Introduction

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s where we spend most of our time, so it makes sense to want to make it feel warm and inviting. One of the best ways to do that is by decorating your kitchen floor with tile.

You might think that all tile looks the same, but there are many different kinds available, and they can be used in many different ways. For example, if you have a small tile with limited space, then using lots of kitchen floor tiles can create an attractive look while maximizing every inch of flooring space available!

Cool White

 

Cool White

Cool white is a good choice for small kitchen colour schemes. This tile has a calm tone, meaning it’s not too warm or too cold. This makes it look natural and inviting, so you can use this in your kitchen even if you have a lot of natural light coming in. You can also use it if you have a lot of white cabinets or appliances since they’ll be able to mesh well with the coolness of this tile.

Vintage Mosaic

Vintage Mosaic is a great way to add a little character to your flooring. Vintage Mosaic tiles are made of natural stone, which means they are heavy and durable. They have been used in kitchens for centuries, as they can withstand all kinds of wear and tear.

The first step to creating a kitchen floor with Vintage Mosaic is determining what kind of look you want to achieve. Many different colors available will give you tons of options when it comes time for installation! If you’re looking for something simple but still eye-catching, consider opting for lighter hues like white or off-white instead of darker tones like black or navy blue (although these can also look nice).

If money isn’t an issue, then we recommend going all out on vintage mosaics because they come in rich colors and different sizes too, so there’s no limit when it comes down to how creative.

Neutral Subway

Subway tile is a classic and timeless choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and even the backsplash of your fireplace. It’s easy to install and can be purchased in many different sizes and colors to suit your space. Plus, subway tile is so versatile that it can work in small or large kitchens or even be used as a wall covering!

For example, this kitchen features large subway tiles on the walls with a narrow border of smaller ones at its edge. This helps define each division without covering every inch of space with tile (which could get very busy). The large size also makes this room feel more open than if all the walls had been covered in smaller tiles.*

It’s important to note that while subway tile may seem like an overwhelming choice at first glance—and perhaps one you’d prefer not to make—it’s pretty easy to work with once you know what you’re doing.*

Wood Grain Tile

Wood Grain Tile

Wood grain tile is one of the most popular choices for a small kitchen because it has a natural look and feel. The hairline brush strokes on this tile give it an antique appearance that will add character to your space, especially if you’re going for a rustic or country style. Wood grain tiles are also great for modern kitchens because they can be used with glass backsplashes and stainless steel appliances to create an open space with high-end appeal.

Classic Hexagon

 

Classic Hexagon kitchen floor

Hexagon tile is a classic look that will never go out of style. It’s an ideal choice for small spaces, as the geometric shape helps to create an illusion of space and light. The hexagon can be used in any room, whether it’s your kitchen or bathroom, entryway, or laundry room.

The hexagonal shape creates more visual interest than square tiles (though we love squares too), particularly when paired with contrasting colors: black and white are always striking together; so are blue-grey and red brick. If you’re looking for something fun or playful, try pairing some colorful hexagons with creamy white grout to create a mosaic effect!

Mix It Up

Mixing different colors of tiles and grout is a great way to make your kitchen floor tile stand out. There are many options for this, but the best results come from using a dark or light-colored tile combined with a contrasting color for your grout (for example, black and white).

This creates an attractive focal point that will draw the eye into the room. Another option is to use different shades of one color throughout your kitchen floor tile layout by mixing sizes or shapes of tiles and other colors in between them. However, if you’re going down this route, I recommend sticking with just one shade so that there aren’t too many distractions from each other within the design scheme.

Single Color Marble

Marble is a natural stone material that is available in a wide range of colors. It’s perfect for use in small kitchens, as it’s durable and easy to clean. A single-color marble tile will add some much-needed personality to your space while keeping things simple simultaneously.

Available in various sizes and shapes, marble tiles can be used on floors or walls and come in smooth or textured finishes depending on your preferences, making them easy to work with no matter what look you’re going for!

