Big, bright, and beautiful are duly accented by this charcoal stone-look floor laid in a running bond pattern. And yes, we can envision running through this kitchen (or maybe riding a big wheel), but being stopped by its brilliance. Notice how the natural textures and subtle colors of the room have beautifully amplified the view,…

Grab a drink and mosey up to the bar! Don’t worry about scratches as you pull up a barstool. These stone-look ceramic tile planks resist ages of heavy wear, scratches, and scuffs! The herringbone pattern of the floor is subtly reminiscent of some C-level’s suit, but don’t worry, boss — it’s stylish without being pretentious.…

Breaking up isn’t so hard to do — simply add a contrasting size and/or color from the many ceramic tile options and you’ve broken up a monochromatic decor, yet retained all the advantages of ceramic tile. Besides, the strength of ceramic tile coupled with resistance to water and mold/mildew means your relationship will last for…

This stylish bathroom builds upon the regal quality of creamy stone-look ceramic tile flooring to complete a cohesive vision. A selection of tile sizes and shapes allows the flooring color and texture to be repeated in the backsplash mosaic and also as a feature stripe and flooring in the shower — a charming use of…

Stone herringbone just makes you want to rhyme every word. You will definitely be in rhythm with your surroundings using this neutral, sophisticated look that says, “Hey, I’m contemporary AND comfortable. Let’s order in a pizza.” Stone-look ceramic tile is the ideal flooring for every room in your home. Water, flame, stain, and scratch resistance…

When it’s carved in stone that you will have a beautiful bathroom, surround yourself with this beautiful silver-streaked stone-look ceramic tile. The darker texture leads you to the spacious shower, which uses lighter mosaic tile flooring running at a perpendicular angle to take advantage of every square inch of luxury. It’s your new twist on…

Perpendicular modern angles are accented by the ivory stone-look ceramic tiles running at an angle through this open floor plan. Surprise! An angled architectural element echoes the angles created in the floor. The look is clean and uncluttered, with subtle texture and movement that adds interest, as well as the durability and easy maintenance of…

These stone-look mosaic subway tiles are a classic bet that’s on-trend and on-functionality for a backsplash or wall feature. A neutral look with subtle movement that’s reminiscent of that spa you went to in Italy, right? Okay, maybe you haven’t been to Italy, but don’t these tiles make you want to create a sensual, elegant…

This kitchen is ready to handle whatever you have on the menu, from breakfast at the bar to dinner with the neighbors. The multicolored wood-look ceramic tile floors and natural stone-look backsplash pair perfectly for a beautiful room that blends effortlessly into an open floor plan … and is also effortless to clean. Ceramic tile…

You “wooden” know it, but this shower will stand up to all the water you throw at it. With the wood-look parquet tile walls and flooring, you might feel like you’re taking a shower in a well-appointed cabin. Ceramic tile is the best choice for bathrooms with its resistance to water, mildew, mold, and bacteria.…

When you need a kitchen floor to back you up and stand up to constant use, ceramic tile is it. This kitchen is the picture of nostalgic style combined with modern technology. Rustic cutting boards, a wooden table and bench, and wood-look flooring evoke memories of a simpler time; yet the fact that the flooring…

The variation of plank sizes and the offset grid pattern give this neutral wood look ceramic tile the edge to compliment bold furnishings and colors. When you need a flooring choice for “anything goes,” ceramic tile meets the need with choices in colors and shapes but also variations in sizes that give designs a one-of-a-kind…