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The 18 EHD GO-TO Online Tile Resources

Throughout my many remodels, makeovers, and renovations, there are few things that are as permanent and as impactful as a good tile. Not only can a good tile make the space, but it can also set the tone or style for any room and make it something that feels special. And while it is no secret that I love the visual impact a good tile can make (see my patio, master bathroom, kitchen, and modern-deco kitchen) – selecting the right one can be overwhelming especially when you might not live somewhere where you can readily visit a large showroom or a see a selection of tiles in person, which is why we decided to pull this post together.

Emily Henderson Roundup Online Tile Inspiration 11

Although shopping online for tile may seem scary, there are so many good vendors and options out there that make it worthwhile. Not to mention you can get free or very affordable samples sent out before you make your decision to purchase. Many of the tiles and vendors below we have used in projects and the others (although we haven’t seen in person) we love them aesthetically. So to help you navigate through the many online options we pulled together a roundup of our favorite tiles from some of our favorite vendors online.


Not only is AllModern a great resource for home decor they also have a pretty amazing tile selection.

1. Bernao Handmade 8 x 8 Cement Field Tile | 2. Tucker Weave Pattern Random Sized Marble Mosaic Tile in White | 3. Bixler 4″ x 12″ Porcelain Tile | 4. Hollywood 12″ x 12″ Porcelain Field Tile | 5. Bax Hex 9″ x 10″ Porcelain Mosaic Tile | 6. Madeline Hex Honed 2″ x 2″ Marble Mosaic Tile | 7. Fischer Hex 9″ x 10″ Porcelain Field Tile | 8. Daniels 2.5″ x 8″ Ceramic Subway Tile | 9. Fortuna 12″ x 12″ Ceramic Mosaic Tile | 10. Madeline 1″ x 2″ Marble Mosaic Tile | 11. Reanna Hex 9″ x 10″ Porcelain Mosaic Tile | 12. Dearborn 8.5″ x 10″ Porcelain Field Tile | 13. Welles Honed 1″ x 2″ Marble Mosaic Tile | 14. Liam 10″ x 13″ Porcelain Mosaic Tile | 15. Bellair 8 x 8 Cement Field Tile


Amazon is quickly becoming the one-stop-shop for anything your heart desires (thank you same-day shipping), #1 and #6 are great graphic tiles to make a statement in any room.

1. Moroccan Line Mosaic | 2. Marble Mosaic Tile | 3. Black Matte Hexagon | 4. Retro Penni | 5. Subway | 6. Moroccan Mosaic | 7.  Elongated Hexagon Marble Mosaic | 8. Turkish Crema | 9. Retro Octagon

Ann Sacks

Anne Sacks is one of Emily’s go-to tile companies. Check out the portland project for proof (pssst! it’s 100% Anne Sacks:))

1. Pambiche Standard Hexagon | 2. Arcilla Field Tile | 3. Savoy Prints Field Tile | 4. Context Field Tile | 5. Beau Monde Mosaics | 6. Savoy Classic Field Tile | 7. Domani Bianca Field Tile | 8. Square Beaded by Barbara Barry Field Tile | 9. Rectangle Beaded by Barbara Barry Field Tile

Artistic Tile 

These hand-laid tiles are a work of art, #3 was so pretty in Scott’s bathroom – the honed texture and slightly irregular shapes make it feel like it has been there forever and something that is very classic.

1. Geotzzo Squares | 2. Alto Deco Black | 3. Bianco Carrara | 4. Cubo Velluto Calacatta Gold | 5. Doge Light Grey | 6. Fan Club Ice White | 7. Riverside Drive Hex White | 8. Terra Vecchio Isabella | 9. Venezia Terrazzo White


Build is an EHD staple for basically everything home renovation and no surprise to us their tile selection is affordable and great.

1. Highland Park Subway Field Tile | 2. Optik Square Tile | 3. Cream Soda Wall Tile | 4. Piccola Square Tile | 5. Marble Rectangle Tile | 6. Zoudia Square Floor Tile | 7. Rook Rectangle Tile | 8. Verifique Square Tile | 9. Renaissance Square Tile

Cle Tile 

Clearly, I am a big fan of these handmade tiles as I currently have #4 in both my kitchen and master bathroom. They are simple but make a huge impact no matter where you put them. You can’t go wrong with Cle. Their quality and beauty are unbelievable.

