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Who needs a headboard when you have this charcoal variegated stacked subway tile half wall to add luxury to your bedroom? Use this modern twist on wainscoting to add style to any room.
Specks of gold in this pastel green ceramic tile flooring lend just the right chic flair to an otherwise industrial showroom. Who doesn’t love a little gold?
Can’t choose between wood-look or terrazzo-look ceramic tile? Take this store’s approach and incorporate them both with a staggered transition. Staggered transitions are helpful to delineate areas of a room—or just when you want to jazz things up!
Quarry tile’s durability as well as slip resistance and water resistance make it an excellent choice for commercial kitchens. While design may not be the highest priority in this hard-working environment, quarry tile offers a durable work surface that’s stylish, as well.
Quarry tile lends durability, low maintenance, and understated style to this outdoor dining area, making it easy to maintain no matter what the weather brings.
Advances in ceramic tile manufacturing allow texture to be baked right into ceramic tile, including the beach-like ripples on this feature wall. Perfect for a bathroom, don’t you think?
Busy public places such as this see a lot of foot traffic, but you needn’t worry about scratches, scuffs, or dents with porcelain tile. This white and black marble-look tile will continue looking as good as it did on day one!
The embodiment of industrial chic, this living room combines cement-look ceramic tile with metal furniture and lighting accents for a clean, unpretentious decor (and the perfect stage to relax with your family).
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.
Floors, walls, island, oh, my . . . and even the counter is ceramic tile! These neutral tones combine for a sleek, soothing shopping experience that is also easy to keep clean.
This wood-look tile flooring maintains the living room’s gray color scheme while adding just the right amount of warmth to the space’s cool palette, suitable for serving double-duty as a work-from-home space, too.
Industrial chic looks are trending in both businesses and homes, and concrete-look tile is the perfect material choice: durability and easy maintenance for the win! Choose ceramic tile for spaces that need to be cleaned quickly in order to create a hygienic environment for shared spaces.
Marble is everywhere, but you’ve probably never seen a ceramic tile black marble look like this before. In addition to the lightning bolts of white veining that shoot out across each tile, the material also features speckles of white that bring to mind the stars in the sky. A herringbone tile pattern ensures that the veining and other markings are scattered across the space, giving the floor a perfectly fragmented look.
Sometimes many design elements come together to create a perfectly cohesive room, and this is one of those instances. Here, the uniting element is the gorgeous ceramic tile floor. The beige color is the perfect backdrop for both the blues and the browns in the space, and the continuous rectangular pattern across the large floorspace suits the room’s minimalistic use of clean lines. The slight variation of the tiles offsets the restaurant’s pristineness in just the right amount.
Clothing stores see a lot of foot traffic, and with high-end stores like this, it’s important that the flooring maintains its fashionable looks no matter the number of shoppers. With the lowest life cycle cost of any flooring option, incredible durability, and stain and scratch resistance, ceramic tile is the solution to make this happen. Plus, ceramic tile comes in a nearly limitless amount of design possibilities, so you can shop for the perfect flooring style to make shopping in your store a breeze.
What will you marvel at — the paintings on the wall, or the ceramic tile beneath your feet? With an oxidized concrete look displayed in large-format rectangles, this ceramic tile warrants the question. And unlike the art hanging on the wall, ceramic tile has a host of functional benefits, such as stain, scratch, water, and fire resistance. While certain paintings may leave you questioning their meaning or design choices, you’ll never question the choice of ceramic tile flooring.
Hardwood in the bathroom? Don’t worry, this isn’t actually hardwood, but wood-look ceramic tile. When installed using proper methods, ceramic tile is completely water-resistant, which means that you can bring the classiness of hardwood into splash-prone places. And, with ceramic tile’s scratch and stain resistance, this industrial ceramic look flooring will remain perfectly distressed for years to come.