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Light reins in this living room thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows, beachy wood-look ceramic tile flooring, and a creamy terrazzo-look ceramic tile fireplace surround. Ceramic tile will not fade or melt from the heat of the sun (as some other flooring can), so let the sun shine in!
Specks of gold in this pastel green ceramic tile flooring lend just the right chic flair to an otherwise industrial showroom. Who doesn’t love a little gold?
Can’t choose between wood-look or terrazzo-look ceramic tile? Take this store’s approach and incorporate them both with a staggered transition. Staggered transitions are helpful to delineate areas of a room—or just when you want to jazz things up!
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.
Where should we look first? The concrete-look tile flooring and texture blue tile feature wall compete for our attention in this stylish lobby—a beautiful welcome for every guest.
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.
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.
A perfect design choice: The light color of this tile creates a bright atmosphere that pairs well with the paint and furniture colors, while the slight variation in the surface color adds visual interest and accents the dark cabinetry.
Have an open-concept home? Transitioning from one tile look to another can help you delineate specific areas while still maintaining an open floorplan. This flooring incorporates a “rug” accent of patterned tile that ties together all the kitchen elements: appliances, cabinetry, countertops, wall color, and backsplash.
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.
Want a cement look for your patio but worried about damage from water, fading, or freeze-thaw cycles? Ceramic tile can provide the exact look you’re imagining without any of these concerns. Plus, you have the vast options of ceramic tile’s colors and patterns to choose from for your ultimate outdoor space.
Curbless showers call for a seamless tile transition from shower to bathroom flooring and a tile design that looks great throughout the entire space. This bathroom opts for a linen-like textured tile in a creamy shade.
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 charcoal gray ceramic tile in a standard grid takes advantage of a slightly darker shade for grout to give a subtle emphasis to the orderly floor pattern.
Cement-look ceramic tile in two shades create an industrial urban atmosphere inside the office that matches the view without distracting.
Pair a concrete look with oversized irregular hexagon ceramic tiles and you have the magic that is this living room floor.