Unique Kitchen Floor Ideas
If your kitchen needs an update, these unique kitchen floor ideas are the perfect way to start. The kitchen is often the center of the home, where we cook, relax and enjoy spending time with the family. However, the kitchen floor is often an afterthought rather than a design choice. In fact, a new kitchen floor is a great way to update your kitchen completely. With options like warm oak floors, glossy white tiles or quirky patterned kitchen tiles, you will love how much choice you have.
A new floor will also keep the kitchen looking clean and tidy and add some personality to the room. We’ve taken a look at some of the best unique kitchen floor ideas and how you can recreate them in your home.
The heart of the home
If you love cooking together and you want a kitchen that feels comforting and homely, then there are some great kitchen floor ideas for you.
Look to traditional Italian and Spanish kitchens for even more inspiration, and consider gorgeous terracotta kitchen tiles. Look for a pattern you love, and choose high-quality kitchen tiles for a timeless look. This rustic, timeless kitchen look is inspired by traditional patterns, folk art and decoration. It also works well with a shabby chic kitchen.
If you want a warm and rustic look, you will love reclaimed wooden floors too. Perfect for creating a cozy and homely feel, reclaimed French oak hardwood kitchen floors have unique knots, textures and colors which will make your kitchen truly unique. This kitchen floor is also great if you think you might want to change your wall color or units as it complements so many different interior styles.
If you love modern, high-end kitchens, then it is important that you choose a kitchen floor that suits this designer aesthetic. Think high gloss, stainless steel and a chic monochrome color scheme. For this kitchen design, you want a bright, light floor that reflects the light and looks stunning too. If you want a marble style floor but would prefer kitchen tiles, then white composite slabs are a stunning choice.
Modern hardwood floors are another beautiful option, and a light hardwood floor like white beech is also perfect for a contemporary and high-end look. For a truly contemporary kitchen, it is worth going for a minimalist kitchen floor with a modern look and less decoration.
Retro kitchen design
Perfect for an all-American interior, a retro kitchen is a fun and relaxed kitchen design. Look for old signs and vintage tins and choose a gorgeous retro patterned kitchen floor to tie the room together. Kitchen tiles are ideal for this look as they also bring vintage charm and character to your kitchen.
Look for bold and bright patterns like these green retro kitchen tiles and use great vintage colors like mustard and avocado. The colorful kitchens of the past are making a comeback! However, if that is too much for you, there are other retro floor options to consider.
For a monochrome twist on this trend, a black and white patterned floor works so well. Think of a classic diner and embrace the Americana. Using a smaller pattern like this black and white checkerboard tile floor means your kitchen will look classy rather than tacky. This fun flooring trend is great for a busy family kitchen.
Grand kitchen hardwood floors
A wooden floor is a classic choice and it is perfect for creating a warm and inviting kitchen. If you have a large space or an open-plan home, then a hardwood floor can tie the room together and also complement any color scheme. A quality hardwood floor can last for decades, and there are lots of beautiful designs available.
For a bright and natural kitchen floor, White American Oak hardwood floors will catch the light and also create a warm and homely feel. Another unique kitchen floor idea which is perfect for large, luxurious properties, is a unique marquetry floor featuring traditional designs.
A beautifully detailed design like the Chambord Resina French Oak Wood Floor is perfect for creating a unique kitchen environment inspired by beautiful historic houses. These incredibly intricate hardwood floors are also perfect for creating a kitchen that really stands out. There is also a wide variety of different designs and patterns, as well as wood types and shades, so you can choose a really unique kitchen floor.
Colorful, patterned kitchen floors
One very popular kitchen trend at the moment is a beautiful patterned floor with bright, bold colored tiles. Look to Morrocco and India for design inspiration, and also look for unique tiles you love. Modern floor tiles are far more varied, intricate and unique than what has previously been available. In fact, a tiled kitchen floor is highly durable and a colorful pattern like multicolor Cox floor tiles is a perfect choice.
For an even more unique kitchen floor, choose a range of different tiles for a beautiful mosaic look. If you love the quirky and eclectic bohemian trend, then quirky and colorful kitchen tiles are ideal. For a vintage-inspired look, blue and white kitchen tiles are always a classic choice. The most contemporary way of using this trend is mixed pattern kitchen tiles – perfect for a vintage, aged look.
Industrial Kitchen Design
The industrial trend has been sweeping across our homes, and the kitchen is one of the best places to use this strong look. Think dark colors, lots of metal and rough textures too. Exposed brick is a huge part of the industrial aesthetic, and your kitchen floor is a great way to utilize this trend. Stylish brick effect kitchen tiles are timeless, industrial and will create a really unique floor that further complements the industrial kitchen design scheme. The kitchen floor also needs to be durable and hardwearing so the industrial trend is perfect. Furthermore, this look is great with polished metal appliances and industrial lights, which work really well in the kitchen.
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