We all enjoy flooring with hardwood flooring. There are occasions where installing tile flooring is sensible for practical reasons. Tile flooring can also be an outstanding possibility to add an extra dimension and texture to your kitchen bat, room, laundry room, foyer, mudroom, or any other room.
Traditional tile flooring could provide a serene background that lets others show off, giving a timeless appearance. Vibrant or patterned tiles can help define open room areas or provide a seamless transition between rooms. The dramatic tile flooring can establish the mood or shift the ambiance of a room by creating an eye-catching focal point or finishing touch that enhances the design.
Explore these floor tile designs in various styles to help you decide how to install tiling flooring throughout the home.
Spice Up the Pantry
Mindy Gayer Design Co. added patterned tile to the pantry, which starkly contrasts with the kitchen’s hardwood floors. It gives a distinct look to the space that is utilitarian.
Pink penny tiles with reddish hues that provide a unique twist on the traditional white tiles add color to this otherwise neutral bathroom by Erin Williamson Design.
Dress Up the Sunroom
The sunroom by Becca Interiors has white walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a gray-and-white-patterned floor tile which is as gorgeous as practical.
The stunning contemporary Chicago bathroom by Interior designer Kara Mann is covered in striking black and white massive stone tiles that are then sprayed onto the walls and sink vanity to create a seamless luxurious style.
Create a Transition
The San Jose, California kitchen by Cathie Hong Interiors features dark, rustic hardwood floors that transition to modern geometric floor tiles near the back entrance in a fresh, natural style.
Make a Timeless Choice
The square marble floor tiles are an elegant choice that gives a soft texture to this neutral-toned light-filled Florida entryway and staircase made by Calimia home.
The spacious space for laundry by Whitney Parkinson Design is an ethereal and dark gray-and-white tile flooring with triangular patterns that give an impression of motion and energy in the bright and airy cool-toned room, which is complemented by pastel blue painted cabinets and silver-toned fixtures.
Choose an Oversized Pattern
This Mudroom by Becca Interiors has ceiling-to-ceiling storage closets painted in a delicate shade of pale pistachio-colored green, contrasted by the bold black and white floor tiles that are oversized in pattern.
Commit to Concrete
Large-scale ceramic tiles match the industrial lines and finishes of the loft converted into a home in Pittsburgh by Leanne Ford Interiors. To create a seamless style, the tiles cover the entire area, including the open kitchen, dining area, living room, bedrooms, and bathrooms.
Use Simple Geometry
Cathie Hong Interiors added matte black hexagonal floor tiles to this bright San Jose, California, laundry room. They contrast against warm wooden accents and a fun black-and-white cat wallpaper. It creates an elegant, contemporary appearance.
Keep It Classic
The English Victorian villa kitchen from deVOL Kitchens features classic black and white marble checkerboard floor tiles with a tumbled edge, making them reclaimed stone. It’s a timeless design that will never get out of fashion.
Pair With Bold Paint
In this modern and crisp Paris kitchen by Space Factory, black and white Moroccan-style flooring tile in an eagle pattern stands up to the cabinets and central island with a bold International Klein Blue.
Add a Natural Motif
In this historical Maine home remodel by the interior design firm Tyler Karu Floor tiles featuring a four-leaf clover pattern shades of black, white, and blue accent the traditional bathroom with its retro-style clawfoot tub.
Keep It Subtle
The soft gray and white tiles with subtle stars work well with the taupe gold and gray finishes in this bathroom by Desiree Burns Interiors.
Make It Graphic
The graphic tile floor gives an elegant touch to the classic feel of this laundry area from JK Interior Living, featuring traditional windows, marble counters, and dark cabinets.
Paint Them On
If you want to replicate the appearance of floor tiles without the expense and hassle of installing them, think about the trompe-l’oeil tile flooring effects. In this renovated Victorian house in Pittsburgh by Leanne Ford Interiors, the hardwood floors were painted an imitation diamond-patterned floor pattern. The flooring is then paired with gleaming vertical hand-crafted clay Zellige tiles that are hung on the wall.
Mix With Hardwood
Abstract geometric floor tiles help define the tiny L-shaped kitchen in the corner of an open-plan living, dining, and kitchen space in a single-bedroom apartment in Paris created through Neva Interior Design. The bright, graphic piece of tiles visually divides the area from the remainder of the room and aids in defining the long, linear form of the room.