Top 15 Farmhouse Tiles

Design Tips | December 14, 2016

We have been working hard on a few upcoming projects for the new year, and starting to  picking out finishes. During the process we have found some great tile options and can’t help but share.


Photography by Lindsey Orton

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Slate Tile//

It is nice to break up different flooring options through out a home. One of our favorite things is using tile in the smaller areas of a home, like in this mudroom. Slate tile is always a great option to add contrast into a space. We especially love it in a herringbone pattern.


Image Source: Becki Owens


Photography by Jylare Smith Photography 

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Subway Tile//

You can never go wrong with a nice white subway tile. When choosing tile we like to choose classic options, tile that will stay in style for a long time. Subway tile has been around for ages and it still looks incredible!  You can find some great inexpensive  options at your local home improvement store.


Image Source: Twelve on Main


Photography by Becky Kimball

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Cement Tile//

 We know it can be a bit of nerve racking using such bold patterns, so we usually suggest using cement tiles in small areas (bathrooms, mudrooms, and laundry rooms).  This way the pattern won’t have to compete with multiple elements in a room. This is a great way to add pattern into a bathroom.


Image Source: Jenna Sue Design

Need some direction on what tile to choose? We’ve rounded up our favorites.


Gray Subway Tile | Black Subway Tile Glossy White Subway Tile | White & Black Hexagon Tile | Solid Ash Hexagon TilePlaid Cement TileCheck Cement TileAtlas Cement Tile  | Black Penny Tile | White Penny Tile | Black & White Hexagon Tile | Faceted Hex Tile | Weathered White Tile | Black Slate Tile | Faux Marble Tile

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