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This hotel lobby feature wall has a little fun with herringbone tile by interspersing black, gray, and white tiles.
Where should we look first? The concrete-look tile flooring and texture blue tile feature wall compete for our attention in this stylish lobby—a beautiful welcome for every guest.
Promote focus in your office with a soothing stone-look ceramic tile design—that also keeps you from having to do overtime with easy cleaning and stain and bacteria resistance.
Hotel lobbies require a flooring material that can stand up to busy foot traffic. Ceramic tile like this gorgeous slate-look design is resistant to scratches, stains, and wear and tear from visitors to keep its good looks for decades. The extended life of a ceramic tile floor also means less repair and replacement than many…
Honey-toned stone-look gauged porcelain tile in a glossy finish makes this lobby ultra dreamy.
With ceramic tile, you can create a marble look in spaces with heavy foot traffic (such as a library) without fear of wear and tear.
Ceramic tile makes for beautiful, inviting, and low-maintenance lobby flooring.
This ceramic wall tile creates the illusion of glass tile for a a beautiful feature wall in this outdoor patio.
What will you marvel at — the paintings on the wall, or the ceramic tile beneath your feet? With an oxidized concrete look displayed in large-format rectangles, this ceramic tile warrants the question. And unlike the art hanging on the wall, ceramic tile has a host of functional benefits, such as stain, scratch, water, and fire resistance. While certain paintings may leave you questioning their meaning or design choices, you’ll never question the choice of ceramic tile flooring.
Make a statement with a tile feature wall, such as this glass tile that matches the bathroom’s paint colors — or does the paint match the tile?
Why choose just one ceramic tile design for your space when you could have two? The patterned tile with intersecting circles delineates the seating area, while a coordinating gray-brown tile is used for the rest of the space. This attention to design elevates the decor of this cafe from ordinary to EXTRAordinary.
We spy three ceramic tile designs in this restroom—pearly textured tiles laid diagonally on one wall, a black tile grid on the other wall, and large dark marble-look tiles on the floor—all accented with rose gold fixtures and accessories for an elegant look, even in a public setting.
This space combines old and new with a unique Victorianesque black and white mosaic ceramic tile floor and a sleek black stacked subway ceramic tile feature wall.
The lobby is your first chance to impress your customers, and this hotel follows through with gorgeous ceramic tile in a marble-look for the counter and walls.
Matte ceramic tiles in shades of creamy white and cement gray paired with straightforward grid patterns give this restroom a clean and orderly look.
Sleek matte gray ceramic tile with dark grout in an offset pattern creates a cobblestone look in this living space.
Ceramic tile flooring such as this goes a long way toward creating a fresh and bright appearance in commercial spaces. Plus, durability and easy maintenance means less down time for cleaning or repairs.