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Can You Stagger Wood-look Tile?

April 29, 2021
Staggered wood-look tile flooring in an Austin, TX home
One of the many ways to create a personalized appearance with tile flooring is through personalized installation procedures that make the floor look just as you want. The good news is that this process offers extensive design capabilities that open up a world of d├ęcor-matching possibilities for any home or style.

A staggered tile flooring installation

A staggered installation is a beautiful way to install your porcelain wood-look tiles, especially if you are looking for less repetition and more authentic realism in the wood pattern. The purpose of wood-look flooring is to look like the real thing; you'll likely be pleased with the results of this type of installation.

Staggering your tiles, also referred to as "offsetting," can also add a bit more softness and extra texture to spaces where this is the desired effect. There’s plenty of creativity available with this method, especially if you consider your options.

You can stagger the tiles by half in one offsetting method, setting each tile in the center of the one above it. You can also stagger them by one-third, with two joints below the one above it, for an offset known as the "third stagger."

We offer outstanding tile products and services

Express Flooring is a tile store that provides both products and services that give you the flooring you want and need, no matter what size your project. We are well-equipped, trained, and ready to get to work matching you with the best possible options that will last you for years to come.

We are proud to cover Arizona, Texas, Las Vegas, & New Mexico, including the Austin areas of Georgetown, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Leander, Manor, Buda, Cedar Park, and more. When you're ready for the very best tile flooring, we’ll make sure you find it.

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