One of the major 2016 tiling trends is the use of tiles in different materials, shapes or shades for the same floor. For example wood flooring (or tiles that look like wood) may be used alongside stone (or tiles that look like stone). In this example you can see Misty Fjord™ Hexagon Polished Tiles from Topps Tiles. Check out my blog post to see more examples of this trend and find out what other tiling trend I identified for 2016.
Real stone flooring If you're after a rustic look, real stone flooring is a winner. It looks fab in a hallway or country-style kitchen and when laid in a random pattern, using flagstones in a range of sizes for a relaxed look. Read more at http://www.housetohome.co.uk/product-idea/picture/flooring-ideas-10-of-the-best#GKPXuYK1CEJAoWo9.99
Islands tend to work best in L-shaped kitchens that measure at least 10 X 10 feet and open to another area. Increase the functionality of your kitchen by equipping the island with a cooktop or outfitting it with barstools for casual dining.