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Reno inspiration: 10 examples of ceramic floors

By: Léa Plourde-Archer

Reno inspiration: 10 examples of ceramic floors

By: Léa Plourde-Archer

Inspiration for your renovationsReno inspiration: 10 examples of ceramic floors

Ceramic is an easy to maintain, resistant and versatile floor covering. In North America, it’s generally used in damp rooms like kitchens, halls and bathrooms, but not so much in bedrooms and living rooms. Yet it’s a material that can adapt to all kinds of decors and environments.

Looking for ideas for a ceramic flooring project? We've scoured decorating ideas platforms like Pinterest to offer you some interesting examples.

10 ceramic floor models for every room of the home

1- A terracotta tile floor with an antique look

Terracotta ceramic floor

Photo: Arto

We start the list with an unconventional example in a classic setting. These tiles have a lovely orange tone and feature an original pattern that takes us back to the distant past. However, this type of flooring would suit a wide range of decors, from a rustic style to a more contemporary environment.

Similar models available for purchase:

In black: Wayfair

In orange: Tile Expert

2- A dark ceramic floor to add character to the kitchen

Kitchen ceramic floor

Photo: Erin Swift

These ceramic floor tiles create a beautiful visual balance in a white and gray tone kitchen. The matte finish is in harmony with other colours and textures, also adding a stunning, organic look to the room.

Similar model: La Tuilerie

3- Tiles in the shape of elongated hexagons for an original entrance floor

Foyer ceramic floor

Photo: Home Bunch

This ceramic tile has the same shape as in our first example, but the look achieved is quite different! The gray/brown tone is very versatile; it also makes it easier to keep this floor in good condition. Therefore, it’s a perfect choice in an entryway like this one, because this type of space is often exposed to dirt.

Similar model: Home Depot

4- A black and white bathroom with black hexagonal tiles

Black hexagon tiles bathroom

Photo: Hunker

Now, we move on to the bathroom. Here, we’re entitled to a two for one! In fact, the "metro" style wall tiles are ceramic, just like the hexagonal floor tiles as well as the small wall in the shower. We feel this is a very sophisticated and trendy look!

Similar model: Ceragres

5- A nice green ceramic floor in the bathroom

Green bathroom ceramic tile floor

Photo: Mad about the house

Here’s another example of a bathroom floor. Instead of placing the rectangular tiles in a classic way, in straight lines, the owners opted for a chevron pattern. This allows for an added dynamism in a rather minimalist decor. In addition, they opted for a very bright shade of green.

Similar model: Ceragres

6- A ceramic floor that goes up to the ceiling!

Hexagon ceramic tile in bathroom

Photo: Martha Stewart Living

Time to take a look at some current trends! This hexagonal shape tile pattern, lined with a triangular formation, will not go unnoticed. This is further true if one decides to cover the floor, the wall and even part of the ceiling with it, as is the case here. It's a daring choice, but one thing is certain: you’ll have a unique and audacious space!

Similar model: La Tuilerie

7- Retro ceramic tiles installed in an entryway

Home entrance ceramic tile floor

Photo: Nesting with Grace

You don't need a large space to have a prominent visual impact! Here, the tiny entrance room has been enhanced by installing tiles with a lovely retro pattern.

Similar model: La Tuilerie

8- Simple and clean white tiles on the floor and walls

white tiles floor and wall

Photos: Paper and Stitch

In this example, we may notice the wooden slats and the bath before seeing the tiles on the walls and floor, and that's the goal! The owners opted for large format white tile with grout that is dark, but not too visible. This makes it effective at highlighting the combination of wood and various shades of white.

Similar model: Reno-Depot

9- A kitchen floor with a dynamic design

Pattern kitchen floor

Photo: Sarah Joy Blog

Most of the time, ceramic tiles are used to distinguish the kitchen from other spaces in the house. However, we see here that the floor continues to the dining area. This creates a nice effect of continuity which is accentuated by glass surfaces, like that of the oven door. This floor is eye-catching and blends wonderfully with an eclectic decor as seen in this example.

Similar models: Home Depot

10- Rectangular ceramic tiles arranged in a wave pattern

Entrance floor ceramic tiles

Photo: Superink

Sometimes all it takes is a small change to add a touch of originality to a rather simple decor. Instead of placing the tiles in straight lines, we see here that the layout evokes the shape of waves. This adds a beautiful touch of nature inside the house.

