The floor may 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 9 kitchens with floors so beautiful, so eye-catching, you may have a hard time looking at anything else.
One of the simplest tile designs I can think of is the chequered layout of black and white tiles. From Victorian bathrooms to Art Deco halls to 1980s kitchens, it’s been a staple design choice. What inspired Squared was the desire to play with that form while keeping the tile as simple as possible. I eventually achieved this with a combination of subtly distorted pattern and colour. #SminkThings
Dramatise a spacious kitchen with the appearance of freestanding units for a bespoke, high-end look. To make a tasteful statement within a practical workspace, choose open shelves and upstands that partially enclose the worktops in a warm wooden finish. Add simple greenery and copper touches for a style that's nothing short of fresh. Find your kitchen style at Wickes.