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Why You'll Love Wood-Look Tile

Why You'll Love Wood-Look Tile

What if you could get all the aesthetic benefits—the beauty and elegance of hardwood floors—without the challenges of maintenance and cost, or the moisture limitations of real wood itself? That’s where today’s tile options come in. Wood-look tile offers customers the unforgettable look of hardwood in a host of options that simply weren’t available before. Let’s explore some of the reasons why you’ll love wood-look tile.

Design and color

No matter the style of the space or the size of the room, wood-look tile can be used to create gorgeous floors thanks to wider, longer plank formats that mirror wood floors. With today’s innovative technology, it can be almost impossible to visually tell wood-look tile from the real thing. The options are varied and breathtakingly realistic, ranging from rustic, weathered looks to traditional deep brown tiles with authentic grain. Wood-look tiles come in colors from warm to cool and can complement any décor.


Wood-look tile also features an amazing performance trifecta: it’s waterproof, stain-resistant, and scratch-resistant. With its smooth glazed surface, tiles are simply a breeze to clean. Unlike hardwood, wood-look tile can be safely installed in climates and locations that have more humidity or moisture. Many tile flooring products can be installed indoors or outdoors, though you always need to check the manufacturer’s recommendations before installation.


Wood-look tile is a fraction of the cost of hardwood flooring, making it an affordable way to bring the style of real wood to any home.  There’s also no additional refinishing cost on a semi-regular basis with wood-look tile floors, so you can save that money for other decorating projects or items on the home improvement list!

With its versatility, durability, and affordability, wood-look tile is a flooring option every homeowner should explore. When it’s time to talk flooring, check with the experts at America’s Floor Source to see if a wood-look tile variety is the right fit for your home.


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