The versatility and durability of decorative concrete make it a popular alternative to stone or tile. A mottled-brown-black stain gives this kitchen's concrete floor a distinctive warmth and old-world character. The concrete is the perfect counterpoint to the bold red-and-black palette in this kitchen.
You can use kitchen floor tiles or wood to create a herringbone pattern, mixing and matching flooring tones to create an entirely unique pattern. Kitchen tiles are a great option if you want to mix and match colors and go bold with your own kitchen floor tile design.
Kitchen Tile Design Ideas We've all been victims of the kitchen mess. A bubbling pot, a pan that splatters, a dropped bowl—make cleanup easier in all of these situations with tile that protects your kitchen surfaces. Whether on the backsplash, the walls, the floors or all three, one of the best properties of tile is how easily it wipes clean.
In addition to the California, beachy look, whitewashed tile floors are also excellent for the now-trending farmhouse style homes, particularly in the kitchen. Whitewashed wood-look tile floors typically show the appearance of wear with the darker colors peeking out from underneath.
Hexagon Shaped Tile Ideas. You can create some unique flooring designs with the hexagon shaped tiles. Below is a beautiful, modern hexagon tile on a bathroom floor, in blueish colors, with an added Mediterranean pattern mix, from the Lucia collection by Verso25.
For a more out-of-the-box look and feel, you can also browse our contemporary flooring made up of materials like cork, bamboo, vinyl, and linoleum. If you are looking for a modern floor that is sleeker and more impact resistant than your standard hardwood, tile flooring is an excellent choice.