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Light Blue Ceramic Tile Backsplash

Nothing rivals a view of the ocean — except maybe this pastel blue ceramic tile backsplash. The backsplash leads your gaze right to the sea, but still, you might find yourself returning to the tile. Although light in color, the backsplash won’t show any stains or scratches; and you won’t need to worry about water…

White Subway Tile Backsplash

Tile can create the perfect backdrop for your treasures. Simple tile patterns add color and texture — a white tile with a slightly transparent look absorbs the light and illuminates the counter space, providing a soft backlight for everything on the counter. Even without objects on display, a tile wall like this adds depth to…

Ceramic Tile Wall With Paper Texture

Advances in ceramic tile manufacturing have achieved unique surface textures, designs, and even dimensional qualities, such as this tile that gives the impression of a paper wall. Imagine that! In fact, let your imagination run wild. Ceramic tile is available in an endless combination of shapes, sizes, colors, textures, and designs to make your decor…

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.

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…

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.…

White Subway Tile Kitchen

Black and white make a sleek contemporary statement with white ceramic subway tiles and dark grout wrapping this kitchen in an elegant backsplash. Ceramic tile is water-resistant and is inhospitable to mold, mildew, and bacteria, as well as water and flame-resistant — ideal as a choice for your kitchen backsplash.

White Tile With Green Glass

Delicate green squares of glass are tucked in neat stacks between white ceramic tiles for a delicately beautiful basketweave effect. Tile is a versatile medium for showing off your style with whatever size, color, and shape you dream up. More than just stylish, ceramic tile is water-resistant and is inhospitable to mold, mildew, and bacteria.…