One of the best benefits of floor tile is design flexibility. You can mix and match the pieces to create an unusual design that reflects your style.

It's functional, too, with durability, long-lasting beauty, and value-adding to a property. Here are some things you can do to make your floors unique.

Install unusual shaped-tiles

Flooring today is all about creativity. Tiles come in unusual shapes, such as hexagons, big circles, and colorful geometrics.
Tile also can work where something cannot; for example, something may be too much for one area but work well on the floor. Check out some designs in our tile store, like San Francisco Deco Mix by Shaw Industries.

Use grout as your design tool

We all know how available grout is, filling in gaps and holding the pieces in place. However, it's now considered a design tool available in an extensive color palette.

One example is the Arabesque tile, which has an unusual design and free-flowing shapes. Highlight them by outlining them with grout. Check out Serliana by Marazzi, also in our showroom.

Mix and match to create checkerboards and more

You might use solid colors like black and white to create color variation and textural interest. Our tile shop carries anything you need.

Another popular look is by alternating wood-look tiles with white or a stone look tile with a solid earth tone.

Give your wet room the look of wood

Right now, wood-look floor tile is the hottest thing on the market. Inkjet Technology lets manufacturers create intricate images with textures, knots, grains, and color variations.

A homeowner recently installed gray wood-look planks on the bathroom floor, and she used marble-look tiles–with gray veining–on the wall.

Wow! This was a stunning look!

The latest trends, 65 years of experience

There's a vast tile flooring inventory at family-owned Haight Carpet & Interiors.

Visit our showroom in Woodinville, WA
, where you'll be able to flex your "eye-for-design" muscles. We work on residential and commercial projects of all sizes in Kirkland, Redmond, Bothell, and Bellevue.