Wood plank tile flooring has become a popular flooring trend that adds unique style to any space. Tile that looks like wood comes in the form of long planks with a textured, wood look surface. They’re perfect if you want a wood tile bathroom or kitchen floor – two spaces where real hardwood can warp from moisture exposure. Wood look tile flooring is also becoming a top choice for homes and businesses in Texas because it can handle our humid weather and seasonal temperature changes better than natural hardwood. Many of our customers choose to install it in areas like the foyer, hallways, living rooms, basements, and more. First Floors Carpet One Floor & Home in Dallas and Waxahachie has you covered with a great selection of wood tile from popular brands such as Interceramic, Daltile, and Shaw. We proudly provide tile and more to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area.
Wood tile gives you the opportunity to add authentic hardwood looks to areas where wood has rarely gone before: bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and other areas with moisture. Plus, because of advances in digital printing, wood tile is virtually indistinguishable from real wood at first glance. In fact, most wood tile options are even available in planks. We also have wood plank tile collections that click-lock together so that there’s no need to grout the floor. Or we can install ceramic and porcelain wood tiles with minimal grout lines that aren’t as noticeable. So, if you’re looking to add the style and luxury of wood to areas with moisture and heavy foot traffic, be sure to consider tile flooring that looks like wood.
We offer a top selection of wood tile patterns, from contemporary white wood tile to rustic grey wood tile. Our experts are here to listen to your tile flooring ideas and help you find the right product for your space. We also carry many of the best tile flooring brands on the market. Let’s take a look at some of our featured wood tile options:
Interceramic Amazonia: Amazonia tiles from Interceramic are available in 4 unique wood looks: white, beige, grey, and brown. Also, the tiles come in 47” long planks. The wood visuals are certainly unquestioned, but the tiles do feature a glazed porcelain construction. As a result, they can be installed in busy, moisture-prone areas, thanks to their stain and slip-resistance. Amazonia tiles have a high variation rating, meaning that the individual planks have different shades.
Interceramic Doga: Interceramic offers Doga tiles. Doga tiles are available in 5 different wood looks, and they come in 9”x36” planks. Unlike Amazonia tiles, Doga tiles have a color body porcelain construction, which means that they have a consistent color and pattern from top to bottom. Consequently, scratches and scuffs are less likely to show on the surface. Doga tiles do have a high variation rating like Amazonia tiles.
Shaw Dodge City: Dodge City tile planks from Shaw feature a ceramic tile construction, so they are extremely versatile when it comes to installation. They can, for example, be installed on subfloors in any area in the home. Dodge City tile planks are available in 24” lengths, and they look like natural oak.