When you run your hand over a real wood plank, doesn't the grain of the wood stand out and tell your hand it's real? Let me introduce you to two 8x34 wood grain porcelain tile styles that will definitely confuse your hand: Kingswood and Atelier.
These two stunning products come from Pamesa in Spain. They are low maintenance and ideal for Florida where real wood isn't an option given the humid climate.
Furthermore, you can install both Kingswood and Atelier on walls as well as floors, making for a stunning effect!
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Kingswood 8x34 Wood Grain Tile
Kingswood 8x34 Wood Tile consists of a pressed 8x34 plank in porcelain. It has a rustic look, with a hand-scraped effect on the surface. You'll find that it has defined ridges with a definite grain and a somewhat rough feeling. The sheen is minimal.
This porcelain tile product has a PEI Class 4 Rating (moderate to heavy traffic) which means that this product is recommended for all residential applications as well as medium commercial and light institutional.
This tile series is available in two colors: Argent and Magma.
Featured on the floor of the photo above is Kingswood Magma 8x34. Magma is a warm color.
Kingswood Argent 8x34 is featured on the floor of the image below.
Argent is cooler and lighter than Magma.
In both Magma and Argent, you'll enjoy the richness and variation of the wood pattern that Kingswood 8x34 porcelain planks bring to the interior of your home.
Atelier 8x34 Wood Grain Planks
Unlike Kingswood, Atelier 8x34 wood grain porcelain tile features a moderate sheen on the surface of the tile. Although smooth to the touch, you'll feel subtle ridges and a definite grain to this 8x34 wood grain porcelain tile.
This porcelain tile product also has a PEI Class 4 Rating (moderate to heavy traffic) which means that it is recommended for all residential applications as well as medium commercial and light institutional.
Atelier 8x34 Wood Tile Planks have a modern look. They are available in two colors – Ceniza (Grey) and Nacar (Off white) which work beautifully together as you can see in the image below where Ceniza is on the floor and Nacar on the walls.
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Here's a closer look at the two colors:
The faux wood realism is intense with its pattern variation and movement.
If you're looking to bring the look and feel of wood to your home, Kingswood and Atelier 8x34 porcelain wood plank tile are worth exploring.
Both are available to see and feel at all Tile Outlets of America stores. We can't wait to hear your reaction.