Ceramic tiles are most commonly made from red or white clay fired at a high temperature. Ceramic can be left in its natural color unglazed or have a glaze finishing. On-porcelain ceramic tiles are best used in areas with light to medium foot traffic. An example could be a master bathroom or master bedroom. Most ceramic tiles are used for durability and stain resistance. In most instances ceramic tiles require low maintenance and are easy to clean. Ceramic tile is a popular flooring choice in residential homes but can become slippery and dangerous to walk on when wet.