Ceramic Tiles - An Excellent Choice for Your Interiors!

We are sure that you must have heard about ceramic tiles, but when it comes to identifying one, do you succeed? With the diverse range of tiles available in the market, it becomes difficult for one to select the kind of tile you're looking for. Unless you are an interior designer, you will not understand the difference between tiles.

Cover the basic knowledge about tiles by reading this blog. We will discuss the different types of ceramic tiles and some of the best places to use them in your interior. Let us first look at what ceramic tiles are made of.

How is Ceramic Tile Made?

In ancient times, ceramic was a material simply made from clay. Earthenware pottery, for example, is the result of baking or "firing" clay in a kiln at low temperatures — a chilly 1,400 degrees Fahrenheit, compared to more than 2,300 degrees Fahrenheit for porcelain tile! In today's world, technological advancements have widened the term’s definition. Advanced ceramics can make everything from medical implants to refrigerator magnets! Ceramic tiles are usually made from a mixture of water, sand, and clay. The spaces between the tiles are filled with a mixture called grouting, made with water, sand and cement. However, sometimes grouting is prepared from epoxy instead of cement.

How Can You Recognize a Ceramic Tile?

Ceramic tiles by AGL are extremely versatile, with a wide range of options ranging from natural stone looks to solid colours in a variety of sizes. There are many interesting designs created with ceramic tile, as you may have discovered during your search for ceramic tile. In this section, we will discuss a few ceramic tile trends.

Natural stone is currently popular in kitchen and bathroom design. Stone is beautiful, but it comes at a price that is not for everyone. Natural stone-look ceramic tiles by AGL provide all of the design aesthetics of stone without the high price tag. Natural stone patterns can be extremely realistic with advanced printing options on ceramic.

Hexagon shapes are a popular choice among the public, however, the majority of tiles come in linear rectangular or square shapes. To achieve finesse, producers use machines to bring perfection and precision, making it a 'Rectified Tile'.

As per the current interior design trends, these days people prefer using large tiles to the small ones because large tiles make a space look even larger. A few common ceramic tiles by AGL include:

  • 1. 300 X 300 Mm 
  • 2. 397 X 397 Mm 
  • 3. 600 X 600 Mm 

Types of Ceramic Tiles

There are three types of ceramic tiles which are glazed tiles, wall tiles, and floor tiles. Let us discuss them in detail.

  • 1. Wall Tiles: Showers, backsplashes, and accent walls, to name a few uses for wall tiles. Wall tiles, with their various tile designs, can really add an impressive design element to a room. They are also available in the same sizes as floor tiles.
  • 2. Floor Tiles: As previously stated, floor tiles typically have a matte finish. When you find a ceramic tile you like, make sure to ask if it can be installed on the floor. When used as a floor, ceramic tile can be extremely durable.
  • 3. Glazed Ceramic Tiles: Glazed tiles have a protective finish that can range from matte to glossy. Matte finishes are ideal for natural stone designs and are recommended in the majority of cases. Glossy ceramic tiles have a chic finish that gives a space a polished look (pun intended). For wall installations, glossy finishes are recommended. Last we are going to discuss is what's the best place to use ceramic tiles.

What is the Best Place to Use Ceramic Tiles?

Ceramic tiles are waterproof, making them an ideal choice for any bathroom or shower stall, including open-concept bathrooms with a marble appearance.

Tiles are also popular in kitchens, where they can be found in eye-catching backsplash arrangements because they are non-absorbent and easy to clean.

Ceramic tile is also tough enough for outdoor use when properly treated and maintained, with applications for patios, decks, lanais, and other enclosures or courtyards.


Ceramic tiles are hygienic, do not stain, and are simple to maintain. Ceramic does not promote the growth of bacteria, does not deteriorate, is waterproof and non-absorbent, and is one of the simplest materials to clean and disinfect. Ceramics can withstand almost any chemical.

While both ceramic and porcelain are less expensive than that most renovation materials, the price differences are due to differences in density.

According to the Study of Life Expectancy of Home Components, the average life expectancy of a ceramic tile floor is 75 to 100 years.

Ceramic tile is a popular choice for the bathroom floor. It is resistant to moisture, and stains, and will not absorb bacteria or odours.