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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…

Living room with black marble-look tile flooring

Black Granite-Look Ceramic Tile Floor

Dark floors can be tricky to pull off, and not just because of the sharp contrast in colors. Whenever a darker shade is used, scuffs and scratches are accentuated. Ceramic tile, however, is scratch-resistant, taking away the fear of having long-term, glaring damage. The tiles in this room blend together seamlessly to give the appearance…

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…

Concrete-Look Ceramic Tiles in an Arrow Pattern

Ceramic tile allows you to be creative — no drab grays here! The floor looks like textured concrete at first glance, but the small grout spaces between the tiles show just how versatile the material can be. The wall also makes use of a concrete-look tile, only these tiles are designed to make an arrow…

Concrete-Look Wall Tiles

Textured to represent concrete or clay, these gray tiles shine brightly when the light hits, revealing every groove and line in the material. Even though the color is relatively neutral, the design is useful for projecting natural light further into rooms. The horizontal grooves also project length, making areas seem wider than they actually are.…

Durable Ceramic Tile for High-Traffic Rooms

Ceramic tile is a scratch-resistant material, one reason you often see it in busy, communal areas. Even furniture with metal legs or heavy ceramic pots won’t damage the floor. Ceramic tile is also low-maintenance, perfect for how much foot traffic a room like this is likely to see. Beyond its functional uses, tile is also…

Reflective Ceramic Tile

For a sleek and modern design, you can’t beat ceramic tile. Tile comes in a wide variety of styles, making it the perfect material for both floors and walls. For example, the tiles on the floor in this room are dark, with a soft texture. This reduces the amount of light reflected, softening the harshness…

Charcoal Ceramic Tile Floor and White Ceramic Tile Walls

As homes and buildings become increasingly modern, designers will need to find materials that work both as an accent and as a feature on their own. The charcoal-colored ceramic tiles on the floor have texture, and their real purpose is to bring a dark tone to the room, allowing for lighter colors to be used…

White Hexagon Tile Wall

Shapes and colors are the easiest ways to evoke big ideas and feelings. For example, the simple white hexagon tile pattern in this room evokes the sense of 1950s modernity, which has become a timeless style. The combination of dark and light colors, seen in the contrast of the wall and table, continue to flesh…

Black Granite-Look Tile Slabs

You are forgiven for mistaking this beautiful floor for granite slabs, a testament to how identical this beautiful ceramic tile looks. As an added bonus, tile is less expensive than costly granite floors and is easy to maintain and clean. Ceramic tile’s scratch-resistant surface also means that this bold design choice won’t show scratches or…

Ceramic Tile Slabs With a Hexagon Pattern

Ceramic tile slabs are highly versatile, letting you pick the perfect shade, color, and design for your personal project. Tile is also easy to maintain, making it an ideal option for large areas that see heavy foot traffic, such as floors, walls, outdoor spaces, and even ceilings in public buildings and galleries.

Textured Concrete-Look Tile

As gray tones continue to trend in commercial industrial decor, designers have been embracing the industrial look and applying it to home decor. These soft gray ceramic tiles emulate a rough concrete look, yet the color and texture pattern has a warm vibe that breaks up a long, monotonous slab. This shade of gray also…

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…

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…

Outdoor Iridescent Mosaic Tile

For truly stunning outdoor designs, tile provides options that are both visually beautiful and durable through freeze-thaw cycles to withstand any climate. Tile won’t fade in the sun and is resistant to water, mildew, mold, and bacteria, so it’s safe to water these plants without risking any damage to the tile.

Textured Brickwork Tile Mosaic in Blue Tones

Tile is available in an endless combination of sizes, shapes, textures, and colors to fit your every decor need. Thought tile was just for showers? Beautiful tile designs like this make tile a unique surface choice for every room of your home — from floors to walls, and even the ceiling!

Using Wall Tiles to Make a Room Look Bigger

Using horizontal designs visually widens a room, making your home seem bigger. This clever trick can be difficult to pull off, though, since few materials have a horizontal format. To achieve the look in this room, a beautiful blue mosaic wall and shelving form a decor feature.

Tile Wall With Multiple Colors and Textures

The versatility of ceramic tile is stunning, and often surprising, especially when a designer creates a style like this with multiple textures and colors combining in a way you would never have imagined. Up close, you can appreciate the subtle differences of each tile. From a distance, this combination may remind you of bamboo.

3D Wall Tiles

Look closer. A small ridge runs down the center of each of these ceramic tiles, projecting the center of the tile toward you. This ridge separates the two sides of the tile and influences how the light hits each side, making some parts seem lighter or darker than others. Each tile also has a different…