Redefine Your Home’s Interior With 3D Tiles
When using tiles for a design purpose, especially if you want to create a feature wall or focal point to a specific room, 3D glazed ceramic tiles are the way to go. With glossy or matt finishes, you are sure to find the ideal textured tile option for your project.
Specially Processed For Unique Features
The process of making glazed ceramic tiles traditionally involves wet clay being sculpted into shape and then fired in a kiln. The glaze, a layer of glass that protects the tile and makes it more resistant, has to be ‘baked’ at temperatures greater than 1000 degrees Celsius in order to fully adhere to the tile biscuit. Nowadays, thanks to evolving tile technologies, ceramic tiles can be created with three-dimensional folds, wavy ridges, and asymmetrical profiles which provide a unique design aesthetic to inspire your space.
When it comes to 3D tile designs, you must think big. It’s not only about the look of each individual tile, but rather how they will look like fitted together on a wall.
Choosing 3D Tiles
We recommend you pick glazed ceramic 3D tiles with attractive and interesting textures, but also to keep in mind the shades they produce, as these will create the depth which gives the wall the seamlessly sculpted look that will give your home an incredible interior design feature.
These tiles are still considered a new and daring trend, so they are most commonly seen in commercial spaces, but done right they can add a lot of personality to your home.
As three-dimension capabilities evolve, the potential options available to homeowners are endless. With new shapes, textures, patterns, designs, and cuts becoming available over time, we believe 3D tiles are here to stay.
For more ideas on tile choices, browse through our range of Tile Products.
Drop by your nearest Tile Wizards store and our friendly staff would love to help you select the right tile products for your project.
Tile Wizards stores are located across Australia:
- In Queensland: Bokarina and Springwood
- In South Australia: Lonsdale, Richmond, and Para Hills West
- In New South Wales: Coffs Harbour