One of the winning attributes of ceramic tile is its ability to look like other materials. For example, the ceramic tile on this wall looks like pieces of dark marble, bordered by thinner white marble pieces. However, this entire wall is ceramic tile. Not only is this tile pattern great for the room’s aesthetic, but…

Tile doesn’t just add a nice design to a normal wall — ceramic tile has depth, and that adds an extra dimension. On this wall, white and gray hexagonal ceramic tiles make a clean design on the wall, but things get interesting where the tile ends. Instead of running tile up the entire wall, the…

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Optical illusion or dimensional? At first glance, determining what this wall is made of is nearly impossible. This tile, reminiscent of origami, has a cleverly textured surface that catches the light on fractured planes. As a result, some tiles have a kaleidoscope aesthetic while other tiles seem to sink into the wall.

Humans are drawn to nature, whether that be through plants, the painting of the landscape on the wall, or the tile that surrounds the fireplace. The tile in this room, aptly referred to as bamboo garden, projects the growing, winding nature of plants such as bamboo.

Crisp angles are the first thing that people may notice about this tile feature wall. These tile pieces use their edges and varying colors to create an ensemble of greens with splashes of gray and brown. The colors used on this tile wall work well with earth toned decor, some of which can be seen…

Multiple styles of tile are at play in this diagonal installation, all of which work together to create this truly incredible feature wall. Installations such as this show you just how versatile tile can be, especially when using a combination of shapes, colors, sizes, and textures.