Tile Flooring

Kitchen tile flooring design ideas

Porcelain and ceramic are the most popular kitchen tile materials. While ceramic is durable and serviceable, porcelain is a superior product. It's stronger, denser, and naturally waterproof. Therefore, porcelain is best in your kitchen if foot traffic will be heavy. While styles are plentiful for both types of tile, budget-friendly ceramic tile is more likely to come in neutral colors and standard sizes. The best place to find a great selection of high-quality tile from Dal-Tile and American Olean companies is Value Discount Flooring, a tile store in Richmond, Illinois.


You can get the look of wood and the stain- and scratch-resistance of tile with wood look porcelain tile. While mimicking a classic hardwood floor is excellent, creating an eye-catching patterned floor designed with square and rectangle tiles is even better!

Checkerboard floor

Update the traditional black and white checkerboard kitchen floor, and you'll have a classic floor in your home that has a modern look. Lay 25 white mosaic tiles that are each 2-inches square or smaller to create every large white tile. Use the same makeup for each large black tile.

Creative with color

Tile and a splash of color can be combined to create room decor with a 'magazine look.' White floor tile, white subway tile, and white cabinets are enhanced by a colorful backsplash and window shutters. Or make a bright and bold tile floor the focal point in an all-white kitchen.

Family-owned Value Discount Flooring boasts a design team that can help you make your kitchen design a reality. In addition to flooring, we offer cabinets, countertops, and window treatments. Other services include residential and commercial installation, area rug binding, and free measurement. We have been serving Antioch and McHenry, Illinois, and Burlington and Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, for over 50 years. We invite you to stop by our tile shop and let us put our experience to work for you.