A tile is a great option in the kitchen. A versatile flooring option, tile floors can look rustic or cutting edge and can be installed in virtually any pattern. And tile can withstand heavy foot traffic, water spills and doesn’t absorb odors or bacteria. It can stand up to pets and children and it can go with any style of decor. And tile can be arranged in a multitude of patterns.
This kitchen is the place everyone will want to hang out in for sure. The oversized island seats six, and the mosaic tile floor leaps to life with color and pattern.
Black-and-White Tile Floors Elongate Galley Kitchen
Black-and-white tiled floors draw the eye from one side of the kitchen to the other. In turn, the narrow space seems longer and more open. The bright, mint blue cabinets accentuate this as well.
Modern Kitchen with Striking Geometric Floor Tiles
A rich walnut kitchen island provides an antique midcentury vibe, paired with white countertops and light, bleached wood cabinets. Colorful antique stools sit atop gray and white geometric floor tiles that extend throughout the kitchen and nearby dining space.
The contrast of white walls and cabinets work in perfect tandem with the bold striped tile floor down below.
A Fresh Tile Pick
One wall of this Brooklyn kitchen is lined with windows, offering a leafy view while bringing in loads of natural light. White cabinetry and neutral surfaces ensure the graphic tile flooring steals the show.
Classic Tile Accents a White French Country Kitchen
This narrow galley kitchen boasts an all-white color palette that helps brighten and visually expand the space. With tile accents and an oversized wall clock, this French country kitchen would be right at home in Provence.
Two walls of custom stainless steel-fronted cabinetry and appliances are softened by marble countertops and gray-and-white checkerboard flooring in this professionally equipped home kitchen.
Wood-look tile floors provide warmth against the crisp white cabinets and countertops in this coastal kitchen. A white subway tile backsplash adds a classic touch, while stainless steel appliances and cabinet pulls lend updated style to the space.