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Shop All Tile Shop Tile By Space Shower Wall Shower Floor Bathroom Floor Bathroom Wall Shop by Tile Type Ceramic Tile Porcelain Tile Natural Stone Tile Glass Tile Metal Tile Mosaic Tile Shop Tile By Style Subway Tile Wood Look Tile Fabric Look Tile Metallic Look Tile Shop Tile By Size 3x6 12x12 16x16 12x24 18x18 24x24 Shop by Color Grays Beiges/Cream Browns/Tans Whites SPA INSPIRED Wide-ranging selections of tile for a tranquil bath & shower Shop All Shop Shower Wall Tile Find wall tile options in a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate look of your shower Stone Look Get the beauty of natural stone in the durability porcelain. Wood Look Add texture and a warm feel to your shower walls. Subway A clean, classic touch for your shower that will never look dated. Shop Shower Flooring Tile Choose tile tile flooring from a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate the design of your shower Stone Look The beauty of natural stone in durable, low-maintenance porcelain. Wood Look Adds texture and warmth underfoot for a spa-like appeal. Mosaic Creates an eye-catching, high-end shower look for less. Shop Bathroom Flooring Tile Select tile flooring for your bath from a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate the design of your shower Stone Look Durable, low-maintenance, natural stone inspired beauty for baths. Wood Look The warmth and texture of wood engineered for water resistance. Mosaic The warmth and texture of wood engineered for water resistance. Shop Bathroom Wall Tile Find wall tile options for your bath in a vast array styles, colors and finishes Subway Tile Provides a clean and classic look with timeless appeal. Glass Tile A shimmering, attention-grabbing addition to any bath. Mosaic A pop of sparkle and color that makes a splashy statement. Top 7 Tips to Consider for your Bathroom Tile Check out the best advice and inspiration for selecting the right tile for your bath 1. Using a grout color that stands out against your tile will give them a whole new look. 2. For smaller rooms like bathrooms, try using smaller tiles to make the room look larger. 3. Introduce a natural element to your bath with resilient, water-resistant wood or stone look porcelain tile. 4. Tiled floors and walls in a bathroom creates a harmonious look. 5. Large wall tile gives the illusion that rooms are larger than they actually are. 6. Accent walls can be a stunning addition to a bathroom. 7. Tile floors allow for heated flooring systems that warm your feet while you're in the bathroom. More About Bathroom Tile There may not be a more beautiful, versatile or durable material for your bathroom floors and wall than tile. And at The Home Depot, you’ll find tile options in an endless array of styles, colors, textures and patterns enhance the decor of your bath.


One of our local clients is replacing all of her downstairs floors this fall and requested a porcelain wood tile. As I’ve been looking around for her, I’ve been floored (ha! pun.) by the amazing options available right now! Wood tile has come SO far the past few years. I do love the softer feel and warmth of real wood underfoot, but sometimes it really makes sense to use a wood tile instead. Because tile is completely waterproof and scratch resistant (I wish I could say the same for my wood floors we put in only two years ago…), it is a super smart option for homes built on concrete slabs and for pet owners. Also, since the tile can be installed in kitchens and bathrooms without worry, it’s a great option for more open concept homes. It’s nice to be able to install the wood tile everywhere without transitions. image I picked up these samples from my local Floor & Decor – they had two full rows of just wood tile options. Each of these are under $4.25/sq foot! Insane pricing!! 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6 // 7 // 8 // 9 // 10 If you’re thinking of wood tile for your home, here are my best tips: 1) Choose a tile with a more subtle wood texture and a pattern made by an inkjet with a lot of pattern variation. Some of these tiles have as many as ten different pattern variations in each colorway. 1 // 2 // 3 2) Since there are pattern repeats, be sure to rotate the orientation of the tiles often to help break up the overall look. You don’t want to be able to spot the same pattern in one glance! image 3) Choose a tile with a rectified edge rather than a pressed edge. You can get much tighter grout lines with tile that has more exact edges. image 4) Wood-look tiles come in a few different forms – ceramic, porcelain and concrete. Porcelain is considered the best choice. It’s super hard-wearing and affordable. 5) When you’re choosing a grout color, find the darkest color in your tile and chose one shade deeper for your grout color. This tricks the eye into thinking that the grout lines are shadow around the “wood planks” especially if you have a rectified edge tile and really small grout lines. Floor & Decor sells a great line of pre-mixed super stain-resistant grout that comes in a million different colors. It’s so easy to find a shade that works best! 6) Generally I like wood tile planks to be at least 40″ long, but 48″ or longer is ideal. The shorter planks can be a give away and make it harder to trick the eye into thinking the tile is actually wood. 7) If you’ve found a wood tile that you really love, but it only comes in 24 or 30″ planks, like many of them do, try a herringbone pattern with the shorter planks. The proportions will be just right! image image 8) Sometimes people think it’s a good idea to lay wood tile in a stacked, geometric tile pattern (like a running bond pattern), but that’s another give away that your flooring is not actually wood. Laying the tile in a very random order, just like real wood, helps trick the eye. image Those are my best tips for choosing a great wood tile! Do you have any to add? One of my friends is putting this tile in her house in a herringbone pattern and it is looking amazing! I’m thinking something similar would be great for my client’s home. A big thanks to Floor & Decor for sponsoring this flooring series! Check out my last post on decorative tiles here.


