TILE FLOORS - SMART AND STYLISH FOR THE HOME
Tiles are ceramic tiles with many uses. They also come in many different textures and shapes and are both stylish and functional. The burnt stone or flintware tiles are often frost-proof and are a common sight such as floors in kitchens and halls. The tiles perform incredibly well in bathrooms and above all in shower corners where other materials can be damaged by chemicals. Many clinker tiles are also mounted on the wall, which gives a continuous surface to the floor, but clinker floors are, after all, the most common.
TILE FLOORS FOR ALL ROOMS IN THE HOME
Tile floors are a good solution for a variety of surfaces in the home and can be installed in more environments than kitchens and bathrooms. The hall is an excellent surface to install tiled floors on. A surface where the shoes enter the floor and are removed. This means you need extra strong plates here! Some tiles also work well in the conservatory and as a floor on the balcony. Why not extend the living room floor out through the patio doors out to the patio? Granite ceramics are splendid examples of frost-resistant tiles that can be installed in both spill- and scratch-sensitive indoor environments and in some cases also be placed outdoors. The granite ceramic comes with a frost-proof surface, which means that you get tiles and a floor that will last for a long time.
With a tiled floor, the home is both easy to keep clean and tidy. Clinker floors and above all granite ceramics fit in all types of homes, from the modern city apartment to the country summer house. There are a number of different textures and shades and it is easy to find a tile for every environment and household.
FLOOR TILES IN DIFFERENT SHADES AND SURFACE TREATMENTS
Clinker floors are available in several different colors and surface treatments. The texture is deep and the pattern images in many cases imitate real natural stone. For example, you pick up the pretty melanges and veins of the limestone, while you get a durable surface that is not as sensitive to oxygen as the real natural stone. A good solution to put in, for example, the shower corner where limestone should not be installed. Tile floors and granite ceramics can be single-coloured, multi-coloured or naturally patterned, they can be smooth or textured and come in many different formats. An increasingly common surface treatment is tile floors with a surface that imitates natural stone. This is a very practical and easier-to-maintain alternative to real natural stone. The granite ceramic is a splendid example of a plate that can handle a lot! Spill-resistant, scratch-resistant and a clear choice for flooring. Granite ceramic of 9 mm also conducts the heat well and is excellent for installation with underfloor heating.
TILE FLOORS IN BATHROOMS GIVE A FRESH FEELING
Tile floors in bathrooms are a matter of course. The tiles withstand high wear and have low water absorption, which makes them perfect for laying in wet areas. Granite ceramic and tiled floors in bathrooms give a natural and timeless impression that gives a fresh and open feeling. Especially popular among our customers is choosing a light-colored tile that, together with a light-colored joint, creates a tile floor with the illusion of a larger surface. In this way, you get a homogeneous surface that creates space in the bathroom.
Granite ceramics at Stenbolaget come in large slabs and modern formats.
With a neutral look in the bathroom renovation, you can also supplement with exciting textiles and interior details to give the bathroom a boost and set a special mark. Work with plants, towels and bathroom furniture to find the right one for your bathroom. Then you have also secured your bathroom from aging prematurely! So let your tiled floor and walls be the base while you can change all the details, it can create a big change and give the home a new look, year after year!
Clinker floors should also not be confused with tiles, which are another type of ceramic tile but not suitable for bathroom floors! You can instead use tiles for the bathroom walls. Here is also a fun way to create your dream bathroom! Play with tiles in different formats and colors, while tiles and granite ceramics can be placed on the walkable parts. The difference between the different plates lies in the density. Clinker floors and above all Granite ceramics have a denser material and resist wear and chemicals in a completely different way than tiles.
FLOOR IN BATHROOM WITH SMALLER TILES
Sizes of floor tiles may differ for different surfaces. For tiled floors in bathrooms, it is more common to use smaller tiles. Especially around floor drains and where cases on the floor are to be installed. It is common for bathrooms to be smaller in terms of surface area than other rooms in the home, which can also be a reason why smaller tiles are sometimes chosen. Smaller tiles are especially successfully chosen for floors in shower corners. This allows you to create a surface with more joints and simply reduces the risk of slipping and gives the foot a firmer grip.
However, the modern alternative is larger plates! They are quicker to assemble and provide an open surface that can often be perceived as larger than it actually is. As well as that the pattern images interact beautifully and provide clearer texture migrations than on small plates.
Installation of granite ceramics in both bathrooms and other surfaces in the home is done with fix and joint on a suitable substrate.
TILE FLOOR IN KITCHEN - TILES THAT HIDE DIRT
There are many options for kitchen floors, and tile is a material that has many advantages! Especially when it comes to maintenance and cleaning. Tile floors and granite ceramics are easy to clean from spills or stains from cooking. The kitchen is an area where a lot happens in the home and we often spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Installing granite ceramics in the kitchen is something we really highly recommend. The scratch resistance together with the spill-resistant and dense surface makes it incredibly good even for this room in the home!
You can also install tiles and granite ceramics as a splash guard above the sink and stove. Perfect for those who want to easily wipe up spills. Choose a smooth surface and plate without structure when installing splash guards. This makes cleaning and maintenance easier.
Unlike bathrooms, it is more common to use dark tiles for tiled kitchens as they do not highlight dirt as easily. This together with the slab's properties make the kitchen easy to maintain and easy to keep clean. Many also prefer slightly larger plate sizes in the kitchen. So a modern format of 60x60cm is popular.
For the patio next to the kitchen, however, it can be really nice with varied sizes, irregular formats. But even here there is a range of different granite ceramic tiles that can extend the room and provide a coherent surface.
TILE FLOORS THAT DO THE LITTLE EXTRA
Under the category and the clinker family, you will also find many products in granite ceramics. This is one of the most durable floor materials that can be laid and is both scratch-resistant and frost-proof. A perfect material for both indoor floors, walls, conservatories and garden areas!