Classico Tra Noce
Classico Tra Noce is made from high-grade ceramic, and also it is an exemplary item to make use of for your shower room, kitchen area, living area, and garage area.
A replica of vein-cut Travertine with a linear, tone-on-tone variegation.
Install Type: Thin-Set
Usage: Residential, Commercial
Application: Floor, Wall
Sq. Ft.: 1.17 sq. ft.
Tiles Per Box: 9
Classico Tra Noce is a ceramic tile replica of a vein-cut Travertine with a variegated color. The main benefits of ceramic tiles include moisture-resistant, anti-skid, and they come in an unglazed variant for a more natural look. You can explore our selection of tiles such as travertine, slate, and limestone.
- Ceramic tile can be glazed with virtually any kind of color to match
- Shipping is available within Canada.
- Shipping tiles can be offered at purchasers request with an additional cost based on standard charges from major shipping companies.
- Special arrangements may be made for international buyers.
(Note: If you are planning to place a large order or need to inquire about pricing, please do not hesitate to give us a call today at (416) 752-4446.)
Ceramic Tile World has a variety of glass mosaics such as Blend Crema, Blend Brown, Yahly White, Yahly Grey, and Yahly Brown. We also have a line-up of mosaic items such as stone, stainless steel, and blend. Pay a visit to our tile store and start designing your projects.
Floor and Wall Tiles
Bathroom, Kitchen, Living Room, Garage
We had a great experience at this store. We bought tiles for our 4 bathrooms, laundry room, pantry, 2 fireplaces and all of our hardwood and vinyl. Prices are reasonable and their customer service is great. Dina was amazing and so friendly! She’s very knowledgeable and she offered so many great suggestions to help with our selection. She’s a gem! We also met the owner Steve and he was also great We’ve recommended this place to all our friends and we’ll continue to do so.
Very knowledgeable and helpful.
Really great selection and people. They have good quality and a wide selection that works for all budgets. All their materials are good quality. Yani was incredibly helpful and helped us make some good decisions for our kitchen and washroom renovations. They have a lot more than tiles, including shower and bath systems and hardware. We found a good quality trough drain here too. We are repeat customers and this was the second time sourcing from this fine business.
They were very helpful to us in planning our shower installation. We bought porcelain tiles and a sliding door, both for a very reasonable price. We are considering a pre-fab floor, which is expensive, but promises better performance than the alternative. I would definitely recommend them highly.
Needed builder tile for a 5 year old home (homeowner had only 41 pieces and I needed about 100). Had no idea what tile it was. The team at Ceramic Tile helped me figure out what the tile was, ordered it in and got me working within 1 business day! Thanks guys!
We had a great experience at Ceramic Tile World. Dina was amazing and super helpful. The have a huge selection and they were able to work with our tight timeline. Will definitely go back for future projects.
Very helpful staff, great selection. Dina was great and helped out with design options. Couldn’t be happier, we’d go back for sure. Have kitchen and washroom renovations coming up, we have our tile store.
Knowledgeable staff, family run business, large sample tiles that I could move around to compare different options in the showroom. Got a great deal on some end of stock tiles for a kitchen project and had enough leftover to tile the front hall!
Everyone I’ve dealt with here has made my shopping process enjoyable. They have a great selection of tiles from all the big companies and better prices. Sales staff are willing to work through design ideas with me and can pull out tiles to support my “vision”. Responsive via email, happy to send sample boards home.
Can Ceramic Floor Tiles Be Used on Walls?
While you can use any tile for a wall, only specific grades of ceramic tile can be used for flooring. The grade you select will be determined by the type and amount of traffic the floor receives.
What are Ceramic Tiles Used for?
Ceramic tile can be the only type of flooring used in any room of the house. Kitchens and toilets and foyers, mudrooms, and other high-traffic areas are the most common places to find it. However, many homes, especially in warm climates, use tile in living rooms and bedrooms to great effect.
How Long Do Ceramic Floor Tiles Last?
Ceramic tiles are among the most robust and most long-lasting flooring options available. If properly cared for, a glazed, high-grade ceramic floor will last well over 100 years. Ceramic tile is very easy to clean that you can use typical household cleaners and a mop.
Should Shower Tile and Floor Tile be the Same?
The tile in your bathroom floor does not have to fit the tile in your tub. Many homeowners like to change things up a little by selecting different tiles for each space.
How Can I Tell the Difference between Porcelain and Ceramic Tile?
The color of the porcelain tile is consistent throughout. Unglazed porcelain that has been broken or chipped will have a consistent color across its thickness. Chips in ceramic tile can show a different color underneath the glazed surface coloring. Porcelain has a more refined finish than ceramic.
Can I Use Floor Tile in a Shower?
In your shower pan, you can use almost any kind of tile material. If you’re on a budget, getting a higher-end statement piece for a lower price is a great way. The Tile shop has a wide variety of shower floor tiles in ceramic, glass, granite, limestone, pebbles, marble, porcelain, and quartzite.
How Do You Protect a Ceramic Tile Floor?
By sticking to a weekly vacuuming or dust mopping schedule, you will prevent the accumulation of dust and sand. While most vacuums have a hard floor environment, dust mopping can be more gentle on your floors.
Does Ceramic Tile Scratch Easily?
Although built to be a long-lasting and easy-to-clean floor covering, Ceramic tile is still susceptible to scratches. In fact, a sharp edge on a metal chair leg can scrape the tile finish, and dragging a heavy refrigerator around the floor can also do the same.
Should Floor Tiles Be Darker than Walls?
Working from the bottom up is a good rule of thumb. The hues at the bottom are darker while shades on the top are lighter, mainly because floors are typically darker than walls, and ceilings are typically lighter than walls.
How Do I Choose Floor and Wall Tiles?
Look for floor tiles with a lighter variant of a wall tile’s color, lines, or other forms that are the same color as the wall. White goes with everything, but in kitchens and bathrooms, it can be too stark. Avoid using plain white when coordinating with current backsplashes and wall tiles.