Ceramic tiles – a quick guide
Ceramic tiles are normally glazed, making them suitable exclusively for use on walls, however some can also be used on floors. Ceramic tiles are made of clay and are baked at a lower temperature than porcelain tiles, allowing them to absorb more water. The biggest advantage of ceramic tiles over porcelain tiles is that there are more designs to pick from.
A few of our favourite ceramic tile ranges
Our beautiful Boulevard collection is a popular option among clients. These beautiful patterned floor tiles are perfect for use in bathrooms, hallways, and kitchens and is available in a range of patterns.
The Olympia collection includes beautiful Victorian-style tiles that will lend refined appeal to any room. Why not create a grand entrance hall, a wonderful Victorian-style kitchen, or a stunning Victorian-style bathroom? These tiles are made of high-quality ceramic and include a useful anti-slip coating. They may be used on floors and walls around the house.
Grout for ceramic tiles
When choosing your ceramic tiles, don’t forget to think about the grout colour you want to use. The colour you choose will have a significant impact on the aesthetic of your tiling. For a more seamless look, use a similar grout colour, or use a contrasting hue to make the tiles stand out more.