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Tile, Tile Trim, Tools and Accessories at Lowe's Whether you're on the hunt for colorful glass tile, porcelain tile, bullnose tile, wood-look tile or natural stone tile, Lowe's has a tile style that's perfect for your home. While laminate flooring, hardwood flooring, vinyl flooring, bamboo flooring and cork flooring are commonly used, tile is a great way to give your home a unique look and feel. Choosing tile comes down to preference, size and style. Porcelain floor tiles and ceramic tiles are very popular tiles for floors, and come in standard and large floor tile sizes. A polished porcelain floor tile in a hexagon floor tile shape creates a one-of-a-kind look and feel. Mosaic tile adds sophistication and is complementary to many colors of granite countertops in your kitchen, bath or on your patio. We have a big selection of mosaic floor tiles to choose from. Travertine tile gives a more natural look without sacrificing style. Slate tile gives any room a dark, sophisticated finish while limestone tile can brighten it. Finish a room with wainscoting or stacked stone tile, tile and accent tile. Boring bathroom? Liven it up with tile and get inspired with our bathroom tile ideas. Our tiles for bathroom floors and small bathroom floor tiles come in many different colors and styles. Give your shower some character with new shower floor tiles. Don't like cold floors? Underfloor heating warms them right up. Make sure you check out our selection of Marazzi tile, too. You can also soften your space by pairing carpet tiles with granite flooring. Don’t forget about the outside. We have exterior floor tiles and outdoor floor tiles. After you've picked out the perfect wall tile or floor tile, learn how to lay it with tile installation how-tos (including a video on installing porcelain or ceramic floor tile. We also have a wide selection of tile tools and tile accessories, including tile spacers, trowels, tile cutters, and grout and mortar to help you complete your project. Keep your floors clean of gunky grout with grout cleaner.


Whether you're on the hunt for colorful glass tile, porcelain tile, bullnose tile, wood-look tile or natural stone tile, Lowe's has a tile style that's perfect for your home. While laminate flooring, hardwood flooring, vinyl flooring, bamboo flooring and cork flooring are commonly used, tile is a great way to give your home a unique look and feel. Choosing tile comes down to preference, size and style. Porcelain floor tiles and ceramic tiles are very popular tiles for floors, and come in standard and large floor tile sizes. A polished porcelain floor tile in a hexagon floor tile shape creates a one-of-a-kind look and feel. Mosaic tile adds sophistication and is complementary to many colors of granite countertops in your kitchen, bath or on your patio. We have a big selection of mosaic floor tiles to choose from. Travertine tile gives a more natural look without sacrificing style. Slate tile gives any room a dark, sophisticated finish while limestone tile can brighten it. Finish a room with wainscoting or stacked stone tile, tile and accent tile. Boring bathroom? Liven it up with tile and get inspired with our bathroom tile ideas. Our tiles for bathroom floors and small bathroom floor tiles come in many different colors and styles. Give your shower some character with new shower floor tiles. Don't like cold floors? Underfloor heating warms them right up. Make sure you check out our selection of Marazzi tile, too. You can also soften your space by pairing carpet tiles with granite flooring. Don’t forget about the outside. We have exterior floor tiles and outdoor floor tiles. After you've picked out the perfect wall tile or floor tile, learn how to lay it with tile installation how-tos (including a video on installing porcelain or ceramic floor tile. We also have a wide selection of tile tools and tile accessories, including tile spacers, trowels, tile cutters, and grout and mortar to help you complete your project. Keep your floors clean of gunky grout with grout cleaner.