Similar model: Centura

Some other articles to consult about ceramic floors:

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There are few communal spaces in a home that is as welcoming as the family room. Even if we often meet around the kitchen counter or around the dining room table, the family room has a little something extra, perfectly suited to share, swiftly making it the dedicated resting or entertainment space. Whether you have young kids or teenagers, there are so ways to entice your whole family into one room by meeting everyone’s needs and desires. You can ponder layout plans, desired colour schemes, and much-needed accessories in order to have the perfect family room. If you are looking for family room design ideas, check out the 10 family rooms that we have put together that are bound to inspire your creative genius! 10 Family Room Design and Decor Ideas 1) A homey theatre-inspired family room Photo: Bored Panda Movie night with the family is what is it all about? Here is a great example of a dream family room for all cinephiles. The room’s design is centred around a flat-screen television and a large couch on which the entire family can sit comfortably. Featured on the back wall is a storage area for records and DVDs that could easily be converted into a bookcase when these mediums are no longer available. Although the room features a dim ambiance and is less versatile than most of the other designs featured in this article, it is nonetheless a standout! A theatre-inspired family room sparked a little joy in you? Run with it! 2) A well-light room with plenty of seating space! Photo: HGTV Make a radical change with a well-light family room that is perfectly suited for a big family considering the number of people it can accommodate. The cold colour scheme aside, the room is welcoming due to its decorative aspects like the curtains, the throw pillows, and the large windows showcasing the beautiful landscape. Overall, the room is tranquil and the ideal space in which you will want to get together at the end of the week for some much-needed family time. 3) A contemporary family room Photo: Home Designing Are you a fan of contemporary styles and designs with hints of mid-century modern? Although this style is not as kid-friendly, if sophisticated chic is what you are looking for, why not? The far wall console is custom-made for the space, as for the rest of the room, it is mainly taken up by the large plush sectional couch. This room can easily be recreated in any space with similar dimensions. 4) A cozy basement family room Photo: Home epiphany If the ideal space for your family room is in the basement, but you worry the space might be a bit too dark, here is a great example of a bright and inviting room. As shown, the family room has been set up in the basement, but blending the colours, the light fixtures and the decorative accessories, allows for an enjoyable space. 5) A family living room at the heart of the house Photo: Home stratosphere This family room is at the heart of the house, easily becoming the focal point for everyone. And, with 3 separate couches, to each their own. Incorporating different materials is always compelling, especially by contrasting contemporary and classic styles. And lastly, the large windows open up on the exterior terrace adding another exciting spot to get together with the whole family! 6) A room with a unique colour scheme for the whole family Photo: Houzz Here is another basement family room. This room is large and the epicentre of comfort! With multiple couches, wall-to-wall carpet, and plush throw pillows, there is everything you need for some quality rest and relaxation. Seeing a mounted television is just not doing it for you? No worries! You can shield it from view behind sliding barn-house doors. This large space is kid-friendly, and an ideal space for them to play and run, worry-free. 7) A small, atypically-decorated family room Photo: Reddit By now, you have seen numerous large-scale family rooms, but we are highly aware that not everyone has a room of that scale available to them. Here is an example of a smaller-scale family room. The layout of this space is very cozy and has been optimized. As shown, the owners have opted for a sectional couch, which is ideal when wanting to draw every family member to one specific area. Looking for specialists for your home renovation project? Fill out the form so that we can put you in contact with certified contractors from our network! 8) A colourful family room perfect for art lovers Photo: The Boston Globe Here is one of the most striking family rooms for those who have an eye for pretty things! Even if you have kids, you can still adorn the room with quality vases on higher shelves, thus ensuring they will not be broken. The built-in bookcases are rather nice and useful, and the other furniture pieces make for a well-balanced space. 9) A TV-less family room with a fireplace and lush greenery! Photo: The Every girl Here is another example of a smaller-scale family room. This room embraces its space with lots of furniture, accessories of all kinds, and a large carpet. If you are more of a minimalist, this room might not be your cup of tea, however, for those who are rather charmed with welcoming and cozy layouts, this one is for you! 10) A well-lit contemporary TV room Photo: Tu casa Lastly, yet another custom-made console that can be fitting with your preferences and decor ideas. The shelves can also be filled with toys, records, or books! 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