We are in the process of planning out how we want to renovate this room (I posted a lot of photos so you could see all of the details). The first project I think that we will take on is looking for new kitchen floor tile ideas and deciding if and what color we should paint the cabinets. Even though I hate the look of our current floor, I do really like having tile in there because it is so easy to clean. I thought about trying to coordinate the flooring with our kitchen backsplash tile because I absolutely adore the look of slate in any application. Is that something that would make our home look super outdated or is it still on trend? Admittedly, I have not spent much time looking into backsplash tile ideas 2022 much because I do like what we currently have, so I have no idea if slate is super dated. We could do slate on the floor and then maybe paint the cabinets a charcoal grey color to tie it all together?
I am so glad that I took the time to come on here and look at kitchen floor tile ideas because I would have never known how to tie in the stacked stone accent wall that we have in the transition between our kitchen and living room. I had no idea that they made kitchen flooring that mimicked that stone look (I would have thought it would be too porous for that application). But, low and behold, here it is! I love how it looks against the white cabinetry as well as the dark wood island. It gives such a cozy feel to the space, much like the coordinating fireplace does. I am not sure if it is necessarily the best tile for kitchen floor because of all of the crevices that may catch food and debris, but I don't care since I love how it looks.
Boy have kitchen floor tile ideas come a long way from those peel and stick vinyl tiles of my childhood. I don't know if this is showing my age or not, but does anybody else remember helping their parents install those god awful cheap kitchen floor tiles when they were young? Just me? Anyways, I came on here to repost these photos because I was so inspired by everything from the flooring to the furniture and light fixtures, that I am going to renovate our main living areas (including the kitchen) to mimic it. I think that grey slate tile like this is the best flooring for kitchen or living room design because it is sleek and modern, yet has a certain earthiness to it. Not to mention, it is so easy to clean and maintain.
I came on here looking for kitchen floor tile ideas for our new kitchen, and I am really torn on how I feel about this particular patterned flooring. I have seen this kitchen tiles design used in a lot of the higher end homes on here, so I have a feeling that it is costly and probably quite luxurious. Overall, I do like how it looks in this room, but I am just not sure if it would be "too much" for a smaller home. Of course, I would want a completely different color scheme because I truly despise orange. But other than that, if I replicated these tile flooring ideas in our kitchen, I would keep pretty much everything else as is. It is certainly a "lewk" as they say these days, I am just not positive that it is the right one for me.
If this were your home, what type of kitchen floor tile ideas would you pair with these cabinets? I hate the linoleum that we have now because I think that it completely brings down the look of the entire space. If I could choose any of the popular kitchen flooring ideas that I have seen on here, I would probably go with wood but I just don't know what style or finish could possibly look good against white washed cabinets. We are going for a pretty contemporary theme throughout the entire home, so we have actually considered wood plank style tile or even larger (more high end) squares. I think that tiles design generally looks better than wood with contemporary decor, so it may be the right fit for our home.
I know that wood is usually the most popular flooring option for the main living areas of our homes, but I find that tile is so much more practical down here in Florida. With that being said, I spent forever searching for faux wood kitchen floor tile ideas that would give us the look of some sort of traditional wood flooring, but with the durability of tile. I was surprised to find that this is one of the trendiest kitchen tile ideas right now, so there were a ton of options available for us to choose from. We went with this gorgeous ashy grey plank because it coordinated well with the contemporary style of our main living area. I think that the floor tiles design alone really upgraded the overall look of the kitchen, and I would one hundred percent do it again if I could go back in time.