Tiles are an ideal choice for areas with frequent exposure to water, such as kitchens and bathrooms. Ceramic, porcelain and stone tiles are common options for kitchen flooring options. The tile comes in many sizes and colors and can be designed in a variety of patterns to suit almost any design theme. I suppose the trend of leaky floors will grow more in the coming years, but it will never become the preferred choice for flooring.
Instead of laying tiles, paint tile-shaped floors with bold colors, like Gary McBournie did in this kitchen. Extra-large tiles have been trending for quite some time and manufacturers continue to create larger and larger individual tiles. You see, tile has been dominating the art of disguise long before it was the coolest or most modern thing on floors. In addition, like vinyl, laminate floors are an excellent option for DIY installation, since the boards can be joined together and glued or “floated”, allowing them to be placed on an uneven subfloor.
While it's more popular on walls, subway tile floors are on pretty much every Pinterest board for dreamy bathroom floors. Occupied tiles may be beautiful, but are best used in smaller spaces, such as a dressing table or a narrow hallway. Instead of that boring straight line, hexagonal floors slowly seep into contrasting floor types (such as wood-looking boards), so they come together in a one-of-a-kind geometric pattern. Take a look at these wonderful and motivating tile structures for floors and see how to reproduce your kitchen, bathroom or hallway in something considerably supernatural.
It's not a mistake to install subway tiles, but if you want to set trends, focus more on newer tile shapes. Some ceramic tiles produce products with the chevron pattern on the tile itself, which is great if you ask me. Whitewashed wood-looking tile floors usually show an appearance of wear and tear with darker colors peeking out underneath. The hallway has beautiful original Baltic pine floors.
My question is how to connect the hallway floor and the kitchen floor (which is currently tiled but will be replaced), thank you. I didn't know that residential locations use warm, neutral tile colors when designing their home to set the mood. I saw a very interesting image of wood with a concrete-looking tile inlay (the tiles measured 12″ x 12″). A rustic hardwood floor is perfect for your family home, while a concrete-looking tile is an impressive touch for a modern apartment.