Tile Style: 5 Places To Use Plank Porcelain Wood TileMarch 14, 2017
Porcelain wood-look tile is all the rage with homeowners, and with MSI's Country River Porcelain Collection, you can embrace the trend anywhere in your home. Country River marries the high-performance durability of porcelain tile with the warmth and beauty of a wood-look tile, for an overall design that is both practical and pleasing.
Porcelain tile is a preferred building material because of its strength, ease of maintenance, and resistance to scratching and staining. You can use porcelain tile literally anywhere, from a back deck to a kitchen backsplash. And now, with the Country River Porcelain Collection that resembles wood tile, you can have the look of real wood almost anywhere.
Featured: Stone Porcelain
For the ultimate retreat, just take a look at this seaside deck featuring MSI's Country River wood tile in Stone Porcelain. With a warm gray palette and realistic knots and graining, you would never know these aren’t wood planks. The best part is that you can feature Stone porcelain wall tile in places like the shower and tub wall, as shown in this next photo.
Featured: Stone Porcelain
Both of these images are perfect examples of how the Country River Porcelain Collection can be installed in places where real wood just won't hold up. Now you can have the look of hardwood in your bathroom or outdoors without a worry!
Featured: Moss Porcelain
High traffic areas such as your front entryway are a terrific place to showcase porcelain wood tile. The distressed look and deep graining of MSI's Moss Porcelain tile helps to camouflage wear and tear, while the porcelain resists scratches and chipping.
Featured: Mist Porcelain
Mist Porcelain from the Country River collection is reminiscent of aged driftwood, with warm grays and soft tonal patterning. The gray palette and distressed style is perfectly on trend with the latest design magazines, and can be featured to great effect in heavy-use areas such as this living room.
Featured: Bark Porcelain
The final tile in this collection is Bark Porcelain. A dark brown wood look tile plank with realistic knots and details, Bark is rugged yet refined. The rich brown tones and coveted wide planks bring a touch of style to any space. In addition, the rustic details and maintenance-free composition of these porcelain tiles make them a no-brainer for even the most abused surfaces, such as a kitchen floor.
The Country River Porcelain Collection from MSI has managed to imitate the beauty and warmth of classic wood planks in a durable, easy to maintain porcelain tile. Country River tiles can be used anywhere you've always wished you could feature timeless wood; from shower walls to a pool deck—even kitchen backsplashes! Think outside the box with this new collection, and you'll discover that the possibilities are endless.