Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

  • Most durable wood grain foam tile available
  • Wood Grain on one side, scuff resistant tan surface on the other
  • Lead free and latex free waterproof EVA Foam
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    Light Wood Grain
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    Standard Wood Grain
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    Dark Wood Grain
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    Deep Brown Wood Grain
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    Gray Wood Grain

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  1. Most durable wood grain foam tile available
  2. Wood Grain on one side, scuff resistant tan surface on the other
  3. Lead free and latex free waterproof EVA Foam
  4. Beautiful wooden grain patterns
  5. Tight fitting interlocking design
  6. Easy to clean, easy to install, lightweight and portable
  7. Quality safe and soft cushioned floor tile
  8. Each tile includes 2 border strips

Use Types

Basement, Trade Show, Home

Interlocking wood grain foam tile flooring. Wood grain interlocking floor tiles

When seeking interlocked floorings not limited to bright colors or black rubber, our Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft. provide reversible sides of a wooden pattern and a tan shade. It will deliver amazing results in a number of different settings. These are our highest quality products, all offered at competitive prices.

An advantage of these is the soft feel they deliver. Actual hardwood or laminate features an unforgiving surface. But ours will deliver a comfortable feel.

Interlocking Foam Tiles

These interlocking wood floor tiles will look nice as a trade show booth floor or in your basement. Some customers will even use them in their kitchen or laundry room for a soft flooring.

These foam tiles have a 0.5 inch thickness (13 mm). This allows them to provide enough cushioning to transform a hard, flat surface into a cushioned and comfortable floor.



Trade Show Event Display Floor Jumbo 4x4 ft Shipping Case
Event Display Floor Jumbo 4x4 ft Shipping Case Weight: 105.00lbs $1,171.16 /tile $1,463.95
Trade Show Floor Shipping Case 2x4 ft
Trade Show Floor Shipping Case 2x4 ft Weight: 40.00lbs $295.34 /tile $369.17
Trade Show Jumbo 4x4 ft Case with Casters
Trade Show Jumbo 4x4 ft Case with Casters Weight: 105.00lbs $1,206.80 /tile $1,508.51


Product Questions:

