The kitchen is an important gathering point in any Kennett Square home. It might even be one of the first areas guests see when they walk in. Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley has compiled our favorite tile flooring and backsplash ideas to create an eye-catching kitchen. Bring a touch of style to your kitchen with these designs!
Subway tiles are a classic pattern – visually intriguing, yet elegantly simple. On the walls, as a backsplash, or as flooring – subway tiles are an understated, intriguing pattern. Try out new textures, such as matte or metallic, for a modern look. Don’t be afraid to mix-and-match colors for a point of visual interest.
Natural Stone Flooring
Natural stone, such as granite or slate, isn’t limited to countertops. Durable and elegant, natural stone tiling will look stunning as kitchen flooring. The natural patterns and shades will create an effortless sense of luxury, while the durability of natural stone makes for a long-lasting flooring. Natural stone flooring will look stunning either polished or matte. For a more rustic appeal, go with matte.
Porcelain is an ideal choice for kitchens: completely waterproof, easy to clean, and extremely durable. Achieve the warmth of hardwood and the durability of porcelain with wood-look porcelain! The hyper-realistic image of wood combined with the glossy, flat finish of porcelain creates a unique flooring with a better-than-reality vibe.
Mosaic Tile Backsplash
Glass mosaic tile is a beautiful way to bring a touch of color into your kitchen. Get creative with colors and patterns – glass can be dyed nearly any shade, and the tiles allow you to get creative with patterns.
Get Started in Kennett Square Today
To learn more about your various kitchen tile options, give the team at Floor Coverings International Brandywine Valley a call to book a free in-home consultation! We proudly serve Elkton, Kennett Square, Chester County and surrounding areas.
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