Answer: yes, but the exterior tiling requires some adjustments for the interior of the house.
An external tiling can perfectly be posed inside the housing, it is the opposite which poses rather problem. This type of operation will certainly have its advantages and disadvantages. On the one hand, the exterior tiles will be more resistant to impact and stains. Hence less maintenance and repairs. On the other hand, the exterior tiles are typically thicker and heavier: you may need to plan your doors, reinforce the support and review the dimensions of your baseboards. It is also harder to cut, which will require you to use an electric tile cutter. And rougher, therefore more difficult to clean with a mop. Based on all of these, it's up to you to decide if it's a good idea or not. You too, send us your brico question