We recently explained why gauged porcelain is our new favorite material for furniture, and now we want to share some of our favorite porcelain furniture examples from Instagram.
All of these examples showcase different designs and even types of furniture, but they have one thing in common: gauged porcelain tile panels/slabs. Intrigued? Read on.
Gauged Porcelain Kitchen Table
Your kitchen table is one of the most important pieces of furniture in your home — the place where you both begin and end your day with your loved ones — so it’s important that it be both functional and beautiful.
Gauged Porcelain Coffee Table
This living room utilizes matching designs with dark marble-look gauged porcelain for both its coffee table and fireplace-turned-feature-wall. Pairing the coffee table’s dark marble-look top with gold sides makes for a high-end and sophisticated-looking piece.
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Gauged Porcelain Kitchen Island
We love this terrazzo-look kitchen island because it’s both functional and completely one of a kind.
Often prized as an outdoor look, the terrazzo design nevertheless looks stunning on this expansive kitchen island and matching table. And because all ceramic tile is fire resistant (including gauged porcelain), the burners can be built right into the island counter.
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Gauged Porcelain Desk
This desk balances work and play with extreme durability and scratch resistance that will stand up to all-nighters and a stunning cosmic marble-look design that will make those long hours more enjoyable.
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Gauged Porcelain Bench
Unwind on a gorgeous gauged porcelain bench like this white marble-look (or Arabescato-look, to be specific) beauty. Matching the bench with the flooring, shower, and wall tile creates a minimalist design that’s easy on the eyes.
Gauged Porcelain Shelving
Gauged Porcelain Cabinetry
Gauged porcelain tile makes for a durable and easy-to-clean cabinet surface and allows you to coordinate with your kitchen flooring, countertop, and backsplash tile. We love the sheet metal-look of this gray gauged porcelain tile, as well as the peachy porcelain backsplash and flooring.
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Gauged Porcelain Booth
This example brings together multiple gauged porcelain furniture elements to create a luxury dining booth for everything from high-end cafes and restaurants to casinos. Complete with a gauged porcelain table, benches, shelf, wall, and flooring, this booth covers all the bases — or should we say surfaces?
We hope you’ve enjoyed our favorite gauged porcelain tile furniture ideas from Instagram and perhaps you’ve found a favorite or two of your own.
Visit our Pinterest board for more gauged porcelain tile design ideas, and then work with your tile installer or designer to plan a unique porcelain furniture piece of your own. Once you’re ready, visit the Porcelain Tile Certification Agency (PTCA) and Ceramic Tile Distributors Association (CTDA) sites to find a porcelain manufacturer in your area.