Super size your floor tiles

If you’re not loving floorboards but prefer an industrial look have you considered a super size floor tile? Also known as a ‘slab tile’. They can resemble concrete polished floors, without the same price tag, if they are big enough.

Choose a light colour and blend in the grout lines for a more streamline look.

Here are some ideas…

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Typically tiles are used in bathrooms, but I feel the vibe is also moving towards using them throughout the entire home again. That grey trend seems to be sticking around! I am liking it.

Anyway, food for thought ♥ KC.

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19 comments

  • Jaklyn Baer says:

    Courtney thought you might be interested

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  • Cheryl Kennedy says:

    Love the Matt ones

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  • Kim Fitzgibbon says:

    Wow! Good call Katrina, they are stunning.

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  • Alicia Geikowski says:

    have thought about those but you need a SUPER flat and level floor which we don’t have!

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  • Tish Lovell says:

    Is that second picture really a tile and not polished concrete?

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  • Melanie Rosengren says:

    Too cold for wagga though you think Katrina without infloor heating #renovating

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    • Katrina Chambers says:

      In floor heating and they’d be tops

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    • Melanie Rosengren says:

      Katrina Chambers I wish I could do hydronic with my wood heater but can’t with renos .. needs to go in with original concrete slab. Over timber. 🙁

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    • Katrina Chambers says:

      Melanie Rosengren but of course you could still do tiles lovely. Would be totally fine. You have enough heating in your house

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    • Melanie Rosengren says:

      Katrina Chambers I went thru 8 tonne of wood this year.

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    • Katrina Chambers says:

      Melanie Rosengren geez Louise. Tell Simon you need to add gas ducted!!

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    • Melanie Rosengren says:

      Katrina Chambers $2.5 K to connect gas here…. needs to come under road to fence .. then extra to house… … ridiculous

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