Get Inspired: 17 Stunning Patterned Tiles to Upgrade Your Home!

If you haven’t seen the gorgeous floor tiles floating around the internet, you need to take a look here! If you’re looking to upgrade your home with a touch of elegance and personality, patterned tiles might be just what you need. These versatile design elements can add character, charm, and a unique flair to any room. Check out our favorites!

Not sure if you can picture patterned floor tile in your home? Look through these parade of home photos for inspiration. So many great ideas that can help you visualize your own project.

Design Inspiration Laundry

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Laundry rooms are great for patterned tile, because it can add a bit of character to a usually smaller space.  Go for a neutral patterned floor with a gorgeous colored cabinet in the laundry room. It adds a variety of design and texture elements to this lovely space.

Modern Blue and White Tiles

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I love how these tiles are actually square but the design on the tile creates large circles. Do you like them?

Star Tiles

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When you wish upon a floor, is this what you dream of? I love the small stars and large stars together!

Flower Power Tiles

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Or go for a bolder patterned tile floor with more color and compliment by adding cabinets with one of the lighter colors in the tile pattern.

Large Neutral Checkerboard

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This beautiful neutral tone marble tile set in a checkerboard, adds pattern in the most timeless way.

Neutral Pieced Tiles

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Go all neutral with a gray and white tiled floor. This laundry room may be neutral, but it isn’t boring! Adding in that unique pattern on the floor really takes this room up a notch.

Black and White Checkerboard:

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Another classic floor with great pattern. Do you like the sharper contrast between the tiles or a more neutral contrast?

Pop of Color

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Go neutral on the cabinets and then add in a pop of fun with a lovely floor tile that compliments the navy blue washer and dryer set.

Herringbone Bathroom Floor

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Like laundry rooms bathrooms are generally a smaller room and a patterned floor works well because it doesn’t seem so overbearing in such a small space.  Go for a neutral look using this unique but classy take on a chevron. It works well with the black countertops and hardware.

Penny Tile with Small Design:

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This small detail is so stunning. Just having a few small repeated shapes set within a field of penny tiles is so charming!

X Marks the Spot

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Go classy with a timeless patterned tile in the master bathroom. Another neutral look with a lighter vibe by using whites and grays.

Large Scale Pattern

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Take a very simple bathroom and give it a pop of wow, with a larger floor tile pattern.

Flowers in Neutral

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This style of floor can be used in so many ways, I love how it balances out the white and natural wood in this bathroom.


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With the variety of tiles available, there is a pattern for every bathroom like this one!

Moroccan Style Tiles

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If you don’t want to add a lot of extra design elements like pictures, or countertop items, a patterned floor can be the added visual interest with out the counter and wall clutter.

Mixed Patterns Neutral Color

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If you want a nice clean look of white, but still need a little something to break it up, a fun mixed pattern like this one is a great look.

Buffalo Plaid Design

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We love the look of this buffalo plaid tile layout with the industrial window shower vibe. You can create your own industrial shower vibe with this tutorial.

Which room are you going to add new tile to first? A laundry room, bathroom, maybe even a kitchen?

Home Trends Going Out of Style

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Jump on board the time machine, and let’s check out some old home design trends that are so yesterday. We’re talking about things that used to be cool but now make us go, “Huh?” Here are 15 outdated home trends that need a major makeover!

What is a Terrible Home Design Trend?

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Sometimes we dream of building a new home, and what great ideas we have for it.  But we don’t want to make big mistakes, what are the horrible new home trends that we want to avoid?

10 Home Renovations that can Decrease its Value

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With increasing interest rates and mortgage prices, getting the most value for your home is imperative. Homeowners and real estate agents speak about the renovations that could decrease the value of your home and why. Here are the renovations to look out for.

How to Raise Up a Short Vanity

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If the vanity in your bathroom is too short follow along on this tutorial for how to raise up a short vanity to give it some extra height (and reuse the existing countertop).

Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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