9 of the Most Gorgeous Kitchen Floors in the World

9 of the Most Gorgeous Kitchen Floors in the World

Nancy Mitchell
Jan 11, 2018

The floor might not be the first thing you think of when planning your new kitchen, but that doesn't mean a floor can't make or break a kitchen. Here are kitchens with floors so beautiful, so eye-catching, you may have a hard time looking at anything else.

1. Painted designs

Painted floors can occasionally feel a bit precious, but this diamond-painted floor spotted on Style Me Pretty is the perfect complement to a modern kitchen.

(Image credit: Carmody Groarke)

2. Historic hexagons

I'm a little bit obsessed with this kitchen from Carmody Groarke, and not least with the beautiful old hexagon tile floor. The minimal style steals the show from the rest of the modern kitchen, without be too dramatic. (Even if you don't own a 250-year-old English manor house, you can get a similiar look with terracotta tile.)

(Image credit: Vogue)

3. Chevron wood pieces

This beautiful old apartment in Lyon, France, has those gorgeous chevron floors that always manage to get all the likes on Pinterest. Here, they provide a lovely contrast to a sleek, minimal kitchen. See more of the apartment at Vogue.

(Image credit: Pippa Drummond | Dwell)

4. Pale parquet

The pale parquet in this kitchen from Dwell is a surprisingly perfect counterpoint to the dramatic dark marble of the island.

(Image credit: Dering Hall)

5. Giant marble slabs

These beautiful slabs of marble were originally installed in the Museum of Modern Art's sculpture garden. Salvaged after a renovation, they made their way to this Sag Harbor home. See more at Dering Hall.

(Image credit: Popham Designs)

6. Geometric cement tile

There's something so beautiful about the texture of cement tile. I just want to rub my cheek on it. Or I would, in this case, if it wasn't on a kitchen floor. I spied this beauty on Popham Design.

(Image credit: Elle)

7. Herringbone wood pieces

This is herringbone, and not chevron (yes, there's a difference!), but whatever you want to call it, it's beautiful. Kitchen by Pelle Designs.

(Image credit: Dwell)

8. Patchwork tiles

Something about patching this antique tile floor with geometric hexagons makes it even more appealing. This floor is in a Paris apartment (of course it's in Paris) spotted on Dwell.

(Image credit: Rum Magazine)

9. Geometric tiles

An intricate tile floor draws your eye through this minimally styled kitchen. And the geometric pattern is lively but still feels modern. From Rum Magazine, via Poppytalk.

This post originally ran on Apartment Therapy. See it there: The World's Most Beautiful Kitchen Floors

Which one is your favorite? If you had to pick one!

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