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Tile in 2020: Year of Porcelain Perfection

March 13, 2020

      

Harder, better, stronger. That’s porcelain tile, in a nutshell. We hate to play favorites, but there are always exceptions. When it comes to recommending top notch products with utmost functionality in mind, it is hard not to favor porcelain products over other materials. From its ease of upkeep to its overall toughness, porcelain consistently makes a case for being a near-perfect option for a lot interior design project demands. 

Nowadays, there is no limit to how porcelain tile can be used. With technological advances, tile designers have created products that mimic a variety of surfaces, like hardwood, natural stone, and concrete. The crazy thing is, it’s pretty difficult to tell the difference! Interior designers can get the look of organic materials but with the non-porous and tough nature of porcelain. In short, it’s a win-win.

Let’s revisit the many benefits of selecting porcelain products for a commercial project:

A few weeks ago we showed a little sneak peek of new porcelain products at Trinity Tile. Now that we’ve covered why porcelain is so desirable, let’s find out more about these new products!

Rectified thru color porcelain tile

This kind of porcelain product looks more like gemstone than anything else, and it even has the hallmark gold and white strands throughout it. The almost-translucent seeming body of the tile adds to the overall appeal of this gorgeous product. It comes in five color options while bringing elegance and class to the table.

Porcelain tile from Spain

Products like this one pack a porcelain punch worth noting. The vibrant colors are a great match for many commercial and residential surfaces. With 22 different colors to choose from, interior designers have given positive feedback about the diversity of this product and its ability to transform a space!

Let’s get to work!

Chances are, you’re more equipped to make decisions about porcelain tile now than you were before reading this article. The best part is that you don’t have to do it alone. We are here to help! You can contact us directly if you go here. Or, if you want a more detailed rundown of the rectified thru color porcelain we just covered, you can do that if you go here. Alternatively, if you are interested in the porcelain tile we talked about, you can check out a more in-depth brochure if you go here.