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This laundry room ceramic floor features geometric shapes with a medieval-inspired pattern to coordinate with a variegated cream subway tile backsplash.
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.
Three things we love about this retro laundry room: the pink, horizontally stacked subway tile, the vintage-inspired black and white ceramic tile flooring pattern, and that classic gold dog shower fixture.
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.
White marble-look porcelain tile establishes both sleek style and easy-to-clean, bacteria-resistant hygiene in this bathroom—everything you need for a material you can trust around your family.
Tired of traditional hardwood? Take this living room’s lead and mix things up with you own personal expression — a one-of-a-kind pattern of gray wood-look ceramic tile.
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 to make a style statement in your kitchen? An Art Nouveau pattern is sure to turn eyes, and ceramic tile’s scratch, stain, and water resistance will ensure that it continues looking great for decades.
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.
Have an open-concept home? Transitioning from one tile look to another can help you delineate specific areas while still maintaining an open floorplan. This flooring incorporates a “rug” accent of patterned tile that ties together all the kitchen elements: appliances, cabinetry, countertops, wall color, and backsplash.