Acalagres specializes in offering the same tiles for interiors and exteriors, including this Concrete line.
Atlas Concorde’s Marvel Pro Statuario Select and Calacatta Extra look almost exactly like the real thing.
Adex is a Spanish tile company specializing in glazed tiles like this one with a spade-like pattern.
Ceramica Sant’Agostino specializes in digital technology on tile. This pattern emulates denim in several colors.
Crossville is celebrating its 30th anniversary and taking a wonderful chance with color in its Color by Numbers porcelain stone line.
41zero42 specializes in interesting textures for extruded porcelain, including the Najavo pattern shown here.
Landmark Ceramics specializes in high-quality porcelain, as seen in its Freedom Nuance color palette for floors and walls.
Torrecid Group uses stones, metal and wood to create natural ceramic looks. Shown here is a new green ink for this material that simulates marble.
Interceramic high-density ceramic tile forms like porcelain but at a better price point. Shown here is the Tirreni line in three colors.
Peronda Ceramicas works with fabric and graphic designers on its collections. This pattern was taken from a former home scheduled to be demolished.
Equipe Ceramicas featured this highly textured, 3D collection for walls in black, white and metallic shades.