Make a feature of your backsplash. The graphic tiles in this kitchen make for a subtle feature wall that fits perfectly with the trend. The choice of grout color is important here. The off-gray helps to define the tile pattern and provide that all-important contrast.
This contemporary family bathroom was built to be durable and stylish with graphic concrete tile floors that will stand up to water and wear while adding an elegant design. The room also features modern fixtures like the freestanding tub, custom glass panel and lighting, and onyx countertops.
Graphic, geometric patterned floor tile serves as the focal point and color palette inspiration for this bathroom. Wooden, flat panel vanity drawers bring a natural, warm element to the black and white space. Since an octagonal shower window is the only source of natural light, white walls and subway tile help brighten the room.
Contemporary glass doors lead from the courtyard into the stylish kitchen of this home in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. The entrance reveals cement floor tiles with a graphic pattern design and a show-stopping copper kitchen island, which serves to balance the use of dark wood for the ceiling and island countertop.
For this bathroom, shared by the homeowners' two children, designers wanted the look to be both fun and sophisticated. They selected the graphic floor tiles for their sense of playfulness and intrigue, and tempered the tiles' boldness with more muted, simple finishes for the vanity and walls.
One wall of this Brooklyn kitchen is lined with windows, offering a leafy view while bringing in loads of natural light. White cabinetry and neutral surfaces ensure the graphic tile flooring steals the show. A storage-filled center island features a dark-stained wood countertop, adding contrast to the white space.