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    Wooden Tiles for Living Room Tiles, Bedroom Tiles, Accent Tiles, Hospital Tiles, High Traffic Tiles, Bar/Restaurant, Commercial/Office
    Size 600x600 mm ft

    Wooden Tile Sizes

    Here are the sizes wooden tiles are available in.


    Size in MM

    Small Size




    Regular Size





    Large Size


    Plank Tiles




    Wooden Tiles Prices

    Tile Type

    Minimum Price

    Maximum Price

    Wooden Tiles Price

    Rs. 42 per sq. feet

    Rs. 126 per sq. feet

    Wooden Floor Tiles Price

    Rs. 44 per sq. feet

    Rs. 126 per sq. feet

    Wooden Wall Tiles Price

    Rs. 42 per sq. feet

    Rs. 111 per sq. feet

    Modern Wood Tile Designs Images

    With its beautiful oak wood inspired design, the DGVT Venezia Oak Wood offers your space a striking look. This glazed vitrified tile is not only durable, but can also make your room appear a lot larger than it actually is thanks to its large dimension that reduces the need for more grout lines, offering you a seamless look.

    The distinctive double herringbone pattern of the DGVT Double Herringbone Oak Wood looks like natural hardwood at first, second and even third glance. This stunning glazed vitrified tile is a great choice for large spaces, especially spaces such as living rooms, malls, showrooms, etc. When you install large tiles, such as this one, you need less tiles to cover an area. This results in a lower number of grout tiles, not only resulting in a seamless unbroken look that makes your space appear bigger, but also reduces the number of time and effort required to clean the grout lines.

    Bring home the look of natural wood with the DGVT Strips Oak Wood Multi. Its multi shade look adds a touch of rusticity to any space and works very well with the farmhouse style of design.

    Hardwood and bathrooms are in general a strict no-no, but with wooden tiles for the bathroom you can easily bring the warmth of wood to your bathroom without worries of water damage. The DGVT Hickory Wood Brown can be used to add the warmth and visual depth that wood brings to the space.

    Your outdoor spaces, such as terraces and balconies, can highly benefit from wooden tiles. Wooden tiles for balcony, such as the DGVT Cypress Wood Ash, can withstand the onslaught of the elements while maintaining its pristine look and imparting a natural touch to your space.

    Give your pool deck a natural look with wooden tiles for swimming pool. The DGVT Poplar Wenge can work well outdoors and help create an inviting ambience.

    Wooden plank tile are a very popular choice among homeowners since they replicate the look of natural hardwood to perfection. With wooden planks like the Plank Wenge you can bring home the look of authentic hardwood at a fraction of the cost.


    • 1. Which is cheaper, tiles or wood?
      • In the case of most tiles and hardwood flooring, wooden tiles cost a lot less than natural hardwood. It is not just the raw material (wooden tiles v/s wooden planks) that costs less, but the installation and the maintenance post installation is also a lot easier on the pocket when it comes to wooden tiles.

        Click here to know more about wood finish tiles prices in comparison to hardwood flooring.

    • 2. Are wooden tiles durable?
      • To put it simply, yes, wooden tiles are durable, especially when compared to hardwood floors. These tiles cannot be easily scratched, stained or marred by dirt, and will last you for a long time. This is because these tiles are manufactured using materials such as ceramic and vitrified using some of the latest technology that makes these tiles sturdy and durable.
    • 3. What are the disadvantages of wooden flooring?
      • While wooden flooring can give your space a stunning look and even help boost the value of your property, it is undeniable that hardwood flooring comes with a long list of cons. Here are some of the disadvantages of using hardwood flooring:

        1. Hardwood flooring is susceptible to damage from termites and requires regular inspection for the same.

        2. Hardwood flooring is a lot more expensive than wooden tiles.

        3. Hardwood flooring can be easily scratched and these scratches are very easily noticeable, making the floor look a lot older than it actually is. To get rid of scratches you will have to strip the finish off the floor and re-polish it often.

