Tile flooring ideas for the dining room

Tile flooring ideas for the dining room

Want to make your dining room stand out? Install tile flooring
It's stylish, with all the colors, patterns, designs, shapes, and sizes. It adds value to a property, is easy to clean, and is hypoallergenic.

Tile flooring can last up to 50 years, depending on quality and installation.

Stone look tiles: a classic, elegant look

Marble and other stone looks won't be going anywhere soon. And, thanks to Inkjet, these have intricate patterns with color/veining variations, textures, and all the "blemishes" of the real thing.

The look is amazingly realistic and attractive, making it an excellent alternative to natural rocks. They can be made with either porcelain or ceramic tile.

Does anything evoke thoughts of luxury as much as marble? Look at Marble Attache Calacatta by Daltile or Mirasol ™ by American Olean. Massa Marble Calacatta Oro is a marble look by Lungarno Ceramics.

Wood-look tile: great for rustic design

Wood-look tile flooring works well whether your decor is country, cottage, farmhouse, Tuscan, or coastal. And right now, rustic is trending hot.

The look and feel are so genuine many may be confused, thinking it's the real thing. You'll see it all with a wood-look tile: knots raised grains, textures, and colors at our tile shop in Charlottesville, VA.
Planks can be cut in all sizes. By the way, colors come in all shades, trending high variation and gray. 

Decorative tile flooring

Give the dining room an encaustic or stacked stone look with Charisma or Elegant Elements by Anthology Tile. There are Moroccan themes like Lungarno’s Marrakech or hexagon, retro rounds, herringbone, or fan-shaped mosaics.

The area’s #1 choice for flooring

The experienced staff at Town Flooring will help you navigate all the beautiful tile flooring choices.

Visit our showroom
in Charlottesville, VA. You'll also see products from manufacturers such as Chesapeake Flooring, Marazzi, MSI, and more. We service Charlottesville, Earlysville, Ruckersville, Gordonsville, Louisa, Orange, Ivy, and Fluvanna, VA.