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Distressed black concrete-look tile gives grunge an undeniable elegance for this room.
This variegated turquoise ceramic tile in squares and stacked subway shapes allow the wall and island backsplash to catch the light just like water, transporting us to the Mediterranean coast—a bold choice for costal decor or a contemporary design.
Soak up the nourishing benefits of biophilic ceramic tile with this variegated stacked subway tile in moss green. Green decor choices are a stylish way to bring the restorative effects of outdoors inside and ceramic tile offers a huge variety of green shades to choose from.
Quarry tile lends durability, low maintenance, and understated style to this outdoor dining area, making it easy to maintain no matter what the weather brings.
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.
Black marble-look tile flooring with scarce white veining sets a dramatic mood in this living room (or any room). Darker colors create a backdrop that can beautifully highlight wood furniture and textiles of all colors.
Busy public places such as this see a lot of foot traffic, but you needn’t worry about scratches, scuffs, or dents with porcelain tile. This white and black marble-look tile will continue looking as good as it did on day one!
Want that rustic look without the maintenance concerns of older materials? Ceramic tile can achieve any look you want while also providing stain, scratch, and water resistance.
The embodiment of industrial chic, this living room combines cement-look ceramic tile with metal furniture and lighting accents for a clean, unpretentious decor (and the perfect stage to relax with your family).
Combining traditional design elements such as brick and wood with oxidized metal-look ceramic tile flooring creates interesting visual contrast, making for a one-of-a-kind space at home anywhere.
Want to make a style statement in your kitchen? An Art Nouveau pattern is sure to turn eyes, and ceramic tile’s scratch, stain, and water resistance will ensure that it continues looking great for decades.
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.
Industrial chic looks are trending in both businesses and homes, and concrete-look tile is the perfect material choice: durability and easy maintenance for the win! Choose ceramic tile for spaces that need to be cleaned quickly in order to create a hygienic environment for shared spaces.
Slate-look tile in honey and caramel shades is the main design attraction in this upscale restaurant. Don’t worry about damage from careless customers — ceramic tile is resistant to water, stains, and scratches.
This ceramic wall tile creates the illusion of glass tile for a a beautiful feature wall in this outdoor patio.
Sometimes many design elements come together to create a perfectly cohesive room, and this is one of those instances. Here, the uniting element is the gorgeous ceramic tile floor. The beige color is the perfect backdrop for both the blues and the browns in the space, and the continuous rectangular pattern across the large floorspace suits the room’s minimalistic use of clean lines. The slight variation of the tiles offsets the restaurant’s pristineness in just the right amount.
Classic beige stone-look tile for this terrace flooring lets the gorgeous view do most of the talking.
This floor tile offers a playful twist on standard stone looks by going with a blue hue and hexagon shape.