Textured Tiled Wall

You’ve heard of love at first sight, but this ceramic tile takes it to the next level with a design that will impress your sense of sight and touch. Modern advancements in technology allow manufacturers to bake texture right into the tile, making designs like the one on this wall possible. And with a texture…

Mixed Tile Bathroom

When you were little, you may have gotten into trouble for coloring on the walls. Now that you’re an adult, you no longer need to restrain that creative energy. Ceramic tile offers you a design to match your imagination — this lovely floral pattern is merely one of your options. Whatever you choose, you’ll get…

Multicolor Herringbone

This probably isn’t what comes to mind when you think of traditional hardwood. The herringbone design is striking, the color variation is unique — combined, this flooring creates a fashion runway impact. Moreover, this isn’t hardwood at all, but wood-look ceramic tile. Wood-look ceramic tile incorporates the beauty of hardwood and adds the superior qualities…

Hexagon Tiled Wall

The modern entertainment center is now an entertainment focal point. A wall-mounted flat-screen against this mosaic ceramic tile feature wall beckons your focus (just don’t let the beauty distract you from what you’re watching). The exquisite rectangular flooring could be a distraction in itself, if its vertical layout didn’t direct your vision right back to…

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…

Three Dimensional Tiled Restaurant Wall and Floor

At once vast and cozy, the corner of this restaurant is stunning. The 3D tiled walls add a touch of midcentury flair, which the lighting echoes. The marble-look ceramic tiled floors have an off-beat black and white pattern that adds movement and interest. Ceramic tile is a smart choice for restaurants, with its resistance to…

Wood- and Stone-Look Tile Floor

This ethereal room seems to float right out over the ocean, and the mesmerizing floors lure you out into the blue expanse. With a stunning blend of wood and stone looks, this ceramic tile floor appears to have been washed with the blue of the ocean. Tile is stain- and scratch-resistant and won’t fade in…

Scalloped Stone-Look Bathroom Wall Tile

Bring out your inner merperson in this fun bathroom with its playful fish scale patterned tiles. This bold wall takes the heavenly-white bathroom to under the sea. The design options of ceramic tile are endless, from fish scales to 3D shapes and natural stone looks to shimmery surfaces. Customize your life with the versatility of…

Herringbone Wood-Look Tile Floor

Herringbone got its start when the Romans used crushed stone in that pattern to create stronger roads. This wood-look ceramic tile in a herringbone pattern makes a strong statement, in sublime fashion. Ceramic tile also has a rich heritage, and has been used in art and architecture throughout history. One of the many benefits of…

Pale Oak Tile Floor

This light oak-look ceramic tile is low-maintenance, easy to clean, and resistant to moisture, mold, mildew, bacteria, and other irritants. Ceramic tile is also fire-resistant and free of VOCs, formaldehyde, and PVC. The bottom line in this tall stack of benefits is that ceramic tile is long-lasting and durable and has endless design options —…

Oak-Look Bedroom Wall and Floor

The linear theme of this bedroom is carried from the oak-look ceramic tile that rolls down the wall and across the floor. Ceramic tile is easy to keep in order, requiring only regular sweeping and occasional wiping down with clean water. Ceramic tile is also scratch-resistant and won’t fade in the sun, so connecting the…

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.

Dark Wood-Look Boutique Floor

The modern ebony-look ceramic tiles in this chic boutique pave the way with a bold and beautiful black and white pattern. Ceramic tile is an ideal flooring for retail shops, where style is king and durability is golden. These ceramic tile floors won’t fade and are scratch-resistant (essential for dark flooring), so they will continue…

Stone-Look Tiled Wall and Floor

Sip your coffee, enjoy the view — there’s as much to admire inside as there is outside. Chic, large-format, modern industrial-look ceramic tiles create a clean, minimalistic design in the flooring that’s echoed in the rectangular tile of the TV surround. It’s clean and calm here — a zen contrast to the hustle of the…

Brick-Look Accent Wall

Bring classic brickwork indoors with ceramic tile and recreate the look of brick with the additional benefits of ceramic tile, such as water, stain, scratch, and fire resistance. This makes brick-look ceramic tile perfect for a feature wall, lending warmth and character to any space.

Stone-Look Tile Fireplace Surround

Ceramic tile is the new brick fireplace surround. Advances in digital imaging allow manufacturers to create tile with any look and any texture. This means that you can have whatever design you want, plus the many advantages of ceramic tile, such as a low life cycle cost and water, scratch, stain, bacteria, and fire resistance.…

Stone-Look Tile Bar

Take a seat and a sip of your martini, and soak in the warmth created by ceramic tile in this home bar area. Brick-look wall tiles and stone-look floor tiles meld with the wooden cabinets to evoke a hearth here in the heart of the 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…