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.

You Can Never Have Too Many Tiles

How many stone looks can you spot in this kitchen? We spy white marble-look ceramic tile on one counter, black granite-look ceramic tile on the other, and beige stone-look tiles on the chevron backsplash.

Modern Herringbone and Grid Bathroom Tile

How do you decorate large, open-concept bathrooms? When you use ceramic tile, you barely have to. The white and blue tiles on the walls provide the style direction. Blue is perfect for bathrooms for its calming nature. Combined with the white tile and organized in the herringbone pattern, this tile is reminiscent of East Coast…

Stone-Look Master Bedroom Flooring

When it comes to choosing a master bedroom flooring material, ceramic tile offers a few clear benefits over other materials. Ceramic tile is resistant to scuffs and scratches, so heavy wooden and metal furniture isn’t going to damage the floor. Also, ceramic tile is incredibly easy to maintain, so you won’t need to clean the…

Scale-Look Blue Mosaic Backsplash Tile

In this kitchen, the backsplash is composed of tiles that look like scales, stacked on top of one another. Flowing upward, these tiles give the sense of movement. The varying shades of blue give the effect of light hitting moving water, with some parts glimmering while others remain a deep blue. The result is a…

River Rock Textured Mosaic Tile

Ceramic tile captures the beauty of both the sky and the ocean in this delightful mosaic. Because of ceramic tile’s limitless design versatility, any style is possible, including combinations of tile colors, textures, sizes, shapes, and even dimensions. Regardless of size, ceramic tile is mold, mildew, bacteria, and water-resistant, plus, available in slip- resistant options…

Iridescent blue mosaic tiles with origami cranes on top

Whimsical Blue Ceramic Tile Mosaic

Ceramic tile captures the beauty of both the sky and the ocean in this delightful mosaic. Because of ceramic tile’s limitless design versatility, any style is possible, including combinations of tile colors, textures, sizes, shapes, and even dimensions. Regardless of size, ceramic tile is mold-, mildew-, bacteria-, and water-resistant, and is available in slip- resistant…

Contemporary Geometric Bathroom Tile

An excellent feature of tile is the way different shapes can combine to form a beautiful design. In this bathroom, a combination of hexagon and rhombus tiles form a geometric background to the sink and mirror, drawing the eyes to the middle of the room. Ceramic tile is water-resistant and comes in slip-resistant options, making…