7 Awesome Floor Design Ideas

Your choice of flooring can make or break the entire room’s design. It’s important to always choose wisely. Other than the resilience and durability of the flooring material as well as its water and scratch resistant abilities, your floor should have the perfect design. If it’s inspiration you’re after, we’ve narrowed down some 7 stunning floor designs that you can drool over and take a pick. Go through these amazing floor designs we found on Pinterest and thank us later.

1) Traverk Castagno Tiles by Topps Tiles

We love the beautiful porcelain tiles with a matt finish perfect for any stylish and modern home. This floor design gives you the ability to choose a random style that maintains your home’s classy look. It’s a classic look that mimics natural timber with fine chesnut woodgrains. The porcelain tiled floors are not only known for their resilience and durability but are also water resistant, less prone to scratches and have the dramatic look and feel of real wood. Use these porcelain tiles to add a touch of sophistication in your home. If you don’t fancy the smooth matt finish, you can always have it textured.

Suitable for: bathrooms, study rooms, bedrooms, hallways, living area and kitchens

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/toppstiles/?autologin=true

2) Montagna Wood Vintage Chic by MARAZZI

Porcelian tiles just got better with this striking wood vintage design floor tile. A quick glimpse and you might mistake the floor tiles for painted wood that has been weathered and reclaimed. The tiles come in a wide variety of textures and shades so it’s easy to choose a look and feel that perfectly complements your home. Ranges of white, gray and brown combined to give your floor a dramatic and exotic look at a fraction of the cost. This is certainly the best way to express your personal style with an interesting floor tile design. The chevron and herringbone patterns add an instant character and uniqueness to the floor design.

Suitable for: hallways, living areas, bedrooms and walls

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/homedepot/

3) Pattern Tiles with Wooden Plank Tiles

This is an amazing floor tile design for your kitchen island. When you think about tile, you often consider a uniform pattern. But this design right here breaks all those rules. Break the monotony of wooden plank tiles by incorporating pattern tiles in strategic sections on the floor. Step away from the uniform plank tiles by choosing a patterned design that blends with a section of your wall as well as the rest of the home’s design. It’s one unique way to dress up a room with tile and create a dramatic feel on certain sections of the space. Dare to be different by choosing this floor design. You can also install floor heating systems to add warmth and comfort to the space.

Suitable for: kitchen islands, living areas and bedrooms

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/domozoom/

4) Brass “Veins” on the Floor

Borrow this urbane floor design seen in a Munich restaurant. The narrow brass lines that run through a section of the ceiling and walls to the floor complement the room’s contemporary design. In this design, clear and functional forms have been used to add drama and sophistication in a way that has never been seen before. The brass lines that run along the floor and up to the walls act as a guide for visitors to have a quick glimpse of the entire space. The brass veins join above the ceiling forming part of the lighting that illuminates the space. This idea can be beautifully incorporated in your home’s living area. You’ll need similar lighting fixtures in brass to complement the design. The design comes out perfect in a room with large windows and glass interior features. Textured concrete was used on the floor and it matches beautifully with the brass veins which break the monotony creating an interesting appeal in a section of the floor.

Suitable for: kitchens, living areas and restaurants

Photo Credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/dezeen/

5) Woven Vinyl Flooring by Bolon

Bolon, a Swedish design company has unveilved a new collecton of vinyl flooring known as Silence. The unique characteristics of this flooring make it a catchy addition in any modern home. It features classic wooden parquet patterns that take your home from dull to sleek in an instant. This wooden floor provides everything you need from the textured surface to the dramatic perspective. It’s flat and safe enough to prevent the dust mites and dirt from hiding underneath. When properly laid out, woven vinyl flooring can turn out to be a truly innovative addition in any home. Expect a high level of comfort, resilience and longevity with this particular floor type. The design is in such a way that no two fibers look alike creating a textural visual that you’ve never seen before. Consider this as the floor design to give your home the sophistication it desires.

Suitable for: living areas, kitchens, hallways, dining area and bedrooms

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/eagleeye/

6) White Marble Tiles with Patterned Section

Luxurious and naturally detailed, that’s the perfect description for this floor design. We love how the countertop and floor complement each other in a cohesive, timeless design. Marble has always been known to add glamor and a sleek appeal to any kind of living space. This is one of those floor designs that can be adapted in frequently used areas. We like the combination of patterned tiles with marble on the flow. The subtle yet strong finishes give the space a contemporary look. Consider this idea for your next bathroom renovation.

Suitable for: bathrooms and hallways

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/dailyhomedecor/

7) Natural Gray Oak Engineered Flooring

Engineered oak flooring is now commonly used in modern living spaces. It gives the quality and resilience of solid oak flooring at a fraction of the cost. We love how the floor design appears natural with a look that perfectly mimics a wood finish in a soft bespoke gray color. The different variations of gray and dark brown colors complement each other well in this floor design. You’d mistake it for a genuine oak wooden floor. This looks appears classy and can add a touch of sophistication if you’re going for a minimalistic design in your home.

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.ca/NCandSCRealtor/

Suitable for: living areas, bedrooms and hallways