Considering tile for your space? Here's our expert advice on what to consider as you shop. Whether you're looking to balance beauty with budget or create an unforgettable space, we can help you find just the tile you need.
Are you designing a bathroom, kitchen, or a heavily trafficked office space? Do you want to adorn the walls with a beautiful mosaic or use surfaces that are sleek and easily cleaned? Understanding the core requirements of your space can help you narrow and decide which tile, shape, finish, and color you need. Depending on those factors, you may need to select tiles at a certain thickness or with a protective coating, for instance.
We offer tile for floors, walls, countertops, pools, showers, and more in an endless array of colors, sizes, and textures. For both commercial and residential use, our tiles have helped homeowners and trade professionals alike create beautiful and long-lasting surfaces. Use our Crossville Design Visualizer tool to see how our Crossville Tile products could look in your space.
How important is grout? Without support under the tiles (thinset) your tiles will crack, without edge support (grout) your tiles will chip and crack. Even though grout can enhance the aesthetics of a design, its purpose is to keep your tiles securely in place and maintain a quality installation. When considering your tile grout, determine the potential for moisture in your space, the potential for stains from spills or foot traffic, and the performance attributes of your grout options. Crossville Studios locations offer a variety of installation materials and tools including grout.
Looking for help before you install? Installation & Support
Even if you plan to do the work yourself, lean on experts in your area to help you find the right materials and give you tips for installation and care. At Crossville Studios, our staff know tile. We help our customers explore and shop our many collections to find just the right product. Many of our team members have professional backgrounds in architecture and design and can help you find trusted installers and designers, too.