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10 Kitchens Decorating Ideas

10 Kitchens Decorating Ideas

Although we will never get bored with wooden floors, there is something about tile kitchen floors that makes us pass out anytime. But can you blame us? Just look at this jaw dropping kitchen complete with graphic floor tiles or this European-inspired kitchen with chalk tile floors. In addition, tile floors are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also practical (for example, stain resistant and easy to clean) and durable – even the floor gets better with age.

“The right tile floor in the kitchen will patina over time like skin, and while the first spills and scratches may feel tragic, the effect with time is that the beautiful floor is not perfect,” interior designers Jonathan Taylor of Taylor and Taylor told MyDomaine. . “The goal is not perfection, but beauty through imperfections – embracing variations in colors and textures found in nature and handmade items. There is no place in this house that is more relevant than tile floors.”

Inspired to retile your kitchen? Here, we have put together 17 beautiful kitchens where tiled floors are the main event. See for yourself.

1. Geometric Cement Tiles

Floor tiles are the best way to combine colors and patterns into a space. Encaustic cement tiles, as seen in this kitchen by interior designer Rebekah Zaveloff from Kitchen Interior Interiors, are available in a variety of styles, making it easy to embed your space with personality.

2. Hexagon Terracotta Tiles

Rustic terracotta tiles give an old world charm to the kitchen, as this space was shown by interior designer Heidi Caillier from Heidi Caillier Design. Terracotta tiles are available in various shapes and sizes, including traditional squares, but the large hexagon format seen here is tilted more modern.

3. Calacatta Viola Marble Tiles

Marble should not be limited to the kitchen table. Get inspired to install floors in this amazing material from this fully furnished kitchen designed by Steven Gambrel. Here, the purple veined calacatta viola marble floor makes a strike statement.

4. Quartzite Tiles

Durable and easy to care for, quartzite tiles are an excellent choice for highly traded areas such as kitchens. In this space by interior designer Kristina Crestin from Kristina Crestin Design, the quartzite tile floor looks very nicely furnished with a blue-gray cupboard.

5. Limestone Tiles

If you want your kitchen to radiate the vibe of a country house, follow Amber Lewis interior designer from Amber Interiors’s lead and choose a limestone tile floor. A timeless stone that fits a number of design styles, including the French-inspired aesthetic seen here.

6. Graphic Encaustic Cement Tiles

Because encaustic cement tiles tend to be more expensive than other types of tiles, small kitchens are perfect for bold applications. Allow this kitchen designed by Shea McGee from Studio McGee to show the transformative power of bold graphic floors in space with limited square footage.

7. Geometric Cement Tiles

Allow this space designed by Park & Oak to convince you to do something rather controversial – base your tile choices entirely on kitchen utensils. Here, the floor consists of geometric cement tiles with star patterns that perfectly complement a French-style ice blue oven in an all-white kitchen.

8. Encaustic Cement Tiles

If you need another beautiful kitchen to convince you to give the cement floor a chance, take a look at this amazing blue kitchen designed by Emily Henderson, alumni of Ginny Macdonald. When it comes to coloring in the kitchen, sometimes more is more.

9. Tumbled Travertine and Terracotta Tiles

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Falling travertine and terracotta allow you to choose your own kitchen tile flooring options, but the checkered floor tile in the kitchen was designed by Victoria Hagan of Victoria Hagan Interiors.

10. Penny Round Tiles

Until relatively recently, penny round tiles were considered ancient – but this kitchen, designed by Leanne and Steve Ford of Restored by the Fords, is proof that the classic tile style is back. If in doubt, you will never go wrong with a timeless black and white palette, as exemplified by this space.