Traditional, modern wooden aesthetic floor tiles are one of the most versatile and durable options that can work with a myriad of design schemes.
These star design traditional floor tiles bring serious gravitas to the space, the border around the tiles brings that touch of definition and uniformity.
The dark tiles will lead the way in either a minimalist or modern design, bring in some other black accents to draw the room together.
This moody, yet ultra sultry hallway space packs a punch. It’s powerful, defining yet still feels like a warm and fun space.
A classic style from the Victorian era, if you have a period property and are looking for some tiled hallway ideas with period authenticity, look no further.
The octagon limestone tiles bring such a classic appeal to a property, simple linen coloured with that defining and balanced mix of black throughout.
Black and white are elements of a modern property, and I love the stylish yet ultra relaxed look in this hallway.
Green with envy? Dare to be different with something other than monochrome in your hallway. You’ll often find that standard designs are available in different colours too.
The design can be distracting to the eye, so it’s a type of tiled hallway which is better for larger scale hallways that can carry the design.
These iconic tiles were once used in Victorian era train stations, this collection draws on this heritage with rich traditional tones.
I just love the versatility of these soft grey geometric floor tiles, they’re perfect for almost all home decor design styles.
But, perhaps you fancy something a little bolder for serious wow factor? For the most daring, these red chequered tiles bring quite a style statement with them.
Whilst this less popular colour for a hallway isn’t to everyone’s taste, in the right dose it can provide a light, feminine and pretty aesthetic in a hallway.
Terracotta is the colour of the hour, and it just looks incredible in a hallway. It bring a rustic quality, yet warm definition that doesn’t include a single touch of black.
These pastel zigzag tiles instantly draw the eye as you step into the room and they bring a ton of colour and warmth with them.