Tile may be the only flooring material that truly works in any room of the house. It's most often used in kitchens and bathrooms as well as foyers, mudrooms, and other high-traffic areas. But many homes, especially in warm climates, use tile to great effect in living areas and bedrooms, too. In other words, you really can't go wrong with tile.
Water Resistance: Tiles have a protective top layer that makes the tiles impervious to water and most stains, making them naturally resistant to high humidity and water. This is the main reason why tile is preferred for wet areas like bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms.
Durability: Tile is one of the most durable products you can get. It is extremely tough and hard to crack, and if one does crack, the process of replacing a tile is relatively simple.
Easy Maintenance: Tile is fairly easy to care for. Dirt, stains, and liquids all rest on the surface, allowing you to easily wipe or mop them away. Regular maintenance consists of sweeping or vacuuming to keep the floor free of dirt and loose debris. If set-in stains do occur, you can use most heavy duty cleaners without having to worry about damaging the material.
Design: Modern manufacturing techniques allow tile materials that can be printed in numerous ways. Solid tiles can be mixed-and-matched in patterns or accented with custom designs. They can also be printed to reproduce the look of many hardwoods and natural stones. And also come in many different shapes and sizes.