Tile Style: Chic Eramosa Stone Flooring in Textured Porcelain

December 14, 2017

One of the most desirable natural stone tile choices is Eramosa, a limestone featuring a signature vein-cut look. However, this Canadian stone does come at a cost, with the price per square foot on the higher end of the spectrum. Plus, the extra TLC this fragile material requires can take a toll. And while its natural beauty may be worth the high cost of natural stone tile, for many homeowners, a more affordable and low-maintenance material like porcelain tile might be the better choice. 

Natural Eramosa stone comes in beautiful hues, with striking linear veins. But be cautious, because this porous material is vulnerable to becoming dull and scratched from abrasives, stained from oil and other liquids, and etched from acidic foods. But if that all sounds like too much and you would prefer a more affordable and durable product, turn to porcelain. You can get the chic look of natural limestone with MSI’s Eramosa Porcelain Tile Collection

Silver Eramosa

Recreate this look with MSI's Silver Eramosa Porcelain (Photo Credit: Houzz)

Silver Eramosa Porcelain tile is perfect for bathroom floors because it repels water. It features a calming mix of grays and greiges. With its eye-catching linear lines, the floor tile adds a beautiful pattern to this chic master bathroom, without overwhelming the simple design of the white, taupe, and gray space. 

White Eramosa

Get this look with MSI's White Eramosa Porcelain (Photo Credit: Houzz)

White Eramosa Porcelain tile is suitable for the shower, not only because it can handle water, but also due to its durability and low maintenance requirements. This tile is definitely the standout in this modern, minimalistic bathroom, and the soft whites, creams, and tans evoke layers of soft sand. The tile can be easily cleaned with just a wet cloth and a few drops of mild dish detergent. 

White Eramosa

Create this look with MSI's White Eramosa Porcelain (Photo Credit: Houzz)

MSI’s matte finish Eramosa Porcelain Tile Collection comes in large-format 12x24 tiles. This stylish and contemporary bathroom features beautiful White Eramosa Porcelain tile flooring. Installing the porcelain on a diagonal adds even more interest and emphasizes the delicate and authentic-looking veining. 

Grey Eramosa

Featured: Grey Eramosa Porcelain floor and White Eramosa Porcelain wall 

The linear design of Grey Eramosa Porcelain tile lends a contemporary edge to this live-work space. The mixture of mid-gray hues with cream and charcoal gives it a textured pattern that’s on trend. It also works well with other porcelain tiles like the White Eramosa Porcelain highlighted on the walls. 

Silver Eramosa

Get this look with MSI's Silver Eramosa Porcelain (Photo Credit: Houzz)

Silver Eramosa Porcelain is a blend of grays and greiges and can be used in a variety of color stories, including both light and dark color schemes. From the charcoal and dove gray walls to the white furnishings, and even to the sleek charcoal cabinetry, this modern living room is instantly elevated with the addition of this contemporary tile. Because it’s the only pattern in the room, the tile pattern is highlighted even further. Plus, textured porcelain is an affordable option to spotlight in a large space like this one. 

If you love the unique features of Eramosa tile but don’t want the high cost and constant maintenance of natural stone, then look no further than MSI’s Eramosa Porcelain Tile Collection. These beautiful and durable flooring, shower and outdoor tile options will take your breath away and add a chic element to your home.