This isn’t your typical cafe, so why not pull up a barstool? Black is the color of choice here, and the large-format ceramic tile grid wears it effortlessly, with just a slight hint of distress that goes perfectly with the light wood-look ceramic tile wall. Neither the floor nor the wall will see any real…

When industrial chic and shabby chic meet, tile has a design style just for that. Meet the ultimate in distressed design! Because ceramic tile is so durable and won’t show scratches like this, the design is baked right into the tile. This is important because with surfaces such as laminate and wood, scratches can harbor…

Outdoor-indoor spaces are becoming increasingly popular right now for their ability to seamlessly blend exteriors and interiors, and they require some special care when it comes to choosing materials that can withstand the elements. Ceramic tile has been the favorite choice for such spaces, as it is water- and fade-resistant (rain or shine, you’re in…

Welcome to the jungle, where everything is serene and stress and worries must be left at the door. This unique stone-look ceramic tile fits right in with the natural vibe — and with the worry-free one, too. That’s because ceramic tile is water-, stain-, scratch-, slip-, fire-, and even bacteria-resistant. A mouthful, we know, but…

Forget everything you know about gym decor — this home gym proves that exercise spaces can be practical and classy. Warm, glossy wood-look tile sets the stage in the space, and a midcentury modern media console in a matching color provides the perfect accent to it. With ceramic tile, you won’t have to worry about…

Notice something familiar in this one-of-a-kind floor? That’s probably because it’s a twist (albeit a rather big one) on classic hardwood. This herringbone pattern uses three different colors of wood looks, and this flooring isn’t hardwood at all, but ceramic tile. Ceramic tile has the added benefits of water, scratch, and stain resistance — essential…

Everything about this business screams modern vintage, the subway tile on the walls having originated in New York subway stations in the early 1900s, and white hexagon tile flooring dating all the way back to the Victorian era. To bring these styles up to date, the space opts for alternating colors of each row of…

With just one look, we can tell that this high-end salon offers only the best products, stylists, and methods — and we know for a fact that this mentality applies to the choice of flooring as well. Large-format rectangular tiles span the spacious salon’s expanse, showing off a look of stone. However, this ceramic tile…

Say goodbye to boring, allergy-inducing lobby carpet — ceramic tile is the new go-to option. This alternating white and gray herringbone pattern is much more interesting, and even has a carpet-like texture. Unlike carpet, however, tile has an impervious, fire-hardened surface that won’t trap allergens or bacteria, stain, get water damage, or give off smoke…

Gone are the days of traditional, drab office carpet — ceramic tile is the new choice for office flooring, with a host of functional benefits and style options to fit any aesthetic. Tile’s ability to create different textures means that you can even keep the feel of carpet, like this office does with its textured…

The ceramic tilework in this chic bedroom works in different ways. The first thing you may notice is the intricate mosaic of ceramic tiles on the wall, coming together to give the room depth — a break from traditional white walls. Next, the tile on the floor, which gives the appearance of aged wood. The…

Ceramic tile is the perfect blend between style and function. This kitchen uses a tile backsplash behind the range, providing a safe cooking environment. Of course, what you notice about this tile isn’t its usefulness, but the creative design. The tiles combine to create a look that is entirely unique. Aside from the obvious appeal…