Absolutely! Tile flooring works with any interior design style with an almost endless variety.
Rustic’s cozy vibe
Stone-look or wood-look tiles add rich, warm tones to your country decor. Stones like slate, with pops of orange and beige hues, can lean toward rustic styles.
Black and white patterns can be effective, especially in farmhouse rustic. When you visit our tile store, try to bring paint chips and fabric swatches to see what works and what doesn't.
A word about wood-look tiles
Thanks to modern technology called Inkjet, intricate patterns with raised grains are now available on a wood-look tile floor. This is opposed to the old way of hand-painting ceramics, which was slow and inaccurate.
Manufacturers also produce textures. The most popular wood-look tiles are wire-brushed, hand-scraped, and distressed.
Industrial chic, nordic vibes, classic looks, and more
Concrete tiles are cool and contemporary to fit in with industrial, modern, and many other designs. If you want a Nordic vibe, consider gray slate in a large format.
Speaking of large format, this has fewer grout lines/visual breaks. That makes a room look larger, airy, and bright.
Consider the tile shop your design playland!
Encaustic looks for any decor
Genuine encaustic tiles are hand-crafted with different clay colors to produce the pattern or figure. Technology enables manufacturers to create realistic simulations that fit into boho, art deco, or other decors.
Let’s get you started on your tile flooring project!
We're locally owned, award-winning, and have decades of experience. Dunedin Floors & Granite will help you choose the perfect flooring and give you a free floor tile quote.
We have three locations: Dunedin, Tampa & Holiday, FL: Dunedin, Tampa & Holiday, FL. So come in to experience the difference, especially if your home or business is in Cape Fear, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, or Tarpon Springs.