Q: Can this be used in a karate room for high impact exercises?
A: For karate, please see our martial arts mats page. I would recommend at least 7/8 inch thickness, we have many options for home and professional use. The wood grain reversible could be used for small kids, however the surface texture is not as durable as our other martial arts flooring tile options.
Q: Can these be put on carpet? I'm a personal trainer and will be putting equipment on the mats.
A: The foam tiles should be installed on a hard flat surface. They may bow or bend when installed on carpeting and used with exercise equipment, depending on the weight of the equipment. You may be better off with an interlocking rubber tile.
Q: How do these hold up to kids - moving chairs, toy cars etc- and animals?
A: The non-wood grain side is more durable, the wood grain side may scratch from moving chairs or similar.
Q: How can I see exactly what materials are used in this? My kids would be laying on it so want to ensure safety of materials.
A: This tile made from PE and EVA foam.
Q: Can they be used outdoor/on a porch/deck/pergola?
A: No this tile is only rated for indoor use, exterior conditions will distort EVA foam tiles.
Q: What tool is recommended for cutting these foam times?
A: Use a sharp utility knife to cut these EVA foam tiles. You can find installation and cutting instructions for foam tiles in our Knowledge Base.
Q: Does the 2' x 2' dimensions of this foam tile INCLUDE or EXCLUDE the accompanying border strip?
A: The 2x2 ft size is average, and would not include the border strips, after interlocking the tiles together, each tile will loose .375 inches from 24 inches.
Q: Yes, I would like to leave the flooring with the foam side up for days when children come over to play in the playroom. Would that be ok? or would it hurt the panels?
A: These tiles can be used either side up anytime, they are designed as a reversible flooring tile. The non-wood side is more durable.
Q: Can I use this product in the bathroom?
A: Yes this can be used in the bathroom. The tiles are waterproof, its a closed cell EVA/PE foam material. Keep in mind, however, that water may work it's way through at the seams and become trapped beneath the tiles. So you may need to periodically, lift the foam tiles and allow for air drying. For more soft bathroom flooring ideas, please visit this blog from our Knowledge Base on cushioned bathroom flooring.
Q: Would you use the tiles in a laundry room, with the washer and dryer on top of them?
A: The foam tiles are too soft to support the machines. I would use rubber under the weight of those machines.
Q: I have already purchased the titles for my garage - gym. Do I need an underlay for moisture and insulation and if so, what kind?
A: These can be installed directly onto the concrete, you dont require an underlayment. The foam tiles are not suitable for parking the car on top of.
Q: Can you put a pool table on it
A: You can but the table will crush the foam tiles, to reduce this somewhat, place a coaster under the feet of the table in order to disperse the weight.
Q: How does this handle furniture like futons loveseat and end tables
A: This is a soft foam tile and is not designed to take the weight of furniture. You may be able to put plastic coasters under the feet of the furniture in order to disperse the weight.
Q: Can you paint the tiles?
A: We dont have experience with this.
Q: Does this flooring come with a case w/ wheels for transport?
A: We have trade show cases on the trade show category page.
Q: How many pieces does each quantity come with
A: Each qty is one tile and covers 4 SF as the tile is 2x2 ft in size.
Q: Can i use it for kids Basketball Court?
A: Not recommended, this foam tile is way to soft, you need a hard plastic snap together tile, such as our court tile.
Q: My wife would like to use these in her (part-time) art teaching studio. How many times can you re-install them before the locks wear out How difficult is the non-wood grain side to clean paints from
A: This depends on the paint type, that is a hard question to answer, if the tiles are gently installed they will last a long while.
Q: Can these be put on top of a heated concrete floor?
A: Foam tiles are completely safe to use over in-floor heating systems. However, foam does provide a layer of insulation between the floor and the room, so it may block a small amount of heat from escaping the floor. Further, foam tiles can expand with changes in heat and humidity. Specialty flooring leaders at Greatmats.com suggest it's best to allow foam tiles to acclimate to a room before installing. It's also smart to allow for a small gap between tiles and wall when executing wall-to-wall installations.
Q: Hi We just got our foam tile floor in over a concrete basement floor and a couple hours later noticed small holes the size about that a pen or pencil might make in several of the tiles. The only activity in that room was our dog who weighs about 60 lbs had been sleeping on the floor. All we can think of is one of his claws made them but my wife just trimmed him the nite before. We have a date with the groomer to clip him on Monday but have 2 questions: 1 Will we need to watch him all the time in the future so this doesnt reoccur and 2 Do you have any idea of something that would seal the holes. Our dog is 5+ yrs old very easy going and does not chew on furniture or materials. He is a Brittany Spaniel. Thanx for your help we love the floor. Bob Gile Gordon WI
A: Foam tiles are susceptible to damage with dogs, long claws or short. You could try a contact cement to fill holes.
Q: Does this come with beveled edges? I am worrying about it being a trip hazard.
A: These mats come with two detachable, straight border strip. They do not have beveled edges.
Q: I am thinking about this flooring for a home gym room including treadmill, spin bike etc. how will it hold up with this equipment? If I put down rubber mats between equipment and flooring will it hold up?
A: We do not recommend placing your exercise equipment directly over these foam mats. You may use a rubber mat to help disperse the weight of the equipment.
Q: Does this product have a smell? Is there any off-gassing? Can I use this to protect the floor for a punching bag stand? I plan to use it in the house.
A: This flooring is not designed for sport or athletic surfaces, the material is EVA foam and does have some light smell.
Q: Is this safe to place on top of wood flooring? Will it damage or stain the wood flooring over time?
A: Interlocking foam tiles will act as a moisture barrier and may discolor the polyurethane on a hardwood flooring surface. Install craft paper first to avoid this. The discoloring will normally dissipate after the foam is removed.
Q: Im wondering if these tiles will ho ok under a 750-800 lb. Pool table. Also how they hold up to animals nails? Example- great dane traffic?
A: A heavy pool table will cause indents in the foam flooring. We recommend using furniture coasters under the feet to help reduce the indentation. Cat and dog nails will scratch and puncture this flooring, causing cosmetic damage.
Q: what are the size of the tiles
A: These tiles measure 2' x 2' and are 1/2'' thick
Q: I would like to purchase 1 tile of ea to color match
A: Please call 877-822-6622 to speak to a representative who will be able to assist with placing an order.
Q: Is the wood grain surface smooth or does it still have a level of grip? Like the appearance of the grain, but still want the benefit of the foam for trick training of dogs.
A: The wood grain surface is not as durable as some of our other products and could easily be damaged by a dogs nails. Please reach out to us at 877-822-6622 for recommendations of products more suited for your application.
Q: Hi, can you adhere these tiles to a wall? And if so how? Is it possible to receive a sample?
A: We have had customers adhere EVA foam tiles to walls. We do not recommend any particular adhesives for this, but it is common for the tiles to be screwed to sheet rock walls.
Q: I will be using these in a bathroom, are these tiles anti bacterial / fungal? Being wet I am sure growth could occur.
A: They are non absorbent but not anti bacterial or anti fungal. Be aware that water can get under the tiles and if it does, the water can become trapped. You'll want to periodically check under the tiles to make sure no moisture is trapped. If it is, allow it to dry underneath and then re-install the tiles.
Q: Can they be used in a bedroom, with sliders on furniture? Is there a floor prep when installing on cement floors? Thank you for your help.
A: This is a soft foam tile and is not designed to take the weight of furniture. You may be able to put plastic coasters under the feet of the furniture in order to disperse the weight. The tiles can be placed directly over cement floors.
Q: Can I get a beveled edge with these tiles
A: These mats come with two detachable, straight edged border strips. Beveled edges are currently not available for this product.
Q: Can you place one tile offset from the others so that its center is at the edges of two other tiles?
A: The interlocks on these tiles will not allow for this type of installation.
Q: Is there a sample or anywhere to feel the texture? I’m looking for something soft (unlike tile) and textured.
A: We would be happy to send you a free sample of this product. This request can either be made on the product page of our website or by calling 877-822-6622.


