Top 10 Gorgeous Graphic Floor Tile Ideas
Who doesn’t love a great, graphic floor? Judging by the popularity of the trending hashtag #IHaveThisThingWithFloors and its associated Instagram account, the answer is: nobody. Here are 10 standout examples of beautiful design underfoot — if only we’d thought to take a “selfeet” (a selfie of your feet) at each of these spectacular homes!
In the open-air entryway of this modern-meets-mission revival Los Angeles home, intricate tilework hints at the Moorish motifs and Spanish-style design found inside.
Inspired by intimate French boîtes, this moody Montreal kitchen features intricate tile floors in a glam navy hue.
The striking floors in designer James Davie’s eclectic kitchen are cement tiles imported from Mexico. The bold color and graphic pattern gives the space a playful vibe.
Inlaid tile risers in rotating patterns give this staircase graphic, global appeal. The Moorish designs pick up on the railing’s wrought iron detail, while crisp white walls keep the space feeling airy and uncluttered.
The principal bathroom of this Toronto triplex-turned-family home features a wealth of complementary surfaces. A statement tile floor infuses the space with energy, but its restrained palette keeps the busy pattern from feeling overwhelming.
An inlaid tile mosaic has an Art Deco feel that lends glamour to this eat-in kitchen. It frames the hefty wooden island and subtly references the graphic upholstery on the stools.
This tailored guest bathroom features a geometric tile floor that energizes the handsome space and keeps the tiny room from feeling cramped.
In a toned-down version of the graphic look, the principal en suite of designer Samantha Sacks’ Toronto home features a mosaic floor in Moroccan onyx. The soft colors add a hit of subtle but gorgeous pattern underfoot.
The hand-painted tile in this airy Los Angeles principal bathroom was inspired by Parisian Métro stations, which adds a hit of urban cool to the pretty space. An exotic runner feels fresh and global — and it ups the cozy factor, too.