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So, which is better: vitrified or ceramic tiles?In the end, I used both kinds. You don’t have to pick one over the other; use a combination of the two types, depending on the place and the look needed. Vitrified tiles work well for flooring; however, for a little more character and colour and to balance out the slightly industrial, man-made look of vitrified tiles, use ceramic. I’d recommend using vitrified tiles for high-traffic areas (the living room, bedroom) and the outdoors; ceramic for the kitchen, bathroom and stairs. However, there are no hard and fast rules – the deciding factor would be the overall look you are trying to create. Read more: Tile Guide: Where to Use Which Tile TypeWhich Tiles Are Perfect for Indian Floors?Tile Talk: An Alphabetical Guide to Tile TermsTell us: What is your take on the vitrified vs ceramic tile debate? Do share your thoughts in the Comments section.