Tile flooring looks terrific in any space, whether the kitchen or living room. Moreover, it's stylish and sophisticated and has many benefits. Some benefits include being durable, hypoallergenic, eco-friendly, and easy to clean.

It's essential to get the right one for your project, however. So, here are some tips on choosing well.

Understanding hardness and porosity

Each ceramic has different strength and absorption/porosity levels. You will get distracted by the beautiful styles, shapes, and sizes you see in a tile flooring store.

Remain firm to your needs, however. Choosing the right or wrong one will impact your project.

Color considerations

What is your home's overall color palette? While colors don't need to match, they do need to harmonize.

Also, think about design goals. For example, light colors can visually enlarge a small room, while dark colors will make it even smaller.

Earth Tones are great for rustic or farmhouse looks. Gray works well for Scandinavian minimalism. Finally, blue is considered the "new neutral" because it works with almost everything.

Feel free to come into our showroom when shopping for tile in Lebanon, PA. You'll see a large assortment of Daltile, Interceramic, Marazzi, and more.

Understand porcelain vs. ceramic tile flooring

Porcelain is heavier, denser, and can be used indoors or out. It's ideal for busy, heavily trafficked floors like the kitchen, patio, or deck.

Ceramics include the 4 X4 highly designed and often glazed squares. They are used on indoor moderately busy floors, countertops, walls, backsplashes, and shower surrounds.

Others include mosaics, now popular for bathroom floors. Terracotta bricks are durable and can be used for tile flooring indoors or out. Subway tiles are appropriate for indoor, low-traffic floors.

Visit our tile flooring store today

Home Improvement Outlet
is dedicated to making your flooring dreams come true. Stop by our Lebanon, PA showroom if you're searching for the best tile flooring in the area. We serve residents in and around Lebanon, Hershey, Manheim, Reading, Jonestown, and Harrisburg, PA.