30 Floor Tile Designs For Every Corner of Your Home!

Artistic creations don’t have to be confined to your walls. When it comes to your house, there are plenty of ways to infuse beauty and design within every part of your personal space. From the light fixture to the furniture, each piece of your overall vision can be accented with an artsy essence, and that includes your floors. Take a peek at these beautiful and inspiring floor tile designs and see how to recreate your kitchen, bathroom or foyer into something even more magical.

1. Sweater Pieces.

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Yes, carpet can have a tile formation as well. And this sweater style is quite homey and perfect for living rooms and play areas. We love the mixing and matching you can do with an idea like this and it makes the space rather cozy and welcoming, don’t you think?

2. Marble Beauties.

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We are huge advocates of marble tiling. It’s beautiful, easy to care for and long-lasting. It also adds an elegant, sophisticated touch any space it’s in.

3. Hexagon Speckles.

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Sometimes smaller is better, especially in smaller rooms. The delicate and geometric designs helps to brighten the room even farther and create a bit of funk and interest!

4. Mediterranean Accent.

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Sometimes you can create a unique design right with your tiling to enhance a focal point. Just look at this Mediterranean-inspired piece, it’s beautiful don’t you think? And it makes this space even more stylish and special than if it went without.

5. Diagonal Choices.

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Go with a diagonal setting for a unique and chic style. It’s perfect for a modern vision and this dark, neutral tone helps to keep the vision of this masculine bathroom intact but also very fashion-forward.{found on annlowengart}.

6. Throw Design.

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A tiled throw rug made with beautiful carpet could give your room that modular, floor tile design without having to cover the entire area and commit to too much of a change.{found on merkelhome}.

7. Contemporary Center.

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Here’s another stunning example of how you can use tiles to create an artistic presence. Just take a look at this contemporary focal point created around a simple, modular formation.{found on feinmann}.

8. Custom Cut.

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If you have a particular vision, you could even have your tile custom cut to create a gorgeous, unique design. It’ll definitely add a personal touch to the house!{found on debratoney}.

9. Red Retreat.

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This classic design is perfect for kitchens and bathrooms as it provides a clean and chic finish. Of course we love it in black and white, but red and white sure makes the space pop!

10. Colorful Carpet.

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We already love carpet tiling and we’re even more in love with this colorful design for a nursery or play room. Take different pieces of colored carpet and create a playful design for the little ones to enjoy!

11. Bamboo Material

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Bamboo is eco-friendly and versatile. It’s perfect for both bathrooms and kitchens, and truly blends well within nearly any theme or style scheme that’s you’re envisioning.

12. Moroccan Artistry

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These Moroccan tiles really make a splash inside this bathroom. We love this look on the walls of the bathroom or even used as a backsplash, but the uniqueness with it adorning the floor is unmatched.

13. Faux Concrete

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Of course you can have concrete tiling, but faux concrete tiling will give you the edgy look you want but with the comfort you need when using it inside the home.

14. Counting Cork

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Cork is another great addition to the kitchen and it comes in a variety of pieces such as tiles and even hexagon pieces. It feels great on the feet and it insulates!

15. Stone Foyer

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Add stone to your foyer for a surprising welcome and organic experience. Although this isn’t, technically, a contemporary tile concept, the flooring idea is one that needed to be featured and inspired.{found on amoreinteriorsllc}.

16. Vinyl Colors

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One of the most popular tile materials is vinyl. It comes in a variety of shapes and colors, making it one of the most cost-effective and versatile choices to choose from.

17. Mosaic Designs

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Remember, you can always go with a more custom look. And this marble mosaic pattern draws the eyes down, adding depth to this small, guest bathroom and fashion-forward energy.

18. Think Brick

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Here’s another edgy and fun example of utilizing outside-the-box, nitty & gritty pieces inside the home. Bricks works outside the home, but also inside as well! Just look at the texture and interest it adds!

19. Utilizing Encaustic

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Encaustic tiles, which involve clay design, can be just what you need for adding a bit of accent in a place that needs the uplifting. Just take a look at this home office, made even more special with the tile addition.{found on andreamclean}.

20. Penny Parts

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Named “penny” tiles for obvious reason, these bits make a textural, interesting scene inside any bathroom or even kitchen and dining room combination. Black, white or even some powder blue colors can be seen covering these small parts.

21. Glossy Sections

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Glossy tiles are also an option when deciding on your new floor. Mosaic piece come in a variety of colors and designs that you can get creative with and add the right kinds of compliments to your vision.

22. Porcelain Installment

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If you’re looking for a more traditional style, check out porcelain tiles. And then take a peek at this gorgeous, formal living room that’s been completely rounded out by this tile flooring.

23. Chevron Prints

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If planned right, you can design a unique layout specifically for your space. For example, this small bathroom was taken to an entirely different level with its chevron touches.

24. Geometric Segments

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Now we have a geometric set up that was taken out of the bathroom and put in the hallways and foyer – popular in homes with a more Victorian spirit. You could even utilize this idea in the breakfast nook!

25. Hacienda Cuts

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Bringing some Spanish flavor inside the home can be done with some Hacienda tiling, like inside this gorgeous, colorful home. The covered porch or kitchen can use this makeover.

26. Unfinished Looks

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Don’t be afraid to try an unfinished, wood tile inside the bathroom or your more contemporary home. You’d be surprised how much interest and refreshed feelings can be adding with this more organic look.

27. Larger Lots

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If you’re thinking of a more spacious and grandiose vision, you may want to go with larger tiles – in whatever material you choose. It creates a more flowing feeling and more open experience for any room.

28. Feature Flooring

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Here’s just another gorgeous example of what happens when you can think outside-the-box and take your creativity to the floor. It can truly transform and bring a new found energy into any space.

29. Subway Ceramic

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What you see here is a “subway ceramic” tiling that adds a masculine energy and trendy charm to this contemporary kitchen. We love the darkened floor and how it neutralizes the space.

30. Rubber Bits

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Rubber can work around the house as well. This is another popular choice for the bathroom or kitchens, but it’s also quite unique and completely unexpected!{found on ogawafisher}.