Porcelain and ceramic are a great choice for a sleek, polished aesthetic. If you like a very smooth look, ceramic or porcelain is the way to go! Now, how do you decide between them?
Ceramic tiles are thin slabs of clay or other materials, hardened by oven firing and usually coated with some type of glaze. Ceramic is best known for its durability. It's easy to clean and doesn't harbor germs (which makes it great for kitchens and bathrooms).
Porcelain is a subtype of ceramic tile. Porcelain is denser than ceramic which means that it has a lower absorption rate. It is also frost resistant and incredibly durable.