Posted on November 12, 2014

Tiles Options

Since the long bygone years, tile flooring has been in practice for literally any room. Known to instantly add to the richness of the room, they bring back the artistry and masonry utilised during the medieval era. Floor tiles highly exude warmth and appeal in the house. It is important to select style and colour that you will enjoy for years to come.

Types of Tiles -

Ceramic Tiles:

Made of bricks, minerals and water, Ceramic tiles do not wear out and can withstand any amount of pressure thrown at it. This type of tile is very hard, and the colour goes all the way through the material. They can be glazed or unglazed.

Porcelain Tiles:

Also known as 'vitrified' tiles, they are little more of a high quality tile that is extremely strong and nonporous. This makes them almost impervious to liquid and are waterproof. Porcelain tiles are very difficult to cut and install and the blades are known to have worn out while cutting them. Glazed porcelain tiles are becoming more common in homes, although they are more expensive.

Mosaic Tiles:

The small sized tiles found in the bathroom and kitchen floors and walls form the Mosaic Tiles. Found in many different shapes, they are usually made out of unglazed porcelain. The grout lines in them prevent us from slipping and provide a good grip.

Terra cotta Tiles:

Taking you to an ancient era, these tiles can be either handcrafted or machine made. They acquire the same colour as the material they are made from and have high colour retention.

The word ‘Tile’ is actually a generic term which is used to describe various types of stones and paving products which are available for flooring. Of the wide range of tiles that are available, ceramic tiles are ideal for Kitchen, porches, bathrooms and other moisture prone areas. Porcelain tiles can be used both indoors and outdoors. Mosaic tiles can be used in low traffic areas as their maintenance can be quite difficult.

Introduce beauty as you walk, be it in your kitchen, bathroom, entryway, or other space. Tile is a versatile accent that allows you to add decorative embellishments to your kitchen, bathroom and many other areas. Depending on what material you choose, tile can last for the entire lifetime of a house. Tiles have the capacity to imbue a room with a sense of lavish luxury. Combining the best of flooring options available, the team at Saran Developers have used vitrified tiles in high traffic area, ceramic tiles in the sit out and balconies and skid resistant ceramic tiles in the toilets. Thus making Mulberry Woods invoke elegance and elevate the style and sophistication of the apartment.

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