Mosaics are so unique, they can be used as a field tile or cut into strips as listellos.
PEBBLE STONES have a flexible base covered with smooth pebbles or river stones. Pebbles are suitable for almost any room on a wide variety of surfaces. They have both a visual and physical texture which creates an unique aesthetic appearance.
PEI Class 1 Rating: No foot traffic. Wall tile use only in residential and commercial applications
PEI Class 2 Rating: Light traffic. Both wall use and bathroom floor applications.
PEI Class 3 Rating: Light to moderate traffic.Countertops, walls and floor for normal foot traffic.
PEI Class 4 Rating: Moderate to heavy foot traffic. All residential applications as well as medium commercial and light residential.
PEI Class 5 Rating: Heavy to extra heavy traffic. All residential and heavy commercial and institutional foot traffic.
Porcelain and ceramic tile are the same. Both are part of the larger category of tiles we call ceramic. They begin to diverge when we look closely at the differences in hardness rating and porosity, and that's when we assign the purely ceramic or porcelain titles to them.
If we had to explain the difference between porcelain and ceramic tile in one minute, it would be this: The colour in full body porcelain tiles run throughout the tile, top to bottom; ceramic tiles only have the colour baked onto the top.