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White wood-look tile flooring in a worn and distressed look creates a beach house vibe.
Pinkish beige gauged porcelain tile pavers and pearly white wall tile complement the pretty-in-pink paint color of this indoor-outdoor space. Note that ceramic tile has many options that withstand freeze-thaw cycles so that you can use ceramic tile in these spaces without worry of damage.
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.
Want a cement look for your patio but worried about damage from water, fading, or freeze-thaw cycles? Ceramic tile can provide the exact look you’re imagining without any of these concerns. Plus, you have the vast options of ceramic tile’s colors and patterns to choose from for your ultimate outdoor space.
A unique herringbone pattern in multiple ceramic tile sizes set this floor apart from typical designs.
Thought we left the wood-paneled look back in the 70s? A chevron wood-look tile feature wall that compliments the flooring, brings the style back with panache.
The flooring in this bedroom looks like individual slats of wood but is actually durable, scratch-resistant, and water-resistant ceramic tile. Mosaic ceramic tile adorns the walls, providing a stylish texture in contrast to the warm, wood-look ceramic tile floors.
Herringbone tile in earth tones makes for a beautiful wall covering.
Modern and elegant don’t begin to describe this mosaic, whitewashed, wood-look ceramic tile. The clean lines created by the tiles are accented only by the simple and functional fixtures, all of which serves as a stunning backdrop for the pearly white vessel sink. In fact, beautiful functionality is the theme of this bathroom, as ceramic…
Modern desert is the style here, and this ceramic tile flooring helps the space pull it off with a distressed stone look typical of outdoor patios. Even if we aren’t outside, ceramic tile’s durability and water resistance mean we could be, allowing us to lose ourselves even further in our desert mirage.
Bring classic brickwork indoors with ceramic tile and recreate the look of brick with the additional benefits of ceramic tile, such as water, stain, scratch, and fire resistance. This makes brick-look ceramic tile perfect for a feature wall, lending warmth and character to any space.
Take a seat and a sip of your martini, and soak in the warmth created by ceramic tile in this home bar area. Brick-look wall tiles and stone-look floor tiles meld with the wooden cabinets to evoke a hearth here in the heart of the home.
Check off “ultramodern” with this revival of Victorian floor feature design. These earthy wood floor planks set in a regular offset grid are accented by multi-colored square panels. The design benefits from the huge array of ceramic tile colors, shapes, and sizes, then gets supercharged with the addition of tile’s variety of textures and styles.…
A grand kitchen such as this one uses only the most naturally beautiful materials. The stately charm of the oiled woodwork and the stone chimney is echoed in the flooring. This driftwood-look ceramic tile adds a touch of rich color to the room that picks up the ocean view.