What is the difference between ceramic and porcelain tiles?
Both porcelain and ceramic tiles are made from clay, but the difference lies in the temperature and type of clay used. Porcelain tiles are made from refined clay and are kiln-fired at a high temperature, making them highly durable and non-porous. Ceramic tiles are made of less fine clay at a lower temperature, and the outcome is less dense and more porous. Ceramic tiles make up for the lack of durability with a broader range of colors and patterns and ease of installation. Their less dense softer exterior makes it easy to cut them. We carry Art Deco Merola Tile Ceramic Tile in various colors and finishes including Matte and Glossy. Check out our most reviewed product, the Twenties Corner 7-3/4"x7-3/4" Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile (0.42 sq. ft./Each).
What types of finishes are available for Art Deco Merola Tile Ceramic Tile?
Art Deco Merola Tile Ceramic Tile comes in various finishes to choose from. The right finish can accentuate the space, but it is vital to consider the functionality and the application. For example, glossy tiles are bright and reflective, but the slippery nature may not suit wet areas like bathrooms. Matte surfaces have low reflection, but their anti-skid property makes them safe to use on floors. Iridescent tiles give a holographic impression and add an interesting decorative touch. Within Art Deco Merola Tile Ceramic Tile we carry Matte and Glossy.
What is the cheapest option available within Art Deco Merola Tile Ceramic Tile?