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…