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Marble-look ceramic tiles in a grid, diamond layout, and arabesque shapes create a minimalist—yet unmistakably luxurious—bathroom that creates a beautiful stage for the cabinetry and unique tub.
Who said your mud room has to be drab? The clever use of marble-look ceramic tiles in different shapes (hexagons and squares) but in the same style ensure that this mud room is anything but.
When you can’t decide between two different ceramic tile styles, a staggered tile transition is a unique way to incorporate them both. Or, use a transition to create a one-of-a-kind style for your space and choose two style that work well together.
This spa takes style seriously, with wood-look ceramic tile in two colors, two shapes, and a staggered tile transition. Transitioning from planks to hexagons gives this wall a unique design element that highlights the business branding and suggests movement.
Take your ceramic tile from indoors to out with gauged porcelain tile pavers — a thicker porcelain tile option perfect for walkways, sidewalks, and patios. By using the same materials indoors and out, you create a unified look to your decor as you utilize outdoor living areas.
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.
Black marble-look tile flooring with scarce white veining sets a dramatic mood in this living room (or any room). Darker colors create a backdrop that can beautifully highlight wood furniture and textiles of all colors.
Talk about statement decor! Concrete-look gauged porcelain tile flooring lets the XXL striking marble-look porcelain slabs on the walls do all the talking in this living room.
Busy public places such as this see a lot of foot traffic, but you needn’t worry about scratches, scuffs, or dents with porcelain tile. This white and black marble-look tile will continue looking as good as it did on day one!
Porcelain tile is water-, scratch-, stain-, and bacteria-resistant, making it perfect for everything from living rooms to pools to outdoor showers and spaces that transition effortlessly to inside.
Marble is everywhere, but you’ve probably never seen a ceramic tile black marble look like this before. In addition to the lightning bolts of white veining that shoot out across each tile, the material also features speckles of white that bring to mind the stars in the sky. A herringbone tile pattern ensures that the veining and other markings are scattered across the space, giving the floor a perfectly fragmented look.
The marble look is one of your many design options when choosing ceramic tile, but even then, you can choose between many different colors, veining characteristics, tile sizes and patterns, and more. This bathroom utilizes a cement gray marble look with stark but sparse white veining throughout the entire space. A standard square grid is seen throughout, with large tiles everywhere except for the shower floor. What does your dream marble-look tile look like?