Rock Look Porcelain Tile

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High hardness Low water absorption (less than 0.5%) Good moisture Mold resistance 3D inkjet printing. 20*20 30*30 33*33 45*45 60*60. In kitchens In bathroom In living room In restaurants In hotels. We offer five types of Rock Look Porcelain Tiles for you to choose from. Due to high temperature sintering, 3D inkjet printing and use of high quality glazes and ceramic colors, Rock Look Porcelain Tiles produced by Castel Ceramics have high hardness, low water absorption rate of less than 0.5%, good moisture and mold resistance.

Anti-slip Rock Look Porcelain Tiles are widely used in kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, restaurants and hotels.

Our Rock Look Porcelain Tiles are available in various sizes: 20*20, 30*30, 33*33, 45*45, 60*60.

We can also provide extra large size tiles.

Rock Look Porcelain Tiles have a realistic natural rock texture, which gives your space a rustic but contemporary look.

Each tile comes in different textures, offering personalized tiling solution.

Durable stone look tile is an affordable alternative to natural stone that looks great throughout the house.

You can get the authentic look of stone with an easy-to-maintain surface.

As an added bonus, stone look tiles don’t require any sealing.

Their moisture resistance makes them ideal for kitchens and bathrooms, and easy to care for.

To clean, simply sweep up excess dirt, and then wash or mop as normal.

This tile gives you the variations and beauty of natural stone, but not the maintenance requirements.

There is no need to seal this tile, and they are resistant to staining.

Stone look tile comes in porcelain and ceramic and a multitude of looks and sizes.

Rock Look Porcelain Tiles

From small mosaic sheets to large format, stone look tile is ideal for both walls and floors.

Stone Look Tile FAQs

How do you make ceramic tile look like stone?

For optimum durability, you can get a porcelain stone look tile or ceramic stone look tile. They are easy to clean and can withstand heavy foot traffic. These stone look tiles are resistant to fading and staining and are engineered to last. There are even options for a slate look porcelain tile.

How many types of tile are there that look like stone?

Slate look porcelain tile is a more affordable option to real stone and looks great in a variety of rooms. Its use isn’t limited to kitchens and bathrooms either!

Can I use stone look tile for the shower? The walls? How about the fireplace?

Slate look porcelain tile and stone look tile is a great choice for entryways, laundry rooms and even basements.

Is there tile that looks like stacked stone?

With a variety of styles and colors to choose from, you're sure to find a selection that's perfect for your floor or wall project.


What is the best travertine look-alike tile?

Travertine is the inspiration for many stone look floor tiles (which can also be used on the wall). Daltile has multiple options to choose from with new selections available regularly.

Which is better, stone or porcelain tile?

Both stone and porcelain tile have their individual benefits, maintenance requirements, and installation considerations. Natural stone is the pinnacle of luxury but has inconsistent porosity, which means inconsistent water resistance, and often requires sealing. Porcelain is impervious to water and virtually maintenance-free. In settings where water is present, porcelain may be a better option. It is best to consider the usage and expected traffic in your space, as well as the level of care you are willing to commit to when deciding between natural stone vs. porcelain.

Is stone look tile less expensive than stone tile?

Yes. Natural stone tile is mined from sites around the world. Due to the expense of extracting from the earth and shipping to its final destination, natural stone is generally more expensive. It must also be cut and finished before it is ready to sell. Most of our stone look tile is manufactured in the USA, usually close to where it is sold, using local materials. The high-tech equipment in our manufacturing plants presses, cuts, prints, finishes, and packages tile all in one location. This allows most of our stone look tile to have a lower cost than stone. Some high-end stone look porcelain can be more expensive than stone, but this is an exception.

How can I tell if my tile is natural stone or look alike?

Great question. Today’s technology can make telling the difference very difficult. If your tile is installed, get as close to it as possible and give it a good look. Up close you should be able to start to distinguish some pixels from the printing process on stone look tile. Stone will not have these signs. If the tile is not yet installed, examine the sides and back of the tile. It will have a different look and finish than the front if it is stone look tile.

Do you need to seal stone look porcelain tile?

No. Only natural stone needs to be sealed. Porcelain tile that looks like stone has a glazed finish that doesn’t need sealing.

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