Wooden floors are always part of the classic interior. Have you ever imagined that they will be modernized in the form of tiles! Of course, real wood is not cut into tiles; rather, the tiles are modernized to look like wood material. It is the constant need to stylize the home or offices with a contemporary vision that has given rise to lasting look-alike for wood. Its popularity in terms of dazzling and trendy home design has grown over time. In fact, they are becoming an imperative part of the classy home interior. There are a couple of designs that have a tendency to hypnotize viewers.
Very famous as the hottest recycled wood designs. Here, the planks have been remodeled and reconciled with random widths and lengths. Beige Sierra is known as an easy to clean and easy to handle porcelain wood tile that has an exclusively realistic wood grain shape. Along with this, a tile is also an excellent option for accented walls and even a backsplash.
Available in shades of deep cocoa brown ranging from beige with intense white streaks, it is an obvious choice to give a rustic touch to the room. Not only that, these tiles find their special place in contemporary or modern environments. The beautiful looks with a bucolic appeal make it ideal for homes.
The excellent thing about Copper Ecowood is that its soft, neutral tone has been considered suitable for gelling well with cottage-style houses and contemporary villas. Its subtle wood grain pattern is versatile which allows a person to use it anywhere in the house; whether it’s the kitchen or any part of the room in the house. This tile flooring has a matte finish and embellished with glazed coating for easy maintenance.
In Greige Upscape, new saw marks can be seen as if they came directly from the mill. Being realistic on the side, they are becoming in demand and extremely durable in terms of giving an aesthetic touch to the flooring.
Easily accessible in a kit with 3 different sizes to have a well finished installation, the tiles are simply majestic in nature. They are known for being authentic and full of character. In addition, its medium brown tone is suitable for different shades of the walls.
Known for its rich, high-level perspective, Pine Sonoma’s golden brown hue is embellished with a subtle grain, an incredibly realistic approach and highly refined quality. And of course it is water resistant and the fade resistant qualities make them extremely demanding.
by Amy Brown