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.

Gray mosaic ceramic tiles in varying sizes create a beautiful backdrop for the open shelving and wine display.

A unique herringbone pattern in multiple ceramic tile sizes set this floor apart from typical designs.

Variegation and a textured look transform this gray ceramic tile grid from standard to stunning.

The slanted shape of these wood-look ceramic tiles creates the impression of numerous tiny steps running across the living room floor. Just. Wow.

Easy to clean and hypoallergenic, wood-look ceramic tile is a great choice for bedrooms. And, not to go unnoticed, this luxurious silver-gray wood-look ceramic tile is a color choice that makes this room.

Kitchen with a wood-look tile wall and flooring

Thought we left the wood-paneled look back in the 70s? A chevron wood-look tile feature wall that compliments the flooring, brings the style back with panache.

Muted gray-brown wood-look ceramic tile creates a stylish, easy-to-clean, and hypoallergenic floor in this master bedroom.

Exercise equipment on wood flooring? Don’t worry, with wood-look ceramic tile’s scratch resistance, this floor can handle daily workouts and more.

In a twist on the classic octagon and dot ceramic tile pattern, black tiles are randomly interspersed in this white hexagon mosaic tile for a one-of-a-kind floor.