Designs with Tile
Carpet One Floor & Home of Murrieta is your local store for all things tile in the Temecula, CA area. Tile flooring is a truly classic look. With hundreds of options to choose from, there is sure to be something that fits your budget and suits your personal style. You just need to decide first the kind of design inspiration you're going for and what look works best with the current design of the room itself.
To learn more about the types of tile we carry and how you can design your home with tile, be sure to visit us in Temecula!
Tile Design Options
Wood Look Tile
Wood look flooring is a very popular flooring option for homeowners. You can have the same natural look as hardwood, but with the added durability of tile. Tile wood look flooring can take on several different looks of wood, from traditional colors to rustic hand scraped, and even petrified wood looks as well. These tiles come in long planks, and can even vary in size to give off an even more realistic wood look touch. Wood look tile floors are popular because you can install them anywhere in your home, are more durable than hardwood, and are moisture resistant.
Kitchen Backsplash Tile
Backsplash tile is a popular design option found in most modern kitchens. Backsplash tile can be installed in a few places around your kitchen, but commonly are found behind sinks and stove tops. Backsplash tile serves more functions than just style. It also protects your walls from accidental food splatter while cooking. What makes wall tile different from paint or wallpaper is that tile is resistant to moisture and is easy to clean. Unlike other wall decorating options, wall tile will not peel or fade over time, and is relatively easy to replace when it needs to be repaired or updated.
Tile is a common flooring option for bathrooms. Tile is naturally resistant to moisture and water, making it a great option for bathrooms. Many tiles that are designated for bathrooms are made with a textured surface to make them more slip resistant. Tile can not only be installed on your bathroom floor, but it can also be installed in your shower or as a tub enclosure. Shower and tub tile transform your bathroom into your own private spa that you can retreat to at the end of a long day.