Guide to Ceramic Tiles
October 31, 2013.
Ceramic tiles are made from a blend of clays and silicones pressed into shape and then fired in a kiln to produce tough, hard wearing tiles that are resistant to water, spillages and stains. They don’t require any sealing or polishing and are easily wiped clean so are ideal for walls and floors, bathrooms and kitchens.
Ceramic tiles come in a wide variety of colours, patterns, sizes, finishes and textures. Glazed ceramic tiles are an obvious choice for walls in bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms, but are also often used in reception areas and conservatories. Unglazed ceramic tiles can withstand heavy foot traffic and are often slip resistant.
Ceramic tile products: