Sand, gravel, and cement make up the Geode tiles by sculptor Andy Fleishman for Ann Sacks.
We find Aura, from the Dekton by Cosentino line, to be a foolproof match for Italian Calacatta marble where the real material isn't feasible.
Jonathan Adler puts his Happy Chic stamp on Formica, with patterns ranging from Greek Key to Malachite to Lacquered Linen, shown in green.
Italian natural stone brand Antolini possesses among the most sublime examples of rare stone we've seen. Shown here is their calcite in Azul.
Sleek Concrete from Caesarstone provides a smooth backdrop for colorful accessories in the kitchen.
Ashland TundraBrick from Eldorado Stone comes in variations of gray.
We're seeing a lot of taupe; Neolith has just introduced their version, Classtone, with a polished finish.
From Walker Zanger, Sterling Row Hexagon, a wood-finish ceramic tile.