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Types of Bathroom Tiles

Cement Tiles
Cement Tiles

Cement tiles are made of concrete and the color in the pattern comes from mineral pigments which are mixed and poured into a mold. The mold is removed and the gray cement is fills the rest of the tile body, then the tile is hydraulically pressed and the tile is cured for about three weeks.

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Ceramic
Ceramic

Wood-look tile is made from porcelain, yet still provides the look and feel of classic wood floors or walls. Sophisticated Grays For a sense of soothing comfort, install sophisticated gray tile in your kitchen or bathroom. Sophisticated gray tile comes in a variety of patterns and span the gray spectrum.

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CERAMIC AND PORCELAIN TILES
CERAMIC AND PORCELAIN TILES

Porcelain and ceramic tile are both are part of the larger category of tiles that can generally be called ceramic. For modern tile specifications, it is more a case of reverse-naming, whereby manufacturers take tiles that have certain qualities and then assign the ceramic or porcelain titles to them.

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Ceramic or Porcelain
Ceramic or Porcelain

Ceramic tile tends to run about 60 to 70 percent of the cost of porcelain tile. Both ceramic and porcelain tiles in the top 15 percent of their price ranges tend to be close in terms of price. But going below that top 15 percent, prices dramatically diverge between porcelain and ceramic tile.

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Don't Miss Bathroom Floor Tile
Don't Miss Bathroom Floor Tile

Don’t miss Bathroom Floor Tile: 14 Top Options Bathroom floor tile is available in a surprising number of materials. Ceramic, porcelain, and vinyl tiles are what come to mind first, and for good reason.

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Encaustic Tiles
Encaustic Tiles

Encaustic tiles have been around since medieval times but encaustic tile as an art form reached its apex in the mid 1800s when renowned maker, Minton's Ltd, became the supplier of durable decorative finishes for walls and floors in churches, public buildings, and grand palaces. Even the U.S. Capitol sports a Minton encaustic tile floor.

Limestone
Limestone

Limestone Cons Some of the features that make limestone such a pleasure to work with is what also what creates some of its drawbacks when used as floor tiling. Limestone can be susceptible to erosion and is a fairly porous rock which is why it’s so important to maintain it properly and seal it regularly (every few years).

Marble
Marble

Marble tile can have an even or less uniform look, depending on the type and quality of marble you purchase. Most high-end marble has a very even color palette with soft veining. The look — like in this shower — is elegant, soft and uniform.

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Mosaics
Mosaics

Mosaic tiles are perfect use as a bathroom or kitchen backsplash providing a classic look. Shop the full collection of mosaic blends at TileBar.com

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Natural Stone Tiles
Natural Stone Tiles

Comparisons of Porcelain with Natural Stone . Technically speaking, Porcelain tile is comparable with natural stone and with conventional ceramic covering, technical analyses in comparison to natural stones affirm the superiority of porcelain tile (table).

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PLASTIC LAMINATE TILES
PLASTIC LAMINATE TILES

Vinyl tile is the most popular bathroom flooring material, because of its low cost and high degree of practicality. It is well-suited for every bathroom in the house, from the master bath to the powder room.

Porcelain
Porcelain

Porcelain tile is a popular choice for bathroom floors. Porcelain is a denser, less porous and harder option that offers greater stain and water resistance than ceramic tile. Plus, it's suitable for radiant in-floor heat to keep feet toasty on cool mornings. Porcelain offers unmatched design versatility.

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Slate
Slate

MSIs Montauk Blue 6 in. x 24 in. MSIs Montauk Blue 6 in. x 24 in. Gauged Slate Floor and Wall Tile adds a splash of sophistication to your space. Featuring subdued blues and dreamy soft greys these stylish slate tiles complement a range of residential and commercial decors.

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Slideshow: Bathroom Floor Tile: 9 Top Options
Slideshow: Bathroom Floor Tile: 9 Top Options

Bathroom floor tile is available in a surprising range of materials, from vinyl and ceramic to wood, stone, and glass. Here is a guide to help you understand the pros and cons of each material and make the best choice for your bath.

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STONE TILES
STONE TILES

Bathroom tiles at Westside Tile & Stone. Shop wide range for bathroom tiles for floors, walls, shower and tub applications at our bathroom tile store serving greater Los Angeles area and Southern California. Browse bathroom tile ideas, materials & Designs. Find discounted deals for tiles at our showroom.

Travertine
Travertine

Travertine in the Bathroom. In recent years, more and more homeowners have taken a liking to natural stone and are using it for as many applications as possible. This is particularly true in bathrooms where natural stone can be used for flooring, along with other applications such as wall mosaics, vanity tops, and tub surrounds.

VINYL TILES
VINYL TILES

Best: Vinyl tile is faster to install than tile and you will be able to use it sooner than if you had installed ceramic. In a 120 sq. ft. bathroom installation, you can lay down an entire vinyl plank floor in about 3 hours, not including toilet removal and re-installation.

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WOOD FLOOR TILES
WOOD FLOOR TILES

Additionally, if you have shower tiles, bath tiles, or other bathroom wall tiles, consider incorporating the same color scheme or design on the floor. In terms of size, tiles for the floor can span from a few inches to a few feet.

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