Patterned tiles

Sometimes I get fixated on a detail and then I see it over and over and then I become obsessed with finding the perfect example, all the while dreaming about how I have to have it in my life somehow.

Right now, my fixation is on patterned floor tiles. I see them everywhere – in local cafes, restaurants and bars, and in varying sizes, shapes and designs. From florals to geometric patterns, the result is totally gorgeous. I think this trend is a part of the whole mix&match movement where contemporary interiors are matched with deep textured cement tiles. Either way, I am a fan and would love to incorporate this look into my house.

It seems to me that if you’re going to have a patterned tiled floor somewhere it should look like one of these…now, where shall I have mine..?!

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Image Credits:

Image 1: 100layercakelet.com | Image 2: erinwilliamsondesign.com | Image 3 & 4: My own | Image 5: beckiowens.com | Image 6: castelnautiles.co.uk | Image 7: frenchyfancy.com | Image 8: blog.jennasuedesign.com | Image 9: My own

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Les
    April 18, 2016 / 7:49 pm

    I would use in the bathrooms and toilets I think …

      • Les
        April 18, 2016 / 7:55 pm

        Yes could use in the utility of course but where else would you use them? Still the bathrooms etc? I think your image would work well!

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