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This wall tile with an oxidized metal effect channels warehouse vibes — perfect for this industrial-chic space.
This distressed wood-look tile makes for an attention-grabbing living room feature wall.
A vertical grid with variegated matte tiles in grayscale makes for an office feature wall that’s both muted and bold.
We love how every tile in this black feature wall looks distressed in its own unique way.
White wood-look tile flooring in a worn and distressed look creates a beach house vibe.
Do you normally think of gray when you imagine natural stone? These stone-look tile designs in peachy-pink and cream with green undertones prove that any look is possible with ceramic tile.
Tired of traditional hardwood? Take this living room’s lead and mix things up with you own personal expression — a one-of-a-kind pattern of gray wood-look ceramic tile.
Warm stone-look tile in a neutral caramel hue gives a double meaning to the phrase “office with a view.” And, if this space pulls double duty as your living room, there’s no loss of style or efficiency to transition after you clock out.
This wood-look tile flooring maintains the living room’s gray color scheme while adding just the right amount of warmth to the space’s cool palette, suitable for serving double-duty as a work-from-home space, too.
Promote focus in your office with a soothing stone-look ceramic tile design—that also keeps you from having to do overtime with easy cleaning and stain and bacteria resistance.
Set the mood with wood-look ceramic tile in a smokey gray-brown. Lighter furniture and accents contrast well with the flooring and lighten the space. Earthen tones “ground” the space for any color accent (forgive the pun).
Wondering how this floor looks so pristine? Ceramic tile is resistant to stains, scratches, fading, and bacteria growth and is easy to clean in a few simple steps, perfect for busy homes and commercial spaces.
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…
Hotel lobbies require a flooring material that can stand up to busy foot traffic. Ceramic tile like this gorgeous slate-look design is resistant to scratches, stains, and wear and tear from visitors to keep its good looks for decades. The extended life of a ceramic tile floor also means less repair and replacement than many…
With ceramic tile, you can create a marble look in spaces with heavy foot traffic (such as a library) without fear of wear and tear.
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.
When you won’t settle for anything less than the best, ceramic tile is an obvious choice for combining beautiful designs such as this stone-look ceramic tile with incredible durability and functional benefits.
This stylish three-dimensional tile is all angles and shadows with white pyramids jutting out in slender columns.