The look of natural stone and the versatile design options and low-maintenance benefits of ceramic tile combine in stone-look tile.

Technological advances allow manufacturers to create ceramic tile in any natural stone look and texture, making it easy to create the look of stones that are rare or hard to find. Whether you want your tile to look like sleek marble, bold granite, or rustic flagstone or slate, the perfect stone-look tile for your home or business is out there.

Because ceramic tile is water-resistant, you can use stone-look tile both indoors and outdoors. Consider creating a stone pathway in your front or backyard, stone-look tile patio, stone-look fireplace surround, or stone-look tile flooring. Stone-look tile will help you create a natural and homey feel for any application, while also lending ceramic tile’s stain and scratch resistance and slip-resistant options.

Our Design Gallery contains plenty of stone-look tile inspiration for your project, and you can find more stone-look tile ideas on our Pinterest board.

Sand-Colored Stone-Look Tile Floor

Bath time can be a soothing ritual that transports you to your favorite place. These sand-colored stone-look tiles evoke your own private beach. The durable surface of ceramic tile is resistant to water, mold, mildew, and bacteria, letting you relax with peace of mind.

Cream Tiled Floor With Accents

These large, square ceramic floor tiles are simply elegant. Tucked into a ribbon of smaller, darker tile is wonderful textural detail that adds a touch of personality to this seating area. Tile varieties run from small mosaic to large-format panels/slabs. With the wide range of durable and fade-resistant textures and patterns, you can find the…

Stone-Look Ceramic Tile Patio

Take the beauty, durability, and low maintenance of ceramic tile outside. This stone-look ceramic tile flows out over the patio area, with a deco-inspired pattern. The patio, with the varying sizes of tile, shows off its cubist style to the sun. With a durable, fire-baked surface, ceramic tile will not fade in the sun and…

Brown Contemporary Tiled Bathroom

Earthy tones of brown and cream give this bathroom an indulgent feeling. With its glass wall, the shower opens up the room, maximizing the use of space. The continuity of ceramic tile throughout the room adds to the spacious feeling. Smaller squares line the floor of the shower, adding texture while maintaining the style of…

Cream Tiled Bathroom

This bathroom is a retreat from hectic day-to-day life, with soothing colors and breezy floor-to-ceiling windows. The creamy ceramic tiles brighten the room and give it a seamless look. Ceramic tile offers health benefits for bathrooms, including nonslip options, as well as water, mold, mildew, and bacteria resistance. Beauty, luxury, and health all come together…

Cream Stone Tiled Floor Hotel

Welcome guests with this high fashion, easy-to-maintain ceramic tile in dreamy shades of cream. A subtle marble look adds interest to the soothing monochromatic silhouette. Ceramic tile works effortlessly in the bedroom area as well as the bath to create an undisturbed, tailored profile. Resistance to scratches, moisture, heat, and fading make ceramic tile a…

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…

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.