Wood Grain Marble

Wood grain tile is a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms. The woodlike look adds warmth to these spaces and makes them feel more inviting. Wood grain tile can be installed in any color, from solid colors to earthy shades like brown or grey, to bright hues like red or green. It’s also available in ceramic and porcelain tiles, durable materials that can withstand wear and tear in busy areas like kitchens and baths.

Touch of Gray

 

Touch of Gray kitchen floor

Gray is a great neutral color that goes with any style of kitchen. It’s also a versatile shade, so you can use it to create a modern or traditional look, depending on the type of your other appliances and fixtures. Gray tiles are also easy to keep clean and come in many different textures, so you have many options when choosing the right ones for your needs!

Bold Black and White

Black and white tiles make a classic choice for small kitchen floors. They are easy to match with other colors and look great with every type of decor. For a modern kitchen, wear black and white tiles to add flair. Or if you want something more traditional, choose grey or blue for the floor instead of white.

If you’re going for an all-white look in your kitchen, consider adding black tile on the floor as well as around the edges of your countertops like so:

Contrasting Designs

With a small kitchen, it’s important to create visual interest with your tile.

  • Contrasting patterns: If you have a patterned tile and want to add another, ensure the new one is entirely different from the first.
  • Contrasting colors: You can opt for tiles in various shades of the same color or choose different hues altogether. For example, if you have light-colored tiles on the floor and walls, use dark ones for accents like backsplashes or countertops. Or contrast light and dark grout lines within the same tile design to draw attention to specific areas of a room where they are used together (like above).
  • Contrasting shapes: Try using squares instead of rectangles as they tend to fit more easily into smaller spaces while offering more options than plain squares (like hexagons). As always, be careful not to mismatch any sizes so that everything fits together nicely and looks intentional rather than random!

Narrow Hexagon

Narrow hexagon tiles are trendy and easy to install. They’re also easy to clean, making them perfect for small kitchens. Plus, they’re available in a wide range of colors and designs, so you can easily find one that matches your style.

Now that you’ve seen all the small kitchen wall tile ideas we offer, it’s time to choose which one is right for your home!

Dark Slate

 

Dark Slate kitchen floor

Dark Slate

Dark slate tile is an excellent choice to add a little contrast to your small kitchen. It can add a touch of style to any kitchen and make it feel more spacious. Dark slate would also work well in kitchens with dark wood floors or countertops.

Another bonus? Dark slate usually comes in matte finishes that help keep the shine down if that’s an issue for you.

Mini Tiles

Mini tiles are a modern trend that is becoming more and more popular. You can find them in any color, size, or pattern you want. Mini tiles are also mosaic tiles or porcelain mosaics, and they’re made up of many different smaller pieces that fit together to make one more significant piece. The best ones have grout between the details, but some don’t require grout!

Mini tiles are great for covering large areas because they’re so versatile with their use of shapes, sizes, and colors – not only do they come in round shapes like circles or squares (or rectangles), but they also come in hexagons which give the illusion that there’s no grout at all between each piece!

In addition, because mini tiling involves smaller pieces instead of larger ones like standard-sized tile does – this allows designers more flexibility when designing kitchens, bathrooms, or any other room where the flooring needs an update without breaking the bank (since you don’t need much material).

Neutral Chevron Pattern Tile

This chevron pattern is a modern way to add some fun to your kitchen floor or bathroom. It’s easy to use in small spaces but can also be used in larger areas. In addition, the tile can be used on floors and walls, so you get more bang for your buck when designing with this style.

The trickiest part about this look is finding tiles that match well together so it doesn’t look like two different patterns were slapped together—which could be disastrous!

Conclusion

Now that you’ve had a look at some tile ideas for your kitchen floor, it’s time to get started! You’ll be excited about all these different options if you’re anything like me. I hope this article gave you some inspiration for how to bring an unexpected touch of luxury into your home design.