We at Carpet One Manhattan are proud to be your neighborhood experts when it comes to tile, so naturally we offer one of the area’s best selections of Daltile. Daltile offers quality ceramic, porcelain, and stone tiles in a variety of different looks, so there will certainly be styles that fit your every design need.
Wood Look Tile
Wood look tile, or wood tile, continues to become more and more popular in households and other residential settings. Wood tile, as you can imagine, looks exactly like real wood, but it features the same wear and moisture resistance you’d expect from tile.
Daltile offers a few different wood look options, including the Saddle Brook collection. Saddle Brook tiles feature a strong porcelain construction, so they can handle extreme moisture, heat, and foot traffic. Furthermore, they can be installed on floors, walls, backsplashes, and countertops. Nonetheless, Saddle Brook tiles offer authentic wood looks because they feature Daltile’s innovative Reveal Imaging technology. In addition, they are available in 6”x36” planks!
The Emblem collection from Daltile offers similar wood looks. Emblem tiles are available in beige, gray, and brown shades, and they can be installed in both residential and commercial areas. Plus, since they are made from real ceramic, Emblem tiles are a bit lighter than Saddle Brook tiles, so they are better-suited for walls and backsplashes.
Stone Look Tile
What if you’re looking to add natural stone looks to your home? Daltile, in addition to its wood look tile options, offers a great selection of stone look tile. Stone look tile, like wood look tile, combines authentic looks with long-lasting performance.
Daltile’s Skybridge collection offers concrete looks with the performance of ceramic. As a result, Skybridge tiles make it possible to add natural stone looks to walls, backsplashes, countertops, and even pool linings. Skybridge tiles are available in a variety of sizes, including 12”x24” rectangles and 2”x4” mosaic tiles.
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