Flooring tiles design come in a wide range of colours, textures, and patterns. Each part of India has its own unique flooring style. The story behind the process of making these flooring tiles design is worth noting. At the same time, the extensive collection of flooring is suitable for any theme and climatic considerations. Thus, let’s look into the 50 Best Flooring Tiles Design for any home.
Moving forward, the grey flooring strips guides toward respective screens, creating a seamless transition into the heart of Cinephile Cinemas. This design choice, with its bold contrast, effectively marks a departure from the traditional, monotonous theater entrance.
Designed by: Studio HC
Location: Harlur main road, Bengaluru
Principal Architect: Ar. Hemanth Chander
Photograph Courtesy: Ergate Architecture & Kishan Kallianpur
As you walk into the main dining area, you are welcomed with an ornamental main door, red oxide flooring with a pattern created with local stone, dark wooden rafters and furniture, and a mural which reminds you of the old Bangalore vibe.
Designed by: Maze Concept Design Studio
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Principal Architects: Koushik B R & Priyanka Mc
Photograph Courtesy: Arjun Krishna
The mesmerizing passageway towards the patio welcomes the guests on the zigzag and checkered designed natural marble flooring amidst the dim lights of the mini post-top lanterns. A royal set of table and chairs placed in the corner with a purpose to spend time with the trees, winds and skies elevates its beauty even more. To complement the contemporary décor and keep the royal essence alive, the jali windows and the box doors were chosen.
Designed by: Associates Design Studio
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect: RUCHIR SHETH
Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah Photography
Fixtures have been custom-detailed to complement and contrast the space. Items of significance in the South-Indian domiciliary such as the brass ‘kuthhuvilakku’ (traditional oil lamp) and the ‘kudam’ (pot used to transport and hold water) have been transformed playfully to fulfill the same purpose it was originally meant for i.e. the former as a light fixture and the latter as a spout filling water into the lotus pond.
Designed by: RAIN Studio of Design
Location: Kuvathur, Tamil Nadu
Principal Architects: Sriram Adhitya & Vamsi Krishna
Photograph Courtesy: Yash R Jain, Ekansh Goel
Schematically, there is an intentional demarcation between the public and private spaces, in the planning. The ground floor mostly has semi-public spaces such as the foyer, visitor’s lounge, Pooja space, and a guest room, and the upper floor has 3 private bedrooms, a family room, a dining area, and a kitchen with a direct view of the beach.
Designed by: inventarchitects
Location: Ecr, Chennai
Principal Architects: Ar. Vivek Kumar & Ar. Nanda devi
Photograph Courtesy: R Radhakrishnan
Art has an undeniable presence in this home, with sculptural pieces & hand painted murals throughout. A neutral theme can be observed throughout the home with statement pieces that highlight the space they are placed in.
Designed by: Vibrant Spaces
Location: Chennai – Arcot Road
Principal Architect: Ar. Aarthy
Photograph Courtesy: Ar. Architect Aarthy ,ID Jayakumar & ID Soorya
A striking matt finished marble, accentuated with steel finished in rose gold, forms a gorgeous backdrop behind the television. The display unit beside it showcases pieces collected by the client over the years. The rest of the TV unit is in veneer with polyester finish.
Designed by: Design Deconstruct
Location: Vasant Vihar, New Delhi
Principal Designer: Rishabh Kapoor
Photograph Courtesy: Atul Pratap Chauhan
The spatial arrangement of the restaurant signified by a division of sittings with elements that create thin invisible lines. The flooring is dark brownstone finish tiles and central area with small deco tiles matches with a color palette. Also, identify the movement path around it for easy excess to intruders and serving.
Designed by: Studio 603
Location: Nandasan Village
Photograph Courtesy: Inclined studio
We reupholstered the seating in the semi formal area, introduced a double carpet tile pattern in between the room to accommodate an antique cradle that we repurposed into a center table by using an Italian marble as countertop. The wooden ceiling with rafters is something we have retained in most rooms as they bring in the richness into the space.
