Hessler Floor Covering offers a vast in-stock inventory of ceramic and porcelain tiles at our Fort Myers, Punta Gorda, and Naples, FL showrooms. We make it easy to find tile flooring for your kitchen that complements your home decor.
Ceramic tiles tend to be simple in style and color, while porcelain tiles are more elaborate. Either one is used to create an attention-getting floor.
1. Traditional but updated
When considering installing kitchen tiles, it's always a good idea to pick a traditional design and then tweak it just a bit to give it an updated look.
For example, the Victorian octagon dot floor, usually composed of black standard-sized octagon tiles and smaller white square tiles, has a more contemporary look when you choose a different light and dark color.
2. In your home, only
As with a traditional design, you can't go wrong by combining two or more ceramic or porcelain tile styles, colors, and sizes to create a unique floor for your home.
When planning a design with floor tiles, many homeowners are replacing popular 12-inch by 12-inch tiles with a large format or mosaic. To easily add some pizzazz to your floor, choose tile inlays.
3. Eye-catching layout patterns
Simple is better, especially when your floor catches attention with a non-traditional tile layout pattern.
Pick solid-colored rectangular tiles and lay them in a herringbone, or repeat V or W pattern, and you've got a 'showy' floor that requires little pre-installation planning. Trendy wood look tile flooring works well with herringbone and other popular designs.
Start your tile flooring upgrade today
Hessler Floor Covering begins each tile flooring upgrade with a free flooring estimate. In addition, our installation team is proficient at laying floor tiles so they can complete even the most complex design.
We invite folks who reside in the Punta Gorda, Fort Myers, Naples, Estero, Port Charlotte, Bonita Springs, and Cape Coral areas to visit one of our three showrooms today.