Top tile flooring trends

Top tile flooring trends

Often, you don't need to do a complete top-to-bottom renovation because a new floor can do wonders to refresh a room, especially if the new surface is floor tile! With terracotta bricks now being used inside, boasting nature-inspired colors, especially the sea and sky. Art Deco, Roman, and Greek-themed patterns are prevalent with encaustics; block colors; hexagons, triangles; travertine; terrazzo, and slate. You'll see them all in our tile shop.

Wood-look tiles: one of the biggest trends

This combines the beauty of wood with the waterproof functionality of tile. It's the perfect answer if you want wood in your bathroom or other wet space where wood isn't recommended for installation. Intricate patterns, including wood's raised grains, are possible with a modern technology called Inkjet. The tile can be cut into planks of various sizes and are available in light, medium, dark tones, and the trending high variation color.

They keep getting bigger and bigger

Large-format tiles are in, and porcelain responds nicely to this trend. A heavier and denser tile ideal for floors in busy rooms like the kitchen can range in large sizes and go all the way up to 25 X 25. However, because of that large size, it's often preferred for wood or stone look tiles.

You also won't believe your eyes when you walk into our tile store because porcelain comes in countless colors and designs. This tile can be made to look like anything, including fabric, leather, and, of course, wood and stone! It's also a through-body color, meaning that the hue goes all the way through the bisque, rather than the traditional manner of just sitting on a glaze. This makes chips and scratches indiscernible.

Tile flooring will add sophistication, style, and value to your home. It's also easy to care for and, since dirt and dust have no place to hide, they can be easily seen and quickly wiped off, which is great for allergy and asthma sufferers. So let our professionals help you find the just-right one for your remodeling project, and we'll also give you a free quote. The Warehouse is located in Statesboro, GA, convenient to Sylvania, Lyons, Hinesville, Metter, and Savannah.