Designed by: Hiraya Design Studio
Principal Architect: Apeksha Naik
Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio
The interior of this mansion is a lovely blend of modern and traditional styles. The mansion’s modest layout allows for a seamless transition between its public and private spaces.
Designed by: Design Studio Associates
Principal Architect: Ruchir Sheth
Climbing to the first floor is an awestruck affair of sorts, one that is mesmerizing and grounded all at the same time. The stairway happens to be the carrier from the formal environment to the personal spread. Thus, a star element was added to the design of the stairway.
Designed by: Foresight Associates
Location: Bill, Vadodara
Principal Designers: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel & Azaz Saleh
Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah
The design focuses on creating a serene and timeless ambiance by utilizing a palette of neutral tones such as soft creams, warm beiges, and subtle greys. Plush textures and luxurious materials like velvet, and marble elevate the space, while vibrant accents add a touch of glamour.
Designed by: Design Inc
Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan
Principal Architects: Ar Sandeep Jain & Ar Anup Murdia
Photograph Courtesy: Pratikruti09
Aathangudi tiles for the flooring were homemade and the colours were derived mathematically and theoretically to achieve the pastel tones we envisioned. The moulds and colour pigments were custom made with respect to our design and to compliment the other elements of the house in a holistic approach.
Designed by: House of Design Stories
Location: Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
Principal Architects: Ar. Arul Maniyan & Ar. Anu Krithika
Photograph Courtesy: kausik Srestaluri
To create an intimate ambiance, the designers picked a warm palette, as well as patterned flooring and soft upholstery. To represents the notion of general interior coherence, the fundamental color palette for the interior is black, pink, and green.
Designed by: Vivid Decor
Location: Gandhinagar, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Vidhi Soni Teraiya
The full wall to wall carpet in beige tone adorning the floor is a part of the client’s tradition and acts as a canvas enhancing the colours of the carefully chosen upholstery of the furniture, adding vivacity to the living room
Designed by: JIHAN ASSOCIATES
Location: Godhra, Gujarat
Principal Designer: Minesh Shah
Photograph Courtesy: JIHAN ASSOCIATES
The beholder’s journey begins with a dramatic entrance and a glowing welcome to PratiRaj Residence. This is achieved by setting the bold wooden veneer lettering upon a black marble panel in contrast to the ‘black-and-white’ geometric flooring and a tiled white background.
Designed by: IR Design Studio
Location: Kharghar, Navi Mumbai
Principal Architect: Ar. Ishwar Rungta
Photograph Courtesy: StudioAbhishekSawant
This leads us to the main entrance where the porch with the sloping roof is built from metal and wood. It indeed pairs well with Kota and sandstone flooring and round metal columns. Hanging lights made from cane creates an inviting entrance to the inside.
Designed by: Archaic Design Studio
Location: Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Kalpesh Mewada
Photograph Courtesy: Rockbrand Inc
A generous utility area has been provided alongside the kitchen. The exterior of the house embodies the elegance within by using beige natural stone as the primary material. Terrace gardens on all floors animate the facade of the house.
Designed by: Design Forum International
Location: Greater Kailash-II, New Delhi
Principal Architects: Tevatia Chauhan & Sharma Architects (TCS)
To achieve this, we used warm lighting and blue color in the corridor with black and white flooring patterns to create a luxurious yet soothing transition. This acts like a portal through which you can switch between your various roles in life.
Designed by: R.A.I (Rai Architects & Interior designers)
Principal Architect: Shubham Rai
Photograph Courtesy: Pranjal Jain
With the Oikos finished texture on the wall and the ceiling, this foyer gives the design a 3D look with the tasteful abstract wall art and its pseudo shadow on the flooring. The gigantic wooden door with the Patina-finish handle and the wooden entryway table with a pristine black marble top are the perfect embellishments.
Location: Bill-road -Vadodara
Principal Designers: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel & Azaz Saleh
The foyer is made exquisite with Black Italian marble inlay in Beige Italian marble. A minimal wooden frame with glass sliding doors and see-through batons separates the foyer & living area.
