Flooring in the living areas of our homes has a pretty tough job, having to endure the wear and tear of foot traffic, muddy boots and spilt liquids.

Wondrous Wood Effect

Flooring in the living areas of our homes has a pretty tough job, having to endure the wear and tear of foot traffic, muddy boots and spilt liquids. So it’s a good idea to choose a material that is practical and hardwearing while still looking good.

For that sense of warmth, comfort and richness in your home, a wooden floor cannot be beaten. However, wood has its drawbacks - it can damage, stain or warp, leading to rot problems – and for a product that is not cheap, this is not something you want to deal with on a regular basis.

But what if you were able to enjoy the colours and textures of raw wood with the practical hardwearing benefits of stone? Well, you can, with Tileflair’s wood effect floor tiles. These wondrous tiles look so much like wood that it is difficult to tell the difference between them but they won’t warp or stain because they are made from porcelain.

The French Parquet collection, for instance, is a mix of beautiful wood effect tiles that create a stunning geometric pattern but are made from porcelain and come in four different shades of wood.

Using wood effect on the bathroom floor is a lovely way to add warmth and interest without spoiling the crisp look of a clean white space. Wood adds softness to a room that can’t be replicated, bringing pleasing warmth, colour and texture to even the most clinical-looking scheme. It is also a practical and welcoming choice for the hallway.

With our wood effect floor tiles, you too can have the warming character of wood but without having to worry about wet footprints, stains or spills. We have many wood effect tiles that we know will inspire your décor.

French Parquet Blanc Setting 3
Ckreva02 1 Vancouver Nature Wood Effect Porcelain Tiles

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