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Wood Look Floor Tile

Wood-look tiles are a popular option for people who want the timeless and beautiful look of wood in an extremely durable tile. Tile design technology has advanced so that, at first glance, it’s easy to mistake the faux look for the real thing.

Wood-Look Floor Tile

Inspired by the patina of a naturally worn and human-altered wood plank, the 7" x 46" EcoVilla tile recreates this warm appearance in a strong and durable porcelain tile. The dark-brown, wood color is combined with a painted and sanded look to seamlessly form a tile that resembles a sophisticated and rare wooden plank. This wall tile is more versatile than it appears at first glance, straddling the line between modern and vintage while adding texture and a relaxed vibe to your space.

Inspired by the patinas of painted wood planks, the 7" x 46" EcoPatina tile recreates this warm appearance in a strong and durable porcelain tile. The light-brown, natural-wood color is combined with a white, painted look to seamlessly create a tile perfect for minimalist decorative styles. This subtle wall tile is more versatile than it appears at first glance, straddling the line between modern and vintage while adding texture and a relaxed vibe to your space.

Imagine the perfectly weathered planks of an ocean-side pier imparting a year-round, beach-house vibe to your home. Pier Silver porcelain wood-look tiles are made to specifically replicate this look, giving you the cool-toned, silver, grey and blue wall or floor that resembles planks you’d find outside. Pair this faux-wood plank with the coordinating hexagon tile to create a unique and modern design.

The term “petrified wood" translates from its Greek roots to “wood turned into stone," and that is just what the Dexwood collection reflects. Dexwood grey is a bold, statement flooring that’s not your average wood-look tile; it’s a modern take on the style that features a polished, petrified wood look with rich and dramatic patterning. Get the warmth and elegance of a wood-look tile with a modern twist from this 17" x 35" plank tile.

The term “petrified wood" translates from its Greek roots to “wood turned into stone," and that is just what the Dexwood collection reflects. Dexwood grey is a bold, statement flooring that’s not your average wood-look tile; it’s a modern take on the style that features a polished, petrified wood look with rich and dramatic patterning. Get the warmth and elegance of a wood-look tile with a modern twist from this 6" x 35.5" plank tile.

The term “petrified wood" translates from its Greek roots to “wood turned into stone," and that is just what the Dexwood collection reflects. Dexwood brown is a bold, statement flooring that’s not your average wood-look tile; it’s a modern take on the style that features a polished, petrified wood look with rich and dramatic patterning. Get the warmth and elegance of a wood-look tile with a modern twist from this 17" x 35" plank tile.

The term “petrified wood" translates from its Greek roots to “wood turned into stone," and that is just what the Dexwood collection reflects. Dexwood brown is a bold, statement flooring that’s not your average wood-look tile; it’s a modern take on the style that features a polished, petrified wood look with rich and dramatic patterning. Get the warmth and elegance of a wood-look tile with a modern twist from this 6" x 35.5" plank tile.

Get a brightened-up version of the industrial loft look you desire to keep your space looking big and light. The Industrial Perla porcelain wall and floor tile features the smooth look of cement in a light, dappled white color. The subtle variations in the finish of this 18" x 18" large-format square tile add natural-looking interest to floors and walls.

Get the industrial loft look you desire with an added touch of warmth to create a space you’ll feel right at home in. The Industrial Acero porcelain wall and floor tile features the smooth, grey look of cement with warm, tan tones. The subtle color variations of this 18" x 18" large-format square tile add natural-looking interest to floors and walls.

Faux wood takes on cool-toned, modern appeal with the Workshop Fendi wood look porcelain floor tile. This warm brown 4" x 47" plank gives the floors of your kitchen, entry, dining room and more the timeless yet contemporary warmth of natural wood. Complete with knots and grain, this porcelain tile is more durable and easier to maintain than a true wood floor.

Faux wood takes on cool-toned, modern appeal with the Workshop Desert wood look porcelain floor tile. This cool grey 4" x 47" plank gives the floors of your kitchen, entry, dining room and more the timeless yet contemporary warmth of natural wood. Complete with knots and grain, this porcelain tile is more durable and easier to maintain than a true wood floor.

Wood-look tiles are a popular option for people who want the timeless and beautiful look of wood in an extremely durable tile. Tile design technology has advanced so that, at first glance, it’s easy to mistake the faux look for the real thing.

Durable and Beautiful Tile That Looks Like Wood

Wood-look tile is a popular design style and is only gaining momentum. And it’s easy to understand why. You can achieve almost any wood look that you want, whether on floors or walls, in traditional planks or modern styles, with an extremely durable and versatile porcelain or ceramic tile. Complete with wood grain, knots and varying colors and patterns, it’s amazing how close these tiles look to the real thing. If a less realistic look with the same warmness is your style, The Tile Shop carries tiles that come in bold colors like blue and pink. Stop into your local store to see what’s new in faux wood.

