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Achieve flooring with design character like no other with this rustic light wood-look ceramic tile. Want to use the same flooring in every room of your home? Ceramic tile is the answer.
This floral ceramic tile bathroom flooring creates a beautiful atmosphere for soaking in the tub. It’s easy to decorate (or not) around feature tile such as this. Keep it simple and let the flooring be a main attraction.
Who said your mud room has to be drab? The clever use of marble-look ceramic tiles in different shapes (hexagons and squares) but in the same style ensure that this mud room is anything but.
Want that rustic look without the maintenance concerns of older materials? Ceramic tile can achieve any look you want while also providing stain, scratch, and water resistance.
Combining traditional design elements such as brick and wood with oxidized metal-look ceramic tile flooring creates interesting visual contrast, making for a one-of-a-kind space at home anywhere.
Refined natural wood looks such as this one are trending. Ceramic tile allows you to create the look of any wood in any grain, color, size, or shape and also have the easy maintenance and durability of ceramic tile.
Gray wood-look ceramic tile reminds us of beachside boardwalks — the perfect addition for beach house interior decor. PLUS, ceramic tile’s water-resistance and scratch-resistance is just what you need to protect against what is tracked in from surfside.
Want to make a style statement in your kitchen? An Art Nouveau pattern is sure to turn eyes, and ceramic tile’s scratch, stain, and water resistance will ensure that it continues looking great for decades.
Bring nature indoors with pine-look ceramic tile. Using the same material for both the flooring and walls creates a minimalistic backdrop against which the furniture’s rich colors and textures pop.
Set the mood with wood-look ceramic tile in a smokey gray-brown. Lighter furniture and accents contrast well with the flooring and lighten the space. Earthen tones “ground” the space for any color accent (forgive the pun).
Opting for a pastel color scheme? This light wood-look ceramic tile pairs perfectly with textiles and accessories in light blues, pinks, and yellows — and with polka dots.
Unique kitchen designs start with unique flooring — such as this vintage-looking gray and blue patterned tile installed in a “rug” floor pattern as an accent for the kitchen island.