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Ceramic Flooring Tile Picture Gallery
Ceramic floor tiles have the ability to be printed with almost any color, design, pattern, or texture that is imaginable. This gives you a wide variety of design and style options when choosing this material. The best way to get an idea of what is available is to peruse pictures of ceramic tile installations in real world interiors. This will give you a good idea of how different looks work with one another.Continue to 2 of 8 below.
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Faux Hardwood Ceramic Tile Dining Room Flooring Picture
One of the most popular options for ceramic flooring is to choose a design that mimics a natural material. This allows you to get the beauty of that natural substance while still maintaining the low maintenance, durability, and functionality of ceramic tiling.
Here we see a lovely cottage style dining room. The floor is made of ceramic tiles, cut into 4 x 12 strips and printed to look like a deep brown birch hardwood. The rustic reclaimed wood dining table acts as the centerpiece of the room,... with a matched cottage style bench and two cream dining chairs complimenting the look.
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Pictures Of Terra Cotta Flooring
Terra cotta is a type of soft red clay ceramic tile flooring. Unlike most ceramics, it does not receive a glazed surface treatment. That means that they cannot be printed, and they are not protected against stains and water damage. They can be sealed to protect the material against these hazards, but the overall effect is tiles that are less durable, higher maintenance, and more prone to damage.
The appeal of terra cotta is the rich beauty and the natural feel of the material. The colors which... are achieved in these tiles have a unique appeal, that is complimented by the gently graded texture of their untreated surface. For this reason, terra cotta flooring is still in high demand, especially in homes striving for an authentic southwestern feel.Continue to 4 of 8 below.
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Ceramic Tile Kitchen With Quartz Countertops
In this kitchen we see 16”X16” ceramic tiles installed with grout and printed to look like a type of multi-colored natural stone. This is contrasted by the rich polished hues of the natural quartz countertop, as well as the sleek modern feel of the stainless steel appliances, to create a kitchen that is rich with visual dynamic tension.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
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Zen Style Ceramic Bathroom Floor and Backsplash Picture
This entire bathroom has been installed with gorgeous polished porcelain ceramic tiles, printed with a multicolored beige Travertine pattern to create an oasis of comfort and simplicity. The clear glass shower surround allows the look of the stone print to dominate wall to wall, creating a space of tranquility and visual dancing beauty.Continue to 6 of 8 below.
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Pure White Ceramic Bathroom Tile Picture
In this picture we see the more controlled side of ceramic, with a bathroom decked out in pure pristine white 12X12 ceramic floor tiles. This is matched with white walls, and white painted architectural features to give the environment a distinct clarity. This effect is beautiful in a soft and sophisticated way. Small decorative accessories finish the look to create a room that has an almost tidy “shabby chic” look.Continue to 7 of 8 below.
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Multicolored Ceramic Slate Kitchen Flooring
Here we see the ability of ceramic flooring to take on seemingly random, natural stone inspired patterns. These tiles have been manufactured to look like multicolored slate, with a mix of golden bursts and cloudy charcoal hues vying for dominance in the surface of each piece. This is offset by bold smoky grout lines, which both encase the chaos, and frame the beauty of the printed design.
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Multi Colored Porcelain Bathroom Floor Tiles
This lovely bathroom blends natural pebble stone backsplash elements with a richly patterned polished ceramic flooring to create a dynamic and powerful effect. This is complemented by the white cream colors of the far wall and then is accented in unique and eye-catching ways through the use of decorative wall accessories.