Advances in technology allow manufacturers to create ceramic tile with any look, including natural looks such as stone, marble, granite, slate, terra cotta, wood, and more.

Whereas different natural materials may have varying levels of durability or suitability for specific applications, you always know what you’re getting with ceramic tile. Ceramic tile is resistant to water, fading, and freeze and thaw cycles, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Tile also makes maintenance easy, with stain, scratch, and bacteria resistance. On cleaning day, you can relax knowing that you just need to sweep and wipe your tile with water.

Your natural-looking tile options are as diverse as nature itself, so explore our natural tile ideas below to start dreaming up the perfect tile for your project.

Driftwood-Look Kitchen Tile Floor

A grand kitchen such as this one uses only the most naturally beautiful materials. The stately charm of the oiled woodwork and the stone chimney is echoed in the flooring. This driftwood-look ceramic tile adds a touch of rich color to the room that picks up the ocean view.

Moroccan-Look Kitchen Backsplash Tile

Moroccan-look tile gives this kitchen great style. Ceramic tile is a popular choice for kitchen backsplashes because it is water- and stain-resistant and easy to clean. With the variety of shapes available today, you can find the right style to help your kitchen make a statement of its own.

Round Countertop Tile

Think outside of the box! These marble-look ceramic tiles roll across the surface like so many coins. Even the grout forms and interesting shape! Ceramic tile is water-, mold-, mildew-, and bacteria-resistant, making it an ideal choice for kitchen and bathrooms, where moisture is likely.

Funky Green Wall Tile With Stone Accents

Mosaic squares of chartreuse tile give this kitchen an explosion of color. A strip of multicolored tiles ties the fixtures and backsplash together. One of the many benefits of ceramic tile is the variety of design options that you have when you’re designing your dream kitchen.

Multishaped Gray Wall Tiles

This unique backsplash unites the darks and lights in this modern kitchen. Ceramic tile is ideal to use for kitchen backsplashes because it’s easy to clean, resists stains, and is inhospitable to mold, mildew, and bacteria, as well as being water- and flame-resistant. Give your kitchen its own unique personality with the endless design possibilities…

Wavy Tiled Bar With a Stone-Look Tile Floor

What could be better than sipping wine on a rooftop bar at sunset? Well, if the bar looks as cool as this one, not a lot. Stone-look ceramic tile looks right at home, cozied up to the brick wall. The textured black tile of the bar echoes those bricks, but with textured pieces in ebony…

Iridescent Blue Tile Wall and Stone-Look Tile Floor

Unconventional is an understatement when it comes to this bathroom. Stone-look ceramic tile on the walls and floors combine with the rich golden hues in the wood to set the mood. Black river rock continues the natural feel, leading to the stainless steel tub that begs for someone to soak. The wonderful metallic mosaic tile…

Metallic and Stone-Look Ceramic Tile Bathroom

A vision in white, this bathroom makes the most of tile’s versatility. The half wall is elegantly dressed in a lovely ceramic tile with shiny metallic details that reflect the gold tones of the mirror and fixtures. Stone-look tile in shades of greige adds to the charm of this style, with breezy details such as…

Metallic Tiled Lobby with Stone Tile Floor

Glamorous means business in this elegant and modern lobby. Vertical silver ceramic tiles reflect the natural light and create the illusion of a bamboo screen, while the charcoal floor tiles keep the space grounded. Soft green paint and and plants make a cozy sitting area an oasis that your guests may not want to leave!…

Tiled Meeting Room

Light, paired with three-dimensional wall tile, is a key design element in this modern meeting space. The way light plays off 3-D tile will change based on your position in the room, so brightening and dimming the lights can have a dramatic effect. The light also plays nicely with all the sculptural elements used, from…

Distressed Stone Floor

If this floor could talk, it would likely say, “Come and sit a spell.” The gray and gold tones give the stone an oxidized look that lends a comfortable and solid feel. Every time of year will feel like a summer’s evening with the way the light plays off the colors of this ceramic throughout…

Marble-Look Tiled Bathroom

Light fills this spotless room, reflecting off all the surfaces and showing off the clean lines and modern aesthetic. Floor-to-ceiling marble-look ceramic tiles are the perfect option for the beautifully designed curbless shower. Without visual barriers, a curbless shower maximizes the usable space and instantly makes a bathroom appear larger. Water-resistant ceramic tile has a…

Lobby With Stone Floor

Soothing water and sleek stone combine with the warm colors of this lobby décor to create a truly unique space. Visitors will enjoy the cozy — yet attention-grabbing — ambiance of running water. Ceramic tile’s water-proof installation methods and slip-resistant options allow this to be a worry-free indoor feature. Pair this look with chic chairs…

Herringbone Wood-Look Tile Floor

A mix of materials and styles come together to make a harmonious room. Elegant ivory tones and dark wood make wonderful music together, and the lone adirondack chair seems right at home with the light wood-look tile flooring. Ceramic tile has so many design options, from wood-look to modern metallics, so you can make your…

Wood-Look Tiled Floor

This cozy corner makes you want to curl up with a good book and a cup of tea. A neutral color palette contrasts beautifully with the dark wood-look ceramic tile flooring. Ceramic tile is an ideal choice for flooring near a fireplace, being nonflammable, so the beauty of this floor is not interrupted by a…

Stone-Look Tile Living Room

Craftsman-inspired woodwork and cream-colored walls let the flooring in this living room be the masterpiece. Stone-look ceramic tile in large-format squares is a work of art, showing off variegated browns and golds. Ceramic tile’s fire-hardened surface is scratch-resistant and won’t fade, so this floor will keep its beauty for years.

Stone-Look Tiled Floor and Fireplace

This minimalist room makes maximum impact with lines and angles and a punch of red chimney. Yellow stone-look ceramic tile steps up to give an equally bold contrast, brightening the room. Smaller tiles wrap the fireplace in a multicolored grid for the finishing touch. Ceramic tile is nonflammable and doesn’t give off toxic fumes when…

Totally Tiled Kitchen

Stainless steel and dark wood cabinets are the backbone of this kitchen, giving a sleek, modern aesthetic to the room. The tile provides the room its personality, though, with variegated stone-look style. Note the clever use of size, where a smaller version of the floor tiles makes up the backsplash — details like this are…

Tiled Bathroom With a Wall of Niches

Who needs the spa when you can have a bathroom like this at home? Sand-colored tiles cover the floor and add trim accents throughout. The centerpiece of the room is the wall of niches, set aglow with candlelight, that becomes an architectural work of art. Ceramic tile provides a stunning array of design choices so…

Large Tiled Shower With a Window

The expanse of this unique shower echoes the wide open spaces seen through the window. Small square mosaic tiles in earth tones frame the window like a piece of art and contrast the desert landscape with the vibrancy of design. Tile is water-resistant and keeps mold, mildew, and bacteria at bay, making this style practical…