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Modern farmhouse design is at its finest in this laundry room, which features a matte subway tile feature wall and white ceramic tile flooring.
This laundry room features a twist on the classic grid layout with a combination of square quarry tiles and rectangle quarry tiles.
Farmhouse meets FUN in this modern laundry room. Traditional white subway tile spans the left and right walls as the the back wall features a playful triangle tile mosaic in neutral shades.
Looking for the perfect equation for a vintage-inspired laundry room? It’s easy: Simply combine white subway tile with black and white penny round tile flooring and voilà!
A traditional approach to modern convenience reigns in this gray wood-look tile laundry room — or should we say dog haven? We love a space that features both a dog shower and a built-in dog bed.
This laundry room is a perfect compliment to traditional farmhouse decor: stone-look ceramic tile, wood shelving and architectural elements, and a copper light fixture.
Muted shades show off in this mud room/laundry room with greige herringbone stone-look ceramic tile flooring and teal gray cabinetry.
This laundry room ceramic floor features geometric shapes with a medieval-inspired pattern to coordinate with a variegated cream subway tile backsplash.
Make your bathroom a relaxing haven with this variegated green square tile backsplash that goes from floor to ceiling. A vast variety of green shades are available for you to choose from in ceramic tile to find the perfect green for your project.
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.
Gorgeous natural gemstones can be right at home in your living room when you choose ceramic tile. Get the look of precious stones without the cost or sustainability issues of sourcing the real thing.
Warm stone-look tile in a neutral caramel hue gives a double meaning to the phrase “office with a view.” And, if this space pulls double duty as your living room, there’s no loss of style or efficiency to transition after you clock out.
They say that nature inspires simplicity, and this bedroom is proof. A single light wood-look tile for both the flooring and walls paired with minimal furniture in a neutral palette lets the scenery outside steal the show.
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.
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.
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.