1. Secret Lagoon Zellige | 2. Cement Solid Mocha Rectangle | 3. Cement Solid Federal Blue Scallop | 4. Weathered White Zelige | 5. Cement Big Al Federal Blue | 6. Antique Terracotta Provincial | 7. Zio Sons Cle Natural Zellige 4 Octagon Sea Salt Bouchon | 8. Cement Diamond Twist Federal Blue + Teal Square | 9. Erica Tanov Cement Jacobsen Plaster + Black Square

Fireclay Tile

Fireclay Tile – They are another one of my go-to’s for tile and we are big fans of everything fireclay does. Remember when I used #7 (the white version) in our last house guest bath? So pretty and symbolic:)

1. Grove | 2. Harvest | 3. Kasbah | 4. Tusk | 5. Maze | 6. Milky Way | 7. Morning Thaw | 8. Nautical Ogee Drop | 9. Uni Mountain

Floor & Decor

For those of you who love more of a traditional style, Floor & Decor has A LOT of options both online and in their massive showrooms. 

1. Bardiglio Thassos | 2. Bianco Carrara Herringbone | 3. Black Picket | 4. Bright White Ice | 5. Carrara Fan Water | 6. Carrara Thassos Hexagon | 7. Dark Gray II Penny | 8. Esenzia Mare | 9. Metro Taupe Hexagon | 10. Stela Ivory Porcelain | 11. Sahara Carrara | 12. White and Black Hexagon II | 13. White Double Hex | 14. White Offset Picket | 15. Black Frame

Granada Tile

As you all know by now my favorite room in our house is the patio and it’s all due to that beautiful cement tile (#2) by Granada Tile in a hawk and midnight colorway. I could spend every hour out there and the tile has really made that area a special space.

1. Lantern Midnight | 2. Burgos 915 A | 3. Ipswich 1812 A | 4. Luxor 30 A | 5. Alhambra 50 B | 6. Long Hex White | 7. St. Ives 1807 B | 8. Quarter Hex Silver | 9. Margarita 898 A

Home Depot

Don’t sleep on Home Depot. #3, #7, and #10 are great classic styles that would work well in any room but #2 in the blue, I see you.

1. Berkeley Blue | 2. Caprice | 3. Catalina White | 4. Cemento Lloyd | 5. Checker | 6. Almond Penny Round | 7. Rittenhouse Square Arctic White | 8. Expressions Scallop | 9. Greecian White | 10. Greecian White Hexagon | 11. Klinker Alcazar | 12. Chester Sage | 13. Marissa Carrara | 14. Metro Hex Dot | 15. Metro Hex Flower


If you’re looking for a variety of styles at an affordable price point Houzz is a good resource for you.

1. Arabescato Bianco | 2. Nador | 3. Glam Glass Apricot Glass Wall Tile | 4. Carrara | 5. Waterjet Pattern | 6. Appaloosa | 7. Tanden Avanti | 8. Comarca Jet | 9. Dove Gray | 10. Guarda Hexagon | 11. Ground Wall | 12. Ridge


While shopping for everything else you need for a renovation Lowe’s also has surprisingly great options for tile at affordable prices.

1. Venatino | 2. Honeycomb | 3. Hudson Pastel Glazed | 4. Cementina | 5. Suede Blue Glossy Ceramic Brick | 6. Natural Stone Marble Lantern | 7. Venatino Basketweave | 8. Matte Porcelain Hexagon | 9. Elida Ceramica

Mission Stone & Tile

I am very into the simple and graphic vibe #5 is giving me as well as the wide selection Mission Stone and Tile has in stock.

1. Brick | 2. Futura | 3. Azulej | 4. Shore Thing | 5. Electra Grande Neptune | 6. Mini Herringbone | 7. Hex Appeal | 8. Midpoint | 9. Mews Chalk | 10. Tratto Lines | 11. Circuit | 12. Mod Picket Mosaic


It seems like everyone is stepping up their online tile game these days and Overstock is no exception, I mean look at #1, #2, and #7.

