Trending ceramic tile flooring choices

Trending ceramic tile flooring choices

Ceramic tile has long been a favorite flooring material for bathrooms and kitchens. But, with an ever-expanding number of designs, it's often chosen for other areas of the home, too.

Christoff and Sons Floorcovering is a tile store in Jackson, MI. We offer classic and contemporary tile flooring styles that enhance any home space. We carry styles that range from standard 12-inch X 12-inch ceramic tiles to intricately designed porcelain tiles.

Ceramic and porcelain tiles

Ceramic tiles are crafted with coarse clay, while tiles made of porcelain, a type of ceramic, are fashioned with fine kaolin clay.

Ceramic tile flooring is durable, but denser, harder, and naturally waterproof porcelain is superior. Ceramic tiles display simple designs or solid colors, while varied porcelain tile designs bring a range of options to homeowners.

Wood look

You can have 'wood' in your bathroom and a waterproof floor covering when you choose wood-look porcelain tile.

Wood-look tiles are often rectangular, and since they are plank-like, they work well with a floor-layout pattern like herringbone or basketweave. Stone-look tiles, which depict stones like marble and slate, are another option.

Large format

Large format tile flooring, or larger than 12-inch X 24-inch, offers a simple but elegant look that expands a small space, especially if the tiles are staggered rather than laid in a grid pattern.

Large format tiles have fewer grout lines than standard tiles, and styles that look like wood or stone are lighter than the materials they mimic. Concrete look tiles mix well with modern decor.

The premier tile flooring store in your area

Family-owned Christoff and Sons Floorcovering install ceramic and porcelain tile in Jackson, MI, and nearby communities like Chelsea, Albion, Adrian, and Hillsdale.

Estimates are always free. Visit our premier flooring store in Jackson today to browse the latest tile flooring styles from top companies like Dal-Tile, Marazzi, and American Olean.