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Tile in Oklahoma

Tile is among the most versatile flooring solutions and can be installed throughout your home. Bathrooms, kitchens, and entryways are the most popular areas for tile, but with the ability to be installed indoors and outdoors, tile’s potential is limitless.


At Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home, our selection of tile ranges in price, style, size, and type. We offer a wide selection of floor and wall tiles that are perfect for kitchens and bathrooms.

Types of Tiles

Changes in trends have transformed the tile industry, but ceramic, porcelain, and stone tiles are still the main tile types available today.

What makes one different from another? Ceramics and porcelain are constructed similarly, both undergoing heat and pressure to become hard and durable.

  • Porcelain is fired at a higher temperature, making it denser and sturdier than ceramic. Because porcelain is so durable, it’s ideal for high-traffic areas that are frequented often. It’s considered more moisture-resistant than ceramic tile. Porcelain tiles are perfect for custom baths and showers and can be installed in outdoor spaces like patios.


  • Ceramic is known for its budget-friendly options that withstand moderate traffic. It resists moisture and heat, so ceramic is suitable for kitchen and bathroom applications. What's great about ceramic tile is its design versatility. There are so many different shapes, sizes, textures, and surface patterns, so no design is considered off-limits.


  • Stone tiles are natural tiles quarried from diverse places. They are unique in style, and depending on the type, must be treated to become stain and water-resistant, or even waterproof.


A Tile That Looks Like Real Wood


Residential homes are seeing a spike in the trend due to the character wood look flooring brings. Wood-look tile is the best of both worlds, offering durability, easy maintenance, and a refined design style. Porcelain and ceramic tiles can be found in wood-look varieties and are both affordable and long-lasting options.


Wood-look tiles are made from actual photographs to create a tile that looks identical to hardwood. From white oak hardwood to dark-stained pine, this technology can recreate hardwood looks that people love, while giving the amazing benefits of tile. Just like hardwood, wood look tile can also come in different shapes and sizes. While you may want to stick to a trend and go for a small rectangular shape, others might be looking for something traditional like a rectangle.

Where Can I Install Tile?

Thanks to the durability of tile, it can be installed in almost any room in your home.


All tiles resist moisture well, though every tile is moisture-proof. Be careful not to select a porous tile for the bathroom floor. Porcelain and stone tiles can be installed indoors and outdoors, creating a seamless design from outside to inside.


Popular tile sites include:


  • Kitchens
  • Bathrooms
  • Living Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Showers
  • Patios
  • Steps
  • Kitchen Backsplash


Backsplash tile comes in eclectic styles and materials, with glass, ceramic, porcelain, and mosaic tiles being the most popular types. Whether you want a rustic stone tile backsplash for a spa-like bathroom or a modern blue tile backsplash kitchen, our experts can help you create a fully customized look that gorgeously fits your space. We'll consider your cabinets, countertops, wall paint, flooring, and other factors to create a truly cohesive look that flawlessly expresses your personal style.

Our Tile Collection

At Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home, we are focused on providing tile options that fit every style and home design. As part of the largest flooring cooperative in North America, we have the best tile brands.


If you want to get your project started, stop by one of our showrooms or give us a call today. You can also browse our tile flooring options online.



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