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Ceramic tile that looks like wood… The beauty of wood with the ease of ceramic + no grout.

from Whitney Donáe

Porcelain Wood Tile Inspiration

Wednesday I shared this bathroom that had a beautiful herringbone wood floor. Although I love the look of wood floors in the bathroom, they aren't the most practical because of moisture and potential water damage from overflowing toilets, showers, and kiddos who close sink stoppers and leave the water running while the family goes to church (hello, little brother). Today, I thought it'd be fun to share some photos where wood looking tile is used in case you might want to consider it…


Since 2013, ceramic tile that looks like hardwood flooring has been a popular choice among professional designers and DIY homeowners.  While many trends come and go, this wood look tile remains a f…


Making the grout selection was fairly painless. My best advice is to go with a grout a shade darker than your tile. We decided to lay the tile with very thin grout lines, just a hair larger than 1/16″. Standard grout size is 1/8″, and if you want your tile to look like wood, you have to go with a thinner grout joint.


Wood-look tile combines the natural warmth of wood with the durability and easy care of porcelain. That makes it a great choice for kitchen flooring. And we can install it for you! Take a look at our entire Marazzi tile selection for the kitchen, or just about any room in your home. (Tile shown here is Montagna Dapple Gray)