Glossy Gray Subway Tiles

These ceramic tiles glisten their elongated subway tile style. A twist on the time-honored favorite, this design incorporates a slight texture, gloss finish, and a calming gray hue to create a new look.

Tile Wall With Multiple Colors and Textures

The versatility of ceramic tile is stunning, and often surprising, especially when a designer creates a style like this with multiple textures and colors combining in a way you would never have imagined. Up close, you can appreciate the subtle differences of each tile. From a distance, this combination may remind you of bamboo.

3D Wall Tiles

Look closer. A small ridge runs down the center of each of these ceramic tiles, projecting the center of the tile toward you. This ridge separates the two sides of the tile and influences how the light hits each side, making some parts seem lighter or darker than others. Each tile also has a different…

Oxidized and Iridescent Wall Tiles

Oxidized AND iridescent? This ceramic tile has it all, offering an interesting variation on basic black that’s at home in any room of your house. Ceramic tile’s waterproof assembly and flame-resistant qualities mean you can use this tile equally as well in your shower or as a backsplash in your kitchen.

Glossy and Craggy Wall Tile

For a unique and stunning surface, no material better than ceramic tile exists. This example shows tile’s versatility in color, shape, texture, finish, and dimension. Ceramic tile is also water-, stain-, dent-, scratch-, fire-, mold-, and mildew-resistant. Add to this beautiful and durable package that ceramic tile is made of naturally occurring materials and that…

Iridescent Hexagon Tile Backsplash

This backsplash uses small hexagon ceramic tiles with a shell iridescent sheen to protect this kitchen wall. Ceramic tile is water-, stain-, scratch-, dent-, bacteria-, and fire-resistant to form an ideal (and beautiful) backsplash for kitchen areas.

Smooth Iridescent Blue Tile Mosaic

Ceramic tile installations can combine colors and shapes to achieve one-of-a-kind looks for walls, floors, and even ceilings. Use ceramic tile in wet areas for resistance to water, mold, mildew, and bacteria. Ceramic tile is also scratch-, stain-, dent-, and fire-resistant for use in every room of your home!

Wood-Look Tile Floor and White Textured Tile Wall

This wood-look ceramic tile flooring is gorgeous and sets off the equally stunning textured tile wall. What a combination to give this room a unique look and feel that can only be accomplished with ceramic tile. Also, tile is easy to clean and maintain, meaning less time spent cleaning your bedroom and more time relaxing.

Mosaic Ceramic Tile Patio

One of the original uses for tile was to create mosaic masterpieces. These complex designs were used to add an artistic and unique pattern to simple structures. Not all mosaics need to reach the same degree of complexity of ancient Roman bathhouses, though. This patio uses a mosaic tile look to contrast with the lawn,…

Silver Wood-Look Tile Bathroom

One of the greatest things about ceramic tile is a waterproof assembly, allowing for gorgeous, open bathrooms like this. A silver wood-look tile surrounds this bathroom, providing the walls for the shower, the backsplash for the sinks, and the base of the bathroom walls. With an open tub, ceramic tiles are important to protect the…

White Ceramic Tile Living Room Floor

Grays and whites can make rooms feel larger and warmer, like the walls, ceiling, and floor do in this space. By using neutral colors, homeowners can let plants and furniture bring in pops of detail. In this particular room, the tile also projects the natural lighting, bringing the light from outside further into the home.…

White Polished Ceramic Tile Floor

There are tons of uses for ceramic tile in the home. In this room, the white tile has a slight grain, with the grains stretching to add width to the room. This slight effect also works well with strong wood colors, and it adds a nice reflection from nearby windows. Aside from cosmetic uses, tile…

Silver Wood-Look Herringbone Tile

Because ceramic tile comes in different shapes and styles, rooms like this are possible. These rectangular tiles fit together to give the appearance of silver wood in a chunky herringbone pattern. This serves as a perfect complement to the gray couch, cream-colored furnishings, and bright walls. Ceramic tile is also durable, maintaining its appearance with…

Dark Gray Marble-Look Bathroom Tile

Have you ever seen a bathroom wall quite like this one? We love the way that this dark gray marble-look ceramic tile is laid, with alternating rows of large-format rectangles and mosaic tiles. The tile provides floor-to-ceiling water, stain, and bacteria resistance to this wall, and tile’s multipurpose functionality means that the floor, the shower,…

Light Wood-Look Kitchen Tile Flooring and Mosaic Tile Backsplash

Light and bright surfaces work together to give this kitchen an energizing feel. The not-quite-white cabinets, walls, and ceiling contribute to this effect and the ceramic tile backsplash and flooring are wonders of their own. Irregularly shaped mosaic tiles give the backsplash a unique look, and light wood-look flooring opens up this spacious kitchen even…

Oversized Gray Wood-Look Herringbone Tile

Industrial yet comfortable, ceramic tiles are perfect for older buildings that need a modern appeal. The gray floor tiling in this room parallels the concrete ceilings, making the room feel larger than it is. On the far wall, the background of tiles gives the appearance of brick, which fits seamlessly with the all-white walls on…

Home Gym With a Wood-Look Tile Floor

Forget everything you know about gym decor — this home gym proves that exercise spaces can be practical and classy. Warm, glossy wood-look tile sets the stage in the space, and a midcentury modern media console in a matching color provides the perfect accent to it. With ceramic tile, you won’t have to worry about…

Chelsea Hotel Suite With Ceramic Tile

The ceramic tilework in this chic bedroom works in different ways. The first thing you may notice is the intricate mosaic of ceramic tiles on the wall, coming together to give the room depth — a break from traditional white walls. Next, the tile on the floor, which gives the appearance of aged wood. The…