Ceramic tile — flooring that will stand up to science experiments and whatever else you throw at it. Color is baked right into ceramic tile so no worries about fading from the sun, or from cleansers. Likewise, ceramic tile is scratch and stain resistant to keep it looking brand new for decades.

Whether on the floor or the wall, ceramic tile in this spa is working hard while you are working out! Ceramic tile is bacteria resistant and options are available with antimicrobial properties that can suppress and even destroy harmful microorganisms, such as mold, fungi, bacteria, and viruses.

Not sure how to lay your ceramic tile? Staggering ceramic tiles such these oversized subway tile shapes adds visual interest to both floors and walls without becoming too distracting.

Classic meets glamour in this three-dimensional backsplash ceramic tile clad in both a bright metallic look and a white-marble look.

Glamorous metallic tile and classic white marble-look tile combine to create a one-of-a-kind tile backsplash.

Large white marble-look ceramic tile flooring adds to the bright and airy aesthetic of this open living space. Ceramic tile is an excellent choice for open floor plans because ceramic tile can be used in every room of your home.

Linen, marble, wood, and iron, oh, my! On trend! Easy cleaning and low maintenance mean that this white marble-look tile flooring will continue looking as pristine as it does now.

The subtleties in the color variation of this ceramic tile flooring recalls the look of rare giant gemstones.

Stacked subway tile in a white onyx look adds sophistication to this casual living room.

The look of rare gemstones is within reach with ceramic tile — per the example of this white onyx-look ceramic tile wall.

In a modern twist on the classic octagon and dot pattern, this floor tile grid utilizes black ceramic tiles to create octagons and squares in a one-of-a-kind floor pattern.

Veining that corresponds with the direction of the chevron tile pattern adds to the elegance of this ceramic tile flooring.