13 Really Cool Tiles We Found at The Home Depot
A kitchen or bathroom makeover is in order.
Updated Sep 29, 2021 7:15 AM
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Without them, no bathroom or kitchen would ever really be complete. From the floors to the walls, and a myriad number of spots in between, tiles are the versatile decorative accessory every space could benefit from.
Beyond standard subway tiles—which seem to deck just about every bathroom as of late—you can get creative with ceramic, cement, and glossy designs. The list goes on and on. So when it comes to sourcing, where does one start? Not to worry: You don’t have to splurge on an imported type, or compromise on style just to stay within your budget.
To help you navigate the overwhelming array of available options, we went straight to our favorite home improvement store. Read on to see the best tiles at Home Depot.
Palace White Porcelain Mosaic Tile, Merola Tile, $14.92
If you’re all about an understated yet impactful finish, this mosaic tile is for you. With its light crackle effect and versatility in application—in can be used both indoors and out—it will impart a modern yet elegant feel to your space.
Red Blaze Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile, Daltile, $3.11
What better way to invite a pop of color to an otherwise neutral space than with a tile in saturated hues, like brick red? The unglazed finish and subtly textured surface make it a shoo-in for earthy-inspired interiors.
Revival Ring Encaustic Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile, Merola Tile, $1.78
Invite a little Moroccan flair to your space with this vibrant pattern.
Monterosa Beige Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile, MSI, $1.07 /sq. ft.
A classic marble tile never goes out of style, but this blush-toned variety provides a modern refresh on the timeless aesthetic. Complement the tile by pairing it against a similarly-hued backdrop for an all-encompassing approach to the color scheme.
Twenties Diamond Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile, Merola Tile, $2.33 /each
Further proof thatgeometric tiles
are leading the trends this year: This matte-finished tile in a palette of charcoal, grey, and white, instantly transforms even the most tired of spaces. Take a peek at this San Francisco home for a little inspiration.
Catalina Green Lake Ceramic Wall Subway Tile, Splashback Tile,$9.97
Feeling bold? Impart your space with dynamic color by way of this vibrant tile, which puts a twist on the standardsubway tile
Crystalline Square Pink Porcelain Mosaic Tile, Merola Tile, $8.98 /each
Retro pink tiles are making a comeback. If glossy isn’t your look, this monochromatic textured set definitely works as well and can live both on the floor or the wall.
Geomento Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile, Merola Tile, $7.42 /sq. ft.
When plain ceramic tiles just won’t do, opt for a version that adds visual interest with a sleek color block. We can see this one living as a kitchen backsplash or on the floors of a neutral bath.
Kings Espiga Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile, Merola Tile, $9.14 /sq. ft.
Geometric tiles that create an optical illusion-like effect are another tile type that made it on our list of trends, and this ceramic model is just what you’ll need to recreate the look. Take a page out of this Parisian bathroom’s book, and install the tile in the shower for a seriously dramatic effect.
Handspun Blue Line Art Ceramic Wall Tile, InDesign, $3.38 /sq. ft.
A simple pattern in a soothing blue-and-white palette has us swooning over this design. The tile would completely transform a bathroom into a Grecian-like paradise.
Marissa Carrara Ceramic Mosaic Tile, Daltile, $4.58 /each
Ostrich Grey Honed Quartzite Floor and Wall Tile, MSI, $3.99 /sq. ft.
For the contemporary space that skews toward the monochromatic, this stone tile is the winner. Pair with concrete finishes—think: countertops and backsplashes.
Revival Spectrum Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile, Merola Tile, $1.98 /each
A little pattern play never hurt, especially one that comes in a vibrant color. This inspired print was made for enhancing the walls of a light-filled kitchen.
This story was originally published March 2018. It has been updated with new information.
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