Barnwood Tile Selandia Miele is offered by Argenta Ceramics from Spain. It’s a rectified porcelain tile in 8×48 size that blends the natural with the modern. Selandia Line was designed to create the authentic look of the old hardwood floors with highly pronounced imperfections. Miele color of this series comes with high contrast colors in a Barnwood look, and It has the transitions of different shades of brown color, creating a fantastic resemblance. Selandia Miele also comes with a smooth surface that will provide some grip in wet areas.
This durable, hardwood alternative offers great longevity. Besides, porcelain tiles clean with a little effort, and they don’t require maintenance. They are extremely hard to scratch.
Barnwood tiles are popular with their rustic style. If you want to create a cozy style that feels homy or you want to add a modern style to your interiors, Barnwood Tile Selandia Miele is an excellent option. When installed, it will be very hard to tell for your visitors that what you have on the floors is tile but not the real hardwood.
Barnwood Tile Selandia Miele ’s Water Absorption and PEI
A porcelain tile is indeed a ceramic tile with lower absorption. Therefore, water absorption is the only difference between porcelain and ceramic tiles. It’s also the technical value that defines the hardness of a tile. Barnwood Tile Selandia Miele comes with water absorption of 0.5% or below. When shopping for porcelain tile, the most important technical value that we have to take to the consideration is its water absorption level.
Most tiles come with a glazed surface. PEI is a test that measures the abrasion of the glazed surface under the foot traffic on a scale from I to V. The recommended value for residential surfaces is PEI-III, for commercial surfaces is PEI-IV. PEI-V is recommended for extreme foot traffic areas such as malls or airports. However, almost all porcelain tiles are made within the PEI-III and PEI-IV rate.
Since the durability of a tile depends on water absorption levels, Even a PEI-III porcelain tile will last much longer than a PEI-V ceramic tile. Barn Wood Tile Selandia Miele ’s PEI value is IV.
Selandia Miele is a beautiful and elegant style. Whereas Its extraordinary wood log patterns will stand out, this is high-quality porcelain tile that will complement many interiors style with its natural colors.
Tile Size Matters For An Up-to-date Look. We suggest 8×48 planks.
Barnwood Tile Selandia Miele comes in 8×48 planks size. Today, wood tiles that cover around 2.5 sqft to 2.77 sqft per piece are the most popular sizes in the industry. Whereas planks up to 72″ long are now available, those tiles are not yet in a mature stage and tend to warp more than they should. Therefore, those planks require an expensive clips system that can level the corner but can’t straighten the entire tile.
At Tiles & Stone Warehouse, we’re in touch with the largest, most trusted tiles manufacturers across Europe on a daily base. We believe possessing the knowledge that our customers can rely on is a duty and a responsibility. Therefore, we do not yet display wood tiles over 48″ long, nor 6×24 6×36,6×40 tiles that we believe are too small.