What is the best tile for living room?
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Considering this, how do I choose a tile for my living room?
Look for tiles that are 13 by 13 inches (33 by 33 cm) or larger. There will be fewer grout lines in your living room, which will make the space look more streamlined. Larger tiles also mean less grout that you'll inevitably have to clean. Larger tiles also look more modern than small tiles.
Also Know, is porcelain tile good for living room? In general, when used on floors, this material should be classified with a PEI (Porcelain Enamel Institute) rating of at least 5, making it suitable for high-traffic spaces such as living rooms and heavy equipment use. Such tiles will be marketed as floor tiles; you should not use wall-grade porcelain tiles on a floor.
One may also ask, which tiles are best for home?
For flooring, Vitrified tiles are the best bet since they are durable and can withstand heavy traffic. For walls, you can choose either ceramic or porcelain tiles as they are non-porous or do not absorb stains. For outdoors it's best to opt for either matt finish or anti-skid tiles to avoid slips.
Which is better porcelain or ceramic tile?
Porcelain clays are denser and thus less porous than ceramic clays. Not only is porcelain tile more dense than ceramic tile, but due to its through-body composition, it is considered more durable and better suited for heavy usage than ceramic tile.