Minimalistic Cream Plank Tile

This contemporary living room pairs ceramic tile planks in muted cream and brown shades with minimalist furniture and decorations. Note the offset flooring pattern yet the stacked wall pattern for a slight design modification.

Light Cement-Look Tile Flooring

A perfect design choice: The light color of this tile creates a bright atmosphere that pairs well with the paint and furniture colors, while the slight variation in the surface color adds visual interest and accents the dark cabinetry.

Wood-Look Tile Overlaid With an Antique Design

Wood-look tile overlaid with an antique design of text and symbols — anything is possible with modern ceramic tile manufacturing! You won’t see a floor such as this just anywhere. The huge options of ceramic tile designs gives you the ability to express your own style.

Kitchen With Vintage Patterned Tile

Have an open-concept home? Transitioning from one tile look to another can help you delineate specific areas while still maintaining an open floorplan. This flooring incorporates a “rug” accent of patterned tile that ties together all the kitchen elements: appliances, cabinetry, countertops, wall color, and backsplash.

Industrial Chic Cement-Look Tile Flooring

Create an industrial chic look in your home or restaurant (or office space) with ceramic tile that pairs the look of cement with the superior functionality of tile. The easy cleaning of ceramic tile is welcomed in any space, but especially spaces that are shared.

Cement-Look Tile Patio Flooring

Want a cement look for your patio but worried about damage from water, fading, or freeze-thaw cycles? Ceramic tile can provide the exact look you’re imagining without any of these concerns. Plus, you have the vast options of ceramic tile’s colors and patterns to choose from for your ultimate outdoor space.

Dark Stone-Look Tile Flooring

This dark stone-look ceramic tile has us dreaming of stormy nights and hearing thunder. Bring on the drama and cozy up next to the fireplace with a good book. Ceramic tile can also be used to surround fireplaces because it is flame-resistant and does not burn, melt, smoke, or give off toxic fumes when exposed…

Black Marble-Look Herringbone Tile Floor

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.

Cement Gray Marble-Look Bathroom Tile

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?

Pristine Wood-Look Tile Bathroom Wall

Hardwood in the bathroom? Don’t worry, this isn’t actually hardwood, but wood-look ceramic tile. When installed using proper methods, ceramic tile is completely water-resistant, which means that you can bring the classiness of hardwood into splash-prone places. And, with ceramic tile’s scratch and stain resistance, this industrial ceramic look flooring will remain perfectly distressed for years to come.