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Do you normally think of gray when you imagine natural stone? These stone-look tile designs in peachy-pink and cream with green undertones prove that any look is possible with ceramic tile.
They say opposites attract, and that’s certainly the case in this room. Peachy chevron wood-look tile leads up to dark and highly polished three-dimensional wall tile.
We love a good tile pattern, and this one is no exception. Arabesque shapes in greige tones make for a flooring design that brings interest into spaces that may have limited decor.
When you won’t settle for anything less than the best, ceramic tile is an obvious choice for combining beautiful designs such as this stone-look ceramic tile with incredible durability and functional benefits.
Worried about this gorgeous wood flooring getting ruined outdoors? We aren’t — wood-look ceramic tile’s water resistance holds up in any space inside or outside your home.
Flooring so beautiful you’ll want to admire it up close — modern technology allows wood-look ceramic tile flooring to be designed with any colors and graining you want.
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.
For flooring that will look great while also standing up to heavy foot traffic and furniture, look no further than beautiful and durable ceramic tile.
The subtleties in the color variation of this ceramic tile flooring recalls the look of rare giant gemstones.
In a modern twist on the classic octagon and dot pattern, this floor tile grid utilizes black ceramic tiles to create octagons and squares in a one-of-a-kind floor pattern.
Veining that corresponds with the direction of the chevron tile pattern adds to the elegance of this ceramic tile flooring.
Shopping malls require their flooring and its style to stand the test of time. With gorgeous options such as this stone-look ceramic tile and incredible durability, ceramic tile is the answer.
Combine dark and light stone-look ceramic tile in different sizes and shapes to create an interesting flooring design. While this pattern may look playful or random, the bigger picture shows order, as well as an intention to provide movement from one area to the next in this public space.
A beautiful entryway deserves gorgeous dark wood-look ceramic tile that protects your home from all the elements you (or your pets or kids) may drag in. Easy cleaning means this entryway remains something to look forward to every time you return home.
This grayscale polygon ceramic tile pathway is giving the red carpet a monochromatic run for its money.
We’re not sure what to admire first; the live tree in the center of this space, or the intricate hexagon designs on the gauged porcelain tile slabs.