Color

dark and light mix faux wood
whitewash wood tile
hex tile that looks like wood

From dark to light, knotty to lightly grained, you’ll find almost any variance of the natural-wood look you can imagine. If you’re interested in something bolder, whitewashed, painted-look, grey and colorful wood-look tiles are also an option. Our exotic planks look like rare, expensive woods found in far-off locations like the Amazon and come in unique colors, like blue, and bold patterns that resemble sunken wood.

Shape

large format plank tile
distressed wood hex tile
reclaimed wood look tile

Planks, the most common style for a real wood floor, are also the most popular for wood-look floors. But they aren’t the only option. Hexagons, chevrons, mosaics and oversize large-format and wide-width tiles are available, so you can customize the floor or wall you’ve envisioned.

Material

wood look glass mosaic
porcelain wood tile
limestone faux wood tile

Faux wood is available at The Tile Shop in durable ceramic and even stronger porcelain. Your new floor or wall will be more impervious to scratches and look just as beautiful as natural wood. Get the stunning look of glass and wood together with mosaics that combine both.

Pattern

chevron grey wood tile
herringbone wood tile
reclaimed wood plank tile

A great way to create interest and uniqueness is to arrange your tiles in a less common pattern. Herringbone, chevron and staggered patterns can all be achieved with the right tile. Just make sure the tile you choose is approved for the pattern you want.

Rustic & Farmhouse Decor

light woodgrain tile
rustic tile that looks like wood
white weathered wood tile

Tile that looks like wood is great for creating a rustic or farmhouse style. You can use them in places subject to moisture where you wouldn’t want to use real wood (like a backsplash or shower), and they achieve the same look. Rustic, distressed, weathered, barnwood and hand-scraped tiles all add a vintage feel to your modern farmhouse.

Ask the Tile Experts

What is wood-look tile?

Wood-look tile is ceramic or porcelain tile that is designed to have the appearance of real wood. It often comes in planks, like real wood, but is also available in unique shapes more common to tiles.

What are the benefits of wood tile?

The strength and durability are the biggest selling points of wood-look tile. You can achieve almost any look you would with real wood and, with unique shapes and colors, many more on top of that. A wood-look tile floor or wall lasts so long (and often costs less than wood) that is worth it in the long run. Additionally, your wood look never has to be refinished (perfect for homes with pets!), and it can be heated or get wet.

Where can I use wood-look tile flooring?

It depends on each tile, but some wood-look tiles can be used on floors, walls, in showers and even outdoors. This is one of the perks of using faux wood instead of real wood—it can get wet without compromising its durability. Just make sure the tile you want is approved for its intended use.

What looks good on the wall with wood-look tile on the floor?

What pairs well with wood-look tile depends on the shape, the color, the look you want to achieve and, of course, your personal taste. If you are afraid of the design getting too busy, we would not recommend using a heavily patterned faux wood on the floor with another intricately patterned tile on the walls. The patterning of wood-look tiles varies from collection to collection, however, so you can usually find the perfect one to pair with another tile.

Can you wax wood-look tile?

You don’t need to wax your tile floor if it is already glazed, which most ceramic and porcelain tiles are. If you do decide you want to add some extra shine to your floor with wax, make sure it is one that is safe for your tile. Also, consider that adding wax to a tile floor requires additional maintenance, and added shine may make your faux-wood floor appear less like the real thing.

How do you clean wood look tile?

We recommend cleaning your wood-look floor or wall with one of The Tile Shop’s ceramic and porcelain tile cleaners that is safe for your tile.

How durable is wood tile?

When it is installed and maintained correctly, wood-look tile is very durable. It won’t scratch or need refinishing like a hardwood floor.

Does wood tile or real wood cost more to install?

A wood floor is not cheap. The cost of tile varies so much that it is hard to estimate an average cost. However, since there are so many choices, there is always a tile for every budget. Generally, a tile floor costs less than hardwood flooring and will last longer.

What color of grout do you use with wood tile?

If you want your tile installation to look as close to real wood as possible, match the grout as closely as you can to the color of your tile. The Tile Shop has dozens of different grout colors so you can always find a great match.

Is there wood tile without grout?

Installing tile without grout is never recommended. As the framework of your home expands and contracts due to temperature and weather, a grouted tile design will stay stable and move with your home without breaking.

What is the best layout pattern for wood-look tile flooring?

Most wood floors have a staggered plank layout. Recreate this pattern to get a similar look. However, there are other patterns, like herringbone, that can make your tile floor more modern and interesting. Just make sure your tile is approved for the layout you choose, and follow the 1/3 rule of staggering your planks. This means you should arrange two tiles placed side by side to overlap 1/3 of their lengths instead of aligning them in a brick pattern that overlaps half of each plank.

Is wood look tile too trendy?

Absolutely not. We believe that wood-look tile is a current trend because it does NOT create a trendy look. Wood floors are timeless, and the tiles that recreate this look are, too (which is perfect because your faux wood floor is going to last you a long time!).