Terrazzo-look ceramic tile is becoming an increasingly popular choice for both indoor and outdoor spaces. Here, it adds a gravel-like design to this patio area and provides all the durability and easy maintenance of ceramic tile.

The blues and whites in this dining area create a luxurious seaside vibe that’s further enhanced by the sandy textured ceramic tile flooring and ceramic tile feature wall.

Rooms with neutral color schemes rely on texture to create visual interest, which is why this textured ceramic tile is such a fitting choice.

You might think that it’s carpet in this living room at first glance, but it’s actually textured ceramic tile, which means that it’s also water-, stain-, and bacteria-resistant as well as hypoallergenic.

This space features textured ceramic tile in a herringbone pattern that stands out with a memorable style statement and stands up to just about anything.

Carpet in the kitchen? Don’t worry — this is actually textured ceramic tile, meaning that it’s both water- and stain-resistant (and free of the harmful allergens that carpet harbors).

For a modern interpretation of the classic black and white checkerboard flooring, swap black for gray and add a textured look to ceramic tile.

These multicolored textured ceramic tiles in a herringbone pattern provide all of the visual interest of carpet (and more), but none of carpet’s allergenicity concerns.

With a large rectangle grid next to the typical running bond pattern, this polished gray wood-look ceramic tile proves that not all wood looks are the same.

The biggest favor you can do yourself is to choose a water-, stain-, and bacteria-resistant material for your public restroom, such as ceramic tile. Not to mention this tile comes in a variety of stunning designs?

Dark gray stone-look ceramic tile in multiple sizes and a unique layout pattern create an impressive flooring design for this waiting room.

Lobbies and gathering spaces stand out for style and functionality with ceramic tile in a dark stone-look finish.