tile floor patternes
Spring is a time to start fresh. Spring cleaning clears away the dust and stuffiness of winter. gardening gives your house a chance to glow. There all sorts of things you can do during spring to spruce up your home, but one change often gets overlooked — your floors. Choosing new floor patterns can springboard your home into the new season with a different and unique look. Here are some trending tile floor patterns for 2017.

Fake Wood

Genuine hardwood is pricey, but no one can deny its stylish look. In a survey by Houzz, 47% of people like having wood flooring in their homes. What to do if you can’t afford wood? You can opt for fake wood tiles. Less expensive, wood tiles come in a wide variety of contemporary and unique designs. You can get that perfect hardwood floor look without spending a small fortune.

Mosaic

Who said ceramic tiles have to be predictable and square? With mosaics, you can add light and playful designs that are truly your own. Whether it’s a pieced-together statement of art or simple mismatched bricks, this look is messy in all the right ways.

Marble

Like hardwood, marble flooring is difficult to install and is expensive. Marble floor tiles are also high-maintenance. Luckily, there are porcelain tiles that are made to look like genuine marble, but carry almost none of its problems. Providing low cost and low maintenance, these tiles are chemical and scratch resistant, unlike real marble.

Metal

Going outside the flooring box, metal tiles are rapidly growing in popularity. With a sleek, modern look, these tiles can come in a wide range of color tones — from bronze to platinum to gold.

Old School

On the other side of the spectrum is a revival of the classic tile layout, with a twist. Brick, cotto, stone and wood are blended with more contemporary designs and colors to create an elegant, yet homey feel to any house.

There are endless options for tile floor patterns you can choose for 2017. These are just a few of the many styles to spice up your home after a long, cold winter. We hope you found this list useful for sparking ideas your spring renovations.