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Beige stone-look tile brings an earthy feel to this otherwise urban office space.
We love color in interior design, but this room and its black and gray slate-look tile proves you don’t always need color to make a strong design impact.
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.
Textured glass mosaic hex tiles show what it takes to create a dreamy backsplash.
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.
Ceramic tile installations can combine colors and shapes to achieve one-of-a-kind looks for walls, floors, and even ceilings. Use ceramic tile in wet areas for resistance to water, mold, mildew, and bacteria. Ceramic tile is also scratch-, stain-, dent-, and fire-resistant for use in every room of your home!
Herringbone tile in earth tones makes for a beautiful wall covering.
Design begins on a molecular level, harnessing energy, force, space and time. Taking inspiration from natural science, this tile opens designers to a universe of porcelain in a look that captures the relationship between matter and motion.
When you want to have a visually stunning design that customers see when they enter your hotel, restaurant, or place of business, nothing fits the bill quite like tile. Each piece of this ceramic tile looks like it’s a part of a tree, with complex rings that vary in sizes. This earthy texture provides a…
This wood-look ceramic tile flooring is gorgeous and sets off the equally stunning textured tile wall. What a combination to give this room a unique look and feel that can only be accomplished with ceramic tile. Also, tile is easy to clean and maintain, meaning less time spent cleaning your bedroom and more time relaxing.
Don’t let your conference room look like any other conference room. Instead, use tile to add a dimension, making it a room that people can be comfortable in (not fall asleep). The feature wall in this conference room uses a tile pattern that has wavy grooves, adding depth and texture to what could have been…
There’s no better material to use in your cafe than ceramic tile. Tile is water-resistant so the inevitable spill won’t cause any damage to the floor and can be cleaned with ease. This popular spot is also prone to heavy foot traffic, and ceramic tile is resistant to scuffs, dents, scratches, and stains, unlike some…