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.

Golden Stone-Look Ceramic Tile

Golden light casts a warm and cozy ambiance in this living room. The stone-look ceramic tile of the flooring and fireplace wall seem to soak up the light. Ceramic tile is also an ideal choice for fireplaces because it is resistant to fire and won’t emit toxic chemicals when exposed to flame.

Stone-Look Ceramic Tile Office

This ceramic tile flooring uses patterns cleverly to delineate spaces. A refreshing use of ceramic is seen on the walls of the office, with a stone-look tile that complements the palette. Ceramic tile is a fresh choice, with green-certified products that have a positive impact on the environment and society.

Ceramic Tile With a Twirl Design

This work of art is brought to you, not by a freshly sanded slice of wood, but by ceramic tile. The technology of today meets the art of the past to produce this design superstar! With technology such as digital imaging, today’s ceramic tile is produced with any color, texture, and design imaginable. From wood…

Salon Waiting Room

Stepping into this salon transports you to a true urban forest. Classic running bond wood-look tile lengthens the room; and long, vertical panels of more rustic wood-look tile heightens the room. Your eyes are led by the texture of the tile, up the Dr. Seuss-esque tree painted on the column of the hanging teardrop lights,…

Dining Room Wood-Look Ceramic Tile Floor

Flowers and lace add a touch of romance to this eating area, while the wood-look flooring made of ceramic tile adds some common sense to the mix. Ceramic tile blends style and durability for the best of both worlds, which means that you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other. Tile is made to…

Wood-Look Floor With Orange Wall

While orange may not be the new black when it comes to home decor, the warm hue provides a stunning backdrop for this living room. Shades of brown complement the boldly colored wall with a comfy softness. The ceramic tile flooring finishes off the look with a clean, wood-look style. Ceramic tile provides easy care…

Living Room Ceramic Tile Wall With Accents

Modern living reflects an appreciation of clean lines and sensible style. This living room embraces the 21st century with rich chocolate brown and bright, wood-look ceramic tile flooring. The sensible choice for modern flooring is ceramic tile, durable and stain-, water-, and scratch-resistant with design options that suit any style.

Large Beige Floor Tiles

A rich cocoa-colored wall brings sophistication and warmth to this living room. The modern recliner in luxurious brown leather is ready and waiting for someone to settle in and relax, perhaps to read. The ceramic tile flooring in a leather-looking beige continues the elegance in large-format squares. Ceramic tile has a wide variety of design…

Wood-Look Tile Bathroom Floor

With a bathtub like this, soaking in the sun takes on new meaning. Wouldn’t you just love to sink up to your neck in this deep tub and let all your worries float away? Don’t worry if the water spills onto the floor, because although it looks like wood, this ceramic tile flooring is water-resistant…

Marble-Look Tile Bathroom With Accents

The beauty of this bathroom is in the unique details. A glass sink sits atop a dark wood vanity with a striking wood grain. The faucet rises from the ground rather than behind the sink for a modern look. The beautiful veining of the marble-look ceramic tiled wall provides a natural decoration that is highlighted…

Pinwheel Tiled Shower Floor

The classic pinwheel pattern that was very popular in the 1920s and 1930s takes a modern spin. Originally seen only in black and white, these stone-look ceramic tiles are a natural beauty in earth tones. Ceramic tile offers a variety of slip-resistant options that make it ideal for the bathroom, especially the shower.

Stone-Look Curbless Shower

The glass walls of a spacious curbless shower give this bathroom an expansive feeling that is simply elegant. Curbless showers are a trending design feature that not only maximize the usable space in a bathroom, but also provide an accessible bathing option for everyone. Without the barrier of a tub or curb, curbless showers are…

Salon Stone Look

The classic square shape of this ceramic tile hearkens back to yesteryear while still being modern. Mixing large and small tiles is an unexpected detail, and the earth tones are an updated take on the classic white. Monochromatic furnishings allow the tile to have all of the attention, and does it ever. With the sun…

Modern Italian Exterior

Bring the beauty and versatility of ceramic tile outside for a change. Rectangular wood-look tile gives this building a neat and orderly curb appeal. The rich color of the tile won’t fade, and with its easy care, will last for decades. Ceramic tile lets you combine the old-world charm of wood with modern aesthetics and…

Reception Area Stone Floor

Light fills this space, which is elegantly appointed with stone-textured ceramic floor tile and a mosaic feature wall — a stunning pattern of white ceramic tiles that shine without distracting. With a reception like this, you may not mind if you had to wait all day.

Elegant Lobby Stone Tile

As you take a seat in this lobby, you finally realize what the term “blank slate” really means. You sink into one of the plush cream couches, and the room’s clean tones wash away the stress of your day, allowing you to focus on the present moment and present space. The elegant stone tile occupies…

Multicolored Exterior

Think buildings are boring? Varying sizes of vertical and horizontal rectangle tile fit together with a puzzle-like complexity, making it clear that consistency isn’t necessary for cohesiveness. These brightly colored window frames add pops of color to the monochromatic design and establish a truly fun facade. Fun doesn’t mean high-maintenance, though — with ceramic tile,…

Coastal Tile Floor

If you mistook this floor for a wind-swept beach, you would be forgiven. With palm trees just outside the glass walls, the stone-look ceramic tile takes on the look of sand that has been blown this way and that. The ability to look like other materials is one of the many features of ceramic tile…

Exterior Stone Tile

This company means business, and they’ve made sure everyone knows that by making clean-cut stone tile the defining characteristic of their facade. The exterior utilizes three different colors and a mix of horizontal and vertical rectangular tiles to keep things interesting, and all of these elements enjoy the low maintenance and durability of ceramic tile.…

Modern Living Area With Wood-Look Tile

A sunny veranda sets the mood for this living room, shedding light on the situation. Wood-look ceramic tile echoes the furniture and framing with plank-shaped flooring that you would swear is pine. Ceramic tile is the versatile choice for flooring with an unimaginable amount of design options, and long-lasting beauty with minimal care. Tile has…