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Mannington Antiquity Porcelain Tile, via Flickr.

beautiful neutrals; like all tile--pattern in shower and floor (large tile & the pattern in which they are laid)

For basements that double as rec rooms, he suggests wood-look porcelain tile. "It gives you that relaxed bar look," he says, but with the durability and moisture resistance of ceramic. Wait up to a year before installing basement tile to give the house a chance to fully settle. Photo courtesy of Photo courtesy of Mannington

Stone-Like Porcelain: Old World grotto with all the chip and moisture protection of hard-wearing ceramic. If the house is a new construction, it's crucial to allow the slab to fully cure before laying the tile. (Photo courtesy of Mannington)

Wilderness porcelain plank tile, a classic American hardwood look that's very, very durable

3D gel-like tiles that are peel and stick for an easy back splash. Easy to clean and tons of colors and options!

Seascape porcelain tile blends the look of weathered wood & cut stone w/a nod to the natural beauty of the American coastline:

Commercial tufted and loop pile synthetic carpet tile (Green Label Plus-certified, low VOC emissions)