- January 22, 2022
This beautiful selection of porcelain and ceramic wood effect tiles is an important addition to our original wood look tile collection. As we’ve found a few more amazing looking tile designs, we had to include them as well, possibly making the combination of the two collections the most comprehensive resource on the web for wood effect tiles
We were very careful to select only the nicest, most realistic wood grain designs. As a main difference from real wood planks, these faux wood tiles can also be used successfully on floors and walls, requiring the same type of installation for either application. Most of this style of tile is produced by Italian manufacturers, as they are the best in the business. The main difference between porcelain and ceramic tile is the quality and the price, with the porcelain one being a bit higher in both. Read on for brand names and ideas.
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Over the next 56 years, the Mori family successfully built Island Flooring into the largest union flooring contractor in the state of Hawaii. From small independent hotels, the company expanded its scope to include a wide range of major hospitality chains including the Four Seasons, Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott and Outrigger. Island Flooring also entered the healthcare market, which required developing highly technical expertise in products such as commercial sheet vinyl and rubber flooring. The company performed work on several high-profile projects such as the Hawaii Convention Center and the new main branch of the state’s largest bank, First Hawaiian Bank.
By 2014, Island Flooring had more than 60 employees, including 45 installers. After more than five decades in the business, Raymond and Carol decided it was time to retire