The World’s Most Beautiful Tile Floors

updated Oct 13, 2020
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The idea of a tile floor may conjure up images of linoleum or of bland, dirt-colored ceramic tile, but tile floors can also be really lovely — breathtaking, scene-stealing, even. If you need a little convincing, take a look at these 19 stunning examples, which may have you re-considering your next renovation.

Above: A really lovely encaustic tile floor, spotted on a space from Poppytalk.

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Terra cotta tiles with contrasting patches, spotted in a kitchen from SF Girl by Bay.

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Homes in Barcelona always have the most beautiful tile floors, and this one from Lonny is no exception.

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A wildly patterned tile floor in an entryway from Hus & Hem. via Interiors Porn.

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A classic black and white tile floor spotted on Marie Claire Maison.

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Here’s another Barcelona home, from Woonblog. Just look at that tile.

The London restaurant Sketch, spotted on see., has a tile floor made from various colors of marble.

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This gorgeous floor, spotted on Homepolish, is made from fishscale cement tiles.

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Another encaustic tile floor, this one from Yatzer.

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Encaustic tile (also called cement tile) enlivens a modern bathroom from The Style Files.

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Traditional black and white hex tile forms an intricate pattern in this space from Petite Passport.

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Cement tile covers the floor and walls of a bathroom from Homelife, via Apartment Therapy.

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Intricately patterned tile in an entryway from Kif Kef.

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Hex tiles in variegated colors enliven a bathroom from Chic Deco.

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The ‘tumbling block’ style of this cement tile floor adds a touch of pattern to a kitchen from Door Sixteen.