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.

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…

Honey Stone-Look Tile Living Room

You might be sinking into quicksand or a hazy mirage, or you might just be losing yourself in this dreamy, honey-swirled stone-look ceramic tile. The feeling’s likely much the same, but the benefits of ceramic tile are grounded firmly in reality: water, scratch, stain, fade, slip, and bacteria resistance — plus the versatile design options…

Stone Lobby Elevator

Handsome brown ceramic tile in large squares grants this elevator lobby a grounded feel. The rich color and muted marbling lend the tile a look almost like leather. Planters that look like pleated fabric add to this trompe l’œil. Details such as the smaller mosaic square tiles that lead up to the elevator lend just…

All-Over Stone-Look Tile Living Room

What is the highlight of this room, the massive crystal chandelier, or the pristine stone-look floor and wall? Only ceramic tile could give such a chandelier a run for its money, with design options to satisfy any style, durability that will outlast everything else in the room (think water, stain, scratch, and fade resistance and…

Coastal Living Room Tile

If you’re looking for a flooring that says simple, back-to-nature living while still looking polished, you’ve found it. It helps that this living room is surrounded by treetops, giving it a classy treehouse vibe, but this light wood-look ceramic tile flooring pulls a lot of the weight. It’s a great choice functionally, too, since ceramic…

Eclectic Living Room With Ceramic Tile Flooring

Give a trendy, ultra-modern living room like this a classic and versatile flooring option, such as ceramic tile. This stone-look grid will look great even when trends change, so redecorating down the road won’t be a problem. Plus, with incredible durability (think scratch, stain, water, and fade resistance), ceramic tile will outlast all the design…

Stone-Look Tile Living Room Floor

This stone-look living room floor shows how luxurious natural can be. With both light and dark accents, the stone pattern ties together the white suede couches and brown tables nicely, creating a cohesive look. The horizontal rectangular grid visually amplifies the already large room; but although plenty of open floorspace is available, you wouldn’t want…

Meeting Room Stone Floor

Who said meeting rooms had to be boring? The colorfully striped walls and blue tabletops do their part in distancing this space from typical drab conference areas, but the tile flooring drives their efforts home. Not overly distracting, the flooring pairs well with the attention-grabbing front wall, yet still pulls off an interesting look of…

Victorian Bathroom With Wood-Look Tile Flooring

You might think you’ve just stepped back in time to the Victorian era when you enter this bathroom. The high-backed clawfoot tub in the center of the room allows you to bathe in both water and sunlight, under a glittery chandelier. Just like in turn-of-the-century bathrooms, this one has ceramic tile flooring, but with the…

Beige Kitchen Stone-Look Tile Floor

Country chic is alive and well in this generously sized kitchen. Stone-look ceramic tile takes center stage, with a sandstone design that runs this way and that as the tiles flow across the floor. The backsplash for the stove echoes the design of the floor in a smaller, textured version of tile. Ceramic tile is…

Modernistic Kitchen With a Wood-Look Tile Floor

Open the pod bay doors, Hal, so we can get a better view of this modernistic kitchen that’s out of this world! The wood-look floors in ceramic tile bring you back to earth. The versatility of ceramic tile and its mission of health, easy care, durability, sustainability, and endless design options prove ceramic tile goes…

White Kitchen Cabinets & Wood-Look Tile Flooring

Black and white and stainless all over — that’s what great kitchens are made of. White cabinets provide an open feel to this clean and bright kitchen. The large-format squares of ceramic tile provide a wood look to the floor, without the maintenance that wood requires. Ceramic tile is an easy-to-clean flooring option that is…

Outdoor Seating Area With Stone-Look Ceramic Tile

What a dramatic setting! With the city lit up below and a warm fire crackling in the corner, dining here is an experience you won’t soon forget. The golden tones of the room are subtly echoed in the stone-look ceramic tile flooring and help ground the space, which seems ready to launch. Ceramic tile is…

Stone Floor Store

Urban stone look ceramic tile reflects urban fashion, calling patrons inside from the busy mall. Any brand can be expressed with the variety of shapes, colors, and textures available with ceramic tile. And, the shopping bargain is realized with ceramic tile’s durability and easy maintenance. Ceramic tile offers both the lowest carbon footprint of flooring…