These days flooring is all about creativity and expressing yourself. So, if you have an eye for design, you'll love tile flooring.
When many of us think of tiles, our mind automatically goes to squares. However, tile flooring can be cut in many forms, such as planks, rectangles, hexagons, rounds, etc.
The herringbone layout is a classic that's also trending right now. You can also create offset diagonals, staggered bricks, grids, pinwheels, and more.
Black and white checkerboards
This classic, retro style features alternating colors of squares. Although black and white is the most common color choice–and both colors are currently trending–it can be done with any two hues.
Moroccan trellis, art deco, and other decorative tiles
You'll see unlimited colors, designs, shapes, and sizes when you walk into our tile store. Like Crema Bianco from Happy Floors, you'll see everything from fan shapes to triangles, diamonds, and linear patterns. You'll also see an encaustic style like Union Square Becker by Interceramic.
These are on their way to becoming a classic. Thanks to technology like Inkjet, intricate images with raised grains, color variations, and textures are possible.
Planks are cut in various sizes. Check out the tile in Sugar Land, TX, at iFloors, where you will see Eldridge Farmhouse by Daltile.
Stone is elegant and glamorous and increases property values. Natural stone, however, can be pricey.
Thanks to Inkjet technology, manufacturers are upping their game with true-to-life images of marble, granite, and other stones. In addition, they have textures as veining/color variations–all the "imperfections" of a Mother nature creation.
Look at these tile flooring options: the marble-look Calacatta Glam by Decovita or Dolce Grey Bookmatch by iSlab.
Visit our tile store in Sugar Land, TX
At iFloors, we love tile flooring. It comes in so many styles and designs it's easy to make your floors memorable. Not to mention it's durable and easy to care for!
Visit our Sugar Land, TX, showroom today, and you'll be in awe! We service Sugar Land, Richmond, Missouri City, Stafford, and Cinco Ranch, TX.