When building or renovating, it is important to choose suitable materials so that they do not cause discomfort in the future. The choice of flooring is one of the doubts that can arise. The porcelain tile is preferred when the object is decoration and practicality. But first you need to know a little more about it.

The porcelain tile is a tile floor and there are endless models and sellers at your disposal in the market. Before your resistance, check the environment to see if it is a wet area or a social room. For example, usage throughout the home depends on the performance of the product. The bathroom is much more prone to staining and slipping than in the bedroom or living room. So that there is no mistake in the time of choice, we have separated some types of porcelanato:


  • Polished: Got this name because it is given a polish and a protective layer. It has a smooth surface and therefore its brightness is intense. It leaves the modern environment and is charged for dry areas: rooms, bedrooms, hallways. This is the most common porcelain tile as it is most commonly used in residential projects.
  • Enamelling: Has a layer of enamel. It can have a smooth, rough, shiny, or matte finish. If you look at the PEI of porcelain stoneware tiles, it is nothing other than their durability. The longer the PEI, the more resistant and durable the porcelain glaze is.
  • Struturato: With a stronger finish, is perfect for wet areas.
  • Of course: With a matt surface, the atmosphere is cozy. This type is very used in commercial projects because it is tough and not very slippery.
  • Acetinado: Has a lower gloss, and therefore has a matte surface. This model is less eye-tiring, has less brightness and makes the environment even more cozy, ideal for rooms and bedrooms.

Do you want a little more about which porcelain stoneware to choose? Check out our gallery of 60 projects and find the inspiration you need:

Picture 1 – Living room with polished white porcelain

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Image 2 – Room with polished porcelain in earthy tone

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Picture 3 – Rooms integrated by the same model of the polished porcelanato

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Figure 4 – Decor P & B with polished porcelain in white color

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Image 5 – Polished black porcelanato composed with kitchen joinery

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Photo 6 – Neat decoration with white furniture and a polished white floor

Image 7 – Polished porcelain with dots

Image 8 – gray porcelain for outdoor use

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Figure 9 – Porcelain tile mimicking burnt cement

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Picture 10 – View of the bathroom with enamelled porcelain

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Image 11 – Think of marble!

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Image 12 – Enamelled porcelain stoneware tiles to cover floors and walls

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Figure 13 – Neutral decor with gray floor

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Picture 14 – Imitation wood floor

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Photo 15 – A rather rough finish was chosen for the bathroom

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Picture 16 – Gray surfaces deserve colorful furniture!

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Image 17 – Shiny porcelain in white

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Image 18 – Shiny with a lot of shine!

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Image 19 – To create more comfort, place a carpet mat

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Image 20 – Armchair Barcelona composed with the modern and exquisite floor!

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Picture 21 – Living was integrated through the porcelain floor

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Photo 22 – Kitchen and living room with the same floor model

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Image 23 – The base of this house is neutral to give personality to the furniture and accessories

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Picture 24 – Shiny floor with gray spots

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Photo 25 – Struturato floor for this living area

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Photo 26 – Struturato floor to make this wet area more secure

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Image 27 – Porcelanato streunurato in off-white color

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Picture 28 – Composition of the floors: enamelled and natural

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Figure 29 – Natural porcelain with a gray finish

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Photo 30 – Natural porcelain stoneware tiles can be used in the pool area as they are less slippery

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Image 31 – And also appears in the bathroom

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Picture 32 – Imitation of wood

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Picture 33 – Facing a friendly bathroom

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Image 34 – For those who want a neutral floor

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Figure 35 – Modern toilet with porcelain tiles that imitates wood

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Figure 36 – Satin-finished porcelain with beige color

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Picture 37 – White with spots

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Picture 38 – Cladding the wall

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Figure 39 – Porcelain floor with satin wood finish

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Photo 40 – Satin floor for the sink

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Picture 41 – Modern kitchen with polished porcelanato

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Image 42 – Porcelanato with brilliance!

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Picture 43 – Satin floor for this daring residence

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Image 44 – Beautiful, modern and sophisticated design!

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Image 45 – The semi-gloss finish lies between the glossy and the rough surface

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Picture 46 – Bathroom with coating that mimics demolition wood

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Figure 47 – The exterior floor made of wood imitating porcelanato

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Picture 48 – External floor in Porcelanato imitated cement burned

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Image 49 – White exterior floor for this relaxation area

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Photo 50 – The same floor was used for the exterior and interior

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Image 51 – Commercial design with natural tiles

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Figure 52 – Same floor slab made of Porcelanato for this integration of environments

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Image 53 – Try using the same color of grout and flooring to look like a monolithic floor

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Figure 54 – The shiny floor gives charm and sophistication to the surroundings

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Image 55 – Shiny floor with carpet for the dining room

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Image 56 – Porcelanato Woody for this cozy corner!

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Picture 57 – Living room with glazed porcelain floor

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Image 58 – Surfaces with porcelain stoneware

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Picture 59 – Clean and modern floor!

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Photo 60 – Exterior floor made of porcelain stoneware with easy cleaning and durability

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