By Janessa Running
"Everyone knows that some trends do not stand the test of time; shag carpet, wood paneling, and olive-green appliances are just a few examples of a trend that you would probably rather leave in the past. When the “must have” trends of yesterday become woefully dated, it leaves you wondering if you are falling into the same trap. Will the wood-look tile trend last? Or should you suggest a more tested tile for such a large investment?
Wood-look tile is bringing in millions and sales are expected to double in 2015 as product lines continue to grow and new products are added. We are glad to say it appears that wood-look is here to stay.
This spring, Daltile introduced two newcomers to the wood-look tile lineup. They reflect both the traditional love of wood and the up-and-coming demand for reclaimed wood.
Reclaimed wood is salvaged from old homes, churches, barns, and school houses. It is hard to get and expensive. But no other wood can match the depth, richness, and character of the distressed look. Daltile's new reclaimed wood-look tiles bring this vintage look to your design palette for a more durable and cost-effective wood alternative.
Do you want to have floors that look great but worry about keeping them nice. This is why the trend of wood-look tile is here to stay. It gives you the ability to have ultimate durability plus definitive style."
Daltile offers 12 wood-look tile lines that bring the latest in wood trends, as well as a classic look. The Village Shoppe is a dealer of Daltile, so whether this is your first time learning of wood-look tile, or you have been considering installing it for a while now, let one of the designers at The Village Shoppe guide you through the ordering process, and help you choose the right style and color of wood-look tile for your home.
Photos and article credit to Daltile