Our Tile Selection
Moisture certainly cannot be avoided in rooms such as kitchens, laundry rooms, and bathrooms. But, moisture doesn’t mean that you cannot achieve a stylish design. Choosing the right selection of tiles can make a great design a possibility. Tiles are strong, easy to clean, and, most importantly, water resistant.
Ceramic tiles are typically best for indoor use since they offer the most design options. They are available in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, so they can certainly accommodate any room’s design. Plus, ceramic tiles can be used to create custom designs, which are great for walls and backsplashes. For added looks and durability, ceramic tiles can be layered with glaze. The layer of glaze adds color and shine, and it also protects against spills and stains. Ceramic tiles are perfect bathroom tile options.
Porcelain tiles and stone tiles are better options for outdoor use. They offer more strength and water resistance, so they are able to handle tough weather conditions. They also remain non-slip even when wet. But, porcelain and stone tiles are usually more difficult to install, and they also do not offer ceramic’s design versatility.
To see exactly how tile can fit into your next project, visit Masterpiece Carpet One in Kalispell, MT. Our experts can help you choose between ceramic, porcelain, and stone, and they can walk you through the installation process. We also have a team of talented designers who can help you use tile to meet personal style and design standards. We carry brands such as Thompson Tile, Daltile, Florida Tile, Emser Tile, Crossville, American Olean, Marazzi, and Bedrosians.
Wood Look Tile
If you want to add the natural style of wood to your kitchens or bathrooms, be sure to check out wood look tile. Wood tile is available in actual plank sizes, so it looks exactly like real hardwood.Learn More About Wood Tile
Travertine tile is a natural stone option that add luxury and value to your home settings. For extra durability, travertine tiles can be sealed to protect against scratches and spills.Learn More About Travertine Tile