There is a huge difference between a commercial space and your home, your business flooring has a higher volume of traffic. For this reason alone using tiles are a better choice. When you see shops, office suites or restaurants use wood, carpet, vinyl or laminate for their flooring they are aware that portions of the flooring will need to be replaced after years of use.
The economy may be keeping a lid on spending, but when it comes to flooring, it’s driving trends. That’s because today’s cost-conscious consumer is more demanding of value than ever.
There’s definitely been a shift from spending to savings. But that doesn’t mean consumers aren’t buying flooring: it means they’re looking for value and comfort. They might not be moving up right now, but they’re still into feathering the nest.
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Often praised for its durability and variety, ceramic tile is a popular choice for bathroom finishes. If you’re drawn to color and texture, this material can deliver on both fronts. But the sheer variety of ceramic tiles is endless, which can make finding just the right tile very difficult.
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Countertops are expensive. It’s as simple as that. Countertops can easily be one of the most expensive components of a bathroom remodel. If you are considering changing out your bathroom countertops, look below to find which options may fit into your budget. Read More
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Laminate is the chameleon of the floor world. It can emulate hardwood, tile or stone, and it gives you those looks at a lower price. This durable, affordable floor surface resists stains, fading and moisture, and installation is a snap. It won’t develop character the way wood does and it can have a hollow sound when walked on, but its sturdiness makes it a favorite for many homeowners, especially those with kids and pets. Read More
For most people the kitchen is more than just a place to grab a snack or make a meal. It is a place where your family and friends come together and talk, laugh and live. A kitchen is usually a personal space and when remodeling people want to add touches that speaks to them. That is why so many people pick Porcelanosa for their tiles. Porcelanosa offers unique and beautiful tile options to bring to life your designs. Read More
I bet you have been looking at tile and are confused on what tile to choose. Well that all depends on where you are laying the tile. Each area has certain elements you want to take into account before selecting a tile. Read More
Homeowners are installing tiles in each room of their homes for décor reasons as well as convenience of keeping their home clean and the durability of the tiles. But what homeowners question is what type to of tiles to use. Porcelain tile? Or ceramic tile? What is the difference?
Ceramic tile are made from clay or a mixture of clay and other materials, then left to dry in the sun or kiln-fired. These tiles can be split into two groups, porcelain tiles and non-porcelain tiles. These non-porcelain tiles are frequently referred to as ceramic tiles by themselves, separate from porcelain tiles. Read More
A great way to escape the stress of the holidays is to relax in the great outdoors, but with harsh winter weather that’s not always an option. Fortunately, you can bring the outdoors inside with Porcelanosa products inspired by nature. Read More
While out shopping lately, have you noticed the sights, sounds and feelings of Autumn? Bathroom designs are going back to the basics and basing their designs off nature. They are using neutral and more deep colors, and the shapes featured in their designs are mimicking plants and waves, giving designs an organic, yet subtle, feel. Keeping up with the trend, Porcelanosa bath & kitchen are bringing out nature inspired designs in tile.