They say it’s not the destination but the journey, and with stone-look ceramic tile stairs as beautiful as these, we’re prepared to journey wherever they lead to. Additionally, ceramic tile provides slip-resistant options appropriate for different applications.

Ceramic tile is water-resistant, making it the perfect choice to surround vanishing edge pools. This alabaster textured ceramic tile provides a surround that will withstand weather elements and still look stunning!

Now this is what we call a master bath, equipped with a curbless shower, a wraparound floating gauged porcelain tile counter, a unique backsplash design, and ceramic tile throughout in coordinating styles and shapes.

This bathroom backsplash features ceramic tile patterns for you to admire while you wash up. Arrange these designs randomly or in a specific order to take advantage of the ability to express your personal style with ceramic tile.

A beautiful entryway deserves gorgeous dark wood-look ceramic tile that protects your home from all the elements you (or your pets or kids) may drag in. Easy cleaning means this entryway remains something to look forward to every time you return home.

Slightly polished wood-look ceramic tile flooring in light brown hues creates a classic look for this contemporary home—a backdrop that will stand the test of time and outlive any passing fads.

Ceramic tile’s durable functionality means that you can create wood-look patios and pathways outdoors without the maintenance concerns associated with actual wood, such as fading and water damage.

This grayscale polygon ceramic tile pathway is giving the red carpet a monochromatic run for its money.

White marble-look ceramic tiles create a bright and energizing shower design that might just make you want to linger for a few minutes more.

This bathroom flooring takes the luxury level up a notch from the classic black and white checkered pattern to the opulent white and black marble-look ceramic tile.

Want to put a creative spin on classic subway tile? Opt for a light stone look ceramic tile instead of white and change things up, just like this bathroom backsplash.

White wood-look ceramic tile maintains the traditional design of hardwood while adhering to the space’s monochromatic color scheme.