Want the design of full wall coverage without the extra maintenance issues wallpaper may require?

Large-format ceramic tiles with minimal grout lines allow ceramic tile to achieve a wallpapered look. At first glance, many tile installations with gauged porcelain tile panels/slabs look indistinguishable from wallpaper, but there are BIG differences:

When wallpaper begins to peel and lose its freshness, the durability and low maintenance of wallpapered-look ceramic tile keeps going strong — protecting and beautifying your home.

Bathroom With Silver Floral Tile

Upgrade your bathroom with a luxurious ceramic tile backsplash in a unique look, such as this silver floral tile pattern that creates a wallpaper look. Unlike wallpaper that can be damaged by water, this ceramic tile is water resistant and won’t change when exposed to water and steam.

Ceramic Tile Flooring in a Plaid Pattern

Plaid never goes out of style, as this living room flooring clearly proves. Using neutral tones keeps the pattern from becoming too busy, while printing the pattern diagonally across the tiles adds visual interest. Additionally, because color is baked into ceramic tile, you needn’t worry about this sunny location fading the tile over time.

Tile Flooring With an Intersecting Circle Pattern

Why choose just one ceramic tile design for your space when you could have two? The patterned tile with intersecting circles delineates the seating area, while a coordinating gray-brown tile is used for the rest of the space. This attention to design elevates the decor of this cafe from ordinary to EXTRAordinary.

Art Deco Mosaic Hexagon Tile Wal

As with an exquisite chandelier, these pearl and silver elongated mosaic hexagon tiles drip down the wall in an Art Deco-esque zigzag pattern. The pattern creates a wallpaper look but with the bonus of durability and easy cleaning you get with tile.