Open-Concept Room With Concrete and Wood-Look Tile

An open bedroom like this can use tile for the floor, ceiling, and balcony, all while maintaining a modern, industrial, and cohesive look. On the floor, large slabs of tile are used to resemble concrete, while the tiles on the narrow wall and ceiling resemble wood. Ceramic tile is ideal for open-concept spaces that transition…

Wood-Look and Cement-Look Tile

Ceramic tile is available in an endless combination of sizes, colors, textures, and designs to provide exactly the look you desire. The gray wood-look tiles on the near wall in this room are textured, resembling wood in look and feel. Tile with a cement look is used on the floor, and large, vertical tiles are…

Cement-Look Tile Floor and Wood-Look Tile Wall

Want a modern industrial look? In this room, you see ceramic tile being used in two different ways. On the wall, the tile adds texture to the room with a rugged wood look. The floor uses larger ceramic tile slabs to emulate smooth, concrete floors for that warehouse vibe. Ceramic tile is also resistant to…

Honey Herringbone Wood-Look Tile Floor

Capture a stunning wood-look pattern in your home with ceramic tile. This room shows off a honey-colored herringbone wood-look ceramic tile floor that makes all other decor secondary. This pristine look is also easy to maintain with ceramic tile’s resistance to scuffs, dents, stains, and scratches.

White and Gray Textured Herringbone Tile

Say goodbye to boring, allergy-inducing lobby carpet — ceramic tile is the new go-to option. This alternating white and gray herringbone pattern is much more interesting, and even has a carpet-like texture. Unlike carpet, however, tile has an impervious, fire-hardened surface that won’t trap allergens or bacteria, stain, get water damage, or give off smoke…

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Drift into this cafe and note the floor pattern . . . a purposeful use of ceramic tile’s size and shape options. In this case, a trio of weathered wood look ceramic planks is laid in a strip alternating with large format tile to create an unparalleled design. This beautiful example of a designer’s vision…

Running Bond Stone-Look Kitchen Floor Tile

Big, bright, and beautiful are duly accented by this charcoal stone-look floor laid in a running bond pattern. And yes, we can envision running through this kitchen (or maybe riding a big wheel), but being stopped by its brilliance. Notice how the natural textures and subtle colors of the room have beautifully amplified the view,…

Stone-Look Herringbone Kitchen Floor Tile

Grab a drink and mosey up to the bar! Don’t worry about scratches as you pull up a barstool. These stone-look ceramic tile planks resist ages of heavy wear, scratches, and scuffs! The herringbone pattern of the floor is subtly reminiscent of some C-level’s suit, but don’t worry, boss — it’s stylish without being pretentious.…

Wood-Look Parquet Tile

You “wooden” know it, but this shower will stand up to all the water you throw at it. With the wood-look parquet tile walls and flooring, you might feel like you’re taking a shower in a well-appointed cabin. Ceramic tile is the best choice for bathrooms with its resistance to water, mildew, mold, and bacteria.…

Smokey Dining Room Wood-Look Flooring

When you need a kitchen floor to back you up and stand up to constant use, ceramic tile is it. This kitchen is the picture of nostalgic style combined with modern technology. Rustic cutting boards, a wooden table and bench, and wood-look flooring evoke memories of a simpler time; yet the fact that the flooring…

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The variation of plank sizes and the offset grid pattern give this neutral wood look ceramic tile the edge to compliment bold furnishings and colors. When you need a flooring choice for “anything goes,” ceramic tile meets the need with choices in colors and shapes but also variations in sizes that give designs a one-of-a-kind…

Large Tiled Wall

Maintaining visual interest can be a challenge in such a large scale room. To avoid repetition on this expansive wall surface, this designer chose multiple colorways from a single tile line, and had them laid in a randomly-colored brick pattern. The coordinating dark floor tile give the dark moodiness the lobby needed, and can easily…