Textured Kitchen Tile Floors
Textured kitchen tile floors are another great way to add more dimension to the room. Big windows in the kitchen area allow in lots of natural light which can accentuate the style and designs of the kitchen tile floors. An orange-y brick color does well with a majority white kitchen. It also pairs great with wood. As for darker tiles, such as black, they also pair amazingly with white-painted kitchens. Both styles and designs of textured kitchen floor tiles are an excellent addition to the room and can for sure elevate the look of the space and house.
Hexagon kitchen tile floors are a standout design choice. It strays away from the traditional square shape but not too much so that it looks odd or out of place in the kitchen area. Whether you’re using mini square tiles to create the hexagon design, or you’re using hexagon-shaped tiles, both are a fun addition to the kitchen and adds some pizzazz to the place. You can do so much with hexagons, these are just two design ideas out of many other possibilities.
Star-shaped patterns and designs are another way to subtly spice up the look of your kitchen. Whether the designs are more intricate or basic, both draw attention to the room. The blue star-shaped kitchen tile floors lean more towards the minimalistic side but still manages to grab your attention and draw you to the room.
Busy Patterns and Designs
Speaking of busy designs and patterns, here are a few more examples of how you can go about them. The star/snowflake design is pretty popular and for good reason. There are so many ways those can be drawn and styled with the rest of the kitchen space. Flowery tile designs – big or small – are also super common to see. Similar to the other designs, they can be done in various ways as well. Whether you like building up the little tiles to create a larger image or if you prefer the tile designs to stand by themselves, busy-patterned kitchen tile floors can be executed in so many ways we’ll only show you a couple here to spare you the time. But don’t rule them out!
Here are some more hexagonal and circular kitchen tile designs. Kitchen tile floors can be decorated in various ways. Hexagon-shape designs are also a common choice. If you’re stuck on how to go about this design, here are some ideas and inspo.
Checkerboard Kitchen Tile Floors
The biggest and most common kitchen tile design of all is probably the checkerboard. It’s super easy to do and you can pick almost any color combination you want. The infamous black-and-white checkerboard design is the most common choice, as you don’t have to be an interior design expert or color theorist to make black-and-white work for your home. It can practically go with any color in your kitchen. Maybe that’s why it’s the most popular color combination. But if you want something for unique and individualized, try playing around with that color palette.
Plain Stone or Marble Kitchen Tile Floors
Plain stone or marble kitchen tile floors are underrated. Whether you’re using big square tiles or smaller-shaped ones, they can help make the kitchen area look more cohesive. When the kitchen tile floor colors match the cabinets or walls, it really brings the place together. Plain stone or marble tile floors are super minimalistic looking and can be designed to also look very elegant and modern.
Unique Kitchen Tile Floor Patterns
Here are some more unique patterned kitchen tile floors. Whether you choose to go with something more extravagant or simple, having some of the colors from your tiles match up with the colors in your kitchen is super helpful in creating a put-together kitchen look. Black and white tend to be common tile design colors since they are super common appliance colors. However, that does not mean you need to stick with those colors. If you’d prefer something more warm-toned, this last kitchen design idea might be up your alley. The light wooden features of the cabinets pair well with the unique squiggle design of the kitchen tile floors.
What do you think of these kitchen tile floors? Like or love? Would you go back to yesteryear of simple and plain floors…or are patterned tiled floors your preference.