of natural products without the worries that are associated with them. The latest flooring trend had been the porcelain wood look tiles. While the porcelain tiles looks and feels like the natural wood, they have some superior attributes, that makes them ideal for uses at homes or commercial buildings. In order to give you the best possible quality, selection & price, we have focused our business to wood look tiles only. We seek out all the quality tile manufacturers and collect all of their wood look tile proWOODLOOKTILE9ducts into our website so that you do not need to search for them anymore.

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Eco-friendly Woodlook Tile

 Save trees by installing wood-look porcelain tiles in your home.Wood look tiles,available in Porcelain and ceramic, are an Eco-friendlyWLT19 and budget-friendly option to natural hardwood floors. Additionally, wood-look tiles are scratch-resistant and stain-proof and will not wear down as hardwood does over time. In kitchens and bathrooms, wood-look tile is an ideal solution because of the water and moisture levels these rooms are subjected to. The tile is easy to clean and never loses its shine. If you love the look of hardwood, but also love forests, opt for wood-look tiles and save nature, save money and save cleaning time.

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Wood Look Tiles Naturally Water Resistant

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One of the greatest advantages of wood tiles is that they perform incredibly well in areas that both hardwood and laminate traditionally struggle. Maybe most notable is the fact that wood tile has a spectacularly low water absorption rate, making it an excellent choice for the bathroom. This opens up a whole range of decoration options that are usually superseded by the fact that water damages wood. Plus, because it’s tile, it can even be installed as part of a heated floor while retaining the natural look of hardwood.

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BENEFIT OF WOOD LOOK TILE

WOODLOOK27 Porcelain and ceramic tile that looks like hardwood flooring is the answer. This tile that looks like wood flooring offers you a tough, moisture-resistant, wear-resistant surface that gives you peace of mind as well as easy maintenance. Here’s how:

  • A realistic wood floor pattern for maximum visual effect
  • Supreme moisture-resistance, dent-resistance, and scratch resistance
  • Can be installed in any part of your home, including basements, bathrooms, and laundry areas
  • Fire-resistance
  • Extremely sturdy, lasting for decades without fading

Ceramic tile and porcelain tiles that look like wood flooring adds tasteful decorative flavors to your interior, rivaled only by how  practical they are as flooring surfaces in every part of a residence or office.

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Ceramic Wood Look Tiles are Available for Purchase in a Wide Range of Finishes

Ceramic wood tiles are available for purchase in a wide range of finishes, sizes and colors. Choose from narrow planks in wedge, oak, bleach and natural maple, or look for darker stains in wide planks for a farmhouse look.

If the worn look of a painted wood floor is appealing, look into wood grain porcelain floors with a wash of color. Available in blue, green, beige and white these tiles can simulate the look of an old, painted floor with none of the maintenance.With the number of sizes and colors available, it is possible to create multiple floor patterns. Lay multiple sized planks together to simulate authentic wood floors, or create parquet patterns out of smaller, thinner planks. Two colors of ceramic wood tile can also be combined for inlaid floor patterns or to delineate a space.Ceramic wood tiles are approximately the same price as comparable hardwood floors. The benefit lies in the ongoing low maintenance and care free existence of the floor after installation. Consider the use of a vitrified porcelain floor in wood grain and gain the best of both worlds.

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Types of Porcelain tiles

 

. There are two main types of porcelain tile: Through-bodied porcelain tile and glazed porcelain tile.
Through-Bodied PorcelainTerm: The term through-body refers to the tile being consistent in composition through out the body of the tile. The color and texture runs through the entire dimensional thickness of the porcelain tile.

Features:

Strong and Dense Tile
Freeze/Thaw Stable for Exterior Use
Usually Slip Resistant unless polished
Superior Scratch & Chip Resistance
Similar color throughout if chip occurs
Choices may be limited
Material should be sealed

Composition: Through-body tile is derived from mixtures of clay, sand and other natural minerals that are shaped into tile and fired at high temperatures.

Appearance: Through-body tile is considered as one of the most fashionable choices for floors, walls and countertops. The color of the tile runs throughout its body.

Usage: Through-bodied porcelain tiles can be used for both residential and heavy commercial installations.
Glazed PorcelainTerm: Glaze is a glass wear layer or hard finish (usually colored), applied to the surface of machine-made clay tiles.
Features:

Strong and Dense Tile
Freeze/Thaw Stable for Exterior Use
Superior Stain Resistance
Many Choices in Color and Style
Only seal if glaze has been polished

Composition: Glazed porcelain has a body made of the porcelain material and a glaze applied over the surface. It is fired in a kiln and the result is a very strong bodied tile.

Appearance: Glazing, either shiny or matte, provides the most beautiful and varied colors, designs and decorations in ceramic tiles.

Performance: Glazed tiles are non-porous. The glaze being an impervious facial finish protects tile from stains and moisture. These tiles are usually easier to maintain and can be treated for a higher slip resistance.
Usage: Vitreous glazed floor tiles are a durable option for counter tops and walls, providing a surface that is practically stain-proof.