Neutral, and naturally stunning — gray makes an understated impact with a clean look and versatile role in any decor. You’ll discover many gray ceramic tile options, making it BIG by providing timeless traditional beauty in minimalist, farmhouse, and industrial chic decor trends.

Ceramic tile’s looks in natural stone, marble, and wood are ideal for producing gorgeous gray surfaces in just the look you are after with all the advantages of easy-to-clean and maintain ceramic tile.

Here are some stunning looks that show off gray ceramic tile’s masterful flair. Find even more examples on our Grays are GREAT! Pinterest board.

Gray and Blue Herringbone Kitchen Backsplash

The strategic use of color can bring life to a any space. Grays and blues of various shades are perfect complements to white kitchens. This kitchen uses the popular herringbone pattern for the backsplash, fitting comfortably around the cabinetry. Not only is ceramic tile an excellent choice for the kitchen because of its water-resistance, but…

Stone-Look Master Bedroom Flooring

When it comes to choosing a master bedroom flooring material, ceramic tile offers a few clear benefits over other materials. Ceramic tile is resistant to scuffs and scratches, so heavy wooden and metal furniture isn’t going to damage the floor. Also, ceramic tile is incredibly easy to maintain, so you won’t need to clean the…

White and Gray Staggered Hexagon Wall Tile

Tile doesn’t just add a nice design to a normal wall — ceramic tile has depth, and that adds an extra dimension. On this wall, white and gray hexagonal ceramic tiles make a clean design on the wall, but things get interesting where the tile ends. Instead of running tile up the entire wall, the…

Contemporary Geometric Bathroom Tile

An excellent feature of tile is the way different shapes can combine to form a beautiful design. In this bathroom, a combination of hexagon and rhombus tiles form a geometric background to the sink and mirror, drawing the eyes to the middle of the room. Ceramic tile is water-resistant and comes in slip-resistant options, making…

Contemporary Geometric Tile

While tile can come in complex shapes that demand your attention, the simple square shape of most tiles still remains popular. Uniform shapes and patterns are a hallmark of many modern designs, one reason why square tiles are in this room. The geometric artwork on the wall says it all — this is a room…

Gray and White Hexagon Tile Backsplash

Ceramic tile patterns have been around for hundreds of years, ranging from simple designs to complex mosaics. Even something as simple as hexagons add depth to what would otherwise be a normal kitchen. Ceramic tile has always been a popular option for backsplashes, and adding a little flare with a design gives your kitchen more…

Concrete-Look Wall Tiles

Textured to represent concrete or clay, these gray tiles shine brightly when the light hits, revealing every groove and line in the material. Even though the color is relatively neutral, the design is useful for projecting natural light further into rooms. The horizontal grooves also project length, making areas seem wider than they actually are.…

Bathroom Feature Wall With Ceramic Tile in an Arrow Pattern

Because bathrooms are wet and humid by nature, tile is often used to protect the walls and floor (and also add a wallop of style and character). The goal with many modern bathrooms is to allow natural light in without allowing much visibility of the room from outside. Ceramic tile patterns, like the one on…

Modern Hexagon Floor Tiles and Tile Wall Panels

Get that perfect modern look in your home with tile. Ceramic tile is highly customizable and versatile, making it an ideal material for floors and walls. The ceramic flooring in this room is a combination of black and white tiles with the white accentuating the black hexagons. Because tile is a durable material, the metal…

Gray Tile Flooring in a Lab

Design begins on a molecular level, harnessing energy, force, space and time. Taking inspiration from natural science, this tile opens designers to a universe of porcelain in a look that captures the relationship between matter and motion.

Gray Slate-Look Ceramic Tile Floor

There’s no better material to use in your cafe than ceramic tile. Tile is water-resistant so the inevitable spill won’t cause any damage to the floor and can be cleaned with ease. This popular spot is also prone to heavy foot traffic, and ceramic tile is resistant to scuffs, dents, scratches, and stains, unlike some…

White and Gray Textured Herringbone Tile

Say goodbye to boring, allergy-inducing lobby carpet — ceramic tile is the new go-to option. This alternating white and gray herringbone pattern is much more interesting, and even has a carpet-like texture. Unlike carpet, however, tile has an impervious, fire-hardened surface that won’t trap allergens or bacteria, stain, get water damage, or give off smoke…

Redbird Restaurant’s Ebony Ceramic Tile Floor

Housed in the rectory of a 19th century cathedral, this restaurant retains much of the vibe of its former self. Ceramic tile flooring in ebony gives the otherwise ethereal space a grounded feeling. Ceramic tile is inherently strong and durable, with a finish that can survive many years of foot traffic. The fire-hardened surface is…

Charcoal Wood-Look Tile

Earthy charcoal colors blend with contemporary grays to bring you a flooring choice that makes the fusion of mid-century American decor and Victorian architecture a stroke of genius. Smartly choosing heat-resistant ceramic tile around a fireplace makes your home as safe as it is stylish. Use this neutral palette to accent with your favorite bold…

Stormy Gray Marble-Look Tile

Have you ever seen such a bold statement made so simply? This large, gray, rectangular, marble-look tile takes your breath like a storm the second you step over the room’s threshold, and looking away proves challenging. Such beautiful flooring makes simple furnishings and other decor look high-end. It won’t take long to decide that this…

Industrial Chic Concrete-Look Tile Flooring

A unique brand demands a complimentary retail space. Translating the energy and emotion of a built brand into tangible surfaces rests squarely on the largest surface: the flooring. Ceramic tile offers a vast array of design options—including texture—soft or hard, linen, stone, wood, and more. The consistency yet versatility of ceramic tile gives designers confidence…

Pool Tile

You relax in the sun at the edge of the pool — or are you at the beach? The texture and colors of the tile surrounding you have you transported — you can almost hear the waves. Let the blues of the pool tile mesmerize you. Even the large rectangular tile panels on the patio…

Minimalistic Ceramic Tile Slabs in Concrete Gray

This room is minimalism at its finest. Two colors dominate the space’s palette — white and concrete gray — with the bright yellow chairs and kettle providing the perfect pop of color. The large ceramic tile slabs give the impression that the flooring is all one piece. Indeed, the flooring does continue right out the…

Oxidized Metal-Look Tile Office Flooring

There’s a storm coming, a brainstorm, that is. That’s okay, ceramic tile can take all you can throw at it. Durable under heavy foot traffic, ceramic tile is scratch, dent, heat, moisture, and bacteria resistant. When ideas call for a new plan, ceramic tile has you covered (meant that). There will be no worries about…

Cement-Look Tile for a Store’s Flooring

This store’s design leads you with a clever layout of large panel cement-look ceramic tiles. The diagonal pattern directs you to products where black industrial finished ceramic tiles take over to blanket the walls. It’s a rugged look with earth tones accenting both styles of tile. Ceramic tile resists, scratches, dents, and dirt, so will…