Combining the charm and warmth of natural wood with the resilience of hardy porcelain, our wood effect tiles are a highly practical alternative to a timber floor. Easy to install and effortless to maintain, porcelain is also unaffected by damp or humid conditions, so it won’t be subject to shrinking or swelling like wooden boards. So, if you have previously dismissed the idea of a wooden bathroom floor, you can reconsider. Where timber can be easily scratched or dented, porcelain is incredibly hardwearing and so ideal for areas where there’s a lot of foot traffic – a great choice for wood effect kitchen tiles, or for use in hallways and living spaces. and can be combined with underfloor heating. There’s no need for sanding, staining, sealing or treating – your tiles will look as good in years to come as they do on the day they’re installed.
Our wood effect tiles collection covers a huge variety of styles, timbers and shades, from rich walnut to pale larch. Create an elegant parquet floor with the Jakob Parquet design, which is available in four different shades, or use rustic and textural Xylem tiles to form a unique and stylish herringbone pattern. For a wood effect floor with bags of character, turn to Skandi, a collection of distressed-look ‘planks’ that mimic the appearance of beautifully worn painted timber. Available in shades of white, as well as blue and black tones, these rustic tiles will transform any space with their reclaimed feel. Use as wood effect wall tiles as well as on the floor for a creative take on salvage style.
For a classic wooden floor that’s perfect for modern and traditional spaces, try a wide plank design like that of our Argento porcelain collection. Larger board styles such as this are great for making your space seem bigger, and are also an ideal choice for minimalist interiors, due to their streamlined, unfussy appearance. Argento comes in four shades, including honeyed maple and grey-toned elm. It’s also available as a wood effect outdoor tile, which makes it a wonderfully versatile option. Choose it as a low-maintenance, high grip alternative to wooden decking, or use this highly functional flooring option to extend your kitchen or living space outside.