Tile flooring in Palm Beach Gardens, FL from Capitol Carpet & Tile and Window Fashions

Ceramic tile flooring with wood looks: Is it possible?

You?ll find fantastic wood looks with porcelain and ceramic tile flooring and many added benefits. These materials can last more than 50 years, so they're sure to serve your needs.

If you?ve never had tile floors in your home, this is a great time to find out if they?re a good fit. Take these facts into consideration before you buy your new floors.

The beautiful wood look tile

Thanks to a 3D laser image printing system, these materials offer incredibly realistic wood looks and textures. Wood grains, colors, styles, and formats are all parts of what make this a sought-after flooring choice.

You can also choose a tile floor installation with different formats, sizes, and layouts to change the look even more. And they fit very well with rustic, farmhouse, or modern d?cor schemes.

What benefits come with tile flooring?

You'll first see how beautiful these floors are, benefiting from excellent interior design matching. But tile flooring is incredibly durable, too, for a much longer lifespan.

Durability is an important feature that can help your floors achieve a longer lifespan. These floors can surpass 50 years or more with professional installation and regular care.

With tile flooring, you'll find you don't have to worry much about daily wear, including scratches, stains, and chips. If you see damage, you can replace a single tile instead of an entire room of flooring.

Visit us for the results you want and need

When you need wood-look tile, visit our tile store in Palm Beach Gardens whenever you're in the area. Capitol Carpet & Tile and Window Fashions has an incredible inventory of materials and experienced associates to help you browse it.

When you visit, you'll find a great selection of wood-look tile flooring in our showroom. We serve the entire Palm Beach County area from our showrooms in?Boca Raton,?Boynton Beach,?Wellington,?Palm Beach Gardens, and?Delray Beach, FL.?