Follow the example of this open-concept space and keep things simple but interesting with light gray variegated ceramic tile.

Let the sun shine in! Color is baked right into this dark gray wood-look ceramic tile and will not fade from the sun (as some other flooring materials can). This ceramic tile puts a spin on the traditional hardwood look, giving the living room a modern edge.

Anyone who knows their stones knows that it’s a basaltine-look ceramic tile that’s leading us from one living area to the next in this open floor plan.

Basaltine-look ceramic tile in a light gray creates the bright and airy mood in this upscale living room.

Chunky ceramic tile terrazzo looks are making a big comeback in decor. This trending style gives a bold texture and durability to an urban cafe and offers ceramic tile’s benefits: water-, flame-, scratch-, dent-, stain-, mold-, and bacteria resistance!

Cement-look ceramic tile in two shades create an industrial urban atmosphere inside the office that matches the view without distracting.

Oversized square ceramic tiles, high polish, in a cross hatch (basketweave pattern) create an innovative wood-look tile flooring design.

Handsome sophistication such as this restaurant calls for equally attractive flooring, and this dramatic, dark wood-look ceramic tile rises to the challenge.

For flooring that looks great while also standing up to all of your store’s foot traffic, look no further than ceramic tile.

Shopping malls require their flooring and its style to stand the test of time. With gorgeous options such as this stone-look ceramic tile and incredible durability, ceramic tile is the answer.

A mix of ceramic tile sizes and shapes offers a subtle feature that makes this sandy stone-look ceramic tile flooring unique and contemporary with a fresh and understated design that will never go out of style.