All properties do not have wet rooms. Bathrooms and utility areas may appear to be wet rooms, but they are not unless there is substantial waterproofing. A wet room is basically waterproofed. It is not just an area, space or room where you use water and other liquids. A kitchen is not a wet room. It can be, but most kitchens are not. Likewise, most bathrooms and utility areas are not wet rooms as per the definition. However, bathrooms and utility areas may have a certain degree of waterproofing or resistance to water. A property owner should not consider waterproofing and water resistance to be an identical feature.
Wet room tiles are a little different from ordinary floor tiles. People usually choose anti-skid tiles with enough water resistance for their bathrooms, utility areas and kitchens. However, wet room tiles are waterproofed. They do not let any water or moisture to seep through nor do they absorb any on the surface. Your kitchen floor tiles do not need to be the same as those for wet rooms or areas. This is simple because your kitchen will not be exposed to the kind of moisture and quantum of water as wet rooms. Kitchen floor tiles do not get exposed to as much water as bathrooms.
Kitchen floor tiles may be anti-skid, and most homeowners should prefer so but they need not be matte or textures for additional resistance, which is more essential in bathrooms. Kitchen floor tiles can have a glossy finish. Often, kitchens with glazed floor tiles look brighter and the ambience seems more cheerful. Matte finish may dull the ambience, especially after sunset and if there aren’t enough lights in the kitchen illuminating everything. You do not have to feel compelled to choose kitchen floor tiles that are deemed suitable for wet rooms too.