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.

Luxurious and Hypoallergenic

Easy to clean and hypoallergenic, wood-look ceramic tile is a great choice for bedrooms. And, not to go unnoticed, this luxurious silver-gray wood-look ceramic tile is a color choice that makes this room.

Mismatched Patterned Kitchen Tile Backsplash

What’s the best way to wow your visitors? By showing them something they’ve never seen before. This stunning backsplash took a design, implemented it over multiple pieces of ceramic tile, then cleverly rearranged them to create something unique to this particular home owner. The colors and patterns on the tile have an antique quality to…

Close-up of a white patterned kitchen backsplash

Patterned Cement-Look Kitchen Tile Backsplash

While many pieces of ceramic tile serve as part of a larger tile design, individual tiles can be beautiful all on their own. These ceramic tiles have intricate designs, and any piece of tile could look great independently. Combined, these tiles create a fresh backsplash that welcomes anyone into the kitchen! Tile can be cut…

Modern Herringbone and Grid Bathroom Tile

How do you decorate large, open-concept bathrooms? When you use ceramic tile, you barely have to. The white and blue tiles on the walls provide the style direction. Blue is perfect for bathrooms for its calming nature. Combined with the white tile and organized in the herringbone pattern, this tile is reminiscent of East Coast…

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…

Dark Kitchen Backsplash With an Irregular Pattern

Why have an ordinary tile backsplash in your kitchen when you can do something that expresses your individual style? Ceramic tile is available in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes so you can implement nearly any design that you can imagine. This stunning kitchen takes the backsplash to a whole new level, using…

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…

Bamboo-Look Mosaic Tile Fireplace Surround

Humans are drawn to nature, whether that be through plants, the painting of the landscape on the wall, or the tile that surrounds the fireplace. The tile in this room, aptly referred to as bamboo garden, projects the growing, winding nature of plants such as bamboo.

Bamboo-Look Mosaic Tile Feature Wall

Crisp angles are the first thing that people may notice about this tile feature wall. These tile pieces use their edges and varying colors to create an ensemble of greens with splashes of gray and brown. The colors used on this tile wall work well with earth toned decor, some of which can be seen…

Textured Mosaic Tile in Earth Tones

A tile design such as this has a life of its own, and you can imagine running your fingers over and feeling the texture for yourself. This design uses smaller pieces of tile, but larger pieces of tile can create similarly stunning installations.

Green and Brown Textured Mosaic Tile Feature Wall

Theming a room is tough, especially if you can’t find the right materials to complement your decor style. In this case, the theme of the room is nature, which benefits from a combination of greens and browns. These different shades of green and brown resemble the growth you’d see in a forest. The wall also…