This bathroom allows for more freedom. Because ceramic tile is waterproof and has nonslip options, it can also create a curbless shower entry and give more people the ability to bathe independently. Utility aside, ceramic tile also gives this bathroom character. The silver tiles on the floor coordinate with the white of the walls and…

The fireplace is the heart of the home, and ceramic tiles create the ideal fire-resistant decorative feature to showcase your home’s style. This elegant tile pattern adds excitement while not taking too much attention away from the rest of the room. The diamond tiles resemble a dark marble and work beautifully with both the white…

We spy four unique designs in this bar, but only one material: ceramic tile. Ceramic tile comes in a limitless amount of design possibilities, including the warm wood look of the floor, the multicolor mosaic of the bar front, the brick-like 3D tile wall to the left, and the pristine white mosaic tile behind the…

Ceramic tile can be used on walls as both a feature decor element and a backdrop to showcase other elements in the room. We think this chevron pattern in neutral grays does both oh so well. A wall covering this beautiful doesn’t need additional artwork, as it serves as its own artistic creation.

While you browse the racks, we’ll be perusing the unique floor and walls in this stylish shop. You’re looking at ceramic tile — the floor being a distressed light gray tile laid in a diagonal brickwork pattern, and the walls featuring a black grid with an oxidized metal look. Ceramic tile has numerous benefits for…

What’s on the menu? We do know what kind of flooring this restaurant has chosen. A not-so-standard black grid takes on the look of oxidized metal and complements this space’s rustic-modern style perfectly. What’s more, the perfectly distressed tiles will retain this look over the years because ceramic tile’s stain, scratch, and water resistance minimizes…

Cafes require both looks and functionality, and ceramic tile meets this need effortlessly. Wood-look tile throughout provides a consistent, classic look, and the intricate parquet pattern adding an extra pop to the raised platform. Choosing ceramic tile instead of traditional hardwood ensures superior longevity, as ceramic tile is water-, stain-, and scratch-resistant and can be…

If you can imagine it, it’s possible with ceramic tile — even if it’s a pattern as intricate as this one. This unique design is actually crafted in large-format square tiles, with the texture and tones of wood baked right in. The tiles combine to create a pattern that looks 3D, but is really just…

We’ve never seen a cafe look quite so homey and inviting, and although that’s partly due to the warm lighting, couches, pillows, and comfy chairs, the multicolor wood look of the floor and wall is pulling most of the weight. Choosing the same material for both the floor and wall visually expands this nook, with…

A quick glance at this conference room floor might make you think of classic hardwood, but the flooring isn’t quite so traditional. First, it’s not hardwood at all, but wood-look ceramic tile, which means that it comes with a number of superior qualities, such as water, stain, and scratch resistance. And second, the typical running…

Ceramic tiles come in a variety of shades and styles, including these that resemble an aged wood or the intricate tile pattern that sits under the rainfall showerhead. Tiling has always been used as a way to enhance bathrooms, but modern bathrooms can take advantage of the many different tiles designs available. The result can…

When you can’t choose between two options, we suggest having both. That’s what this cafe does with its wood-look tile, to a delightful effect. Three rows of typically sized tiles in a running bond pattern alternate with a row of larger rectangular tiles, creating walkways to the windows and the beautiful views they offer. Keep…