The best ceramic tile designs in the world may be a hotly debated topic in the ceramic tile world, with many brands, styles and sellers claiming to have a “must-have” ceramic tile.
But what exactly is a “Must-Have” ceramic?
And how does it make or break a ceramic tile?
In this exclusive article from POLITICO, we look at what makes a “Top 10” ceramic, and how to tell if a ceramic is truly good.
Here’s the skinny: A ceramic tile must be of a quality equal to or greater than other ceramic tile styles.
You must also have a ceramic pattern that’s a unique combination of colors and texture.
And the best ceramic tiles come in multiple grades: bronze, silver, gold, ceramic, pearl, goldilocks, white and red.
Each grade is unique, with some ceramic tiles offering the best qualities of bronze, and others offering a much richer variety of color and texture than other.
And it’s not just ceramic tile that has a “superior” ability to achieve the desired finish.
There are many other factors that go into determining whether a ceramic can be considered “Top-10.”
These include: The color, the size, the texture, the amount of color or color and gold, and the finish that can be achieved with it.
And if a tile has a combination of a few of these attributes, that could mean that the tile has “superb” finish.
But is it a “Best” ceramic tiles?
Here are some examples of what you might consider to be “Top 5” ceramic designs:Aceramic tiles from the American Home, Inc. line, including the American White, Gold and Red.
A white ceramic tile with white ceramic inlay.
A ceramic tile from American Home Inc. from the “American Blue.”
A bronze ceramic tile featuring a yellowish-green finish.
An American Home ceramic tile in a yellow finish.
Aerocarp tile, featuring a red finish, with white and silver inlay in a black ceramic tile and a red ceramic tile tile.
A white ceramic with a gold finish.
In addition, we have included a series of ceramic tile “must haves” from American Gold.
The ceramic tile was chosen to be a must-have for many customers, and to be on par with other ceramics.
And of course, there’s no perfect ceramic tile — some are superior to others.
If you want to know which ones are best, or if you need help deciding which is best for you, take a look at our ceramic tile comparison chart.