Wood TileReal wood looks for your kitchen or bathroom setting
Real Wood Tile Looks
Nothing can add style and luxury to your home like real wood, but, as you probably know, wood isn’t appropriate for every home setting. In areas with moisture or heavy foot traffic, for example, wood planks won’t hold up. Fortunately, you can still add wood looks to these types of settings by choosing wood tile. What exactly is wood tile?
Because of advancements in digital printing technology, ceramic and porcelain tiles can be specially-made to look like real wood. From oak to maple to cherry, no wood look is off limits. But, these wood tiles still have the same constructions as regular tiles. They can withstand heat and moisture, and they also can handle foot traffic and other impacts. As a result, wood tile can be installed in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and other areas where hardwood isn’t practical. Furthermore, wood tile can even be installed on walls and in custom showers.
We at Hawaiian Carpet One have you covered when it comes time to choose tile that looks like wood. We offer styles from Bedrosians, MSI Stone, and Daltile.
Bedrosians Distressed: The Distressed collection from Bedrosians features three different wood look styles: Ciligeia, Noce, and Betulla. These tiles are made from real porcelain, so they can handle moisture and heat, and they also are available in 8”x24” or 8”x36” planks.
MSI Stone Botanica: Botanica tiles from MSI Stone have a similar porcelain construction, so they can be installed virtually anywhere. They are available in a teak or cashew glaze, and they come in 6”x24” or 6”x36” planks.
Daltile Acacia Valley: Daltile’s Acacia Valley tiles offer authentic wood looks, and they can even be installed with minimal grout lines. Click here to learn more about Daltile.
Be sure to visit our Kahului, HI store to learn more about wood tile. We’re proud to be Maui’s tile expert!