Both porcelain and ceramic tiles have their merits, and the choice between the two depends on various factors, including personal preferences and specific requirements

Ceramic is softer, more porous, and less dense than porcelain, making it easier to cut into tiles. On the other hand, porcelain is made from a more refined clay, making it less porous, more resistant to water and humidity, and less susceptible to scratching and chipping.

Porcelain tiles are superior for bathroom floors due to their higher water resistance and durability compared to ceramic tiles. They are less likely to absorb moisture, making them suitable for high-moisture areas. Both options offer various designs and long-lasting enjoyment. Consider your budget and design preferences when choosing between them.