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244 Eclectic Floor Tiles
The combinations of colors, styles, and shapes for flooring are endless, and there is a tile for every traditional, contemporary, and modern style-loving person out there. When you’re choosing a floor tile, try not to put aesthetic at the top of your list. It can be tempting to automatically choose a style and look at everything else after that. But if a tile isn’t durable or of high quality, it will chip and wear in no time, making it lose any aesthetic value it had very quickly. More
Antique cement tile with a lovely patina and pattern. We love this type of tile to add a sense of place to a home design, it can be used in a traditional, country sense or create texture and feel in an eclectic design.
I'm a bit of a fan of this lighter style terra cotta tile rather than the rose and reddish-pink ones. They have an antique sun-washed feel to them.
Slate floor tile
This classic pattern and patina just screams 'foyer' to me-would really set the stage for anyone entering your home and actually can work well in a number of different eclectic or traditional styles.
These flagstones are reclaimed from properties in the Burgundy region of France, an area almost as famous for its stone as for its wine.
This tile pattern is really feminine and groovy. I really like the faded, muted colors for such a funky pattern.
Mission Tile Trebol
White gloss doesn't have to be plain! I love the textures of this porcelain mosaic tile. Any room, outside space, wall or floor would be instantly invigorated from a touch of it. It would be beautiful as a path to a backyard pool, surrounded by a garden of pink and white peonies.
Petrified tile gives you the warm feeling of wood with none of the maintenance. I see this working in rustic cabins, urban penthouses and everything in between.
Petrified Wood Tile
This is a glazed, unpolished, porcelain tile from Daltile. It's available in both wall and floor grades.
I really like the way this cement tile pattern creates its own rug effect, great for an entryway floor, but would also love to do an entire kitchen floor in this!
I fell in love with tile forever ago and then I came across and article about the American couple who moved to Morocco and is responsible for this gorgeous product and I fell in love all over again. Stunning.
I am in love with these handmade tiles by Popham Design in Morocco! The chevron pattern in black and white is my favorite.
Marble comes in the widest variety of color and pattern among all natural stones. This installation takes advantage of the linear pattern in the stone.
I love the vivid color on this handmade cement tile - in an entryway or mudroom - this tile will brighten any home.
Handmade Cement Tile
I like the more muted tones and the open pattern of this cement tile. The warm caramel color would transition nicely with natural wood floors if you wanted to use this in a foyer or mudroom.
These are just some of our unique floor or wall "wood" porcelain tiles. We have a wide selection in different grains, sizes, and Bullnosing to finish your next remodel. These wood porcelain tiles are a cost effective tile that has a garuntee to be low maintence compared to REAL wood. flooring. Stop...
The grandest of stone floors, these antique reclaimed flagstones have a beautiful patina and texture that only time can produce. Quarried from the Languedoc area of France, the large flagstones work beautifully in contemporary as well as traditional settings. Once covering the floors of French...
This beautiful marble is specially quarried and produced for Paris Ceramics from quarries located in the southeast area of the Iberian Peninsula in Spain.