Wood TileReal wood looks for areas with moisture
Add a Wood Look
Nothing can truly add style and value to your home like real wood, but wood unfortunately isn’t appropriate in all settings. In kitchens and bathrooms, for example, wood simply cannot handle the high moisture and heat levels. How, then, can you add wood’s luxury to these types of settings? You can opt for wood tile.
Modern-day wood tile looks very much like real wood, largely because of advances in digital printing technologies. The surface features authentic wood grains and markings, and some higher-end wood tiles even offer realistic textures. But, wood tiles do offer the same performance as regular ceramic and porcelain tiles. They will resist moisture and heat, and they also remain relatively easy to clean. As a result, wood tile is appropriate in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and other areas where moisture is an issue. Many wood tile options are even suitable for custom showers and baths!
Buddy Allen Carpet One in Nashville, TN has you covered with a great selection of tile that looks like wood. Let’s take a look at two of our featured styles:
MSI Redwood Series: Redwood tiles from MSI offer real wood appearances, but they feature an ultra-durable porcelain construction. They therefore can be installed on floors, walls, countertops, and backsplashes. Redwood tiles are available in 6”x24” and 6”x36” tiles, so they even look like wood planks.
American Marazzi Harmony: The Harmony series from American Marazzi, like MSI Redwood, combines the looks of real wood with the strength of porcelain. Harmony tiles, however, are considered color body porcelain, which means that they have a consistent color and pattern through the entire body of the tile. Consequently, scratches and chips are less visible.
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