Decorative tile demand in the US is expected to grow over three percent per year through 2020, according to Freedonia analysts. Rising building construction spending and interest in bathroom and kitchen renovation projects will contribute to demand growth.
6 Materials Discussed in Depth
There are several different types of decorative tile, each with different performance attributes. Ceramic is the leading type but other higher value products, such as porcelain and stone, are expected to register faster growth.
Flooring Application Dominates Sales
Flooring accounted for 87 percent of decorative tile sales in 2015. Through 2020, growth will be boosted by increased homeowner interest in tile flooring in kitchens, bathrooms, and dining rooms. Decorative tile flooring demand growth is expected in the nonresidential market as well because of its durability and low maintenance requirements.
Imports Play a Key Role
Imports make up the vast majority of US decorative tile demand in terms of square feet. However, there are large US companies that provide much of the higher value domestic decorative tile demand. Leading companies include Corporacion Roca, Crossville, Dal-Tile, Florida Tile, Florim USA, Lamosa USA, Interceramic, Iris Ceramics US, and Shaw Industries.
Scope of the Report
This study covers the cope, size, and growth of the US decorative tile industry. Demand is provided in dollars and square feet by product type, application, and market. Historical data are provided for 2005, 2010, and 2015, with forecasts to 2020 and 2025. Also included is an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
Decorative tile product types covered in this study include:
Applications analyzed in this study include:
Markets covered in this study include:
Residential (New and Replacement, by Room & Housing Type)
Nonresidential (New and Replacement) by Building Type
Office & Commercial
Non-building & Transportation