There is a tile option for nearly any application, and your imagination and creativity are your only limitations when installing tile. From porticos in a dining room to a tiled hearth in front of a fireplace, you can adapt tile to nearly any surface, indoors or out.
While your installation options are only limited by your imagination, there are a number of ideas already in place to get your creative juices flowing. Although flooring has always been the number one usage of porcelain tile, you aren’t limited to just floors. The ancient Romans saw the benefit of tile in its durability, and this fact is not lost on us modern folks. Tile is great for high traffic situations thanks to its strength and resiliency to staining and wear.
Thanks to the variety of sizing options of ceramic tiles, design flexibility is drastically improved. You can opt for smaller 6″ x 6″ tiles, all the way up to the 24″ x 24″, as well as the squaring options, such as “brick and block” or “Flemish” style joints.
In many cases, adding a tile floor to your home will increase its potential resale value tremendously. Potential buyers will certainly take notice of a well installed and designed tile floor.