Both are made of clay and fired, but porcelain’s content also includes sand and sometimes glass. It’s also fired at higher temperatures. As a result, it’s heavier, denser, and waterproof whether or not it’s glazed and a little more resistant to frost, scratches, and spills.
It's usually seen in kitchens and bathrooms because they are both busy areas.
Porcelain stone tiles are a terrific alternative to natural stone. They are affordable, non-porous and hard.
That’s not all, however, porcelain can be made to look like anything, including leather and wood, both of which are expected to be hot trends in 2020.
Ceramic is tough, too, but its thinner and, when glazed, is completely waterproof. The glazing gives it that tough outer shell. It’s not common, but if one does crack, you just replace the broken piece andnot the entire flooring.
Highly decorative, you'll see it not only on floors but also on walls and backsplashes and as borders and art. It comes in an almost limitless number of colors, patterns, designs, shapes, and sizes and is only appropriate for inside use.