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This hotel lobby feature wall has a little fun with herringbone tile by interspersing black, gray, and white tiles.
Clean and pristine is the vibe of this white laundry room, which features high-gloss ceramic tile flooring, a matching countertop, and a white subway tile backsplash.
Modern farmhouse design is at its finest in this laundry room, which features a matte subway tile feature wall and white ceramic tile flooring.
Looking for the perfect equation for a vintage-inspired laundry room? It’s easy: Simply combine white subway tile with black and white penny round tile flooring and voilà!
Earth tones are on display in this gorgeous variegated stacked tile backsplash.
Pinkish beige gauged porcelain tile pavers and pearly white wall tile complement the pretty-in-pink paint color of this indoor-outdoor space. Note that ceramic tile has many options that withstand freeze-thaw cycles so that you can use ceramic tile in these spaces without worry of damage.
This kitchen backsplash adds a slight twist to classic white subway tile by alternating white with light blue and greige shades for a one-of-a-kind installation. You can also mix color tiles randomly for an even more unique look.
Cool shades such the blue and greige tones in this backsplash inspire peace and tranquility for a calming, yet stylish kitchen that also has a spotlessly clean look.
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.
Express yourself! Achieve a tetris look such as this by staggering colors randomly into a one-of-a-kind subway tile installation.
Classic meets glamour in this three-dimensional backsplash ceramic tile clad in both a bright metallic look and a white-marble look.
Glamorous metallic tile and classic white marble-look tile combine to create a one-of-a-kind tile backsplash.
Stacked subway tile in a white onyx look adds sophistication to this casual living room.
For an added touch of glamour, a gold decorative inset separates the white stone-look ceramic tile and the black marble-look ceramic wall tile.
Linen is one of the oldest textiles in the world and has been used historically for its strength and fresh feel, as well as for having a unique texture and aesthetic. Manufacturers are bringing you these benefits in a new and exciting way: ceramic tile with a linen texture. Rectangular tiles visually widen this wall,…
For a simple twist on the classic subway tile design, this feature wall uses marble-look ceramic tile rather than plain white tiles.
In a twist on the classic octagon and dot ceramic tile pattern, black tiles are randomly interspersed in this white hexagon mosaic tile for a one-of-a-kind floor.