You might be focusing on statement backsplashes, cabinetry upgrades, and flat-out ignoring your kitchen floor because it's not hardwood, but tile doesn't have to be your ugly stepchild. It can be seriously chic when done right, you just have to get creative and choose the right texture, pattern, and color scheme. Don't know where to start? These gorg tiled kitchens are probably a good place.
This super sleek, industrial-style kitchen deserves nothing less than a sweet, statement tile. We're obsessed with this take on a checkerboard, with slightly misaligned tiles to keep it from feeling too polished.
Stained concrete tiles give this coastal kitchen natural texture. They're also insanely durable, so you don't have to worry about your kids or pets wreaking havoc on them.
Can't decide between wood and tile? This kitchen is proof you don't have to. Wood planks run into a hexagonal mosaic tile. It's eclectic, unexpected, and somehow, seriously sexy.
Turkish terrazzo tiles create a graphic floor, which perfectly accents the white subway tile.
Match your floor tiles to your countertops, and you won't have to stress about anything clashing. Warm up the space (and add contrast) with a bold, colorful rug.
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Live out your hardwood floor dreams within wood tones. Lay them in a similar pattern to hardwoods, and you'll have the look you've been dreaming about for way less money — , tile cleanup is a breeze.
If you want a kitchen that feels laid-back and lived in, opt for terracotta floor tiles. This home's farmhouse-style kitchen gets a dose of hacienda charm from the hexagonal-patterned floor.
There's a lot of wood going on in this kitchen, so to complement the cabinets and island, the floors got concrete tiles in a similar hue. A subtle pattern helps keep it from feeling too monochromatic.
White kitchens can get basic, fast. De-blandify your kitch without having to swap out cabinets or re-do your backsplash by creating a patterned floor with colorful tiles.
White tile might sound boring and basic, but there's a time and place for it, and that time and place is in a bold kitchen like this one. Between the painted shutters and patterned, colorful backsplash, the floor could use a little basic white tile.