7 Patterned Kitchen Floors That Got it Right
From Moroccan mosaics to penny tile designs, these tiles make the floor the star of any kitchen.
Published May 10, 2017 3:00 PM
Be BoldEmily Hendersongets it right every time. Her design team nailed this kitchen, which features standout tiles in an incredible pattern. This cement tile is not only functional but also beautiful. The colors are consistent, which is key in a narrow space like this.
Get the Look: Clé Tile Alhambra
Binge On Color
A nearly exclusively pink kitchen calls for an equally daring floor tile. We’re loving the subtle variations of the green in the playful floor tiles!
Get the Look: Otura Tile
We are all about the wallpaper in this kitchen. It is bold and bright—much like the cabinet color. If these features are attractive to you, think about keeping the floor tile a bit simpler. These tiny penny round tiles are the perfect contrast to louder accents. The pattern comes in through the placement of color rather than the tile itself.
Get the Look: Mercury Mosaics Penny Rounds
Balance It Out
Offset a monochromatic kitchen scheme with a subtle pop of color, reserved for the flooring. Not only does it contribute a more light and airy feel throughout, but it also brings in a burst of character.
Get the Look: Encaustic Cement Tile – A112 Blue
Try something a little edgier in your kitchen. These pastel tones are totally on trend, and we applaud the brave design. Our eyes, admittingly, pass by the amazing blush island and go right to the black and white printed tile. In this twist of a kitchen design, the bold tile’s pattern cuts the sweetness that the pastel cabinets provide.
Get the Look: Clé Tile New West Pattern
If you are working with darker cabinets, consider going lighter with the floor tile. This Barcelona-inspired tile is a terrific option for your sleek space. The tile is what makes a basic kitchen brilliant.
Get the Look: Clé Tile Barcelona Two
We are all about these evergreen kitchen cabinets, but have you checked out the floor tile? The black and white print—mixed with whitesubway tile
allows for the cabinets to really pop. Every element of this space is totally dreamy.