5 Kitchen Floor Tile Ideas for June 2016

Kitchen Floor Tile Ideas for 2016

Your kitchen is most likely the busiest room in your home, so any flooring type needs to be functional and hard wearing to cope with the increased footfall, spills, underfloor heating etc etc. As people realise (often at significant cost) that engineered wooden flooring is quite possibly the worst kitchen flooring you could choose people are quite rightly turning back to porcelain and stone tiles for their kitchen flooring. With such a varied choice of kitchen floor tiles it can be difficult to narrow down your preferred tile. So to assist or maybe give a little inspiration here are a few kitchen floor tile ideas, and kitchen styles to browse through.

Ultra Modern Colourful Kitchen With Wood Effect Porcelain Kitchen Floor Tile

It is no secret that we here at posh tiles Liverpool are big fans of wood effect porcelain tiles especially as they often replace impractical wood flooring in bathrooms and kitchens. The tiles are hard wearing easy to clean and install, they cope far better than wood flooring with spills, stains, and muddy feet. The floor tiles themselves come in long planks so keep the effect of natural wood, but with none of the drawbacks.

Scandinavian Style Grey Wood Effect Porcelain Kitchen Floor Tile

Like a wood effect kitchen floor tile but prefer something a little more Scandinavian? Well wood effect tiles come in various colours other than brown. Here a modern modular Scandinavian kitchen is offset with a lighter wood effect porcelain tile. Elements of grey and brown accents enable an eclectic of accessories for a modern carefree look.

Try Different Sized Tiles or Pattern Set Floor Tiles

Traditional and high end kitchens need a kitchen floor tile that matches the sophisticated look you are going for. However you can mix it up a little by using different sized tiles in a repeating pattern. Alternatively many of our natural stone kitchen tiles come in what we call pattern sets, these are ready made sets of different tile sizes that your tiler can just get to work on.

Mix Dark Woods, Marble & Limestone Tiles

This kitchen mixes solid stone worktops and dark natural wood units with limestone tiles to great effect. The tiles have been laid in a diagonal pattern to match the flow of the kitchen perfectly. If you where thinking limestone tiles where only grey think again there are various shades and patterns available, see our range of limestone tiles here.

Go Ultra Modern With White Polished Porcelain Kitchen Floor Tiles

If you want the clean lines of an ultra modern kitchen with corian worktops, white walls and strong accent colours then there is only one tile to choose. Our polished white porcelain kitchen floor tile remains incredibly popular and always looks amazing. Here it works perfectly with white and grey units white walls, and an orange designer chair.