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D124-2017-LONDON SOHO NOTTING HILL

That darling bistro down the street can be the inspiration for our own homes. Take this example, either the floor or wall ceramic tile choices would work perfectly in a kitchen or bathroom. Ceramic tile’s resistance to heat, moisture, scratches, and mold make it a beautiful and durable hypoallergenic choice for any room. Infinite combinations…

Running Bond Stone-Look Kitchen Floor Tile

Big, bright, and beautiful are duly accented by this charcoal stone-look floor laid in a running bond pattern. And yes, we can envision running through this kitchen (or maybe riding a big wheel), but being stopped by its brilliance. Notice how the natural textures and subtle colors of the room have beautifully amplified the view,…

Stone-Look Herringbone Kitchen Floor Tile

Grab a drink and mosey up to the bar! Don’t worry about scratches as you pull up a barstool. These stone-look ceramic tile planks resist ages of heavy wear, scratches, and scuffs! The herringbone pattern of the floor is subtly reminiscent of some C-level’s suit, but don’t worry, boss — it’s stylish without being pretentious.…

Stone-Look Herringbone Tile Flooring

Stone herringbone just makes you want to rhyme every word. You will definitely be in rhythm with your surroundings using this neutral, sophisticated look that says, “Hey, I’m contemporary AND comfortable. Let’s order in a pizza.” Stone-look ceramic tile is the ideal flooring for every room in your home. Water, flame, stain, and scratch resistance…

Ivory Stone-Look Ceramic Tile Flooring

Perpendicular modern angles are accented by the ivory stone-look ceramic tiles running at an angle through this open floor plan. Surprise! An angled architectural element echoes the angles created in the floor. The look is clean and uncluttered, with subtle texture and movement that adds interest, as well as the durability and easy maintenance of…

Multicolored Wood-Look Ceramic Tile Floors

This kitchen is ready to handle whatever you have on the menu, from breakfast at the bar to dinner with the neighbors. The multicolored wood-look ceramic tile floors and natural stone-look backsplash pair perfectly for a beautiful room that blends effortlessly into an open floor plan … and is also effortless to clean. Ceramic tile…

Herringbone Wood-Look Kitchen Flooring

Herringbone has its place in the most stylish business attire, and now this no-nonsense kitchen has the same get-it-done vibe. This wood-look herringbone pattern flooring widens the angles of the room, which visually amplifies the space, creating a sense of movement. You can tell that this kitchen has high standards, and ceramic tile’s durability and…

Blue and Green Mosaic Backsplash

Every kitchen deserves a look that’s eye-catching, but decor in a kitchen must also be functional. This backsplash rises to the occasion with blue-toned mosaic tiles in a hexagon design that pops right off the walls. Its allure may be slightly distracting while you’re cooking dinner, but no worries — ceramic tile’s waterproof installation methods…

Striped Subway Tiles

If you still think of tiles as monochromatic squares, let us get you up to speed. Tiles can be any size or shape, and advances in technology mean that any design you can imagine — and yes, we mean any — can be printed directly onto ceramic tile. That’s what makes this intricate and eye-catching…

Glossy Stone-Look Floor

This pristine, glossy ceramic tile makes you wonder if “mudroom” is really the appropriate term for this space. But don’t worry — ceramic tile is stain-resistant, scratch-resistant, and easy to clean with water alone, so this floor will continue to shine. Ceramic tile’s water resistance and options in slip resistance mean that this room is…

Olive Wood-Look Tile Accent Wall

This luxurious olive wood-look ceramic tile wall gives this space a warm and inviting backdrop. Ceramic tile has a fire-hardened finish that wont scratch, is moisture-resistant, and won’t fade. So, get rid of those drapes, and let the sun show off the beauty of the walls without worry. Low-maintenance ceramic tile requires no special UV…

Light Wood-Look Tile Floor

The clean, minimalist aesthetic of this white pine-look ceramic tile is testament to “simple is beautiful.” Ceramic tile has a simple-to-care-for beauty with design options that make finding the perfect style a breeze. Resistant to stains, scratches, mold, mildew, and bacteria, ceramic tile is the easy choice for long-lasting beauty for your home.

Beige Subway Tile Backsplash

Originally designed for New York’s first subway station, subway tile is now widely known as a popular tile for homes and businesses alike. The subway architects were originally attracted to tile because it doesn’t stain and is easy to clean. More than a century later, subway tile brings the same benefits to this kitchen’s backsplash.…

Iridescent Mosaic Tile

Bring nature indoors with this lovely iridescent mosaic tile, which conjures up in your mind the curved shape of seashells, the smooth texture of pebbles, and the glistening hues of a bubbling brook. Use these tiles anywhere in your home — water resistance makes it perfect for the bathroom and its stain resistance is ideal…

Three Dimensional Artistic Tile

The ridges left in sand on the beach, the veins in a leaf, or the texture of a rough-cut log — run your fingers along this 3D artistic ceramic tile and let your mind wander where it will. Mixed metal colors give versatility to this unique shape and texture of high-performing and long-lasting ceramic tile,…

Metallic Zigzag

Both hexagon and metallic tile are trending right now, and with these beautiful mosaics, you don’t have to choose. Metallic hues of blue, gold, and white give these elongated hexagons a luxurious touch for your shower, backsplash, small floorspace, or even feature wall.