Reasons why big format tiles are trending

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You must remember the time when tiles use to have a standard size – 12 inch by 12 inch. But then they got bigger and 24 x 24 became a common size. These days however you can easily find 48 x 48 or even bigger sizes in the market. Tiles are getting bigger and bigger, and people love it. Here we are going to outline some reasons for such popularity of big format tiles.

  1. Make small rooms look bigger

There are several tricks interior decorators and architects use to make small rooms look bigger. Opting for big format tiles is easiest of those tricks. It works because most people associate big tiles with big spaces. But don’t just take our word for it. Visit your nearest Spenza Dealer and see the big format tiles in action.

  1. Less grout lines in a room

No matter how beautifully the tiles are installed, grout lines affect the appeal and flow of the flooring. With the big format, number of grout lines is very low.

  1. Easy to clean and maintain

Tiles are resistant to dust, dirt, scratches, stains, and a lot more. Grout is the main thing you need to take care of. That is where dust sticks, making the whole floor look dirty. But with fewer grout lines cleaning and maintaining the floor becomes very easy.

  1. Fast and easy installation

It takes less time and effort to install big format tiles, primarily because less number of tiles is required to cover the area. There are lesser joints, less cutting and hence less chances of error.

  1. New and trendy

One of the reasons big format tiles are trendy is just that they the new and shiny things. These tiles are new in market and that attracts a lot of people. You do not need to know all the benefits. Just knowing that everyone else is opting for big tiles is reason enough.

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