Ceramic tiles or wood? Here’s the dilemma
Whether in renovation or in new construction, one of the great dilemmas when facing a project of this type is the choice of floor coverings. Ceramic (with its many possibilities) and wood (either solid, parquet or floating flooring) are the most common options and the decision to opt for one or another material is not always easy. So we face the big question: Ceramics or wood?
If we look at the aesthetic criteria, the defenders of wooden floors usually refer to the visual warmth provided by this type of material. However, ceramics have evolved a lot in recent years and today there are multiple options that perfectly mimic natural surfaces such as wood, to the point that even the joints are almost imperceptible. We see, then, that the aesthetic criterion is not enough, since very similar results can be obtained with the two materials.
The key to choosing ceramic or wood, therefore, will depend on the characteristics of the project as well as in the future use of the space. And it is precisely there where ceramic tiles offer many more options. Because of its resistance, durability and variety of styles and formats, ceramics is always the right decision for any type of home. While wooden surfaces are much more delicate (signs and markings, changes in color due to the sun or swelling due to a water leak), maintenance of ceramic floors is much simpler and with a longer lifespan.
It seems obvious that ceramics is the surface that adapts to more types of projects. Let’s see why.
And if ceramics and wood join in a single product just as they do in the collections of woods of Cifre Cerámica, the solution seems much more simple
This is our verdict. Do you still have doubts?