Of the latest home improvement trends, timber look tiles are arguably my favourite of all. In case you’re unaware, you can now get floor and feature tiles in a natural timber look – designed to mimic the look of a traditional wooden floorboard or a wooden wall – and designers are rejoicing.
If you’re looking for timber look tiles in Perth, you certainly have many options on hand. Today, I will be showcasing six of our bestselling timber look tiles at Ross’s Discount Home Centre. But before that, let’s take a look at why you may want to consider going with timber look tiles over timber floorboards. Hopefully, when you’re done reading, you’ll seriously consider choosing timber look tiles for your home.
Why you should consider timber look tiles
No doubt you know that timber adds a unique feel, look and warmth to any space. However, using natural timber has its own set of disadvantages. Thankfully, you can always consider timber look tiles as a fantastic alternative to natural timber.
There are many advantages of choosing timber look tiles. First of all, they are more cost efficient than natural timber. And, unlike natural timber, timber look tiles are more durable and sustainable – they don’t expand or shrink with changing temperatures. There is also very little maintenance associated with timber look tiles. Furthermore, timber look tiles are available in a wide range of styles and designs for you to choose from.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the bestselling timber look tiles in Perth, from where else but Ross’s Discount Home Centre.
When it comes to timber look floor tiles, you’ll find an extensive selection at our store. In particular, I’d like to recommend the following:
Timber Look Maroon: This elegant porcelain tile elegantly mimics the look of natural timber. Thanks to quality production processes, each tile offers a unique feel, colour and tone. The Timber Look Maroon tile will complement both modern and traditional interiors. At just $55 per square metre, this is a great buy.
Lignum Ebano: This refined timber look floor tile comes in a natural shade of ebony and is designed to give-off a warm effect. This affordable tile is just $35 per square metre.
Lignum Gris: This porcelain floor tile offers a natural timber look with a grey tint. The warmth and feel of this tile will lend a touch of elegance to any room you install it in. It is available at the affordable price of $35 per square metre.
The best part about timber look tiles is that you’re not just restricted to floor tiles. Here, at Ross’s Discount Home Centre, we have in stock a number of feature tiles that offer a natural timber look. A couple of our bestsellers are:
Osaka Décor: This versatile feature tile can be used both on floors and walls, including shower walls. It is available in a natural wood finish and features multiple patterns and designs on every single tile. It is available for $29 per piece, with each piece measuring 450mm x 450mm.
Aged Wood White: This elegant feature tile does well to replicate the look of natural aged wood. It features a modern white-wash finish and is suitable walls and floors. The Aged Wood White tile is just $4 per piece, with each piece measuring 100mm x 200mm.
Timber look tiles are one of the hottest trends right now. They replicate the look and feel of natural timber, making them a more cost effective, durable and sustainable solution to traditional wooden floorboards. Timber look tiles will add a touch of warmth and character to your home and there are many styles and designs to choose from.
For quality timber look tiles in Perth, look nowhere else but Ross’s Discount Home Centre. Our bestselling timber look tiles include Timber Look Maroon, Timber Look Avorio, Lignum Ebano, Lignum Gris, Osaka Décor and Aged Wood White. Choose any of these tiles for a trendy and affordable alternate to real timber.
To check out these timber look tiles in person, drop by our showroom in Guildford today!
Have your say!
Given how gorgeous timber look tiles are, which timber flooring alternative would you most likely choose for your renovation?