3D Craggy Tile in a Brickwork Pattern

Tile is art, and anyone who disagrees can take a look at this unique tile feature wall. The layout may be a typical brickwork pattern, but everything else is one of a kind, from the three-dimensional craggy look of the tiles to the varying colors and glosses. With such an exceptional design, we’re not sure…

Gray and White Hexagon Tile Backsplash

Ceramic tile patterns have been around for hundreds of years, ranging from simple designs to complex mosaics. Even something as simple as hexagons add depth to what would otherwise be a normal kitchen. Ceramic tile has always been a popular option for backsplashes, and adding a little flare with a design gives your kitchen more…

Large Ceramic Tile Slabs in Marble and Floral Looks

Not only is tile a versatile material, but highly customized designs are available to create unique spaces. This bathroom uses large slabs of marble-style tile to bring light through the window and into the far end of the room. On the way is a can’t-miss floral pattern. To finish off this high-end bathroom, slatted floors…

Rough Hexagon Wall Tiles With Blue Grout

Home designers know that one of ceramic tile’s unique traits is texture. Ceramic tile can be produced to be ultra-smooth or, as with the tile in this room, rough with grooves. Because this tile is on the wall, it’s perfectly fine to have a slightly uneven surface. The grooves in this tile prevent the wall…

Concrete-Look Ceramic Tiles in an Arrow Pattern

Ceramic tile allows you to be creative — no drab grays here! The floor looks like textured concrete at first glance, but the small grout spaces between the tiles show just how versatile the material can be. The wall also makes use of a concrete-look tile, only these tiles are designed to make an arrow…

Concrete-Look Wall Tiles

Textured to represent concrete or clay, these gray tiles shine brightly when the light hits, revealing every groove and line in the material. Even though the color is relatively neutral, the design is useful for projecting natural light further into rooms. The horizontal grooves also project length, making areas seem wider than they actually are.…

Durable Ceramic Tile for High-Traffic Rooms

Ceramic tile is a scratch-resistant material, one reason you often see it in busy, communal areas. Even furniture with metal legs or heavy ceramic pots won’t damage the floor. Ceramic tile is also low-maintenance, perfect for how much foot traffic a room like this is likely to see. Beyond its functional uses, tile is also…