1. Medina | 2. Oujda | 3. Gloucester Acqua | 4. Halibon with Dot Random Sized Porcelain Mosaic | 5. Narcissus Nouveau | Rhombus | 6. Victorian Broadway

The Builder Depot

They have some great classic styles like #6 in the polished black or #9 that will always be in style.

1. Bardiglio Strip | 2. Basketweave Bardiglio | 3. Octagon Polished Mosaic Tile with Nero Marquina Dot | 4. Venato Hexagon | 5. Dove Gray | 6. Nero Marquina | 7. Pennyrounds Greystoke | 8. Sky Blue Glass | 9. Honed Marble Mosaic Tile

The Tile Shop

I love a good pink tile like #2. It’s so sweet but could easily be very chic. Then #3 and $6 have great graphic patterns that would be so fun in a bathroom.

1. Napier | 2. Imperial Pink Gloss Ceramic Subway | 3. Tempesta | 4. Tiare Porcelain | 5. Firenze | 6. Fressia Toros Black Marble | 7. Penny Round | 8. Linho | 9. Firenze Hex

Tile Bar 

Tile bar you had me at BRASS line marble, #9 you might be slightly dizzying but you could be so good in the right space.

1. Tres Thassos Gem | 2. Prism Verdone | 3. Calacatta Gold | 4. Cavallo Poseidon | 5. Coptic | 6. Terra Pompeii Marron | 7. Eden | 8. Beveled Hexagon | 9. Gatsby | 10. Helix | 11. Brando Green | 12. Montauk

Let us know if we missed any of your favorite online tile retailers and if you have any questions.

Opening Image Credits: Photo by Tessa Neustadt | From: Emily’s Kitchen and Dining Room Reveal

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6 years ago

This is an incredible resource Emily and team. Thank you.

6 years ago

Incredible! Now could you please do this Roundup with German vendors?

Cheers from Germany,

6 years ago

This. Is. Awesome.

6 years ago

Can you put the link in for #9 on the Overstock group? A 2×2 matte black hex is what I’m looking for! Thanks!!!

6 years ago

Wow. Amazing!!! Thank you SO much! Did I miss the source of the bathroom tile in the first picture? Of course that’s the one I love most!

6 years ago

I love you guys for these sources. You and your team are so generous.


6 years ago

WOW! This is a killer round up! Of course, pinning for future reference! Thank you!

6 years ago

Amazing resource, thank you!

I don’t see one of my favorites here, so let me give a shout out to Heath! Hand made field tile and dimensional tiles using multilayers of glazes to get beautiful variance of color. It’s like the Farrow&Ball of tile glazing.

6 years ago
Reply to  Christa

We LOVE heath as well and use them constantly as a resource for tile, but for this roundup we just included options that were ready to purchase and in stock online. We have another big tile roundup happening where we will include all of our favorites (both online and through a showroom). xx

Kate L
6 years ago

Could you do a post about pairing tile? I can usually find one tile I like for the floor for instance, but have a hard time then picking the tub/shower tile for the walls and floor. Let alone if you then want a 4th tile for the walls of the bathroom…

6 years ago
Reply to  Kate L

Yes, please. I get overwhelmed with the pairings. Is there a general design rule about larger pattern and more intricate pattern applications?

6 years ago
Reply to  Kate L

Second! Would love to see this!

6 years ago
Reply to  Kate L

Third time’s a charm!! Yes to pairing post!

6 years ago
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6 years ago

Just finished our bath, so I can truly say that this is a GREAT resource all in one place!

6 years ago smokes! What a resource! Currently tile shopping for our new construction master bath and Everytime ingot to the end of a group I thought the post would end, but there was another group!! I have spent HOURS tile shopping. THANK YOU for this!!

Question–i like some home Depot options…the more graphic ones. What are your thoughts on big box stores sources for things like this?? Will every single kitchen and bathroom for the next 10 years have the exact tile bc it’s the one you get at Lowe’s/home Depot?

