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Dining Room
 
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Classic & Traditional
 
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Tile & Stone Look
 
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Tiled Flooring for a Classic & Traditional Dining Room

If you're surprised by the idea of using tile flooring in a traditional dining room, you're not alone. But before you click away, consider how ideally tile can bring in the elements of classic style. Timeless, cozy, sophisticated, gentle lines and understated detail? Yes, yes, and more yes!

Tile has come a long way from your grandmother's kitchen. Take a look at the beautiful tones, colors, and patterns that are available now. You can achieve an almost wood-look flooring style, or stay with creams and tans, or even choose a subtle tone-on-tone pattern. Any of these options will give you the classic elegance that traditional dining rooms are known for.

Tile can be very durable, but if you're worried about maintaining grout lines or cracking tiles, consider tile look flooring in another material. You can vary sizes of tile to bring in visual interest, or simply keep everything square and uniform.

Using a traditional dining room tiled flooring may not be the first thing you think of, but it's not at all out of place. Get ideas from our images above, and then choose the perfect color and pattern for your space today!

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Tile flooring in a traditional dining room can enhance the class and beauty of the space. A simple matte finish will keep the flooring from becoming too much of a focal point, as will using quiet neutral tones or uncomplicated patterns.

When using traditional dining room tile flooring, stick with large or medium-sized tiles. Small tiles are far too fussy for classic design, and can easily overwhelm a room and make it look busy. Choose a color and pattern that highlights your dining set, china cabinet, and other features of the room.

Tile look flooring is another option, and it can save you money and time. You can get the balanced symmetry of tile without having to worry about damage to the floor or dirt in the grout. If you plan to use the space heavily, this can be an especially good idea.

Our room design tool makes it easy for you to choose the perfect tile flooring style for your traditional dining room design. Take a look at our wide range of colors and patterns, and select the one that is best for your space. The time to start on your design is now, so don't delay!