Sometimes, less is more. That’s the case in this living room, decked in a creamy white large subway tile fireplace surround and a coordinating tile grid for flooring.

This space shows the versatility of stone-look ceramic tile, from the beige stone-look tile grid flooring to the gray running bond stone-look wall tile. Each serves as a backdrop to greens, blacks, and reds, and, of course, the beautiful view.

Create a stylish patio with a material that stands up to the elements and continues looking new for decades. Stone-look ceramic and porcelain tile such as this are a popular option for outdoor living areas because of durability and stylish choices.

A curbless shower is a great opportunity to show off a beautiful ceramic tile design such as this beige stone-look tile that is used throughout the bathroom in coordinating shapes.

Ceramic tile’s water resistance and incredible durability make it ideal for numerous outdoor uses, including facades and outdoor floor tile.

When you won’t settle for anything less than the best, ceramic tile is an obvious choice for combining beautiful designs such as this stone-look ceramic tile with incredible durability and functional benefits.

A classic look paired with a modern floor type: Wood-look ceramic tile flooring combines the best of wood’s aesthetics with the functional and low-maintenance benefits of ceramic tile.

Worried about this gorgeous wood flooring getting ruined outdoors? We aren’t — wood-look ceramic tile’s water resistance holds up in any space inside or outside your home.

Flooring so beautiful you’ll want to admire it up close — modern technology allows wood-look ceramic tile flooring to be designed with any colors and graining you want.

What’s more eye-catching, the cupcakes or the multicolored mosaic tile backsplash in a brickwork pattern? The random color combination creates delicious interest for a one-of-a-kind look!

Various polygon shapes combine in white and silver hues to create a a unique mosaic tile full-wall backsplash design.

Hexagons, anyone? Shades of white and blue combine to create this playful mosaic tile flooring.