Tile That Looks Like Wood
So cool! How do they do it?
Technology. Wood-look tile pushes the limits of digital inkjet printing. Photographic patterns of wood grain are reproduced on porcelain tile using state-of-the-art 3D digital printing. This tile doesn’t just look like wood – it FEELS like wood!
Shoes, boots, water, dogs, kids… no worries. No scratching. No refinishing. Just luxurious and durable porcelain tile in a stunning array of colors, sizes, finishes and effects. There’s no limit to the possibilities in commercial and residential settings. Tile is busting out of the bathroom and mud-room into formal and informal spaces – even living rooms and bedrooms. Polished or distressed, traditional or post-modern, indoors or out. Let your imagination run wild with tile that looks like wood.
Rango USA – 4 wood look tiles
Barnwood – Porcelain tiles with the romantic appearance of naturally distressed wood.
Cambridge Oak – Three deep wooden hues, over 100 square feet of unrepeated wood grain patterns.
Railwood – Weathered and distressed wide and extra-wide plank tiles impart ageless rustic charm to contemporary environments.
Woodstyle – Created using advanced 3d printing techniques. Inspired by the nuanced wood grain patterns of rich walnut. Available in 48″ lengths.
Ragno Woodstyle | Acero | Authentic wood-look tiles for contemporary designs
Ditch deforestation! Dynamic, wood look tile by Florim.
Forest – Five classic wooden hues, a complete light to dark spectrum created with high definition graphics.
Charleston – Shabby chic distressed wood look tile for contemporary, cottage, urban, euro, and eclectic designs.
Cerim Elite – This collection combines the sophistication and richness of hardwood flooring with the durability and versatility of porcelain tile.
Florim Forest | A five color spectrum of wood look tiles to anchor any design style
Rubble Tile features an exciting selection of wood-look tile from the best tile makers in the world including Ragno, Eleganza, and Florim. Whether you want the classic look of old-growth oak, the country charm of distressed planks, or the contemporary look of scraped and stained wood, you will find a selection of the best tile that looks like wood when you visit our Minneapolis showroom and meet with an in-store consultant.