363 Eclectic Floor Tiles
The combinations of colors, styles, and shapes for flooring are endless, and there is a tile for every traditional, contemporary, and modern style-loving person out there. When you’re choosing a floor tile, try not to put aesthetic at the top of your list. It can be tempting to automatically choose a style and look at everything else after that. But if a tile isn’t durable or of high quality, it will chip and wear in no time, making it lose any aesthetic value it had very quickly. More
Antique cement tile with a lovely patina and pattern. We love this type of tile to add a sense of place to a home design, it can be used in a traditional, country sense or create texture and feel in an eclectic design.
I love the vivid color on this handmade cement tile - in an entryway or mudroom - this tile will brighten any home.
Handmade Cement Tile
Ganesha, a stone waterjet mosaic floor shown in polished Calacatta Tia, is part of the Silk Road Collection by Sara Baldwin for New Ravenna Mosaics.
I love tile for its ability to transform and enormous variety. This cement tile is a great example of how tile can really add depth and visual interest to a home - as a joyous pop of color in a foyer, on a backsplash, in a bathroom - all great examples of tiles ability to transform.
This graphic tile is really fun, I love the red popping out of the background. If you're afraid of this much pattern, use it as a border tile instead.
This cement tile has a great 'rug' pattern in its design, and lovely light blue is a color that can really lift a dark entryway. The colors are a bit more muted so it would work well with any interior. Tiles like this transition really nicely with wood floors.
This tile pattern is really feminine and groovy. I really like the faded, muted colors for such a funky pattern.
Mission Tile Trebol
I like the more muted tones and the open pattern of this cement tile. The warm caramel color would transition nicely with natural wood floors if you wanted to use this in a foyer or mudroom.
This classic pattern and patina just screams 'foyer' to me-would really set the stage for anyone entering your home and actually can work well in a number of different eclectic or traditional styles.
French Terracotta Parefeuille – A beautiful antique tile that has its background as a sub-roofing tile, our reclaimed Parefeuille tiles were originally used as an underlayment for the Mediterranean-style roofs in France. As a result, these tiles have two distinctive sides. The smooth side was...
These solid concrete pavers mimic the coloring, surface and edge finish of their antique counterparts from France. Suitable for indoor or exterior installations, even in freeze-thaw environments, Paris Ceramics provides these pavers with 1 coat of impregnating sealer.
Mosaic Tile - Cerastone Cream and Pearl Circles suitable for walls and bathroom floors. Create a gorgeous retro look with this material!
This beautiful marble is specially quarried and produced for Paris Ceramics from quarries located in the southeast area of the Iberian Peninsula in Spain.
Solid Ovals, a stone waterjet mosaic shown in Calacatta Tia and Nero Marquina, is part of the Silk Road Collection by Sara Baldwin for New Ravenna Mosaics.
White gloss doesn't have to be plain! I love the textures of this porcelain mosaic tile. Any room, outside space, wall or floor would be instantly invigorated from a touch of it. It would be beautiful as a path to a backyard pool, surrounded by a garden of pink and white peonies.
Mediterranean style, hand-crafted terra cotta tile available in any field color. Can be used as wall or floor tile.
Petrified tile gives you the warm feeling of wood with none of the maintenance. I see this working in rustic cabins, urban penthouses and everything in between.
I am in love with these handmade tiles by Popham Design in Morocco! The chevron pattern in black and white is my favorite.
I'm a bit of a fan of this lighter style terra cotta tile rather than the rose and reddish-pink ones. They have an antique sun-washed feel to them.
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