The contrast between the rugged-looking floor and the delicate white furniture couldn’t be more striking. You might also be struck by how durable this flooring is, with resistance to scratches, stains, and fading. Unlike other flooring types, ceramic tile has a fire-hardened surface that won’t be damaged by all the foot traffic, furniture, and spills…

The line between inside and outside is blurred in this modern living room and its adjoining patio. Red flooring covers the expanse with a wood-look ceramic tile, creating an inviting space. Ceramic tile is the ideal flooring for both indoors and outdoors, with resistance to stains, scratches, and fading by the sun. Because ceramic is…

Efficiency floods this room with its bold red accents and clean white tables. Ceramic tile stone-look floors really get down to business too, with orderly lines in shades of slate blue. Nothing says let’s get down to work quite like ceramic tile’s low maintenance and long-lasting good looks.

Time and place evade you as you step into this charming restaurant. Stone-look ceramic tile floors, soft white and blush pink tones, and the flowers in a window box create a whimsical feeling, making you wonder if you’ve suddenly been transported to the streets of Paris. But these aren’t cobblestones you’re walking on, but rather…

This lobby combines both traditional and modern elements to establish a cool and confident vibe. How does it do it? The brickwork pattern of the stone-look ceramic tile flooring and wall evoke a farmhouse feel, while the white leather chairs and catwalk-esque lights are the picture of modernity. Somehow nostalgic and forward-looking at the same…

Golden light casts a warm and cozy ambiance in this living room. The stone-look ceramic tile of the flooring and fireplace wall seem to soak up the light. Ceramic tile is also an ideal choice for fireplaces because it is resistant to fire and won’t emit toxic chemicals when exposed to flame.

This ceramic tile flooring uses patterns cleverly to delineate spaces. A refreshing use of ceramic is seen on the walls of the office, with a stone-look tile that complements the palette. Ceramic tile is a fresh choice, with green-certified products that have a positive impact on the environment and society.

Ah, the iconic look of ceramic subway tile. Hygiene-obsessed Victorian sensibilities demanded an easy-to-clean option to line the tunnels of the newfangled subways systems, and lo, subway tile was born. Fast forward over 100 years, and ceramic tile is still appreciated for its easy-care features as well as its resistance to mold, mildew, and bacteria.…

This work of art is brought to you, not by a freshly sanded slice of wood, but by ceramic tile. The technology of today meets the art of the past to produce this design superstar! With technology such as digital imaging, today’s ceramic tile is produced with any color, texture, and design imaginable. From wood…

They say that less is more, and you’ve never seen the saying embodied so well. As you approach this building, the large-format dark metal tiles immediately capture your attention. Unable to look away, you stop in your tracks to ponder the natural beauty of the sky, clouds, and trees reflected in the natural beauty of…

Stepping into this salon transports you to a true urban forest. Classic running bond wood-look tile lengthens the room; and long, vertical panels of more rustic wood-look tile heightens the room. Your eyes are led by the texture of the tile, up the Dr. Seuss-esque tree painted on the column of the hanging teardrop lights,…

Sometimes ceramic tile takes your breath away just by enhancing the beauty of your surroundings. This large-paneled, monochromatic, reflective tile does just that, creating a nearly seamless extension of blue sky and white cotton clouds. This little view of heaven may have you wondering if you’re really where you need to be, or if the…