Honey Herringbone Wood-Look Tile Floor

Capture a stunning wood-look pattern in your home with ceramic tile. This room shows off a honey-colored herringbone wood-look ceramic tile floor that makes all other decor secondary. This pristine look is also easy to maintain with ceramic tile’s resistance to scuffs, dents, stains, and scratches.

Ceramic Tile Wall With a Tree Design

When you want to have a visually stunning design that customers see when they enter your hotel, restaurant, or place of business, nothing fits the bill quite like tile. Each piece of this ceramic tile looks like it’s a part of a tree, with complex rings that vary in sizes. This earthy texture provides a…

Tile Wall With Wavy Grooves

Don’t let your conference room look like any other conference room. Instead, use tile to add a dimension, making it a room that people can be comfortable in (not fall asleep). The feature wall in this conference room uses a tile pattern that has wavy grooves, adding depth and texture to what could have been…

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…

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Team up the trending modern farmhouse style and the simplicity of new industrial home design with a wood-face ceramic tile. The high contrast grain texture of this tile makes whites pop while welcoming accent colors from light wood shades to sleek black-blacks. More durable and versatile than wood flooring, ceramic style can be used in…

Cheerful Starred Bathroom Tile Flooring

Star gazing just took on a whole new meaning. It’s a vintage vibe using the latest in manufacturing technology — these simple square tiles form a mosaic pattern based on how the installer arranges them. Any simple decor lets this cheerful pattern shine through as the star attraction or build upon the design motif for…

All-Over Wood-Look Ceramic Tile Office

All together now — “Impressive!” Ceramic tiles are excellent for offices that want to avoid the drab carpet look. In this office, wood-look ceramic tiles are used on the floor and back wall, all combined with the wooden furniture to give an all-wood look to the room. The styles of the wall and floor tiles…

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That cool new place downtown transforms from a hot lunch spot to a hot date meet-up seemingly without effort. Perhaps it’s the chameleon quality of this charcoal industrial look ceramic tile. By day, it’s cool and unassuming. By night, it’s sultry and romantic. Whatever time of day, this tile is built to serve up an…

Ivory Tile Backsplash and Natural Stone-Look Flooring

Ceramic tile takes center stage in this show-stopping kitchen. The neutral tones of the cabinetry play supporting roles to the ivory tile backsplash and natural stone look of the ceramic tile flooring. Every meal and social gathering is sure to get a standing ovation from this beautiful kitchen primed for repeat performances.

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All signs point to success in this open-concept home. The herringbone pattern of the green/grey stone look ceramic tile is echoed by the angular sectional. Crisp lines and bright light put an emphasis on efficiency, and nothing says efficiency like tile flooring. Ceramic tile keeps its good looks for a lifetime because of its scratch-resistant…

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Drift into this cafe and note the floor pattern . . . a purposeful use of ceramic tile’s size and shape options. In this case, a trio of weathered wood look ceramic planks is laid in a strip alternating with large format tile to create an unparalleled design. This beautiful example of a designer’s vision…

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White hexagon tile has been a popular choice for bathroom floors since the Victorian era. This bathroom harkens back to a vintage era by incorporating a pedestal tub, antique mirror, and black accents that all contribute to the esthetic. The marble look of the hexagon flooring and the shower’s large tile walls share an elegance…

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Sleek shiplap might seem like an oxymoron but here it is—the look of weathered wood with a finish that’s a sophisticated modern emphasis. Combine trending grey shades with black, white, and neutrals. Okay, it goes with any color, including bold hues. Rescue your shiplap love from looking shipwrecked using the durability of ceramic tile to…

Terrazzo-Fashioned Ceramic Tile

Deep breath. You just love the look of this terrazzo-fashioned ceramic tile. Clean, bold, and modern, without a weed in sight. Shadows play. You play without worries as this ceramic tile is dutiful and beautiful through the weather extremes of heat to frost.

Running Bond Stone-Look Kitchen Floor Tile

Big, bright, and beautiful are duly accented by this charcoal stone-look floor laid in a running bond pattern. And yes, we can envision running through this kitchen (or maybe riding a big wheel), but being stopped by its brilliance. Notice how the natural textures and subtle colors of the room have beautifully amplified the view,…

Contrasting Bathroom Tile

Breaking up isn’t so hard to do — simply add a contrasting size and/or color from the many ceramic tile options and you’ve broken up a monochromatic decor, yet retained all the advantages of ceramic tile. Besides, the strength of ceramic tile coupled with resistance to water and mold/mildew means your relationship will last for…