Palm Tile & Stone Gallery in Sacramento, CA
 
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Why choose tile?

With a wide selection of colors, textures and sizes in rustic, refined and casual looks, we have always loved tile for its unlimited applications in a stylish home. Tile flooring works for not only floors, but also backsplashes, countertops, mosaics and wall tiles.

Our customers love tile for its exquisite and sophisticated look, extreme durability, great versatility, easy maintenance and safety. Tile is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms because tile resists scratches, moisture, bacteria and odors. Thanks to a nearly unlimited array of visuals, shades and textures, ceramic tile can help you design one-of-a-kind rooms.
 
 
 
 
Here are some exciting ways you can use tile:

  • Give a bath or backsplash a modern vibe with today’s trendy long, linear tiles.
  • For a stunning accent wall, use tile in a wood look to add texture and an enhanced warm feel.
  • To completely maximize the vibe of a room, choose a tile size that will produce the desired effect. Smaller tiles can help a room feel less constricted, while larger tiles bring order to open spaces. Likewise, patterns are best used in proportion to the space.

For even greater performance, porcelain is one of the hardest-working tile choices out there. Its dense material is highly water resistant and withstands exposure to freezing and thawing. For clean lines, form and function, take your home updates to the next level with brilliant tile options for your floors, walls, countertops and backsplashes.

There are many tile textures, images and colors available and we invite you to browse our catalog HERE or visit Palm Tile & Stone Gallery to view them in person.
 
 

Featured tile products

 
Ava Terina Noce
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Grand Boulevard Simple White Polished
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Mohawk Industries

 
Loftland Beechwood
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Mohawk Industries

 
Treyburne Noir Oak
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Mohawk Industries

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ceramic tile and porcelain for your floors

Many people often use ceramic tile and porcelain interchangeably. However, they are two separate products, manufactured in very different ways. While you will get similar benefits from both tile floors, it might be best to know exactly what the differences are between the two, so that you can make an educated choice about which is best for your own home.

At Palm Tile & Stone Gallery, we know how important your floors are to you, so they are equally as important to us. We want to make sure you are armed with all the necessary knowledge to make the best choice. In fact, we invite you to our showroom, located in Sacramento, CA, to speak with a flooring professional who can answer all the questions that you might have, and show you our full line of flooring. We service the areas of Sacramento, Folsom, Roseville, Eldorado Hills, and Elk Grove, and we’d love the chance to serve you as well.
 
 
Ceramic and porcelain tile in Sacramento CA from Palm Tile & Stone Gallery
 

Ceramic tile and porcelain–what are the differences?

It is important to know exactly how ceramic tile and porcelain differ. Knowing the difference means you will get exactly which one you need to match your own specifications. Of course, it’s likely that you won’t notice a huge difference in walking on them, but over the life of the tile, it may start to show that one is better than the other is.

Porcelain tile is made with very high quality clay and then, after being formed to size, fired in a very hot kiln. This produces a very dense, very hard tile that is nearly impervious to water. It’s one of the best choices for flooring in the bathroom and kitchen. However, when used in the bathroom, we suggest a protective grit surface coating for safety reasons. Porcelain also tends to show much less wear and tear in the form of scratches, scuffs and even chips, as the tile is the same color throughout.

Ceramic tile uses lower quality clay, mixed with other natural ingredients. Once it is removed from the kiln, it is then coated with bright colors and designs that make it a designers dream in the home. These tiles can be used to create mosaics, repeating patterns, shapes, pictures and much more. It is also quite resistant to water, though not as much as porcelain, and stands up well under moderate to heavy traffic.
 
 

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