They say opposites attract, and that’s certainly the case in this room. Peachy chevron wood-look tile leads up to dark and highly polished three-dimensional wall tile.

Love the look of brick fireplace surrounds? Brick-look small subway ceramic tile provides the added benefit of low maintenance and flame resistance.

Get the look of brick in any color you want with ceramic tile, whether the classic red brick or this contemporary charcoal small subway tile in a brick pattern . . . or something completely different. Ceramic tile offers you a huge variety to choose from.

Quarry tile in a matte black showcases glossy red mosaic tile, as well as contrasting the variation of square shapes.

D_SegniFloor – Blend M0UK Stella 8×8

We love a good tile pattern, and this one is no exception. Arabesque shapes in greige tones make for a flooring design that brings interest into spaces that may have limited decor.

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.

Diamonds are our best friend, and this gray and white diamond ceramic tile pattern especially strikes our fancy. A tile “rug” like this is a great way to add visual interest to your living space without the maintenance and hygiene concerns that actual carpets bring.

Two winning ingredients for an eye-catching ceramic tile kitchen backsplash: a deep blue tone in a herringbone pattern. Of course, a ceramic tile backsplash is more that good looks, you also get, stain-, water-, and flame-resistance!

Curbless showers call for a seamless tile transition from shower to bathroom flooring and a tile design that looks great throughout the entire space. This bathroom opts for a linen-like textured tile in a creamy shade.

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.

We spy three ceramic tile designs in this restroom—pearly textured tiles laid diagonally on one wall, a black tile grid on the other wall, and large dark marble-look tiles on the floor—all accented with rose gold fixtures and accessories for an elegant look, even in a public setting.