Designed by: K.N. ASSOCIATES
Location: VADODARA, GUJARAT
Principal Architects: AR. NARENDRA JOSHI & AR. PRITESH PATEL
Concept: The design is based on the concept of a flowing brook, with water channels flowing around and through the building, and the rhythmic movement of the water being expressed in the form. The water flowing through these channels during the monsoon coupled with the vistas created within the space aids in the creation of a multi-sensory experience within the home.
Designed by: Monsoon Collective
Location: Angamaly, Kerala
Principal Architects: Manoj Madhu, Rafi Shakeer, Dona Jenn George, Anupama B, Afrosa Kamal
Photograph Courtesy: K. Midhul
Having seen the adverse effects of excess quarrying, the clients were clear not to use energy-mongering tiles for the flooring. Hence Athangudi in available patterns were taken and a gradient was created.
Designed by: betweenlines
Principal Architects: Deepa Suriyaprakash & Guru Prasanna. C
Photograph Courtesy: Raji Sunderkrishnan
Complementing these elements are the unique and bespoke furniture pieces. As you span your vision across the foyer entry and living the varying textures from the cement floor to the glass and cane partition. in very English colors are very noticeable. This scheme stands in coordination with the lush green of the outside spanning across the enormous windows. Printed tiles and Borrowed details from popular aesthetics grand as modernism and art décor.
Designed by: Nufail Shabana Architects
Location: Mahe, Kannur, Kerala
Principal Architects: Ar. Shabana Rasheed & Ar. Nufail
Photograph Courtesy: Turtle art photography
Everything else follows the colors and style that work with the tile, i.e. hues of blues, beige & brown. Subtle moldings in the ceiling and wall paneling add to the old-world charm in a contemporary setting.
Designed by: IDA: Interior Design Associates
Location: Fort Kochi, Kerala
Principal Designers: Somya Sharma, Shanawas Moidu, Ajay Angolkar, Divya Sharma Vernenker
One gets a glimpse of their innate sense of design, eye for detailing, and modern refined approach when one enters the hotel itself. The double-height lobby features striking triangular patterned black and white Italian marble flooring, columns latticed with brass strips, and a gorgeous gold-toned front desk.
Designed by: Azure Interiors
Location: Raipur, Chhattisgarh
Principal Designers: Rashi Bothra and Ruchi Gehani
Photograph Courtesy: Phxindia
Book match marble look clad TV wall and small touch of golden elements give this living space visual Intrigue, also each everything in this space complement each other also help in pulling the space together.
Designed by: Midas Luxury Interiors
Location: Andhra Pradesh
Principal Designer: Rachana Goyam
Photograph Courtesy: Praveen Vijayan
Here the colors are brought in by the idols, and pictures of the deities. The micheal angelo flooring has mother of pearl inlay design that acts as a carpet to the floor.
Designed by: 42MM Architecture
Location: Maharani Bagh, New Delhi
Principal Architects: Rudraksh Charan & Priyanka Khanna
The kitchen radiates modern aesthetics, revolving around a captivating light oak wood coffee bar- carved out especially to ‘Fix a quick coffee on the go’. Adjacent to this entry stands a tall pantry – a ‘must have’ for the homeowners who are spirited hosts and entertain almost every other day. A touch of burgundy injects a burst of vibrancy into the space with geometric floor tile pattern and pristine white countertops !
Designed by: Design Vault
Location: 25 South, Prabhadevi, Mumbai
Principal Architects: Shilpy Gupta & Ar. Supreet Nanda
The area was designed in a color scheme of blue, brown, beige and gray. One of the walls is finished with statuario marble engraving.
Designed by: InnerArch Designs
Location: Sargasan, Gandhinagar
Principal Architect: Bk Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Zotagraphy
The pinhole brick in the facade, dressed stone walls, polished unpainted cement walls, and polished concrete floors with handmade cement tiles are supported by muted and earthy tones to go hand in hand with the context. The walls are all alternated by the larger volume of openings to bring in more ventilation and light.
