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TILE & MOSAICS

You can make your space unique with the many different styles and designs of tile. There's endless colors, shapes, and patterns to create a space you'll love!

Tile

Tiles are made of porcelain, ceramic, and natural stones. Porcelain tiles are fired at a higher temperature when being made, which makes this tile dense and durable. It is more commonly used because of its durability and large variety of shapes, sizes and styles for an affordable price. 

Ceramic tiles are made with clay minerals and water. You can distinguish them by their red base. This tile is fired at a lower temperature than porcelain, which makes it less dense. So, if you are looking for a wall tile or shopping on a budget ceramic tiles would be a good fit. 

Natural stone tiles, such as marble, travertine, and limestone, add a beautiful, natural look to your space. Because these are a natural stone they are porous and require more maintenance. Some people assume these tiles cannot be placed in areas with water (kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms), but a natural stone sealer can be used to protect them from water damage. 

Style

Here at Cotton & Timber, tile projects are some of our favorites because we get to see the fun and unique style of our clients! The options are endless when it comes to tile. We have everything from hexagon and chevron to wood look tiles. You'll be able to find the perfect product for your space. 

Our large variety of tiles can be used for backsplashes, tub surrounds, shower walls, laundry room floors, and even accent walls. If you're ready to get creative, come check out all of our tile options at our showroom! 

Mosaics

Mosaics are smaller patterned tiles typically used for accents in a room like backsplashes, accent walls, deco strips on shower walls and more. Just like your floor tiles, we have different material options for mosaics such as porcelain and stone. But one material that is exclusive to mosaics is glass. You can find solid glass mosaics in unique shapes like arabesques and elongated hexagons, or if you want to mix and match textures, you can find patterns with glass, metal and stone blends.