Ceramic tile is made by heating and cooling natural clay. It is strong, easy to maintain and cost effective. This makes it an appealing choice over many other types of flooring, such as vinyl, carpeting and wood, none of which can compete with ceramic on all these points. The wide variety of shapes, colors, sizes and designs available are the icing on the cake. Explore the options for ceramic floor tile and learn about how you can use it in your home when you stop into Taikotile.com.
Blue, red, green, orange, grey, black, brown and classic white—ceramic tile comes in a rainbow of beautiful colors, adding to its appeal. Solid colors, faux finishes and patterns that create stunning designs on the floors of your home are all included in Taikotile’s ceramic floor tile selection.
Plank, mosaic, hexagonal, square and rectangular ceramic floor tiles all add beautiful style to your floor. Different shapes can drastically affect the feeling of your space. Don’t be afraid to install larger tiles, which can help a room look bigger, more open and less busy.
Recent advancements have made it possible for wood-look planks to give the appearance of a natural wood floor by mimicking its authentic knots, grains and shades. Large square ceramic tiles are also very effective at resembling a variety of different natural stone finishes like marble and slate. Keep in mind that the arrangement and shape of the tiles will help you replicate the specific faux look that you desire.
From large to small, the variety of sizes available in ceramic tile allows you to find the perfect fit for your room. Our most popular sizes are 80 x 80 cm , 60 x 120 cm and 80 x 160 cm. We also offer ceramic wood-look floor tile in square and rectangle tiles and planks, meaning that you’ll find an option that works well for you.
The finish you choose for your tile definitely impacts its look and feel. Ceramic tile with a glazed finish provides an extra layer of protection that makes the tile impervious to stains and moisture. It’s a helpful idea to check out tile in person in order to feel the difference in finishes from high gloss to matte to polished.