6 Ceramic Tile Kitchen Floors We Can't Stop Thinking About

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If you're kind of obsessed with patterned flooring and you're as gaga for ceramics as we are, boy oh boy do we have a treat for you: ceramic tile kitchen floors. (Pause for applause.) Similar in price to cement tile, ceramic tile also offers a wide variety of fun colors and patterns to choose from so you can deck out your culinary space in style. Here are six gorgeous kitchen floor ideas to satiate your design savvy appetite.


1. Industrial Refinement

We love the way this black and white ceramic floor tile adds a hint of unique flair to a lofty industrial kitchen. Paired with red brick walls, light wood cabinets, and steel-frame furniture, this cook space is a study in rustic elegance.

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Get the Look: Berkeley Charcoal Brown by SomerTile

2. Seaside Blues

Let the staycation begin! You can bring a coastal Mediterranean vibe to your kitchen in a snap with this light blue hexagonal tile. And the blue backsplash doesn't hurt either.


Get the Look: 8" Hexagon in Glacier Bay by Fireclay Tile

3. Country Chic

Add a dash of retro style with this gray, star-patterned ceramic tile kitchen floor. The playful pattern adds a sense of country charm to an otherwise white kitchen, while the wood countertops warm things up beautifully. .


Get the Look: Laura Ashley Wicker Charcoal Floor by British Ceramic Tile

4. Prewar Sophistication

If florals and stars aren't really your thing, opt for a herringbone pattern instead. This Prewar kitchen designed by the team over at Residents Understood has a ceramic tile that resembles wood flooring. Paired with white subway tile on the walls, gray cabinets, and brass hardware and fixtures, the finished look is simply elegant.



Get the Look: Porter by Architectural Ceramics

5. Modern Magic

Give your modern kitchen a boost with this stunning patterned tile. Fired and glazed just like porcelain, this durable material will withstand the usual wear and tear, but more importantly it will look brand spankin' new for years and years to come.


Get the Look: Cementine Contrast Circoli by Interceramic

6. Subtle Geometry

This lovely Nashville kitchen belonging to Elsie from A Beautiful Mess is a dream in green. The geometric ceramic floor tile blends seamlessly with the dark-hued lower cabinets, grounding the rest of the kitchen. Black appliances, fixtures, and hardware are a contemporary touch.

Get the Look: Geomento by Merola Tile



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