When it comes to wood-look ceramic tiles, Chris Loves Julia knows best. They've opted to recover most of their entire house with wood-look tiles. Above, their reading nook features Nordic Brown ceramic tile from The Tile Shop. Creating consistency through their main floor, the couple also laid these tiles in their washroom, laundry room, nursery, and master bedroom
Above you'll see how the Nordic brown tile was carried into their washroom.
(Image credit: Chris Loves Julia)
In order to cut costs and finish everything in one fell swoop the couple opted to keep all the rooms the same style of tile. I think it worked flawlessly.
(Image credit: Greige Design)
Much like hardwood flooring, there are so many different design possibilities that can be executed with this style of tile floor from traditional planks to herringbone patterns. The best part? They look real. In this photo from Greige Design, the team has created a bold herringbone pattern with the tiles featuring Sonoma Driftwood-Look Tile in Gray from Wayfair. We'd be pretty impressed if someone was able to tell the difference between these wood-look tiles and standard hardwood flooring.
(Image credit: Centsational Style)
In this living space found on Centsational Style, Kate used "SugarMaple" Forest Parktiles by Daltile to ground her space. She also opted to recover the entire floor in the same tile to tie all the rooms together and to freshen up the entire space.