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Wall tiles can add visual appeal to any room in your home!

 
Indoor spaces may consist of walls, but don't think for a moment that those physical structures are barriers that limit your ability to realize even your wildest interior design dreams and aspirations!

Wall tiles offer a simple way to transform your outdated, existing shower into an absolutely stunning oasis. A custom-designed shower or kitchen backsplash can really bring an entire room together.

Kitchen and bathroom backsplashes are the perfect places to use wall tiles; however, selecting the right wall tiles to use as a backsplash can be an overwhelming process, especially when there are so many options to choose from!

That's why our team of expert design consultants will be with you every step of the way, offering advice and answering any questions that you may have.
 
 
 
 
 
 

What is the best material for my wall tile?

 
Here at Classic Floors & Countertops we offer a wide array of tiles for floors, backsplashes, accents walls, pool walls and shower walls. Our 6,000+ square foot Classic Design Showroom has everything from contemporary, mirrored subway tiles to faux wood tiles that give off a rustic shiplap look and linear glass tile that lends both durability and texture to your bathroom. Incorporating unique shapes like diamonds, brick-joint rectangles or penny rounds can make a big difference in a small space and really add a splash of style and personality, without overwhelming the room.
 
 
 
 
 

Porcelain tiles

 
Porcelain tiles are a very popular choice for wall tiles. Because porcelain is tile that is manufactured from natural clay, porcelain tiles can come in a virtually endless variety of colors, styles and textures. The impressive range in aesthetic styles that can be achieved through porcelain wall tiles makes them a perfect candidate for any room in your home.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Marble tiles

 
Marble is one of the most popular stones utilized during the construction of residential homes. Marble can be used for floors, sinks, countertops and, of course, wall tiles! Known for its beautiful colors and legendary durability, marble tiles are available in multiple finishes such as flat, matte, polished, honed, brushed or tumbled. In addition to its timeless beauty, marble (along with porcelain) is naturally water-resistant, making it ideal for use in kitchen or bathroom backsplashes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Glass tiles

 
Glass tiles are a great option to create an eye-catching focal point or beautiful backsplash in any room in your home. The biggest advantage to glass titles is that they can be iridescent, translucent or opaque, and are available in such a wide range of colors and styles, that they can accommodate any aesthetic or design style your heart desires. At Classic Floors & Countertops we are proud to offer a large variety of custom glass tiles from some of the industry's most respected manufacturers, including Tesoro, Glazzio and the prestigious VogueBay.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Slate tiles

 
Slate is a metamorphic rock capable of showcasing a vibrant color palette that ranges from rich hues of copper and red to dazzling whites and dynamic blacks. This impressive range of colors and textures makes slate a great option for adding an aire of chic sophistication to your home.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Travertine tiles

 
If your design goals are focused on achieving a more natural look, then travertine tile is your best bet. Travertine is a type of limestone that is much like a snowflake or your own fingerprint; that is to say, every individual piece of travertine is given a unique pattern and character during its formation process and no two pieces are exactly the same. This rare quality makes travertine tile a highly-desirable option for anyone looking to achieve a truly one-of-a-kind look.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Quartzite tile

 
Quartzite tiles are both durable and versatile, as they can be utilized for both commercial and residential applications and can be used inside as well as out. Quartzite (along with travertine) exudes a natural elegance which, when combined with pebble or river stone tiles, will bring the beauty and serenity of nature indoors and is sure to leave your guests in awe.