6 Rooms Where You Should Consider Adding Tile
When we say “tile,” we know your head goes straight to bathrooms and kitchen backsplashes. But the design possibilities are endless when it comes to using tile in your home. Plus, with the infinite combinations of size, shape, color, pattern, and finish, you can bring personality and versatility to any space in your home. Looking for some inspiration on what spaces could benefit from a tile upgrade? We’ve got you covered.
When you want to play it safe with your kitchen tile, pantries and prep kitchens are a covert opportunity to make some adventurous design choices. Have some fun with bold floor tiles or backsplashes in this well-defined, tucked-away space.
2. Powder Room
This one might seem obvious, but we had to throw it in the mix. Powder rooms are the perfect opportunity to play with tile design. Since they’re typically smaller in surface area, wall-to-wall tile and bold patterns are tasteful without being overwhelming to the eye.
With a designated space for muddy boots, wet snow gear, and tracking the elements into your home, you need durable, easy-to-clean floors. But that doesn’t mean it can’t also be gorgeous!
4. Pet Wash
If you’ve got furry friends that like to get dirty, a designated pet wash is a must. Define the wash space and make it extra-fabulous with a playful tile.
5. Laundry Room
Any room that’s commonly associated with water or wetness should have floors that can handle the environment. Tile floors serve as both a functional and stylish design choice.
Hosts and entertainers — put your glassware, liquor collection, or bar essentials on full display with open shelving backed by a wall of showstopping tile. Make your home bar setup one that guests never forget!