Gray wood-look ceramic tile reminds us of beachside boardwalks — the perfect addition for beach house interior decor. PLUS, ceramic tile’s water-resistance and scratch-resistance is just what you need to protect against what is tracked in from surfside.

Warm stone-look tile in a neutral caramel hue gives a double meaning to the phrase “office with a view.” And, if this space pulls double duty as your living room, there’s no loss of style or efficiency to transition after you clock out.

Compare and contrast and you’ll notice that these two tile designs take their grout colors choices from each other. With ceramic tile, the details are in the design. Choose your grout color to either highlight or de-emphasize the shape or pattern of your ceramic tile.

This french-country style kitchen calls for a classic stone-look ceramic tile floor and backsplash. Ceramic tile’s stain resistance and easy cleaning ensures that this kitchen will continue looking emaculate. Pièce de résistance!

This wood-look tile flooring maintains the living room’s gray color scheme while adding just the right amount of warmth to the space’s cool palette, suitable for serving double-duty as a work-from-home space, too.

Want to make a style statement in your kitchen? An Art Nouveau pattern is sure to turn eyes, and ceramic tile’s scratch, stain, and water resistance will ensure that it continues looking great for decades.

They say that nature inspires simplicity, and this bedroom is proof. A single light wood-look tile for both the flooring and walls paired with minimal furniture in a neutral palette lets the scenery outside steal the show.

Bring nature indoors with pine-look ceramic tile. Using the same material for both the flooring and walls creates a minimalistic backdrop against which the furniture’s rich colors and textures pop.