Tile That Looks Like Rock

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Durable stone look tile is an affordable alternative to natural stone that looks great throughout the house. You can get the authentic look of stone with an easy-to-maintain surface. As an added bonus, stone look tiles don’t require any sealing. Their moisture resistance makes them ideal for kitchens and bathrooms, and easy to care for. To clean, simply sweep up excess dirt, and then wash or mop as normal.

This tile gives you the variations and beauty of natural stone, but not the maintenance requirements. There is no need to seal this tile, and they are resistant to staining. Stone look tile comes in porcelain and ceramic and a multitude of looks and sizes.

From small mosaic sheets to large format, stone look tile is ideal for both walls and floors. For optimum durability, you can get a porcelain stone look tile or ceramic stone look tile. They are easy to clean and can withstand heavy foot traffic. These stone look tiles are resistant to fading and staining and are engineered to last.

There are even options for a slate look porcelain tile.

Stone Look Tile FAQs

Slate look porcelain tile is a more affordable option to real stone and looks great in a variety of rooms.

Its use isn’t limited to kitchens and bathrooms either! Slate look porcelain tile and stone look tile is a great choice for entryways, laundry rooms and even basements. With a variety of styles and colors to choose from, you're sure to find a selection that's perfect for your floor or wall project.

Stone Attaché™

Cutting-edge technology and detailed artistry form the foundation of our stone look tile. From travertine and limestone to marble and slate, our tile offers the luxurious look of stone with the benefits of extraordinary durability and simple maintenance: • scratch-resistant • waterproof • stain-proof • fire resistantOur stone look tile is available from 12 x 12 to large-scale slabs, as well as mosaics featuring unique shapes and patterns.

RevoTile™ - Stone Look. Panoramic Porcelain™-Elemental Selection. Tile that looks like stone begins with a ceramic or porcelain tile of high quality and durability.

ONE Quartz Surfaces® - Stone Look

We use cutting-edge technologies like digital imaging and precision printing on the tile to replicate the look of stone in all its nuances. Most tiles have some texture that mirrors natural stone and enhances its authentic look.

Tile for the Outdoors

Stone look tile is the most popular style of tile manufactured. We offer porcelain tile that looks like travertine, marble, limestone, sandstone, and many more types of stone.

Stone look tile comes in classic 12 x 12-inch tiles, 12 x 24-inch tiles, mosaics, unique shapes, large formats up to 48 inches, and slabs suitable for countertops. Porcelain stone look tile is an excellent choice for the floors, walls, shower, even the fireplace.

Red and Pink Marble Look Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tile for showers is often better than other material choices because it is impervious to water. Stone look porcelain tile is fired in kilns at thousands of degrees, making tile that looks like stone for the fireplace the perfect choice.

Stacked stone is a unique, rustic style that is hard to replicate in tile. A random linear stone look tile mosaic is the closest you can get to a stacked stone look but it would not have the depth or split face finish a traditional stacked stone would have.

Porcelain Floor Tile Looking Like Green Marble

Travertine is the inspiration for many stone look floor tiles (which can also be used on the wall). Daltile has multiple options to choose from with new selections available regularly.

Both stone and porcelain tile have their individual benefits, maintenance requirements, and installation considerations.

Porcelain Tile That Looks Like Ledgestone

Natural stone is the pinnacle of luxury but has inconsistent porosity, which means inconsistent water resistance, and often requires sealing. Porcelain is impervious to water and virtually maintenance-free. In settings where water is present, porcelain may be a better option. It is best to consider the usage and expected traffic in your space, as well as the level of care you are willing to commit to when deciding between natural stone vs.