Gray Brick-Look Ceramic Tile Wall

Get the look of brick in any color you want with ceramic tile, whether the classic red brick or this contemporary charcoal small subway tile in a brick pattern . . . or something completely different. Ceramic tile offers you a huge variety to choose from.

Ceramic Tile Flooring in a Plaid Pattern

Plaid never goes out of style, as this living room flooring clearly proves. Using neutral tones keeps the pattern from becoming too busy, while printing the pattern diagonally across the tiles adds visual interest. Additionally, because color is baked into ceramic tile, you needn’t worry about this sunny location fading the tile over time.

Glossy Blue Herringbone Tile Backsplash

Two winning ingredients for an eye-catching ceramic tile kitchen backsplash: a deep blue tone in a herringbone pattern. Of course, a ceramic tile backsplash is more that good looks, you also get, stain-, water-, and flame-resistance!

Linen-Look Tile for a Curbless Shower

Curbless showers call for a seamless tile transition from shower to bathroom flooring and a tile design that looks great throughout the entire space. This bathroom opts for a linen-like textured tile in a creamy shade.

Dark Linen-Look Tile Flooring

Love the look of carpet but hate its cleaning routine or hygiene concerns? Ceramic tile comes in textured linen looks like this to give you that carpet look without any of carpet’s drawbacks.

Art Deco Mosaic Hexagon Tile Wal

As with an exquisite chandelier, these pearl and silver elongated mosaic hexagon tiles drip down the wall in an Art Deco-esque zigzag pattern. The pattern creates a wallpaper look but with the bonus of durability and easy cleaning you get with tile.

Beige and Gray Stone-Look Tile

This space shows the versatility of stone-look ceramic tile, from the beige stone-look tile grid flooring to the gray running bond stone-look wall tile. Each serves as a backdrop to greens, blacks, and reds, and, of course, the beautiful view.

Beige Stone-Look Patio Tile

Create a stylish patio with a material that stands up to the elements and continues looking new for decades. Stone-look ceramic and porcelain tile such as this are a popular option for outdoor living areas because of durability and stylish choices.