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Peel and stick wall tiles are like decorative wall stickers that allow to you change the look and feel of your indoor spaces. If you are short on budget and time, and are looking to create a high-end impression in your home, this is the tile to go with.
Metal tiles shiny, beautiful, and durable. Then, there are metal mosaic tiles that are no less than a gorgeous artwork – ready to adorn your indoor walls, accents, and backsplashes.
Splash back is an important feature in bathroom for two reasons. First, it protects your walls from splashes of water. And second, it adds to the design element and enhances the look and feel of your bathroom.
In simple, grout fills the space between tiles. But if you think, this is the only use of grout, you are wrong. Grout is what keeps your tile stable after installation. And it is grout that prolongs the life of your installation.
Ceramic tiles are designed and manufactured over a high temperature to have sturdiness and durability. If you want design or remodel your bathroom, you can surely consider ceramic tiles due to many of their characteristics.
Travertine is a widely used natural stone for indoors and outdoors. Travertine is known for its pores that appear in the rock, it has been processed from. With colors ranging from white to tan and rust – travertine make a suitable choice for bathrooms, patios, and poolside areas.
Stone porcelain tiles are a type of textured porcelain tiles that have been designed to imitate detailed visual characteristics a variety of natural stones. Not only do these tiles look exactly like natural stones, but also are very close to the sturdiness and durability offered by natural stones.
White is the color of peace and tranquility. It is one of the most chosen colors in interior design. With ShadesOfStone’s classic white tiles, you can add a dash of freshness and splash some shine and light.
Tuscany is a beautiful natural stone that you can consider including in your kitchen design. A variation of travertine, Tuscany is one of the most used stone due to its close resemblance to marble and onyx. However, it is neither.
Most brand stores sell and tell that ceramic and porcelain tiles are same. To some extent, that could be true. Porcelain tiles are put into the category of ceramic tile, because they are a ceramic product.