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Ceramic tile captures the beauty of both the sky and the ocean in this delightful mosaic. Because of ceramic tile’s limitless design versatility, any style is possible, including combinations of tile colors, textures, sizes, shapes, and even dimensions. Regardless of size, ceramic tile is mold-, mildew-, bacteria-, and water-resistant, and is available in slip- resistant…

Whimsical Blue Ceramic Tile Mosaic

Ceramic tile captures the beauty of both the sky and the ocean in this delightful mosaic. Because of ceramic tile’s limitless design versatility, any style is possible, including combinations of tile colors, textures, sizes, shapes, and even dimensions. Regardless of size, ceramic tile is mold-, mildew-, bacteria-, and water-resistant, and is available in slip- resistant…

3D Craggy Tile in a Brickwork Pattern

Tile is art, and anyone who disagrees can take a look at this unique tile feature wall. The layout may be a typical brickwork pattern, but everything else is one of a kind, from the three-dimensional craggy look of the tiles to the varying colors and glosses. With such an exceptional design, we’re not sure…

Gray and White Hexagon Tile Backsplash

Ceramic tile patterns have been around for hundreds of years, ranging from simple designs to complex mosaics. Even something as simple as hexagons add depth to what would otherwise be a normal kitchen. Ceramic tile has always been a popular option for backsplashes, and adding a little flare with a design gives your kitchen more…

Rough Hexagon Wall Tiles With Blue Grout

Home designers know that one of ceramic tile’s unique traits is texture. Ceramic tile can be produced to be ultra-smooth or, as with the tile in this room, rough with grooves. Because this tile is on the wall, it’s perfectly fine to have a slightly uneven surface. The grooves in this tile prevent the wall…

White Ceramic Tile With a Plaster Texture

The kitchen is a popular place to experiment with rustic designs, drawing from the rich history that most cultures have with kitchens being the hardest-working room in the home. While many types of ceramic tiles are smooth, they can also be produced with texture, reminiscent of wood, stone, or in this case, plaster. Despite this…

Black Granite-Look Ceramic Tile Slabs

The gorgeous look of granite but at a fraction of the price — that’s the benefit of using ceramic tile. Nearly seamless in its design, this dark granite tile flows across the room, with minimal grout spaces in between to create a constant flow across the floor. This shade of tile is ideal for reflecting…

Gauged porcelain tile panels/slabs on a dining room floor

Gray Ceramic Tile With a Petrified Wood Look

Get the beautiful look of wood any way you want it with ceramic tile. This gorgeous gray wood grain resembles petrified wood, an expensive material to use across the floor of your living room! Instead, many homeowners use tile slabs like these. Ceramic tile is incredibly durable and resistant to scuffs and scratches, as well…

Minimalistic Wood-Look Kitchen Tile

Open-concept kitchens look beautiful when done correctly. To pull off this look, homeowners need to maintain consistency across the space. With rare or expensive materials, this can be difficult to pull off. With tile, designers can take nearly any look the homeowner wants and bring it to their home. This stunning wood-look tile breathes life…

Gray Wood-Look Ceramic Tile

When you have a new dining room and kitchen to show off, this gray wood-look ceramic tile shines brightly, carrying natural light across the room. At night, your indoor lighting will show off some of the subtle intricacies of this design. Families that have had wood floors before know that they can be damaged from…

Marble-Look Tile Slab Flooring

Get the personalized touch you want in your wet bar with ceramic tile. The slabs that make up the floor and the bar look like marble, but are actually tile. Tile is a more functional alternative to materials such as marble, and thanks to tile’s long lifespan and easy maintenance, these slabs will look great…

Stylish Kitchen Island Tile

This kitchen island puts the versatility of ceramic tile on full display. Beyond the usefulness of having waterproof, low-maintenance, and easy-to-clean surfaces in the kitchen, tile makes up the majority of the aesthetic here. The backsplash and island are the most obvious uses of tile, both of which are designed to resist wear and tear…

Colorful and Iridescent Tile Mosaic

A unique tile mosaic is sure to have your guests talking. Versatile in size, style, and design, tile is the perfect material for jaw-dropping displays, such as this iridescent mosaic. Mosaics are popular for backsplashes in both the kitchen and the bathroom, but are also trending as a beautiful option for feature walls and fireplace…

Iridescent Tile Mosaic in Earth Tones

A unique tile mosaic is sure to have your guests talking. Versatile in size, style, and design, tile is the perfect material for jaw-dropping displays, such as this iridescent mosaic. Mosaics are popular for backsplashes in both the kitchen and the bathroom, but are also trending as a beautiful option for feature walls and fireplace…

White Subway Tile Backsplash

Tile can create the perfect backdrop for your treasures. Simple tile patterns add color and texture — a white tile with a slightly transparent look absorbs the light and illuminates the counter space, providing a soft backlight for everything on the counter. Even without objects on display, a tile wall like this adds depth to…

Ceramic Tile Wall With Paper Texture

Advances in ceramic tile manufacturing have achieved unique surface textures, designs, and even dimensional qualities, such as this tile that gives the impression of a paper wall. Imagine that! In fact, let your imagination run wild. Ceramic tile is available in an endless combination of shapes, sizes, colors, textures, and designs to make your decor…

Smooth Wall Tiles

Texture is one of the nicest parts about tile, since every tile can be molded to feel a different way. In this bathroom, the tiles look and feel like they’ve been slowly formed and softened by the ocean. Of course, tile is actually water-resistant and the perfect material to use in bathrooms. But the look…