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Smart Kitchen Floor Tile ideas

by Harry Oliver Digital Marketer

While planning a stunning looking kitchen, it is, but obvious that we tend to focus on masterpieces that would grab the maximum attention. This approach might not be totally wrong, but isn’t 100% right either. So, if one uses simple tiles artistically, getting a smart looking kitchen floor won’t cost you a lot on your pocket. Keep scrolling for some smart kitchen floor tile ideas and get on thinking what your dream kitchen floor could look like!

Hardwood Tile

A tile, that doesn’t look one bit like a tile! These look like natural wood, but are made of porcelain but with the strength of a tile. Tile them in a herringbone fashion, to get that smart looking kitchen floor.

Utilitarian Kitchen Tile 

A lot of times, simply picking up a single type of kitchen flooring, could become a herculean task, thematically and economically both. A simple solution to this could be, to use tiles only at places where it’s really needed. It could be around the stove area, floor cabinets or simply around the sink. 

Colour Balance

Balancing colours in the kitchen is a very easy way to make the space look bigger and brighter. What you could do is, pick on a colour for your top or lower cabinets, when it comes to tiling the floor, choose the same colour, but only in 2-3 shades darker in comparison to the cabinets. This will give a feeling of continuity and rhythm to your kitchen floor.

Minimalist Tiles

Maybe colour combinations or utility based isn’t your type. Yet another simple idea would be to choose a basic neutral colour, such as a slate grey, or even pure black for your kitchen floor and play around the colour of the cabinets, which is sure to pop in such contrasting background!

kitchen floor tiles

When it comes to scouring for smart kitchen floor tile ideas, there is no dearth. There are innumerable colours, pattern or texture combinations, as well as materials available, from porcelain or a natural stone, each lending a nuanced look to your kitchen floor and subsequently your kitchen. Designing a kitchen floor could be as easy as it could be difficult, so finalize a look first and then work towards the material!


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