Ceramic tile is available in an endless combination of sizes, colors, textures, and designs to provide exactly the look you desire. The gray wood-look tiles on the near wall in this room are textured, resembling wood in look and feel. Tile with a cement look is used on the floor, and large, vertical tiles are…

Want a modern industrial look? In this room, you see ceramic tile being used in two different ways. On the wall, the tile adds texture to the room with a rugged wood look. The floor uses larger ceramic tile slabs to emulate smooth, concrete floors for that warehouse vibe. Ceramic tile is also resistant to…

Ceramic tile is one of the most durable materials you can use in your home. Resistant to scuffs and scratches, tile is also one of the longest-lasting materials. Another benefit of tile is that it’s low-maintenance and water-resistant, so any spills can be cleaned easily. Durability and beauty make tile floors, like this cement-look floor,…

Capture a stunning wood-look pattern in your home with ceramic tile. This room shows off a honey-colored herringbone wood-look ceramic tile floor that makes all other decor secondary. This pristine look is also easy to maintain with ceramic tile’s resistance to scuffs, dents, stains, and scratches.

This backsplash uses small hexagon ceramic tiles with a shell iridescent sheen to protect this kitchen wall. Ceramic tile is water-, stain-, scratch-, dent-, bacteria-, and fire-resistant to form an ideal (and beautiful) backsplash for kitchen areas.

To create a backsplash with a wow factor, draw from ceramic tile’s endless combination of shapes, sizes, colors, and textures to create your unique decor statement.