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.

Marble-Look Tile Floor and Tile Slab Wall With a Leaf Pattern

Bring peace and relaxation into your home with tile. Bathrooms — which are subject to daily moisture — have taken advantage of tile’s water-resistant nature for years. Designers can now customize tile more than ever. The wall and floor in this bathroom are a marble-look tile that flows continuously across the room. The back wall,…

Modern Hexagon Floor Tiles and Tile Wall Panels

Get that perfect modern look in your home with tile. Ceramic tile is highly customizable and versatile, making it an ideal material for floors and walls. The ceramic flooring in this room is a combination of black and white tiles with the white accentuating the black hexagons. Because tile is a durable material, the metal…

Zigzag Ceramic Tile Mosaic

Turn something basic into something extraordinary with ceramic tile. The zigzag pattern on this corner transforms the wall into a piece of art. The longer you look at this pattern, the more you find to appreciate.

Stylish Kitchen Island Tile

This kitchen island puts the versatility of ceramic tile on full display. Beyond the usefulness of having waterproof, low-maintenance, and easy-to-clean surfaces in the kitchen, tile makes up the majority of the aesthetic here. The backsplash and island are the most obvious uses of tile, both of which are designed to resist wear and tear…

Colorful and Iridescent Tile Mosaic

A unique tile mosaic is sure to have your guests talking. Versatile in size, style, and design, tile is the perfect material for jaw-dropping displays, such as this iridescent mosaic. Mosaics are popular for backsplashes in both the kitchen and the bathroom, but are also trending as a beautiful option for feature walls and fireplace…

Outdoor Iridescent Mosaic Tile

For truly stunning outdoor designs, tile provides options that are both visually beautiful and durable through freeze-thaw cycles to withstand any climate. Tile won’t fade in the sun and is resistant to water, mildew, mold, and bacteria, so it’s safe to water these plants without risking any damage to the tile.

Unique Bathroom Tile Mosaics

Tile pairs beautifully with tile, as proven by this eloquent bathroom. A traditional tile pattern is used on the walls to protect them from water damage, and an intricate pattern of tiles is used as a feature behind the sinks. Tile comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, letting you experiment with your…

Textured Brickwork Tile Mosaic in Blue Tones

Tile is available in an endless combination of sizes, shapes, textures, and colors to fit your every decor need. Thought tile was just for showers? Beautiful tile designs like this make tile a unique surface choice for every room of your home — from floors to walls, and even the ceiling!

Using Wall Tiles to Make a Room Look Bigger

Using horizontal designs visually widens a room, making your home seem bigger. This clever trick can be difficult to pull off, though, since few materials have a horizontal format. To achieve the look in this room, a beautiful blue mosaic wall and shelving form a decor feature.

Ceramic Tile Wall With Paper Texture

Advances in ceramic tile manufacturing have achieved unique surface textures, designs, and even dimensional qualities, such as this tile that gives the impression of a paper wall. Imagine that! In fact, let your imagination run wild. Ceramic tile is available in an endless combination of shapes, sizes, colors, textures, and designs to make your decor…

Glossy Gray Subway Tiles

These ceramic tiles glisten their elongated subway tile style. A twist on the time-honored favorite, this design incorporates a slight texture, gloss finish, and a calming gray hue to create a new look.

Oxidized and Iridescent Wall Tiles

Oxidized AND iridescent? This ceramic tile has it all, offering an interesting variation on basic black that’s at home in any room of your house. Ceramic tile’s waterproof assembly and flame-resistant qualities mean you can use this tile equally as well in your shower or as a backsplash in your kitchen.

Dark 3D Hexagon Tiles

Tile can bring any aesthetic you have in mind to life. These hexagon tiles have a raised division down the middle that adds texture to the wall while introducing an array of colors created by the way the light hits the angle of each tile. The shades of the tiles will change with an adjustment…

Beige Gauged Porcelain Tile Slabs

Achieve visual uniformity with ceramic tile. This cafe uses gauged porcelain tile slabs for the floor and wall, giving the room a sleek, modern, and super clean look. One reason to use ceramic tile in a busy cafe is for tile’s durability. Tile is resistant to stains, scuffs, and scratches, so the metal tables and…

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…

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…

Durable Cement-Look Tile Floor

Ceramic tile is one of the most durable materials you can use in your home. Resistant to scuffs and scratches, tile is also one of the longest-lasting materials. Another benefit of tile is that it’s low-maintenance and water-resistant, so any spills can be cleaned easily. Durability and beauty make tile floors, like this cement-look floor,…