Home Tile Style

Whether you’re passionate about pattern, insist on rigid minimalism or hanker after a home full of hand-crafted products, there’s a tile for you. Now we’re starting to be bolder about how much and where we use them, beyond essential areas such as kitchen splash backs and showers.

If you are looking for stylish flooring ideas have gone through a plethora of trends to find interiors ideas that you won’t see anywhere else. From tile inspiration for bathroom floors to chevron in the kitchen, we have curated a list of flooring ideas for every room in your home. Ready to take a walk on the style tile side?


A checkerboard floor has the unique appeal of being timeless yet modern. A kitchen is a common place for it, but as this example shows, it’s also beautiful in a bathroom, especially when paired with deep red walls. The bathroom is in Knole, a stately home in Kent owned by the National Trust and inhabited by Robert Sackville-West and his family.

Image Source: Martin Stancliffe Architects

Parquet Floors

Originally made famous by Louis XI, who replaced all the marble floors in the Palace of Versailles with parquet, the geometrical style has a distinct elegance to it. Give it a modern makeover with a colourful, zigzag paint finish.

Image Source: McKay Flooring

Victorian Times

A Victorian-style bath and basin by Amberth make the perfect pair for ceramic tiles. This classic bathroom is a great reflection of 1950s retro Victorian-style tub with this oval shower rail completes the look with these amazing black and white tiled floor.

Image Source: Amberth

Mid-Century Tiles

Designer Fiona Parke and owner Bodil Blain opted for encaustic floor tiles in shades of aubergine, blue and white for the kitchen of Bodil’s Bayswater flat. Set against the neutral backdrop of the walls and cupboards, try the Evora tiles from Fired Earth to make a bold statement.

Image Source: Fired Earth

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