This unique tiling design brings a rustic look to the living room. Wood tile, which is ceramic tile designed to look like wood, is easy to clean, moisture resistant and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes.
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When combined, these colorful tiles give the room a patchwork feel. Patterned tiles will be everywhere in 2018, so try adding some in your dining room or entryway for an on-trend look.
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Porcelain Stoneware Tile
For a sleek, classic look, try large tiles in a living room or bathroom. These large glossy tiles are inspired by the look of natural marble.
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Wood Plank Tile
These porcelain tiles look like wood planks arranged in a chevron pattern for a modern look. These tiles are a good choice for areas of the home where you want the look of hardwood, but need a material to stand up to heavy traffic.
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If you have an enclosed patio or area of the home that opens up to the outside, try stone tile in a fun design. This arrangement features tiles, in contrasting patterns, installed so they could be mistaken for rugs.
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Thin Rectangular Tile
Here's a look that when installed correctly, is a work of art and almost looks like custom carpeting. Try using tiles in a mix of colors for a similar look in a bathroom or living area.
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Give new life to the classic black and white look with glass mosaic tiles. This bathroom is covered in black and white tiles in an unexpected pattern for a one-of-a-kind look.
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Vinyl flooring stands up well to heavy traffic and can help reduce noise, making it a good choice for families with children and pets. These vinyl tiles are arranged in a chevron pattern, giving the room a modern look.
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The bathroom in this home is covered with colorful tiles to create a playful atmosphere. Using tiles on the floor, around the bathtub and even on the wall makes cleaning a snap.
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Bring a Mediterranean feel to your home with brick tiles. The tiles shown here are veneer or "thin brick." They hide dirt and stand up well in heavy traffic areas.
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