12,950 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 floor 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 
Carrara Marble Grand Fan Shaped Mosaic Tile Polished
$16.69 $25.00 · Buy on Houzz
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Carrara White Marble big fish scale fan shaped pieces mounted on 12"x12" sturdy mesh tile sheet -6 rows and 3 columns with 18 stones on each sheet - 5/16" thickness - Polished finish - Natural Beauty -Carefully Selected - Consistent in size and finish - Factory Direct - Price per sheet (1 sq.ft.) - Large quantities in stock Grade Carrara Marble Italian White Bianco Carrer...More
“upstairs bathroom floor” — kaurdaisy65
Natural Finish Mixed Color Pebble Tile
$11 $22.00 · Buy on Houzz
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Natural Finish Mixed Color pebble tile, 100% natural Asian pebbles are assembled on interlocking mesh pattern for a seamless designer finish. A great looking pebble tile with stunning tones of amber, browns, taupe, burgundy, grayish white and black stones artistically blended. . The pebbles or ancient river rocks are sorted for color size and thickness ensuring the best gauge...More
2" x 2" Dark Emperador Tumbled Mesh-Mounted Marble Mosaic Tiles
$12.28 $25.68 · Buy on Houzz
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2" x 2" Dark Emperador Mesh-Mounted Marble Mosaic Tile is a great way to enhance your decor with a traditional aesthetic touch. This Tumbled Mosaic Tile is constructed from durable, impervious Marble material, comes in a smooth, unglazed finish and is suitable for installation on floors, walls and countertops in commercial and residential spaces such as bathrooms and kitchens. ...More
“VZen Dark Emperador Random Bricks Marble & Glass Tile” — banderson334
LotsaDots - 3/8" Marble Penny Round Tile, Bianco Carrara Marble
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Sold per Square Foot Sheet size: 12"x12" Individual Tile Size: 3/8" Tiles per sheet: N/A Tile thickness: 3/8"" Grout Joints: 1/4" Sheet Mount: Mesh Backed Sample: N/A
“trim?” — sarahsalemy
Crema Marfil Polished Mesh-Mounted Marble Mosaic Tiles 2" x 4"
$15.60 $24.69 · Buy on Houzz
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2" x 4"Crema Marfil Mesh-Mounted Marble Mosaic Tile is a great way to enhance your decor with a traditional aesthetic touch. This Polished Mosaic Tile is constructed from durable, impervious Marble material, comes in a smooth, unglazed finish and is suitable for installation on floors, walls and countertops in commercial and residential spaces such as bathrooms and kitchens. S...More
“BACKSPLASH” — Sharon Vee
Calacatta Gold Marble Hexagon Mosaic Tile 1 inch Polished
$22.29 $38.00 · Buy on Houzz
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Calacatta gold marble 1" (from point to point) hexagon pieces mounted on 12" x 12" mesh tile sheet -12 rows and 14 columns with 168 stones on each sheet -5/16" thickness -Polished finish -Natural Beauty -Carefully Selected -Consistent in size and finish -Price per sheet (1 sq.ft.) -Large quantities in stock First quality carrara marble italian white bianco carrera unglazed ...More
“Calcatta gold 1" hex marble mosaic; $24.99” — lolliebaby1951
Carrara White Marble Polished Tiles
$22.49 $41.60 · Buy on Houzz
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16" x 16" Full solid Italian Carrara White Polished Marble Tiles. Sold by Piece Color: White Finished: Polished Size: 16" x 16" White Marble with Grey veining
“Note size” — DR Rawson
1/4" Silver Birch Cork Tiles Flooring 22 Sq.ft Per PKG
$89 $158.00 · Buy on Houzz
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1/4" Silver Birch Cork Tiles Flooring 22 Sq.ft Per Package - Step Out of Your Warm Bath Onto Your Warm Cork Floor. 100% Water Proof Cork Glue Down Tiles. This 6mm tile gives you added warmth and comfort All glue down tiles need two coats of a water based poly urethane once installed to maintain integrity of cork and seam all seals, and recommended glue WAKOL D3540 Specif...More
“cork flooring tiles” — Hilary Thornton
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Evaluate your lifestyle, and the area that you want to use floor tiles in. Is it a high traffic area? Is it outdoors? Will it be exposed to moisture on a regular basis? Deciding the location, and the type of wear and tear that this tile will experience is absolutely vital before making any type of design decision.

Some common floor tile materials include:

Vinyl


This is the most common and most inexpensive type of floor tile. It also tends to be a bit lower in quality than other tile materials, so pay attention to the manufacturer and the overall sturdiness of the product. Choose a vinyl floor tile that’s fairly stiff, since it’ll be sturdier and wear better. It’s also important to pick a tile with a warranty — just in case.

Ceramic


This is a great choice for any area that’s going to be exposed to moisture (bathroom, kitchen), outside elements (entryway, patio), or a lot of foot traffic. While ceramic tile is definitely more expensive, it will wear extremely well. Make sure there are no flaws in the glaze. If tiles are unglazed, they need to be sealed so they’re stain resistant.

Granite, Marble, Slate and Other Natural Stone


These tiles are extremely durable and hard. They are more on the expensive side, and may require some type of treatment, so be aware of what’s involved before purchasing them.

Make sure that porcelain tiles are rated by the Porcelain Enamel Institute. A tile will be rated between one to five. One and two are strictly for walls and countertops, and three to five is for the floor. This rating is based on tile hardness and durability. Porcelain is often chosen as a tile material, because its extremely dense, very hard and resistant to wear and moisture.

What size and shape tile should I buy?


The size and shape of your tile partly depends on the look you’re going for. You can achieve a very different ambiance with a set of small mosaic like tiles, and larger white subway tiles. Think about the pattern that you’ll be laying these out in, and what will make the most sense. Do you have a square shape set aside? Or are you trying to go for a more intricate pattern? This can help you determine shape, and which size will look best.

Search for the floor tiles that will work best in your home. Browse through different textures, finishes, and styles here, along with information on where to purchase them.
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