Wood Look Tile

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Tile That Looks Like Wood

Where natural textures and patterns meet manufactured convenience and resilience, wood look tile is the perfect solution for a common flooring dilemma: finding a way to create a wood look when actual hardwood flooring isn’t a smart option. Wood look tile allows you to experience the benefits of intricate hardwood patterns, as well as the ease of care that comes from tile. Another benefit to consider: since wood look tile can withstand humidity, moisture, and even the occasional spill, some might even argue that it’s better than actual hardwood.

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Made to fool the eye and placate the wallet, wood look tile captures the distinctive looks of all your favorite hardwood species. With options available in vinyl, ceramic, and porcelain tile, wood-look tile is easy to keep clean – and, in the rare instance that damage occurs, tile can be easily replaced. Since it can stand up to heavy foot traffic, wood-look tile is a favorite medium for commercial environments, or rental properties. With hundreds of varieties to select from, wood-look tile really offers up the best of both worlds.

Know Your Tile 

At Paradise Carpet One Floor & Home, we offer some creative, practical flooring options, including wood-look tile that’s an ideal addition to both residential and commercial settings. We take great pride in keeping abreast of the latest flooring and décor trends, allowing us to help each customer find a look that they not only love, but they can readily live with. For a good many of us, wood look tile is a sensible answer, especially for those who desire hardwood visuals with tile’s unbendable strength and waterproof abilities. Do you have your heart set on hardwood for the bathroom or kitchen? With our wood look tile, it will never feel like a compromise.

Want to learn more about wood look tile? Visit our store showroom, located at 2108 West 27th Street in Lawrence, KS, today, or give us a call to schedule your free project estimate.

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