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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?
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.
Upgrade your bathroom with a luxurious ceramic tile backsplash in a unique look, such as this silver floral tile pattern that creates a wallpaper look. Unlike wallpaper that can be damaged by water, this ceramic tile is water resistant and won’t change when exposed to water and steam.
Mosaic tiles in sandy hues make for a backsplash and bathroom with a casual beach ambiance with a sparkling presentation for your family and guest alike.
Creamy stone-look ceramic tile, black fixtures, and an ornate vanity combine to create a charming, romantic bathroom getaway that fits with a wide range of decor from modern to traditional.
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.
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.
Looking for tile that pops? Modern tile manufacturing makes 3D tile designs like this glass-look tile possible. This double herringbone pattern creates even more interest for a unique installation.
Cool shades such the blue and greige tones in this backsplash inspire peace and tranquility for a calming, yet stylish kitchen that also has a spotlessly clean look.
What’s more eye-catching, the cupcakes or the multicolored mosaic tile backsplash in a brickwork pattern? The random color combination creates delicious interest for a one-of-a-kind look!
Classic meets glamour in this three-dimensional backsplash ceramic tile clad in both a bright metallic look and a white-marble look.
Stacked subway tile in a white onyx look adds sophistication to this casual living room.
Want to put a creative spin on classic subway tile? Opt for a light stone look ceramic tile instead of white and change things up, just like this bathroom backsplash.