Tile - it's not just for floors
Tiles are both durable and decorative. See how designers are using this centuries old material in new and innovative ways.
Metallic tile makes this wall feel palatial. Notice the beautiful reflective quality of these tiles.
Tile adds texture to a long entryway. Well placed lighting accents the texture of the wall.
Wood Tiled 3-Drawer Dresser - $699
Matchstick tiles are used to accent this chest.
Tiled Bone Tray - $895
This tile tray from Williams-Sonoma will set you back about $900. It would make a great DIY project.
Eleganza Tiles Groove Matte Porcelain Tile
This credenza features tiles on the front.
Perennial Ceramic Art Tile - Ann Sacks Tile & Stone
Bold patterns and colors are making a comeback
Paccha Concrete Tile - Ann Sacks Tile & Stone
Tiles like this add drama to large floors.
Kibak Ceramic Art Tile - Ann Sacks Tile & Stone
These tiles are similar to ones used in Francis Ford Coppola's newest boutique hotel in Italy.
Tile works well both indoors and out.
Teak Deck Tiles - $19.95
Colorado's brilliant sunlight can be hard on wood. Teak is able to withstand the sunlight but is pricey. These teak accent tiles are a nice compromise.
Art Strip Tiles
I love how the different sized tiles add interest to this wall.
Kailua - $59
This delicate flower tile adds just a hint of femininity.
Jardin Collection Tile
This 3D tile pattern adds elegance and texture.
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A bold back splash.
Tile was popular as a fireplace surround in the Victorian era.
Not your great-grandmother's fireplace!
Tiles on these stair risers add color to an overlooked space.
The simplicity of this vessel sink is a lovely contrast to the color and pattern of the surrounding tiles.
Mosaic Wall Art
The "photo' on this wall is actually made up of glass tiles.
Modern House Numbers - $38
A modern interpretation of classic house number tiles.