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.
2Easiest Cleanup Ever
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.
3Two Floors > One
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.
4Diamond (Floors) Are A Girl's Best Friend
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.
See more at A House In The Hills.
6Fake It 'Til You Make It
Live out your hardwood floor dreams with tiles in 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 — plus, tile cleanup is a breeze.
7Turn Up For Terracotta
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.
8Wood on Wood
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.
9Bring The Party To Your Floor
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.
10Keep It Classic
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.
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Kitchen Tile Design Ideas
We’ve all been victims of the kitchen mess. A bubbling pot, a pan that splatters, a dropped bowl—make cleanup easier in all of these situations with tile that protects your kitchen surfaces. Whether on the backsplash, the walls, the floors or all three, one of the best properties of tile is how easily it wipes clean. Tile is versatile enough that you’ll always find one to coordinate or contrast with your cupboards, counters and existing decor.
Make sure your favorite tile stands out to everyone by accenting it in a frame.
2021 Kitchen Tile Design Trends
Often what’s trending in design is trending in tile, too. In 2021, we’re seeing lots of hexagons, dark, dramatic colors, like navy blue, dark green and black, brick looks, patterned or encaustic tiles and mixed metallics. Classic subway tiles are still popular but colors besides white are starting to make appearances, keeping this look fresh and interesting. Patterned tiles, especially if they are used up to the ceiling to cover an entire wall, give your space the look and feel of wallpaper in an easy-to-care-for material. Glass splashbacks, which are large pieces of tempered glass that usually have a pattern or print, are popular in Europe and have begun making their mark in the United States. Use these eye-catching pieces to make a statement over a stovetop or behind a sink.
Mediterranean cobalt blues and floral-inspired patterns make this kitchen patchwork effect memorable.
A dimensional tile with configurations that intrigue is a welcome sight at the end of the day.
A cool, calming and neutral kitchen overflows with patterns, mixed materials and points of interest upon closer inspection.
Subway Tile Accents
Popular but always classic, subway tile is a perfect choice for any kitchen. Keep the look fresh and original in a bold color, a unique pattern or with a contrasting grout color. One of the best things about subway tile is the variety of patterns in which it can be installed. A neutral color installed in an unexpected pattern makes a big statement.
Add a twist to your subway tile design by installing a textured tile in a unique pattern.
Want to add contrast to your subway tile backsplash? Install a recessed shelf with a bold tile design.
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Mosaics are often used on the backsplash because they are made up of small-scale tiles, perfect in this space, but don’t be afraid to create a whole accent wall. Use glass, marble, ceramic, porcelain and mosaics made with other materials to add pops of color, shine and shape to your kitchen.
Mosaic tiles are an effective way to add interesting lines to a white wall.
Get creative with unorthodox shapes and sizes that will make your walls stand out.
Want to see more options? Browse our mosaic tile.
Kitchen Backsplash Designs
Backsplashes are not only functional, protecting your walls from splashes and spills, but they are fashionable, too. Think of your backsplash as the jewelry to your kitchen—that little bit of sparkle that completes a look. Have fun, and get creative with your backsplash while you protect the area around your sink, range and countertops. Glass, textured tile, metallic tile, mosaics—in a wide variety of options, there’s a backsplash tile to reflect your unique style.
Your kitchen backsplash is a perfect opportunity to add a pattern that really pops.
If your kitchen cabinets and countertops are white, consider a tile design that will add some personality.
Browse our selection of backsplash tile.
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Whether you have a spacious kitchen that’s the entertaining hub of the home or a small space just big enough for you, a tile floor is always a perfect choice for your kitchen floor. In a room that’s used almost every day, it’s important to have something that’s both easy to clean and durable. From modern to classic, tile can easily achieve almost style you’ve been dreaming of while retaining these easy-care properties.
Tile flooring is a great fit in a kitchen because it’s stylish, durable and easy to clean.
Our wide selection of colors and finishes means that you’ll find a great fit for your room’s decor.
Available in a variety of shades, wood-look tile flooring offers a natural look with exceptional durability.
Browse our selection of kitchen floor tile.
Design Tip: Choosing Materials
In the room where your guests will gather (and their spills and messes will, too), you can’t go wrong using tile. Ceramic, porcelain, glass and stone tiles all clean up easily once they are installed correctly and give your kitchen timeless style. Plus, your floor tiles can be heated to make this popular entertaining area even cozier. We can’t help with the cooking, but with a beautifully tiled kitchen, we’ll make sure cleaning up is easier than ever.
Add a lively dose of personality by installing a striking glass tile pattern in your kitchen.
Ceramic tile stands up extremely well to moisture and is available in a multitude of shapes and patterns.
Design Tip: Choosing Colors
You can dress up your tiled kitchen in almost as many colors as paint…except you can add texture, shine, patterns and sparkle! Whether you want a bright, white kitchen or a colorful, bold one, tile will ensure that the color you choose for your kitchen lasts you years. With the variety of finishes and colors available at The Tile Shop, you never need to worry that you won’t find something to match your kitchen cabinets and counters. If you’re unsure what will match, look for pictures in our Customer Room Gallery that resemble the look you want, or stop in and ask one of our experts.
Installing white tile in your kitchen doesn’t mean that it can’t add an eye-catching effect.
A stark contrast to the white cabinets, this unique pattern was a wise choice for this backsplash.
This natural stone backsplash really complements the dark wood tones in this rustic kitchen.
Your backsplash is a great opportunity to flex your creative muscles and make a big statement.
Nothing beats seeing the tile in person. Come in to browse our huge selection of tile options at a store near you.
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Now you can capture that favorite memory of yours and put it up for everyone to see. No, it is not pictures that we are talking about. These are photo tile murals which can be customized according to your likings and be put anywhere in the house.
Okhyo has got rather innovative with these photo tiles. Have waterfalls or blue lagoons inside your bathroom for a holiday feel. Or have your favorite destinations printed on tiles and be stuck into your living room. They act as lovely reminders of the lovely time gone by.
Have as many variations as you like. For starters, we have compiled a decent collection of kitchen tile photos and bathroom tile photos.
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