As a flooring, a backsplash, or on your walls – tile is a versatile option that allows you to get creative! Explore different colors, shapes, sizes, textures, and materials. With so many options, it can be difficult to settle on the perfect style choice. Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta is here to help with our favorite tile styles! Keep reading to learn more.

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Subway Tiles

First appearing in New York City subway stations, subway tiles are now a popular look throughout Buckhead, Atlanta, Midtown, and surrounding areas. This classic pattern could be the perfect way to spruce up your kitchen or bathroom. Consider porcelain or ceramic subway tiles as a backsplash in your kitchen or as shower tiles in your bathroom.

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Large Tiles

Tile doesn’t have to be small squares. For a modern and minimalist approach, opt for larger tiles. The wider look will give any room the illusion of more space, because larger tiles have less visual clutter. Large tiles also have less grout, which means that they’re easier to maintain. 

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Mosaic Tile

For bold style and a splash of color, consider mosaic tiles! You can choose tiles that come individually patterned, or create your own pattern with tiles of different colors. Consider patterned tile flooring for a bold and unique look, or keep things more modest with a patterned backsplash. 

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Colorful Glass Tile

Glass tile is beautiful and versatile, a go-to backsplash option for Atlanta homeowners. Available in a variety of colors, textures, and shapes, glass tile can be used to create any number of stunning looks for your kitchen or bathroom. When hit by light, glass tile has a beautiful luminescent quality.

Get Started in Atlanta Today

To learn more about tile flooring, give the team at Floor Coverings International Intown Atlanta a call! We’re happy to help you decide which tile style is right for you. Book a free in-home consultation today! We proudly serve Buckhead, Atlanta, Midtown and surrounding areas.

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