Whether you use floral tile or a geometric tile with multiple colors or you combine colors of tile to achieve a multicolor installation, ceramic tile offers you the versatility of size, shape, and style to choose the design that uniquely expresses your vision.

Mediterranean influences find their way into many multicolored tiles, including “Spanish-modern,” boho, farmhouse, and hygge decor trends. Also look for these styles to add whimsy to designs for children, sophistication to outdoor areas, and impact to areas both large and small. (Want to try a multicolored tile you think is daring? Explore the fun in a half-bath or laundry room!)

Backsplash and feature walls benefit from the creative flair a multicolored tile can bring to a space. See our examples below and many more on our Pinterest board.

Bathroom Tile Wall With a Linen Look and Texture

Linen is one of the oldest textiles in the world and has been used historically for its strength and fresh feel, as well as for having a unique texture and aesthetic. Manufacturers are bringing you these benefits in a new and exciting way: ceramic tile with a linen texture. Rectangular tiles visually widen this wall,…

Unique Patterned Tile Backsplash

Now this is what we call a master bath, equipped with a curbless shower, a wraparound floating gauged porcelain tile counter, a unique backsplash design, and ceramic tile throughout in coordinating styles and shapes.

Ceramic Features For Any Space

Now, this is what we call a feature wall — irregular hexagon ceramic tiles in grayscale hues with sporadic groupings. A ceramic tile design this interesting is an architectural feature and custom artwork.

This Nook Has Got The Look

This nook and bar front has a unique look thanks to the end-cut wood grain of these square tiles set in a diamond pattern. The design of the ceramic tiles washed with luscious red is offset by a zig-zag installation of cream in the same tile style.