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Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic tiles boast versatility when it comes to styles, finishes and shapes. One of the most common tiles found in homes up and down the UK, it’s no surprise that ceramic tiles are so popular. Ceramic tiles strike the perfect balance between looks and practicality as they’re dense and durable, but they come in almost any shape, style and effect you can think of. From gloss kitchen splashbacks in a herringbone laying pattern to marble-effect ceramic tiles on the wall of a wet-room, ceramic tiles can add a touch of class and luxe to any space.

Here at Tile and Flooring Superstore, there’s no end to the selection of ceramic tiles. Decorated ceramics in Moroccan patterns or classic Victorian patterns sit alongside choices of wood-effect, brick-shaped metro tiles and stone-effect tiles too. Make an impact with something bold and creative in the kitchen or create a centrepiece in your living room, bedroom or hallway with a statement tile adorning the walls.

Can you use ceramic tiles on floors?

Injecting personality and taste is easy with ceramic tiles but these tiles aren’t recommended for this on floors in bathrooms because they’re not as resistant to slip as other floor tiles. It could be more prudent to use porcelain tiles here. For areas like the kitchen or hallway though, ceramic tiles are hard to break and only a severe impact is going to crack these tiles so they’re fine for use.

Ceramic tiles on floors offer homeowners unlimited amounts of expression as combinations of tiles and the choice of hundreds of laying patterns (here’s some of the most popular) leave possibilities wide open!

How do you maintain ceramic tiles?

Maintenance of ceramic tiles is very low and they will only require the occasional mop. Most manufacturers give a recommendation of when ceramic tiles should be re-sealed or re-treated (if your chosen tiles need to be) and this is typically only every 3 to 4 years. It’s possible to buff out small scratches in the surface of ceramic tiles too because the glaze sits on top of a ceramic base, meaning the entire tile isn’t compromised.

Can I use ceramic tiles for a fireplace or around a wood-burner?

Ceramic tiles boast heat-resistance, as do porcelain tiles and a couple of others, so we’ve put together a simple guide on what you can and can’t use for fireplaces or around wood-burners. A tile design around a wood-burner can be the stunning finishing touch you’re after! Don’t forget to use heat-resistant adhesive and grout too. Try a textured slate-effect tile behind a fireplace or wood-burner for the rugged ‘woodland cabin’ effect that’s trending lately.

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