What are ceramic tiles?

What are ceramic tiles?

Incredibly strong, scratch-resistant, easy to maintain and available in large sizes up to 320 centimeters, these are ceramic tiles. Ceramics consist mainly of clay and sand. And a ceramic tile is made of those baked layers of clay. To protect tiles from dirt or to give them a nice shine, ceramic tiles are sometimes glazed.

Ceramic tiles
Ceramic tiles come in a lot of different types.

For example, they come in concrete look, with the look of natural stone or, for example, with a wood look that cannot be distinguished from real wood. Thus, ceramic tile matches many different interior styles and any room or home.

More and more people are choosing ceramic tiles in their homes instead of, say, natural stone or wood. And we understand why, because today’s ceramic tiles have a very luxurious appearance and a number of advantages over natural stone or wood.

All the benefits at a glance:

  • Versatile: ceramic come in all shapes and sizes, from concrete look to marble look and up to 320 centimeters in size.
  • Very strong: Ceramic tiles are scratch-resistant, making them ideal in areas subject to heavy use.
  • Practical: Ceramic is easy to maintain; you keep the tiles clean easily and do not need to use special varnish or coating.
  • Underfloor heating: ceramic is the best conductor of underfloor heating, rooms are heated quickly and completely. And the tiles retain heat for a while, even when the heating is off.

Ceramic tile can be used in any room of your home. Whether on the floor or on the wall, in your bathroom, kitchen or living room. Because they don’t just look nice on your floor or wall. For example, we can also make sinks or kitchen countertops from it. What do you choose?

So the possibilities are endless. And so is our assortment! Have you become curious about our range of ceramic tiles? Then stop by our studio in Rijssen. Here you will find our large selection and our expert advisors will be happy to help you make the right choice.

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