Definition of Tile
Tiles are thin rectangular or square floor coverings made from hard-wearing materials like ceramic, porcelain, stone, glass, or vinyl.
Tiles are popular because they create a timeless look in homes and are durable and resistant to wear and tear.
Tiles can be used in almost all commercial settings and in any area of a home, from kitchens and bathrooms to living rooms and bedrooms.
Tile installation is easy, and grout is used to fill in the gaps between tile pieces. They are available in a variety of colors, sizes, and patterns and vary in terms of water resistance, which leads to two categorizations:
- Vitreous tiles
- Semi-vitreous tiles
Example of Tile in a Sentence
“Grout is the glue that holds tiles together.”