Designed by: Alchemy
Location: Palakkad, Kerela
Principal Architect: Subeesh Madhavan
Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil J
The mix of black stone flooring, and concrete finishes whiter walls with wooden furniture give a character to the large open living areas that connected to green landscapes and courtyard like prayer space.
Designed by: Yuuga Designs
Location: Malappuram, Kerala
Principal Architect: Mithun Balan & Arun N V
Photograph Courtesy: spacesbysanjay
The subdued greys create a pleasant backdrop, allowing the lively oranges to radiate energy and enthusiasm. Terracotta shade is used for flooring tiles. This thoughtfully curated colour selection not only establishes a profound connection with nature but also envelops the entire space in a welcoming and cosy ambience.
Designed by: Shraddha Architects
Principal Architects: Mahesh Patel, Ar. Shivam Patel, Ar. Sheenal Patel, Ar. Siddharth Patel
Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi
The material palette is plush and not loud. Our goal was to achieve the luxury of the royal heritage but in an understated manner that suited a more modern space. The silken Italian marble flooring is contrasted by the two large pink sandstone walls that slash across the house.
Designed by: Red Brick Studio
Location: Aundh, Pune
Principal Architects: Ar. Anil Poduval& Ar. Ankur Kothari
Photograph Courtesy: Hemant Patil
The ground floor, thus chaotic most often, was being used as a thoroughfare for the visitors to the office. It was this that led to the clients to wish the terrace became a point of relief for the family, a space to unwind after a long day. Thus was. born the idea to refurbish the terrace space to house a bedroom, a kitchenette and a small living area.
Designed by: Tracing Edges
Location: Bhopal [M.P]
Principal Designer: Ar. Manu Sharma
Photograph Courtesy: The Matter Studio By Rohit Mendiratta
The use of seamless tile flooring and printed tile throughout the project has given the material a new identity under the contemporary, theme-based style, the first floor has semi-outdoor seating with a floating beam in the ceiling which has an indirect light and walls in wooden beading with tropical wallpaper.
Designed by: d2darchitects
Location: Warangal, Telangana
Principal Architect: Ar. Patnala Rohit
Photograph Courtesy: Yash Reddy
To further build on these natural practices, sustainable handmade Athangudi flooring tiles from Chettinadu, made through an extensive process of sun drying and using rice husk polish are spread over the entire property.
Designed by: Envisage
Principal Architects: Ar. Vishal Kakkar & Ar. Meena Murthy Kakkar
Photograph Courtesy: Kuber
The cane outdoor furniture, the custom-made vintage flooring tiles, and potted plants together lend an unwinding atmosphere to the balcony in this Hyderabad home. Adding a basin counter to this space makes the area more functional.
Designed by: AN Design
Location: My Home Bhooja , Hyderabad.
Principal Designer’s: Nikita Mehta
Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai
Even though this modernist home was in the most dilapidated condition, I may have fallen in love instantly! We’ve used a full-bodied tile in the mud room area with flooring of black cudapah & white marble in a diamond pattern. The ceiling is in a gridwork of American sal wood. The floor and the ceiling are completely inspired by Geoffrey Bawa. The mud room has a pine wood wall cladding. The sliding door on the left leads to the children’s room with a micro cement floor.
Designed by: Hohm Design Studio
Location: Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu
Principal Architect: Sonal Chordia
Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil
One of the most striking features of the renovated home is the beautifully restored mosaic floor. The floor was brought back to life by grinding and polishing, and it now serves as a stunning focal point for the home’s interior. The spaces were replanned to incorporate a larger dining space and modern kitchen, while still using traditional materials.
Designed by: Studio 3TwentyOne
Location: Kottayam, Kerala
Principal Architect: Anupa Kurian
Photograph Courtesy: Running Studios & Prasanth Mohan
To demarcate these virtual zones, a masterful interplay of different materials, textures, and flooring levels was employed. This strategic design feature allows patrons to find their perfect niche within the cafe, tailored to their individual tastes and desires.
