Why Large Tile Flooring?

So the day has come, and you are finally ready to dive into your flooring selection process. As you start clicking through the options, maybe you are realizing that there is a lot more to floor tile than just colors or patterns. From materials, to size, etc. there is a lot to take in and process. Often when consulting with designers and homeowners, we find that tile size is one of the more significant aspects of design that needs to be considered. From grout lines, to visual appeal, the size of your tile can have a huge impact on the resulting look in a space. This brings us to large format floor tile.

Every day more people are choosing large tile flooring for their interiors including relatively small areas such as kitchen and bathrooms. Newest tiles and designs are only available in large sizes. In every international flooring show, everybodys’ focus is on large format flooring. But, what happened to the old tiles? Why tiles are becoming bigger and bigger?

Large Tile is A Good Thing.

First of all, the new tiles are being big is not like your new pair of shoes are being two size too big for your foot and you have to return them. No matter how big is the tile’s size, it’s still much smaller than your floors that your installer will cover with your new tiles. If He uses big tiles, He will use fewer tiles to cover the area. If He uses small tiles, Then, He’ll use more tiles to cover the same area. Since the number of tiles on the floor is what causes the grout, fewer tiles will yield minimum grout lines. Fewer grout lines will result in a cleaner look and a more spacious feel in the room. Isn’t it good?

Large Tile Flooring Is Not New.

Unlike most people would think, large format tile has been around for more than 15 years in the form of expensive marble tiles. A 36″x36″ or 48″x48″ marble or even larger slabs used to be the only preference for expensive, high-end floors. Back then it wasn’t possible to produce porcelain tiles larger than 24″x24″. Besides, prior to inkjet printing and polished finish, porcelain tile was only a cheap alternative to marble flooring. Nobody thought that porcelain tile would be suitable for expensive houses.

Please Think Twice If You’re Considering 24″x24″ Tiles For A New Project Especially In South Florida.

South Florida is the heart of tile business in our country. Flooring trends start here and spread to the rest of the nation beginning from NY. If you’re shopping for a flooring project in our area, you are already aware that most people are suggesting large tiles and there are fewer samples of 24″x24″ tiles in tile stores. You may want to listen to them. Today, we all want less clutter and open spaces in our interiors and large tile flooring is an excellent way to bring an open space feel to the interiors. Take advantage of the abundance of large format floor tiles with the nation’s most competitive prices. We’re already getting lots of interest in our large tiles from other states where customers can’t find the same selection or the same competitive prices that we have here.

Compare the pictures of two floors with the same type of tiles in different sizes. The floors in the first picture have 24″x24″ tiles. The floors in the second picture have 30″x30″ tiles.
minimal grout large format tile

 

Living Room Floors With 24×24 tiles

minimum grout large tile

 

Open Kitchen With 30×30 Tiles

See the diagram showing 24×24 and 30×30 tiles on the same size floors.

illustration of 24x24 tiles on a 18x18 floor

 

24×24 tiles on 324 sqft room

illustration of 30x30 tiles on a 18x18 floor

 

30×30 tiles on 324 sqft room.

LOOKING FOR LARGE FORMAT TILE IN MIAMI BEACH?

Large format porcelain tiles are the trend in Miami Beach. Visit us to get the best prices on High-Quality Large Format Porcelain Tiles.
Either you live in a Miami Beach condo or house, we can deliver.

MIAMI BEACH CUSTOMERS GET $100 OFF DELIVERY ON LARGE FORMAT PORCELAIN TILE ORDER

When you mention our special, Miami Beach customers will get $100 off on delivery for a Large format tile order of 600 sqft. and over.

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