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Tiled flooring sounds unusual in a rustic farmhouse design, until you realize how versatile tile has become. It's not the old fragile material of your grandmother's house, it's become something unique and beautiful in its own right.
Tile comes in so many colors and patterns that it's almost unrecognizable. You can get wood look tile patterns that will make many people think you chose a wood floor. Or, you can get beautiful creams, browns, tans, and much more.
Beyond the color and pattern of the material itself, how you lay the tile and how it's grouted can impact the design of the space dramatically. Large tiles? Medium? Dark grout? White? Only you can make the final decision.
Our room design tool makes it easy to find the right tile flooring style for you. Get ideas from our pictures and choose your flooring today. Your dream space is within reach!
Does choosing rustic farmhouse dining room tile flooring sound overwhelming? It certainly doesn't have to be. There are a lot of decisions, but there are also a lot of opportunities to make it uniquely yours.
Depending on the size of your space, choose large or medium tiles for the flooring. Small tiles are far to busy, even in tiny spaces. You can even mix the sizes of tiled flooring to create additional interest in your room.
Solid colors are great, but in a rustic design you want something very natural looking. Consider mottled tiles or a mix of hues. If you're concerned about durability, you can investigate tile look flooring, such as laminate or vinyl in a tile design.
My Design Finder allows you to get a variety of rustic farmhouse dining room tile flooring ideas, and then look at a variety of colors and patterns specific to this style. We narrow it down so you have an easy time choosing what's best for you. Get started today!