6 years ago

Love this! Can you do a post on where/when to use each type of tile? For example I’m in love with several of the marble options but don’t know if that’s a great choice for my one and only bathroom because I’ve heard marble has higher maintenance than other materials. Also love cement but have heard they don’t hold up well to wear and tear/getting things dropped on them. Tell me how worried I need to be about these things! haha

Cris S.
6 years ago
Reply to  Meghan

If you are tidy and it’s just adults in the house, marble tile can be great (make sure it isn’t too thin and that you buy some extra in case it’s needed later though). But if you have little boys that will be using the room, maybe rethink it.

Hannah Gokie
6 years ago

Thank you SO MUCH for this. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

6 years ago

Yes! This is great! I’m definitely in the group that doesn’t have a big tile showroom out my back door (in small-town Kansas). Thank you for this great resource!

6 years ago

Great post!

Jessica Cushman
6 years ago

I am so endlessly grateful for you! Thank you for sharing your amazing taste and sources and sense of fun design with us! Youโ€™re the best!

6 years ago

LOVE this roundup! I think this will go down as one of my favorite posts ever!

Do you ever work with Akdo? They have some GORGEOUS marble mosaics with metallic inlays I’ve been eyeing…

6 years ago

My socks were knocked off – thank you for this wonderful post!

6 years ago

What about Walker Zanger?! Great resource for stone, ceramic, concrete and porcelain tiles, slabs and beautiful mosaics.

6 years ago

Great post and thanks so much for the extensive and beautiful tiles. Also, the huge range in prices is very much appreciated.

6 years ago

Thank you! So helpful to have all these links in one place ๐Ÿ™‚

6 years ago

I have been drooling for an hour looking at this post. You guys KILLED it!

Benji J Koshy
6 years ago

You missed TileDaily. Great resource.

6 years ago

Such a great post! Super helpful!

6 years ago

Fantastic resource. Thank you, thank you, thank you! But this post leaves me with so many questions! I sincerely hope that there are multiple follow-up posts coming later in this year or next year! Such as – Any tips on whether it’s best to mix tiles – one type on wall, and another type on floor, for instance? Or whether it’s best to pick one tile, and use it on both the wall and floor? Also, for those concerned about slipping on the floor, is there any particular tile that is better for floors than others? Is there any particular tile that is better for places where there is likely to be a ton of moisture – such as a bathroom? Is it faux-pas to have the same tile throughout your house, in the entry-way, bathroom, and kitchen for example?Which type of tile requires the least amount of upkeep, and is likely to last the longest? Seems like there’s a lot more discussion that can be had re tile . . . . Thanks EHD for another great roundup!

6 years ago

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6 years ago

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Ann P.
6 years ago

This is the post that dreams are made of. THANK YOU!

6 years ago

Wonderfully helpful and informative. Thanks!

6 years ago

This is so super helpful, thank you so much for sharing this

6 years ago

Well if its not in this line up, its just not even made. Thanks for the research!

6 years ago

You know what they say” imitation is the best from of flattery”! Thank you & your husband for the kitchen posts, I used your idea’s but chose 3×12 ceramic uneven white tiles LOVE!!! The tile place tried to talk me into white grout….I told them I wanted ultra white grout, she said no you don’t. WELL I brought their suggestion home and it wasn’t “ultra white.” So I went back after I showed my husband, brought the ultra white back and BAM! That was all it took! I LOVE LOVE my kitchen.
Thank you both,
Have a Merry Christmas
Angela Hitchner
Dry Ridge, Ky

6 years ago

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6 years ago

Hi Emily,
We ordered what looked like a beautiful tile from Loweโ€™s and it arrived all scratched up because at the factory in China nobody bothered to put any paper in between the layers. Now we can take it back but if we reorder the same situation will likely recur since there is no way to communicate with the factory and Loweโ€™s can do nothing. So I guess my comment is can you do a round-up of tile that is made in USA (or Canada) with good customer service that can fix things when they go wrong (I realize that you get free stuff for sponsorship so your customer service interactions is different to mine). This is not specific to tiling, but everything else you feature as well. I would rather have those reliable resources than a round up of cheap stuff from around the web.