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Trendy ceramic floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, gray backsplash, ceramic backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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  • Cristal Jaquez

    City View Collection from Daltile.com will have a very similar linear look and lots of great grays to choose from.

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Julie Sheer added this to How to Get a Tile Floor InstalledDec 17, 2015

What to know about choosing tile: In general, porcelain tile is denser and more impervious to moisture than ceramic tile, so it’s more suitable for floors. The Porcelain Enamel Institute rates tile on a scale of 1 to 5 to indicate how it will stand up to foot traffic — from Class 1 tile, which should be used only on walls and not anywhere there’s foot traffic, to Class 5 tiles, which are suitable for heavy-traffic areas. Many tiles are glazed, or coated with a liquid glass that’s baked onto the surface of the clay. The National Kitchen & Bath Association says glazed porcelain tiles are much harder and more resistant to wear and damage than ceramic tiles. Glazed tiles are also more stain-resistant, and they allow for a variety of colors and designs. Some porcelain tiles are also full-body, which means the color runs through the tile, rather than simply baked onto the surface. Normandy Remodeling’s King says full-body porcelain is the best type of tile for flooring and outperforms natural stone. “It can be as expensive or more expensive than natural stone, but improved technology has helped porcelain resemble the real deal so closely. The result: There is less reason to use real stone, which requires a bit of care and maintenance,” King says.Max Black Nature porcelain tile: Porcelanosa

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Raphael Evans added this to KitchenAug 6, 2019

I like the contrast, the natural light & the way the colors compliment each other

Jaye Rowland added this to J'S KITCHENJun 11, 2019

dislike transition from tile to wood but tile good but dark

Yasmin Pitter added this to Kitchen ideasJun 2, 2019

that definitely works in terms of flooring

Chasity Watts added this to Chasity's ideasMay 11, 2019

Ceiling For the kitchen and the family room

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