Brick tiles are one of the most popular types of flooring for those looking to add a little bit of style and history to their home. These tiles offer three different classes: American Brick, European Brick, and Antique Brick. Let’s take a look at each type:

American Brick

These bricks have rectangular shapes and smooth edges with wide mortar joints between them. They’re usually about 4″ x 8″. Because of their uniformity, these tiles are great for creating patterns across the floor.

European Brick

Also called “Flemish-bond brick,” these types have a herringbone pattern with one long side and one short side (this is also sometimes called Dutch Brick). They usually measure about 12″ x 15″. Like American tiles, European tiles are also great for creating a pattern across the floor.

Antique Brick

Finally, these tiles has been around since before American and European Brick was popular in their respective styles. These have rounded edges with wide mortar joints between them. They’re usually about 12″ x 18″. Because of this irregularity in shape, these tiles are often used for both floor and wall tile.

To conclude, brick tiles provide homeowners with a broad range of opportunities to make their home more unique or, in some cases, even increase its value. This type of flooring is prevalent in the United States due to its various aesthetic appeal. It can be purchased in numerous colors.