White Polished Ceramic Tile Floor

There are tons of uses for ceramic tile in the home. In this room, the white tile has a slight grain, with the grains stretching to add width to the room. This slight effect also works well with strong wood colors, and it adds a nice reflection from nearby windows. Aside from cosmetic uses, tile…

Silver Wood-Look Herringbone Tile

Because ceramic tile comes in different shapes and styles, rooms like this are possible. These rectangular tiles fit together to give the appearance of silver wood in a chunky herringbone pattern. This serves as a perfect complement to the gray couch, cream-colored furnishings, and bright walls. Ceramic tile is also durable, maintaining its appearance with…

Dark Gray Marble-Look Bathroom Tile

Have you ever seen a bathroom wall quite like this one? We love the way that this dark gray marble-look ceramic tile is laid, with alternating rows of large-format rectangles and mosaic tiles. The tile provides floor-to-ceiling water, stain, and bacteria resistance to this wall, and tile’s multipurpose functionality means that the floor, the shower,…

Light Wood-Look Kitchen Tile Flooring and Mosaic Tile Backsplash

Light and bright surfaces work together to give this kitchen an energizing feel. The not-quite-white cabinets, walls, and ceiling contribute to this effect and the ceramic tile backsplash and flooring are wonders of their own. Irregularly shaped mosaic tiles give the backsplash a unique look, and light wood-look flooring opens up this spacious kitchen even…

Oversized Gray Wood-Look Herringbone Tile

Industrial yet comfortable, ceramic tiles are perfect for older buildings that need a modern appeal. The gray floor tiling in this room parallels the concrete ceilings, making the room feel larger than it is. On the far wall, the background of tiles gives the appearance of brick, which fits seamlessly with the all-white walls on…

Ceramic Tile for Clean Public Restrooms

Public restrooms see lots of traffic, but that’s no excuse for them being untidy. With ceramic tile, public bathrooms can not only meet, but exceed your visitors’ expectations. Ceramic tile is resistant to mold, mildew, and bacteria, helping you keep the space healthy and safe. And, because of ceramic tile’s low maintenance care, maintaining a…

Black Ceramic Tile With a Distressed Design

When industrial chic and shabby chic meet, tile has a design style just for that. Meet the ultimate in distressed design! Because ceramic tile is so durable and won’t show scratches like this, the design is baked right into the tile. This is important because with surfaces such as laminate and wood, scratches can harbor…

Chelsea Hotel Suite With Ceramic Tile

The ceramic tilework in this chic bedroom works in different ways. The first thing you may notice is the intricate mosaic of ceramic tiles on the wall, coming together to give the room depth — a break from traditional white walls. Next, the tile on the floor, which gives the appearance of aged wood. The…

Mismatched Patterned Backsplash Tile

Ceramic tile is the perfect blend between style and function. This kitchen uses a tile backsplash behind the range, providing a safe cooking environment. Of course, what you notice about this tile isn’t its usefulness, but the creative design. The tiles combine to create a look that is entirely unique. Aside from the obvious appeal…

Bathroom With Multiple Tile Styles

This bathroom allows for more freedom. Because ceramic tile is waterproof and has nonslip options, it can also create a curbless shower entry and give more people the ability to bathe independently. Utility aside, ceramic tile also gives this bathroom character. The silver tiles on the floor coordinate with the white of the walls and…

Diamond Ceramic Tile Fireplace Surround

The fireplace is the heart of the home, and ceramic tiles create the ideal fire-resistant decorative feature to showcase your home’s style. This elegant tile pattern adds excitement while not taking too much attention away from the rest of the room. The diamond tiles resemble a dark marble and work beautifully with both the white…

Gray Wood-Look Tile Backsplash in a Chevron Pattern

Ceramic tile can be used on walls as both a feature decor element and a backdrop to showcase other elements in the room. We think this chevron pattern in neutral grays does both oh so well. A wall covering this beautiful doesn’t need additional artwork, as it serves as its own artistic creation.

Bathroom With Wood- and Brick-Look Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tiles come in a variety of shades and styles, including these that resemble an aged wood or the intricate tile pattern that sits under the rainfall showerhead. Tiling has always been used as a way to enhance bathrooms, but modern bathrooms can take advantage of the many different tiles designs available. The result can…

Neutral Bathroom Tile Backsplash

Tiling provides the perfect backsplash for this chic bathroom. The combination of multiple ceramic tile designs brings a unique feel to this bathroom wall. Combined with the functional yet beautiful tile flooring, this bathroom is the perfect example of how neutral tile colors can add more by doing less. Ceramic tiles are water-resistant, so water…

Wood-Look Tile for an Office Floor

Wood never goes out of style, and ceramic tile’s long-lasting durability never loses its looks. Wood-look ceramic tile is the perfect complement for modern decor, and it looks excellent with natural lighting and wooden furniture. The durability of ceramic tiles also allows for long-term use, even if you have metal chair and desk legs sliding…

Wood-Look Herringbone Tile Stage

Ceramic tile sets the stage for a strong production by combining a number of both stylistic and functional strengths. Ceramic tile resists scratches, scrapes, and dents, so no matter how many scenes are presented on this stage, it will continue looking as flawless as it did on opening night. Ceramic tile’s easy cleaning (just wipe…

Oak-Look Ceramic Tile Flooring

Searching for a muse to inspire your writing for the day? Look no further than the flooring beneath your feet. Once you’re done marveling at the fact that it is not hardwood, but oak-look ceramic tile, you can wonder at ceramic tile’s unbelievable multitude of benefits. Stain, scratch, and water resistance; slip-resistant options; a surface…

Hardwood-Look Flooring With a Twist

A classic-looking living room, but with a twist — or two. The first twist is the obvious one: The classic pattern traditionally paired with hardwood is inverted to give us this much more fun herringbone layout. And the second twist? This flooring isn’t hardwood at all, but wood-look ceramic tile. This ceramic tile provides the…

Ceramic Tile for a Clean and Healthy Laundry Room

As fresh as the garden outside the window, and as beautiful — that’s what you can expect from ceramic tile. With low-maintenance care that allows you to wash with water alone, stain resistance, and resistance to bacteria, mildew, and mold, you can easily keep ceramic tile clean and healthy. Plus, ceramic tile has as many…

Atypical Tile Grid

You needn’t open up that coffee table book to see elements of style at play. Ceramic tile offers a nearly limitless amount of design options, and this atypical grid is just one of them. In every row, we get one rectangular tile for every two large-scale squares, providing the slightest of twists. The shades of…