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Tile Bacskplashes 

Tile is a timeless tradition that’s been gracing homes and public spaces for hundreds of years. While many think of floors, first and foremost, while considering tile’s uses, it certainly doesn’t stop there. As it turns out, tile is also a terrific addition to your walls. Whether used as a simple alternative to wallpaper and paint, or a functional backsplash for your kitchen sink or bathroom shower, tile is as functional as it is fun. Perhaps best of all, nearly any tile that’s intended for floors can used for wall installations. 

At Beaumont Carpet One Floor & Home in Beaumont, TX we carry one of the region’s most extensive collections of fine tile products. We carry all types of ceramic, porcelain, metal, and other tile mediums. Let our expert flooring specialists assist you in creating the perfect accent wall or backsplash: one that will distinguish your room for many years to come. 

Backsplash Options for Kitchens and Bathrooms

Creating a backsplash that’s not only durable, but accomplishes visual interest, is one of our many specialties. Designed to complement your existing décor, while meeting all of your functional needs, your backsplash can protect your walls from the everyday elements, while making your room a true work of art. 

Shop Our Backsplash Tile Collection 

As members of Carpet One Floor & Home, which is the world’s largest cooperative of independent flooring stores, we boast the buying power of 1000 other North American retail sites, along with the localized services you love and trust. You’ll love our variety and our competitive pricing. Visit our showroom, located at 6690 Eastex Freeway, today. 

Tile Backsplash Options

Porcelain Tile

Tile Brands

With our stunning array of tile selections, made by manufacturers such as Marazzi, Florida Tile, Happy Floors, and Unique Building Concepts, we have a wealth of wall-worthy tile to grace your perfect space. 

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Emser Tile backsplash tile

What are the Different Types of Tile?

Porcelain and ceramic tile may look similar, but there are some very important differences beneath the surface. 

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