A finish tile made by firing a nonmetallic mineral at high temperatures.
A flooring material made from a mixture of special clays and colorants that are fused together at high temperature into a hard brick like or porcelain sub-stance. Sometimes coated with a thin film of vitreous material called glazing.
Made from clay or a mixture of organic materials, ceramic tile is finished by kiln firing. Made in many shapes and sizes, it is glazed or unglazed. For floors, tiles are set in a cement or mortar type mixture.
a composition of clays that have been first been fashioned and shaped and then baked / fired in a kiln under extremely high temperatures
a great addition to almost any home, and is very versatile, as it can be used both as a wallcovering and on the floor
a piece of fired clay
Made from clay or a mixture of organic materials, ceramic tile is finished by kiln firing. The common types are mosaic and quarry.
A clay tile that has a hard glossy surface that has been fired. It is commonly used on floors and walls of restrooms. The wall tiles are frequently glazed (high gloss) and the floor tiles are not glazed (matte). The glazed tiles can be slippery to walk upon. Grouting used to install these tiles can hold dirt, soil and bacteria and be difficult to keep clean.
Ceramic tile is commonly used for restroom floors. Ceramic tiles come in small square shapes and are installed with grout joints.
Tiles made from clay or a mixture of organic materials, hardened by kiln firing. Tiles come in a variety of sizes and colors that lend an atmosphere of rustic warmth to rich elegance to a room. Ceramic floor tiles are set in place with a cement or mortar type mixture.
A man-made or machine-made clay tile used to finish a floor or wall. Generally used in bathtub and shower enclosures and on counter tops.
Crafted from organic material such as clay, finished by being fired in a kiln; they can be glazed or unglazed and are made in a variety of sizes and shapes.
Wall, floor or mosaic tile made of fine clay that has been fired in a kiln at a moderately high temperature. Can be glazed or unglazed.
A ceramic surfacing unit, usually relatively thin, composed of a clay body or a body composed of a mixture of ceramic materials, and having a glazed or unglazed surface, fired at a temperature sufficiently high to produce desired physical properties and other characteristics. Ceramic tiles are used principally for decorative effects and sanitary purposes as well.
any of a wide range of sturdy floor and wall tiles made from fired clay and set with grout. May be glazed or unglazed. Colors and finishes vary. May be used indoors or out.
A ceramic surfacing unit, usually relatively thin in relation to facial area, made from clay or a mixture or clay; and other ceramic material, called the body of the tile, having either a "glazed" or "unglazed" face, and fired about red heat in the course of manufacture to a temperature sufficiently high to produce specific physical properties and characteristics.
Clay tile with an impervious, usually glossy, layer on the surface.
Flat shapes made of unglazed or glazed fired clay. Used for floors by setting in mortar or cement in a variety of patterns. Ceramic tile is strong, durable and easy to clean.
Tile made by firing clay. May be glazed or unglazed. Unglazed ceramic is frost-proof, and is suitable for all uses, including outdoors.
Fired clay tile that is hard and may be glazed or unglazed, 1 square inch or smaller to 1 square foot or larger in size, available in a profusion of colors, shapes, patterns and textures.
Kiln fired flat tile that is formed into shape from clay or other silicon materials such as sand or quartz. Available in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and finishes they are used for countertops, floor and wall surfaces in kitchens, baths, etc. or in decorative places. Impervious to water, stain resistant and easy to clean they are useful in high traffic areas. Installed in evenly-spaced rows they are cemented to plywood and the joints are filled in with grout.