Ceramic floor tiles – a quick guide
Ceramic tiles are usually glazed, making them only appropriate for use on walls, however some can be used on floors as well. Ceramic tiles are formed of clay, are fired at a lower temperature, and absorb more water than porcelain tiles. The main advantage of ceramic tiles is that there are more designs to choose from than porcelain tiles.
A few of our favourite ceramic tile ranges
Our stunning Boulevard range is a popular choice with customers. These gorgeous patterned floor tiles come in a variety of styles that are suitable for use in bathrooms, hallways, and kitchens.
The Olympia range features glorious Victorian-style tiles that will add sophisticated charm to your decor. Why not design a majestic entrance hall, a lovely Victorian-style kitchen, or a gorgeous Victorian-style bathroom? These tiles are manufactured of high-quality ceramic and have a handy anti-slip coating and can be used on floors and walls around the home.
Grout for ceramic floor tiles
Don’t forget to consider which grout colour you want to use when you’re choosing your ceramic floor tiles. The shade you select can drastically alter the appearance of your tiling. Opt for a coordinating grout colour for a more seamless look or make the tiles stand out more with a contrasting shade.
Samples of ceramic floor tiles
If you need samples or advice with creating your perfect porcelain tiled bathroom, kitchen, hallway living room or outdoor area, the Direct Tile Warehouse team will be pleased to help.