Selecting the right FLOOR TILE Floor Tile By Product Type Travertine Travertine is a type of limestone that is a byproduct of hot springs from all over the world. At formation, the minerals in travertine are mixed giving each collection unique patterns and character, perfect for a one-of-a-kind travertine floor for your home. shopTravertine Tile » Ceramic Ceramic tile is manufactured through the process of heating and cooling natural clay and minerals. To achieve the desired look and feel, ceramic floor tiles come in a wide array of colors, sizes, shapes, textures, and finishes at The Tile Shop. shopCeramic Tile » Porcelain Porcelain is manufactured tile from natural clay. Porcelain tile is created by heating more refined clay to higher temperatures creating a denser floor tile that can be used indoors and outdoors. Available in a variety of textures, colors and sizes making it a perfect choice for any style. shopPorcelain Tile » Shop Our Exclusive Tile Collections Find Out More » Wood Look The fastest growing category in tile comes in both ceramic and porcelain. This wood like tile mimics the warmth and feel of natural wood but is much easier to maintain and more durable than natural wood. Our wood look tile can fit any design style. shopWood Look Tile » Slate Slate is a metamorphic rock found across the globe. Our collections showcase a rich color palette that ranges from copper to red, navy to sage and tan to black. This fine grained floor tile can be used both indoors and outdoors. shopSlate Tile » Marble Marble is a highly durable stone that exists in almost every color due to the variability of component minerals. Marble tile can have multiple finishes from polished to honed and brushed to tumbled, this classic floor tile is fit for any room in your home. shopMarble Tile » Stay warm & cozy all year long LEARN MORE ABOUT IN-FLOOR HEAT » Granite Granite is an igneous rock; a result of the cooling and solidification of lava or magma. Granite floor tile is distinguished by its small flecks at the surface yet varies in its richness of color and visual depth, making each stone a masterpiece of nature. shopGranite Tile » Pebbles & Stones Pebble and Stone Mosaic tile bring the beauty of nature indoors. The natural tones and unique shape of each floor tile can provide character to a shower or powder room floor. Your one-of-a-kind floor will be the new focal point of the room. shopPebbles & Stones Tile » Onyx Onyx is a softer stone and has a transparent quality that doesn't exist in any other stone. Onyx tile is best suited for indoor floors, counter tops, and in medium to light traffic areas. This smooth texture and earth shade tones are sure to stand out in your home. shopOnyx Tile » Quartzite Quartzite is a metamorphic rock with a natural, yet elegant appearance. It comes in many different colors and textures. Tremendously durable and versatile, it is suitable for both commercial and residential applications and can be used indoors or out. shopQuartzite Tile »


Next Up How to Install a Tile Floor Installing a tile floor requires medium-level DIY skills, but with a bit of patience DIYers can add this durable yet beautiful flooring. How to Install Diagonal Floor Tile Adding interest to a tile floor is as simple as laying tiles diagonally instead of squared off with the wall. Diagonally placing tiles is an easy project for any moderately skilled DIYer. How to Install a Plank Tile Floor Instead of standard square tile, consider rectangular plank tile. They can make a narrow room look larger by running with the room's width. How to Install Tile Flooring The experts show how to remove old carpet and replace it with a tile floor. How to Install Ceramic Floor Tiles Learn the best methods for installing ceramic tile. How to Install Snap Together Tile Flooring Installing snap together tile flooring is a project easily accomplished by DIYers, creating a floor that resembles a much more difficult and expensive ceramic tile installation. How to Install a Tile Floor In a Kitchen Find out how to install a tile floor in this kitchen catch-up project. How to Install Self-Stick Floor Tiles Easy to apply adhesive-backed tiles make this a DIY project you can complete in a day. How to Install Rubber Tile Flooring Rubber tile is a great flooring option for many types of rooms, especially workshops. Learn how to install rubber tile flooring in your home. How to Install a Tile Floor Transition Any DIYer with moderate skills can install a wood molding transition between tile and hardwood floors, giving a stylish finish between the two materials.


How to Install a Tile Floor Installing a tile floor requires medium-level DIY skills, but with a bit of patience DIYers can add this durable yet beautiful flooring. How to Install Diagonal Floor Tile Adding interest to a tile floor is as simple as laying tiles diagonally instead of squared off with the wall. Diagonally placing tiles is an easy project for any moderately skilled DIYer. How to Install a Plank Tile Floor Instead of standard square tile, consider rectangular plank tile. They can make a narrow room look larger by running with the room's width. How to Install Tile Flooring The experts show how to remove old carpet and replace it with a tile floor. How to Install Ceramic Floor Tiles Learn the best methods for installing ceramic tile. How to Install Snap Together Tile Flooring Installing snap together tile flooring is a project easily accomplished by DIYers, creating a floor that resembles a much more difficult and expensive ceramic tile installation. How to Install a Tile Floor In a Kitchen Find out how to install a tile floor in this kitchen catch-up project. How to Install Self-Stick Floor Tiles Easy to apply adhesive-backed tiles make this a DIY project you can complete in a day. How to Install Rubber Tile Flooring Rubber tile is a great flooring option for many types of rooms, especially workshops. Learn how to install rubber tile flooring in your home. How to Install a Tile Floor Transition Any DIYer with moderate skills can install a wood molding transition between tile and hardwood floors, giving a stylish finish between the two materials.