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It's fairly easy to clean and maintain kitchen floor tiles. To keep kitchen floor tiles clean, sweep or vacuum your floors a couple of times a week. Next combine warm water, and a gentle soap cleanser and clean floors with a rag material mop.

The installation process for kitchen tile may vary based on the type of tile selected, and the type of installation project. We try to give you the best service by providing basic information where you can install the products in the product description pages, however for your specific kitchen tile projects, you should consult your contractors.

Kitchen floor tile installation usually involves, preparing the floor surface for tiling, planning the tile layout, mixing setting (thin-set) materials, laying the thin-set, laying the tile, grouting, cleaning the grout, and sealing the tiles for durability. This is not the only way and each tile project has its own difficulties, so for laying floor tiles in the kitchen, you need to consider consulting a professional.

There are several ways to cover unsightly or outdated tiles in the kitchen. The most popular options are painting over tiles, and using tile-patterned wall decals. We need to warn you about these options. They are risky and not long-lasting solutions. Please consult a professional interior designer or a contractor before doing this on your own otherwise it might be costly at the end of the day. 

Porcelain and ceramic tiles are the most popular choices for kitchen walls and flooring. Porcelain and ceramic tiles are also more budget-friendly than natural stone options like marble and granite tile. Mosaic with textured or non-slip surface, ideal for wet areas such as kitchen backsplashes. Specifically for the kitchen backsplash, mosaic tiles are one of the best choices. Kitchen mosaic tiles are good choices for many homeowners, interior designers, and contractors to uplift the backsplash or kitchen floors.

The best tiles for kitchen floors are tiles that are moisture-resistant, durable, and able to withstand heavy traffic. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are usually the top choices for most homeowners, however, granite and marble tiles also make lovely options for kitchen flooring.  Other than that, for kitchen floors, tiles will be the best and most durable option for sure compared to other types of floors such as laminate, vinyl, and hardwood floors. The type of tile depends on how the room will be used and how much traffic it will generate over time.

Like kitchen flooring, kitchen backsplash tiles are fairly easy to keep clean. There are tons of commercial cleaners for kitchen backsplash on the market, but you can also use homemade solutions. A mixture of baking soda, vinegar, warm water, and a few drops of gentle dish soap are all that’s needed to keep your backsplash grime-free. Use a soft cloth to wipe the backsplash a couple of times a week. You should be careful and we do not recommend you use this way for our all products. You should consult your contractor or American Cleaning Institute. 

The best color of the tile to use in the kitchen is the color that helps create the desired look and feel of the room. Kitchen tile comes in hundreds of colors and patterns so the options are plentiful. Light colors can make rooms appear larger and more open, and dark colors can help add contrast to an otherwise neutral room.

Kitchen tiles refer to a variety of hard surface materials like marble tiles, travertine tiles, glass tiles, ceramic tiles, and kitchen mosaics.  Decorative ceramics can be an excellent accessory to  Granite countertops. Granite countertops are limited to mostly dark colors, and lighter color tiles can be ideal.

Residential kitchens should use tiles on floors, countertops, and backsplashes.  Floor tiles can be a large format marble or porcelain tile in 12x12 or larger.  You should use large-size tiles like 24x24 tiles in big areas, and small tiles in small kitchen floors.

Historically, old European kitchens would have ceramic tiles on the surface with matching bullnose trim. This style is still used in Mediterranean-style homes.  However, due to the number of grout joints,  this style of tiles may need more sealing.

These types of kitchens also have large oven hoods. Spanish tiles or Portuguese tiles with various European designs or floral designs are used as ornaments in these areas.  Some other kitchens use farm animal-inspired tiles. These tiles can be inserted among plain field tiles.  This type of installation can contribute to a lower budget as plain field tiles are less expensive compared to decorative tiles.   Historical methods of hand-painted tiles are becoming rarer these days.  These tiles are painted by dedicated artisans.

If you use your house a lot, always go with more durable surfaces like porcelain or a dark color marble.  Lighter colors may look more neutral but show wear and tear more. Darker color grout is also preferred with these tiles.

Commercial spaces like restaurants, hotels, and cafeterias tend to use tough tiles like quarry tile, or through-body porcelains. These tiles have a minimal absorption rate and are bacteria-resistant.  These tiles usually come in. 8x8 or. 12x12 size.  The most practical surface on commercial kitchen tile is honed or textured.

Stone Tile Depot offers the best selection of high-quality kitchen tile products. We aim to be a trusted resource for everyone interested in learning more about home design. The following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about kitchen tiles.