Who says a tiled kitchen floor has to be all white?? The possibilities are endless, and you can create looks that range from rustic/organic with stone or terracotta tiles to Mediterranean themes with an encaustic-style floor tile.
If, however, you do want to use white tiles on the kitchen floor, keep in mind that clean, simple lines underscore mid-century modern style, and a white tile is ideal. Keep it all together, though, and add white cabinets that have the appliances integrated and add a few touches of hand-crafted, natural wood.
Using tiles to define room areas
This is the same idea as using scatter rugs to separate space, only here you're doing it with ceramics. You can either mix and match the different tile materials, such as a waterproof wood look like luxury vinyl plank, or create different designs by mixing and matching tiles to section off sections of a room.
Other fun kitchen tile flooring ideas:
When you walk into our tile shop, you'll see a complete inventory from some of the most recognized tile brands worldwide. Some ideas include using black and white tiles to lengthen a galley kitchen because they'll draw the eye from one side to the other.
Right now, there are two hot trends: rustic/organic and Biophilia, the latter just meaning that colors, such as green, remind us of nature. Terracotta, seafoam, sage green, olive green, and earthy neutrals are all go-to's, especially for those coastal-style Florida kitchens.
Want to go bold? Try colorful hexagons, bold stripes, graphics, or geometric patterns, all of which can be found in our tile store.
Tile flooring is durable, able to withstand heavy foot traffic, kids, pets, and even moisture. It's easy to clean and lasts up to 50 years or more when taken care of properly. It can even become slip-resistant with the right glaze! Come into the Dunedin Floors and Granite showroom in one of our three locations: Dunedin, Tampa & Holiday, FL. We're convenient to Cape Fear, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, and Tarpon Springs, and you'll walk out with a free quote.