        4. Hardwood flooring is prone to water damage and can expand or rot due to exposure to water.

        5. Over a period of time hardwood floors tend to get squeaky and noisy.

        6. Hardwood flooring requires regular maintenance in terms of sealing, polishing and refinishing. This not only requires time and effort, but also money, increasing the overall cost associated with the floor.

    • 4. Is wooden flooring difficult to maintain?
      • While hardwood flooring is not very difficult to maintain, these floors are not low maintenance either. They need to be cleaned and inspected on a regular basis, and if you find damages you may need to seal them, polish them or refinish them as per the need and the damage.
    • 5. Is wood tile cheaper than laminate?
      • The price difference between wooden tiles and laminates will depend upon the quality of the product you choose. But, the price difference between the two becomes more apparent when you factor in the installation costs and the ROI (return on investment). While installing wooden tiles is a bit more expensive than installing laminates, the long term value wooden tiles add to your home is much higher than that of laminate. Laminate cannot be refinished or polished, so once it is damaged or has faded, you will need to replace the whole thing. On the other hand, wooden tiles are durable and long lasting. Even if a single tile gets damaged you can simply replace that tile without causing damage to the tiles around it.
    • 6. How do you clean wooden tiles?
      • Cleaning a wooden tile is easy and does not require any special treatments. Simply wipe or brush clean the surface of the tile to get rid of loose debris. Then simply clean it using the cleaner of your choice and rinse or wipe clean with plain water. Since wooden tiles have low porosity, you do not need to worry about any damage from the cleaning liquid or water penetrating into the tile.
    • 7. Does wood tile need grout?
      • Yes, wooden tiles do require grout. Most wooden tiles require a narrow grout joint measuring 1/8” or 3/16”. Without this joint the tile will not be able to adjust to the movement of the subfloor and end up cracking or breaking. It is advised to use spacers to ensure you get a proper grout joint.
    • 8. How long does wood tile flooring last?
      • If installed properly on a levelled and smooth subfloor and maintained properly, wood tile flooring can last you for years. Make sure you do not drop heavy items on the floor, sweep off debris, and clean up splashes and spills to maintain the pristine look of the tile.
    • 9. How are wooden tiles laid?
      • Laying wooden tiles is not that different from laying regular tiles. Here is how you lay wooden tiles:

        Step 1: Level Your Floor

        Use levelling tools to ensure that your subfloor is smooth and level and there aren’t any dips or peaks on your floor. These dips and peaks can make installing tiles difficult and can result in tile breakage too.

        Step 2: Mix Up Your Mortar

        Follow the package instructions to achieve the right consistency of mortar for better installation. If your consistency is off you will not achieve a strong bond.

        Step 3: Figure Out The Orientation Of The Tile

        If your tile has different faces, make sure you place the correct face, lest you may end up with a mismatched look. Tiles today come with an arrow mark at the back which makes it easier to distinguish the top from the bottom of the tile and ensure that all the tiles are placed the right way.

        Step 4: Place The Tiles

        A simple way to effectively place your tiles is to start placing them on the shorter end of the room, rather than the taller end. 

        Step 5: Use Tile Spacers

        Add tile spacers between the tiles while laying, for a more uniform look.

        Step 6: Grouting

        Add grout to the joint and scrape off the excess. Once the grout has dried, clean off the extra grout from the surface of the tile using a scraper and a moist washcloth. With wooden tiles the grout join is very narrow, but it is a very important aspect of tile installation, since without the grout joint your tiles will not be able to adjust to the subtle movement of the subfloor. This can result in tile breakage, tile lippage and an uneven surface.

        Want to know how to lay your wooden tiles in different patterns? Click here to learn more!

    Tile Visualiser - TriaLook

    Orientbell Tiles’ visualisation tool, TriaLook, is designed to simplify the process of tile buying. With this tool you can visualise the tiles of your choice in your space before buying. Simply upload a picture of your space and select the tiles you wish to view. The tool will provide you with a realistic look of how the tiles will look post installation. TriaLook can be accessed from your computer or your mobile from the comfort of your home.

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