9 current tile options that perfectly match a variety of styles
Choose modern porcelain tiles that have been created with modern technology. They look good in any setting, rustic, traditional and contemporary. However, you need to find the ones that best suit your requirements. The bedroom could use a wood look tile, while the kitchen countertops could use the marble look. The accent wall could use the brick design. The cotto look is great too.
Ample options would live up to any expectation. Porcelain is very durable and imagine the hardwood image printed on it. Inkjet technology prints realistic images of wood textures without the high cost and worry of water exposure. A look at some more wonders!
Succulent and relaxing would be an apt description of this modern decor tile. Many sizes of this matte finish tile make it very convenient.
Livingstyle beige tiles
This one has designs in a matte finish. The classic large-format look fits into open floor plans to connect rooms with different color patterns.
This marvel reflects the texture of natural marble with the strength of porcelain. Gray streaks on a white background suit accent walls and countertops, bathroom floors, and tub surrounds.
It looks warm like real wood, with brown knots and grain on a taupe background. Install it in the bedroom along with real wood furniture and neutral-toned bedding.
Ivory Brickstone Porcelain
Combining soft whites with ivory, these tiles look like recycled bricks. Put it on backsplashes and around fireplaces, adding intimate warmth.
Porcelain Watercolor Grigio
If you like tiles with a soft gray matte finish, this is what you need. Accent walls and countertops, as well as floors, would shine with their warmth.
This tile combines white and cream and suits both neutral and bold tones. Install them to a striking effect around the brass and steel fittings on the shower walls. If installed on the floor, it matches neutral furniture and dark cabinets look good.
Porcelain Nero Turin
Natural aged hardwood is the classic effect of this tile and porcelain brings the power. The black and gray effect works well in damp areas around entryways, bathrooms, and laundry rooms.
Bruno Upscape wood effect
Dark chocolate, if you like! Living rooms or kitchen floors look rich and healthy. Strong enough to withstand high entry and hallway traffic. Install in a herringbone pattern on accent walls and floors to attract lots of attention.
Check out the new products page for more information. Porcelains that look like fabric, stone, and concrete may be more attractive.