303 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
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.
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.
Diamond 313 shown in Dove, Cream and Black with accents of Burgundy & Celedon would make an eye popping kitchen floor or backsplash. Choose from over 20 inlay colors to make a one of a kind pattern.
Sevilla shown in White, Grey & Charcoal lends a modern feel to a traditional pattern concrete tile. Use as entire kitchen floor or backsplash.
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.
I fell in love with tile forever ago and then I came across and article about the American couple who moved to Morocco and is responsible for this gorgeous product and I fell in love all over again. Stunning.
This tile pattern is really feminine and groovy. I really like the faded, muted colors for such a funky pattern.
Mission Tile Trebol
This is a glazed, unpolished, porcelain tile from Daltile. It's available in both wall and floor grades.
Sabine Hill cement tile are a clean more modern approach to traditional cement tile. Using century old techniques cement tiles are all handmade and consist of sand, marble dust and mineral pigments. Slight imperfections are characteristic in all handmade tile and add to the appeal. Suitable for...
Floral Triangle 325 shown would make an intricately patterned kitchen floor or backsplash. Choose from over 20 inlay colors to make a one of a kind pattern.
This limestone floor has been cut into planks and set in a herringbone pattern. It looks terrific and shows that tile doesn't have to be square.
Combining the durability and ease of maintenance of ceramic tile with the appearance of stone or wood, Koydol’s Rustic Collection presents a wide variety of styles in an earthy color palette. Replicate the look of slate slabs or wood planks for vertical, horizontal, or pool applications.
These ancient stone floors originated from quarries in the southern Hebron Mountains near Jerusalem. The stone was used for floors in public buildings, courtyards and private houses for many hundreds of years, beginning from Roman times. The quarries themselves have long since been closed and the...
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.
I am in love with these handmade tiles by Popham Design in Morocco! The chevron pattern in black and white is my favorite.
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 is a glazed, porcelain tile from Tau Ceramica. It's available as both a floor and wall tile. Tau Ceramica makes a wide range of sizes incliding 20x20cm, 30x30cm, 40x40cm and 45x45cm to 30x60cm 60x60cm and 60x120cm.
I love the vivid color on this handmade cement tile - in an entryway or mudroom - this tile will brighten any home.
Handmade Cement Tile
Reclaimed antique French terracotta 7" hexagonal. These slightly browner and dark reddish tiles are perfect for wine cellars, laundry rooms, mud rooms etc..
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