Gauged porcelain tile panels and slabs give you the option to create custom designs, so unique facades such as this are possible.

Custom-designed gauged porcelain tile slabs give you free rein over your building facade’s design, making your building as unique as your imagination.

A combination of colors, typography, soaring birds, stamps, barcodes, and other unusual designs, this custom-designed gauged porcelain tile facade is sure to turn heads.

How many stone looks can you spot in this kitchen? We spy white marble-look ceramic tile on one counter, black granite-look ceramic tile on the other, and beige stone-look tiles on the chevron backsplash.

Highly polished ‘greige’ ceramic tiles create a bathroom wall and floor that literally gleam with sophistication.

What catches your eye first: the warm wood-look ceramic tile flooring or the weathered gray patterned tile backsplash? We can’t decide either.

This bathroom’s feature wall utilizes wood-look ceramic tile in a twist on the traditional chevron pattern, complemented by a simpler running bond ceramic tile flooring pattern.

Entryway flooring needs to be able to stand up to everything you bring in from outside, including water, dirt, and grit. With water, stain, and scratch resistance, ceramic tile is a natural choice.

The gray wood-look ceramic tile in a herringbone pattern lends contemporary flair to a basement game room.

This space’s beauty lies with its flooring — a crosshatch pattern with wood-look ceramic tile in stark color contrasts.

For a simple twist on the classic subway tile design, this feature wall uses marble-look ceramic tile rather than plain white tiles.

A subtle marble-look design on this beige ceramic tile will have you leaning in closer to admire the detail.