Ceramic tile is used interchangeably with porcelain. Technically, both traditional and porcelain tiles are ceramics made from clay and other minerals and are fired at high temperatures.
Porcelain tiles are a form of ceramic but they are fired at much higher temperatures. Porcelain is dense and highly moisture resistant which makes it a good choice for bathroom and outdoors.
Glass tiles range from opaque to opalescent. They’re available in broad sizes, shapes, textures, designs and finishes. They are excellent for anything from accents to full-wall mosaic treatments.
Travertine's a sedimentary rock composed of calcite. It's nearly impossible to keep a shine, but once it settles into its native, matte finish, few materials offer the warmth that travertine does.
Marble flooring is making a comeback! With its strength and durability, and over five-hundred varieties available, the possibilities are virtually limitless.