Two Ceramic Floor Tiles That Look Like Wood: Fronda and Sauco

Fronda-wengue-ceramic-wood-plank-tile Fronda Wengue ceramic wood plank tile

The wood look in tile has really captured the attention of visitors to Tile Outlets of America. For that reason, I'm excited to share with you two ceramic floor tiles that look like wood: Fronda and Sauco.

Fronda and Sauco both come from Spain and reflect the amazing realism that inkjet technology brings to tile.

Fronda Ceramic Floor Tile

The Fronda ceramic floor tile series is a ceramic 8x24 wood look plank tile from Spain.  With its true wood colors and realistic knot pattern features in the tile,  you can see and feel the true beauty of this product. It is available in these colors:

The image above features Fronda in Wengue, a rich chocolate brown color.

The Nogal color is a warm chestnut brown tone.

Fronda Perla is a light grey, white-washed wood look.


Fronda ceramic 8x24 floor tile in Nogal, Perla and Wengue. Not pictured: color Haya. Fronda ceramic 8x24 floor tile in Nogal, Perla and Wengue. 



As you can see in the image below, the Fronda Perla color is light grey or off-white in appearance. This is a great floor tile if you're looking to create a beachy look with a light wood tone. This design is laid using the herringbone pattern design.


Fronda-perla-ceramic-wood-plank-tile Fronda Perla ceramic floor tile in a herringbone pattern


What I love most about the Fronda tile series is how beautifully realistic the wood grain and knotting in the tiles look. What better way to bring that wood look to Florida homes without all of the hassle!

The image below features Fronda Nogal in a herringbone design on the left of the picture; the bordering tiles are laid soldier.



Fronda-nogal-ceramic-wood-plank-tile Fronda Nogal 8x24 ceramic floor tile


Sauco Ceramic Floor Tile

The Sauco ceramic tile series comes in a 9x37 plank. Available from Tile Outlets of America in two colors, this wood-look tile is designed to give you the appearance of real wood in a ceramic plank:

As you can see from the images below, Sauco Miel is more honey-toned whereas Sauco Viejo has an older-wood, weathered feel.


Sauco-ceramic-wood-plank-tile Sauco Miel and Viejo 9x37 ceramic floor tiles


The image below shows you how the Sauco Miel 9x37 ceramic floor tile looks installed. The end result is warm, visually interesting and intensely realistic when you realize that you're seeing tile and not wood.


Sauco-miel-ceramic-wood-plank-tile Sauco Miel 9x37 ceramic floor tile looks just like wood planks installed!


Ready to Explore Wood-Look Ceramic Floor Tiles?

What's your opinion of the Fronda and Sauco ceramic tile series? Do you like the realism of the design? Which colors do you prefer? Are you ready to explore for yourself?

Here's another ceramic floor tile to check out: Plank Tile that looks like Barn Wood: Castle Series from Spain.

And, then, once you've explored, come visit Tile Outlets of America and see Sauco, Fronda and other ceramic floor tiles in person!