These days it's just not easy to tell the difference between tile flooring and wood. That's because wood-look tile is one of the hottest things on the market–and it probably will be for many years.

Eye-popping realism

Manufacturers have been upping their game. Take MSI's "Aspenwood," for example.

It has the warmth, character, and patina of exotic woods–on a hard-wearing surface like porcelain. Or Daltile's " Emerson Wood" has a mosaic effect and a subtle wire-brush texture.  

If you want a reclaimed wood effect, consider “Preservation” by Marazzi with Colorbody™ porcelain.

As you can see, technology like Inkjet makes it possible to create intricate patterns. Your wood-look tile in Hurst, TX, will come with raised grains, textures, color variations, and planks of all sizes.

When the glaze closely matches the bisque

It's called Colorbody, and it's used with porcelain. When the two closely match, chips, and scratches aren't as noticeable–no white areas!

Porcelain: durable and can be used indoors or out

Porcelain is a type of ceramic that’s heavier, denser, and ideal for heavily trafficked areas like the kitchen or bath. Ceramic, however, is also used for wood-look tile flooring, such as “ Collage” by Anthology Tile.

You’ll also see marble, stone, mosaics, and deco tiles in the inventory at our tile store. They come in matte, satin, and high gloss finishes.

Tile’s many functions

Depending on quality and care, it adds value to a property and can last up to 50 years. It's also stylish enough for any room in the house, including living spaces, bedrooms, hallways, and more.

Tile is hypoallergenic, comes from earth-friendly materials, and is easy to clean without harsh chemical cleaners.

Visit our tile store today

You'll get high quality and great prices at iStone Floors & More. Our family-owned business will help you choose the right tile flooring for your home.

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. We work on residential and commercial projects in Hurst, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Southlake, Keller, Irving, North Richland Hills, Colleyville, Bedford, and Euless, TX.