Love wood-looking floors? Consider tile flooring!

Love wood-looking floors? Consider tile flooring!

We honestly don't know anyone who doesn't love wood floors. But unfortunately, not everyone can have them, especially when excessively wet spaces like the bath.

Wood-look tile is an attractive option. It offers the visual appeal of hardwood with tile's countless benefits, including waterproof durability, a long lifespan, and easy care.

For that reason, wood look tiles have become the go-to choice among the customers of our tile shop. They are especially ideal for those who long for wood in a steamy, wet space like the bath.

Wood-look tile: a go-to alternative for many homeowners

Kitchens, hallways, and sometimes even the bath can be pretty busy. You need something tough enough to stand up to it.

It also needs to be waterproof; as many of us know, some materials, like genuine wood, can be damaged by water and moisture.

These tiles come with raised grains, intricate patterns, textures, and various colors, including the high trending variation. So feel free to go into our tile store to see the beauty for yourself!

Porcelain wood-look tile

Porcelain is often the tile of choice for a wood-look tile. From a design standpoint, it's a large format with few seams, i.e., visual breaks. However, this tile also comes in countless colors and designs that look like anything, including wood.

However, from a functional point of view, they are heavier and denser than ceramics. That makes them ideal for busy, heavily trafficked rooms like the kitchen, stairs, or hallway.

This floor tile can last for 75-100 years, is durable, and easy to clean. It's also a through-body color which means scratches and dents will be well hidden!

Flooring experts for over 35 years

Think of local, family-owned company Sharon & Son's Flooring & Cabinets as your one-stop shopping source. They'll help you select tile flooring, but you can also learn about complementary remodeling services!

Visit us today for a free floor tile quote. We're in Santa Ana, CA, serving all of Orange County.