SKU# WoodGrainRev
In Stock Yes
Product Type Tile
Material Type Foam
Product Edging Interlocking
Thickness 1/2 inch
Width 2.00 feet
Length 2.00 feet
SF per Item 4.00
Weight 1.20 lbs
Packaging Cartons
Number of Pieces per Package Type 15
Non Absorbent Yes
Special Adhesives No
Universal Interlock No
Interlock Loss 0.03 feet
Kid Safe Yes
Material Hardness Shore C 35
Interlocking Connections Yes
Made In Taiwan
Surface Finish Micro Bubble, thatch
Surface Design Wood grain, solid color
Installation Method Interlocking, dry lay
UV Treated No
Reversible Yes
Border Strips Included Yes
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year limited




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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

We LOVE our greatmats!!! We had the carpet tiles in the past and after 9 years 2 kids and a total of 5 animals, it was time to replace them. We've had so many compliments on this floor! Our friends commented on how they expected the floor to be hard or cold and were so surprised when they stepped on it! It looks amazing, and helps keep our floors warm. We've had for about a month now, and so far so good. We placed slides under all the heavy furniture to prevent any tearing and limit the indentations.

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

Wanted to thank you for an awesome product. Very high quality tiles. Great looking and easy to install.
Will definitely be ordering again for future projects.
Attached is a photo of our new family room!

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

These are perfect ! Really changed our old basement into something comfortable and useable.

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

The dark wood grain matches our wood floor! It feels so good to walk, play on or even nap on. Installation was easy.

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

Great product, I have it in my studio and have loved the waterproofing on these, they clean off so easy! They are super comfortable to walk on and add some nice insulation to the room too. Really my only complaint would be the effect a lot of direct light does, bowing them slightly - but they return back to their regular flat shape when they start to cool - honestly not an issue.
Wood grain looks great too, love the medium wood color!

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

I wholesale cork fashion accessories at trade shows in the fashion industry. I was looking to enhance the image of my booth and make the customer experience more enjoyable with a comfortable area to stand while conducting business. I was looking for foam or rubber in a wood grain that could be easily transported and install that would accentuate my products. The solution from Greatmats was perfect.

They were very helpful when I called them and their product is perfect. So easy to install and transport. And it looks great in my booth. I have found this product to be superior to others that I have seen in use. It is more dense and will hold up better than the cheaper brands.

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible 1/2 Inch x 2x2 Ft.

Has been a month since I did a ~200sqft bedroom with the 1/2-thick 2x2ft standard woodgrain foam tiles... and all seems good.

Cushioning is as hoped, and durability is good... appearance is pretty amazing, for foam tiles; you would not notice the floor as different from hardwood - until you look closely for the puzzle-edge seams, or step on it (then people are amazed that it's foam).

A few notes maybe helpful:

1) YOU CAN COLOR-MATCH: If you really want a ''seamless'' appearance (and want to spend the time) - You can usually dig through the box, as you're assembling... testing tiles and spinning them around 180-deg... until you find a very camouflaged ''color match'' (so the wood grain from ONE tile matches and aligns with the individual grains on the neighboring tile). Sometimes you can even find the piece that appears to have been cut from its neighbor, during manufacturing of the tiles (and in those cases; the puzzle-edge virtually disappears).