SPA INSPIRED Wide-ranging selections of tile for a tranquil bath & shower Shop All Shop Shower Wall Tile Find wall tile options in a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate look of your shower Stone Look Get the beauty of natural stone in the durability porcelain. Wood Look Add texture and a warm feel to your shower walls. Subway A clean, classic touch for your shower that will never look dated. Shop Shower Flooring Tile Choose tile tile flooring from a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate the design of your shower Stone Look The beauty of natural stone in durable, low-maintenance porcelain. Wood Look Adds texture and warmth underfoot for a spa-like appeal. Mosaic Creates an eye-catching, high-end shower look for less. Shop Bathroom Flooring Tile Select tile flooring for your bath from a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate the design of your shower Stone Look Durable, low-maintenance, natural stone inspired beauty for baths. Wood Look The warmth and texture of wood engineered for water resistance. Mosaic The warmth and texture of wood engineered for water resistance. Shop Bathroom Wall Tile Find wall tile options for your bath in a vast array styles, colors and finishes Subway Tile Provides a clean and classic look with timeless appeal. Glass Tile A shimmering, attention-grabbing addition to any bath. Mosaic A pop of sparkle and color that makes a splashy statement. Top 7 Tips to Consider for your Bathroom Tile Check out the best advice and inspiration for selecting the right tile for your bath 1. Using a grout color that stands out against your tile will give them a whole new look. 2. For smaller rooms like bathrooms, try using smaller tiles to make the room look larger. 3. Introduce a natural element to your bath with resilient, water-resistant wood or stone look porcelain tile. 4. Tiled floors and walls in a bathroom creates a harmonious look. 5. Large wall tile gives the illusion that rooms are larger than they actually are. 6. Accent walls can be a stunning addition to a bathroom. 7. Tile floors allow for heated flooring systems that warm your feet while you're in the bathroom. More About Bathroom Tile There may not be a more beautiful, versatile or durable material for your bathroom floors and wall than tile. And at The Home Depot, you’ll find tile options in an endless array of styles, colors, textures and patterns enhance the decor of your bath.


Tweet // UPDATE YOUR BATHROOM FLOORING WITH WOOD-LOOK TILE If it's been a few years (or more) since you've installed new flooring in your bathroom, you may be pleasantly surprised by the wide array of choices that tile has to offer. It has always been an outstanding option for high-moisture areas due to its ability to withstand water infiltration. And as the look of hardwood has gained popularity, new technologies and designs have been developed to increase the beauty of tile. The result has been long-lasting, water-resistant bathroom flooring that looks remarkably like wood. It also comes in a size and shade that's guaranteed to fit in with any decor—ranging from larger planks in traditional shades of color, to light-colored planks that appear rustic and distressed. The Secrets Behind Wood-Look Tile Comparing a traditional 12 x 12 ceramic or porcelain tile to a wood-look ceramic tile shows the incredible evolution of bathroom flooring. Amazing new technologies have enhanced the appearance and increased the versatility of tile. First, Tru-Edge™ technology allows wood-look tile to be placed closer together, reducing the telltale look of grout and increasing the similarities to real wood planks. Second, Reveal Imaging™ is a state-of-the-art digital technology that's now used to recreate the unique and varied look of hardwood throughout the surface of porcelain tile. Pick Your Style and Find a Tile to Match New England Cottage If you like the coziness of casual cottage decor, reclaimed wood-look tile will add charm to your bathroom. The artistic detail of the Yorkwood Manor line, for example, replicates the aging process of wood in an exceptional manner. This will give any room a beautifully rustic appearance. Traditional Hues, Contemporary Edge To create a more classic, formal look, a traditional hardwood hue like cherry works well. This wood-look style can also enhance transitional decor by combining classic colors with larger plank sizes. If you love the look of contemporary furnishings and lighting fixtures alongside hardwood flooring, check out Terrace for a look that's perfectly balanced. Sleek and Modern If you prefer clean lines and darker shades of wood for your urban loft, take a look at the style of Forest Park in Blackwood. Paired with a white color scheme and modern chrome fixtures, this wood-look tile will add a layer of texture to your bathroom to keep the space from appearing too stark. If you're finishing your basement, this sleek wood-look tile will perfectly complement your updated entertainment area. Thanks to the latest offerings in wood-look tiles, you don't need to sacrifice style to gain a floor that works in your bathroom or basement. With such a variety of wood-look tile available today, stop by a design center to browse all the amazing, new styles. Then start planning your updated design.