Designed by: Space Tag Architects
Location: New Delhi
Principal Architects: Ar. Deepansh Tyagi & Ar. Akansha Mittal
Photograph Courtesy: Space Tag Architects
The adjoining theater room maintains a clean and unadorned ambiance. A connecting kitchen introduces a dash of color with terrazzo flooring and sage green shutters. The center also accommodates a recreational space with a spa room and a powder washroom in front.
Principal Designers: Ruchi Gehani & Rashi Bothra
Photograph Courtesy: Yash R. Jain
Owing to the fact that it was a compact site and the clients had elaborate requirement for 6 bedrooms, a retail space on ground floor along with other facilities; and no compromise on the quality of air, light, privacy and sound control, we only had one option – that was to build a tall house. With this comes the first challenge of not making it look and feel like and apartment but one like a humble residence, while establishing a nice internal visual connectivity between all the floors.
Designed by: Dipen Gada & Associates
Principal Architects: Ar. Ishank Patel, Prashant Gujjar & Dev
The entrance is divided into parking and a semi-partial garden through flooring patterns. The flooring arrangement is in a diagonal layout, keeping soft cape to a minimum. The perforated compound wall portrays an equal amount of transparency and security to the residents. ‘
Designed by: Shreesh Design Studio LLP
Location: Jetpur, Gujarat
Principal Designers: Dishit Parsana & Haresh Parsana
Photograph Courtesy: Nilesh Joshi
The design approach used in Hermosa aims to create a perfect synthesis between ethnic and adapting lifestyles.
Designed by: ARA Designs
Principal Architect: Ar. Amey Dahanukar
Main Floor: Wastage white marble & Brick floor made from wastage surkhi (brick powder)
Designed by: AANGAN Architects
Location: Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architects: Vishal Shah & Vishal Desai
The hand-painted wall, adorned with symbolic elements, seamlessly blends into the overall theme. Carefully chosen floor tile patterns contribute to the aesthetic appeal, creating a rich atmosphere.
Designed by: De Tales – Design Stories
Location: Samtva Apartment, Vasant kunj society, Paldi , Ahmedabad
Principal Architect: Nidhi Shah
Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio
Done tastefully in bold colors and clean lines, the space is an eclectic mix of modern and classical elements, with contemporary heritage patterned flooring, all the elements come together to seamlessly create his new abode.
Designed by: Krsnaa Mehta
Location: Alibaugh, Maharashtra
Principal Architect: Rajesh Bhaskaran
Photograph Courtesy: Studio Charuau
The brick flooring of the alley in a herringbone pattern enhances the old-world charm of the space. The alley flows into the indoor seating area which follows a similar spatial language. The existing yellow kota flooring was retained in most areas and patchwork of terrazzo were added organically where kota was damaged.
Designed by: Loop Design Studio
Location: Chandigarh, India
Principal Architect: Suvrita Bhardwaj, Nikhil Pratap Singh
Photograph Courtesy: Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
From the civil structure being adaptively reused to the elements and furniture (reclaimed from old Ahmedabad pols and palaces), while the remaining material being used of the FSC certified categories, the project has helped us set new benchmarks for sustainability.
Designed by: Studio Dot Dimension
Location: Norwich UK
Principal Architects: Ar. Sharmen Mehta & Ar. Heet Saliya
Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah
The size of each flooring tile determines the aesthetic and speed of completion. Bright flooring tiles design can make the space more vibrant and create a more enriching atmosphere. Meanwhile, spaces like offices and workspaces need to have Flooring tiles design with muted colours.
Biophilic Interior Design is a very sensory approach to the style of design. It is the idea that humans possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature. Thus, biophilic interior design uses nature’s incorporation, centred on experience in the momentary physical and sensory elements. Nowadays, people spend most of their time indoors. Biophilic interior […]