2) PRE-FLATTEN: There may be a very slight ''bow'' to the tile when shipped; lifting the puzzle-edges up. In those cases, you can usually pre-bend or store the tile so the bow goes the other way (keeping the puzzle-edges down, vs. lifted)... and that helps the assembly hide the puzzle edges.

3) TEMPERATURE CONTROL: I know the instructions say to leave a small (~1/8-1/4'') gap around the perimeter of the tile assembly... to allow for temperature and humidity expansion of the entire foam floor, without bowing tiles up. But (in my opinion): If you're installing in a temperature-controlled room (i.e., air conditioning... staying between ~70-80F)... vs. large, uncontrolled temperature swings (like 30F in winter and 100F in summer)... you can probably get away with ''snug'' fitting the edges of the tiles against the wall. This gently-forced fit of the tile panels also helps keep the puzzle-edge gaps snuggly closed against each other - further helping hide the seams (and there's enough flexibility in the tile to handle this tiny amount of compression - without bowing up). (And: If you're placing anything heavy on the floor - such as a dresser, night stand, etc. - that weight becomes an ''anchor'' on that spot of the tile flooring, anyway... so it can't expand... so it can't use the wall gap... so... you might as well close that gap, anyway).

4) DURABILITY: As a test, I intentionally made some ugly scars in a test tile, and force-raised the puzzle seam - then vacuumed over that area for several minutes with the vacuum beaters ON... essentially did about 5 years of vacuuming on this one spot... to see if it would survive without delaminating. By the end, I couldn't even see a difference in the top laminate, vs. before the test. So, I (personally) think the tiles do fine with light vacuuming.

5) WALL GAPS: ''shims'' can be made from the tiles - to press into minor, erroneous wall gaps (~1/4 inch or so) - by slicing off slivers from scrap tiles. While not perfect - this match of color will remove the visual gap to the base floor (and also prevent collection of dirt and dust in that gap).

6) FINISHING TRIM: The foam assembly worked well with addition of typical floor edge molding (''quarter round''; some of which are available as stick-on vinyl, now)... and transition/threshold trim (i.e., metal or wood ramp pieces, to transition between the foam tiles and neighboring carpet/tile/etc.). So, if you really prefer a professional ''finished'' look; those trim options (even temporary) work.

7) TOOLS: While people have different preferences and methods of straight edges, markers, measuring, etc... The only thing I'd suggest is; have a few blades. The razor-blade/box-cutter method is the best (scissors squish the tile, so edges are distorted), but... every 20 linear feet or so, of cutting tiles (~10 tiles) - the blade begins getting dull, so it starts to distort and warp a difficult cut. So, plan to change out blades every ~10-20 tiles or so.

8) LAYOUT: If you have a dominating traffic pattern (such as an entranceway which passes straight to another)... you may want to pre-line-up full tile panels, first, along that path. This means foot traffic will primarily only pass over the lateral seams (as the longitudinal seams are offset; to the left and right of the foot traffic). This may mean you end up having to cut more tiles (i.e., to now make manually-cut edges - along BOTH lateral walls - when the final tiles eventually reach the wall), but... the tiles are inexpensive, and this extra effort upfront may end up making the flooring last longer (as the primary foot traffic no longer catches - or sees - as many puzzle-edges).

9) FOOTERS and ''SLIDERS'': While heavy furniture did well moving across the floor with commercial ''sliders'' (the cloth-covered plates that fit under furniture legs, to allow pushing around)... the final placement of heavy furniture may benefit from using spare tiles - themselves - as the final footers and sliders. The matching color of the spare tiles, cut to the size of the feet on the furniture; not only helps disperse the weight of each leg (reducing the crushing of the base foam tile), but also camouflages with the rest of the floor, and still allows some minor sliding during furniture adjustment and cleaning.

10) PLAN FOR SPARES, on TRICKY TURNS: If you've got a really tricky nook (like: Deep in a closet, with installed footers for the shelving - or other complex counter edges, irregular corners, etc.) - where you may have to make 6-8 cuts on ONE TILE, to fit around the various structures; just plan on the first tile being scrap. Cut it to the best fit you can on the first try... then install... and see where the gaps or interferences are... then measure and mark those errors... then pull that ''beta tile'' out... and use that as a template to cut the FINAL tile.

Overall: Kaitlyn at GreatMats was VERY helpful; gave ideal samples beforehand, helped assure the shop was getting the tiles on the truck at the right time, set up the account, did quotes... pretty much from beginning to end; Kaitlyn made it all work.

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