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Custom Kitchen & Bathroom Tiles in Delaware, MD, PA & New Jersey

Ceramic & Stone Tile Installation

No matter what you’re using it for, ceramic tile is both functional and versatile. You can use it on walls, floors, kitchen islands, and backsplashes, and shape it into every pattern imaginable. Better yet, it’s available in a full spectrum of colors and textures to suit your needs.

At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we customize the tile you like to fit any style. Our designers work with you to select the tiles you want, and our in-house installers are trained to install them to your exact specifications. Simply put, you get the best deal and the fastest service.

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Tile Design & Installation Choices

When considering tile for a room in your house, there are many styles to choose from:

Glazed Ceramic Tiles

Glazed ceramic tiles are coated with glass-forming minerals and ceramic stains and usually have a high-gloss, semi-gloss, or matte finish. They resist stains and moisture much better than unglazed tiles do.

Unglazed Tiles

Unglazed tiles are very hard and dense and can be made with a variety of surface textures and treatments. Since they do not resist stains well, they are usually used for outdoor applications; unglazed tiles are perfect for outdoor kitchens!

Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain tiles are much harder and denser than other tile products and are more resistant to scratches and high temperatures. Also, since porcelain’s color goes all the way through the tile, scratches and chips are less noticeable.

Granite Tiles

Granite tiles are available in a mesmerizing array of colors, patterns, and grains. Granite is one of the hardest materials available, meaning it is highly resistant to scratches and damage. This makes granite tile ideal for flooring and countertops.

Tumbled Stone Tiles

Tumbled stone tiles have worn edges, chips, missing corners, and soft surfaces, resulting in a rustic appearance. These types of tiles work well in rustic and country kitchens, as well as outdoor spaces.

Tile Design & Installation Choices

When considering tile for a room in your house, there are many styles to choose from:

Glazed Ceramic Tiles

Glazed ceramic tiles are coated with glass-forming minerals and ceramic stains and usually have a high-gloss, semi-gloss, or matte finish. They resist stains and moisture much better than unglazed tiles do.

Unglazed Tiles

Unglazed tiles are very hard and dense and can be made with a variety of surface textures and treatments. Since they do not resist stains well, they are usually used for outdoor applications; unglazed tiles are perfect for outdoor kitchens!

Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain tiles are much harder and denser than other tile products and are more resistant to scratches and high temperatures. Also, since porcelain’s color goes all the way through the tile, scratches and chips are less noticeable.

Granite Tiles

Granite tiles are available in a mesmerizing array of colors, patterns, and grains. Granite is one of the hardest materials available, meaning it is highly resistant to scratches and damage. This makes granite tile ideal for flooring and countertops.

Tumbled Stone Tiles

Tumbled stone tiles have worn edges, chips, missing corners, and soft surfaces, resulting in a rustic appearance. These types of tiles work well in rustic and country kitchens, as well as outdoor spaces.

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Custom Tile Installation

When thinking about new tile installation, there are a number of things to keep in mind. Most importantly, consider the size of your room. For example, while many people think small rooms call for small tiles, this is not always the case. Often, using larger tiles can make a small room look more spacious, and fewer grout lines will create a cleaner surface appearance. Our experienced tile installers will make sure you get the right look for your space!

Want to Learn More About Our Tile Installation in DE?

At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we work directly with you to create the tile pattern that will bring out the absolute best in whatever room you want to remodel. We can help you design any kind of tile pattern you want, whether you are creating tiled floors, walls, or backsplashes under cabinets. For nearly 50 years, we have helped customers throughout Delaware, southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Eastern Maryland create stunning tile accents.

If you want to install custom tiles in your home, call us or stop by one of our showrooms today to schedule a one-on-one interview with one of our designers!

Custom Tile Installation

When thinking about new tile installation, there are a number of things to keep in mind. Most importantly, consider the size of your room. For example, while many people think small rooms call for small tiles, this is not always the case. Often, using larger tiles can make a small room look more spacious, and fewer grout lines will create a cleaner surface appearance. Our experienced tile installers will make sure you get the right look for your space!

Want to Learn More About Our Tile Installation in DE?

At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we work directly with you to create the tile pattern that will bring out the absolute best in whatever room you want to remodel. We can help you design any kind of tile pattern you want, whether you are creating tiled floors, walls, or backsplashes under cabinets. For nearly 50 years, we have helped customers throughout Delaware, southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Eastern Maryland create stunning tile accents.

If you want to install custom tiles in your home, call us or stop by one of our showrooms today to schedule a one-on-one interview with one of our designers!

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