Environmentally Friendly Wood-Look Tile for Earth Day
Inspired by the wood of New England’s historic homes and barns, Yorkwood Manor™ reclaimed look has immense character. Water stain and chipped paint details meet the demand for historic, reclaimed sensibility.
Saddle Brook™ is warm and rich with authentic wood tones. It has a slight hint of the reclaimed and high variation to recreate the look of real wood better than previous wood-look tiles.
Saddle Brook XT is the new and improved sister to the original. StepWise™ technology on the surface of the tile means you can put this down outside. Coming soon!
Season Wood™ was released by Daltile last year. It is one of the most popular reclaimed wood-look tiles. Several warm wood tones with a weathered look set this apart in the wood-look tile world.
This beautiful wood-look tile has high variation in color and excellent detailing. Inspired by exotic Acacia wood, this high-end look is excellent for all living spaces.
A rich toned wood-look tile, Forest Park™, has precisely cut edges so the tiles can have a much narrower grout joint making it look even closer to how real wood looks.
This classic looking floor has wide planks, which are less common in hardwood but have a beautiful and high-end feel in a more durable tile.
The use of a shorter length tile creates a brick joint type pattern on the floor. It’s an interesting alternative to traditional plank designs.
Smooth, even-toned design on this wood-look creates just enough visual texture to highlight the light/dark features of this expansive kitchen.
The lighter, hickory-look tile brightens the room in this bar with classic European styling.
Wood-look tile is softened by influences of fabric and modernized by hints of concrete with Bay Bridge™. It’s a combination of materials that makes this wood-look a little different from the standard.