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11 Granite Tiles for Your Floor, Walls or Counters

There are so many kitchen styles that deciding on just one can be a mess, but once you decide on tiles of granite, you're going to be pleased with these.

The wonderful thing about having your own house is that you get to decorate it and design it any way that you want. You get to choose what color scheme you use. You get to choose what decorations you use and you get to decide what kitchen tiles you use. With granite tiles you’re going to get something elegant, stylish and still in the price range for most people looking at high quality.

The Color Options on Granite Tiles

The colors for granite tiles are beyond even your imagination. There’s just about anything and everything that you can get because the stones can always be colored or dyed but in most cases you’re going to find stone colors in shades of grey and tan. You may find some in whites, reds or even black that will give even more accent options to your kitchen.

With these types of tiles you can choose to use only one shade or you can mix and match shades with different patterns. Keep in mind that, because this is a type of stone, it’s generally going to have differences even if the ones you choose are all supposed to be the same. After all, these tiles are considered ‘natural’ and therefore will have flecks, streaks, speckles and a whole lot more running all the way through to give each piece a unique look.

The Pricing Options on Tiles

Granite isn’t the cheapest of accent pieces for your kitchen but it’s also not near the most expensive. Typical options run between $10 to $40 per square foot and those tiles can be used on the floor or walls to give them a more unique look. At that price you can afford to use them as a small accent or even to use them throughout an entire room.

If you’re looking for a large slab that you can use for countertops you’ll find those to be a bit more expensive but no less varied when it comes to the colors and styles. You can choose from different finishes, and even edges but you’ll spend somewhere between $50 and $60 a square foot on average for these larger slabs.

Your Room Style

So just what are granite tiles going to do for your room? Well, they’re likely going to make it look more elegant and sleek, though not all granite tiles are created equally. Some of them are going to appear more ‘ritzy’ than others and some are going to look casual but no matter which colors, shapes or specific options you pick, the tiles are going to add something unique to any room.

We’ve scoured the options and found several great looking kitchens that used granite tile for their floors and walls, just to let you see what you can really do. Of course, it’s best if you let your own imagination and design shine through, so take a look and then see what you can make of it. You’ll fall in love with granite tile just like the rest of us.

The granite slab here pairs with white cabinets to create a pristine, old-fashioned design. Of course, the stainless steel appliances step things up a little.

The granite slab here pairs with white cabinets to create a pristine, old-fashioned design. Of course, the stainless steel appliances step things up a little.

 

The tan and brown tiles on the floor in this kitchen match the ones on the wall, creating a cohesive look that goes well with the muted browns of the cabinet. This is definitely an understated, but still sleek look.

The tan and brown tiles on the floor in this kitchen match the ones on the wall, creating a cohesive look that goes well with the muted browns of the cabinet. This is definitely an understated, but still sleek look.

 

A light granite slab with a little bit of dark color accents goes well with the granite tiles on the walls behind. With the glass it breaks up the monotony of color but also highlights what's already in the look.

A light granite slab with a little bit of dark color accents goes well with the granite tiles on the walls behind. With the glass it breaks up the monotony of color but also highlights what’s already in the look.

 

The granite tiles in the floor here are similar to the tiles up behind the stove top, creating a match that makes the entire room flow together. With muted colors and tones, it's a little more rustic with a speakeasy feel.

The granite tiles in the floor here are similar to the tiles up behind the stove top, creating a match that makes the entire room flow together. With muted colors and tones, it’s a little more rustic with a speakeasy feel.

 

This granite slab is definitely unique with colors of green and grey throughout and it matches not only the floor tiles but the small tiles on the wall as well. Paired with the antique white cabinets, these granite tiles are definitely a sight.

This granite slab is definitely unique with colors of green and grey throughout and it matches not only the floor tiles but the small tiles on the wall as well. Paired with the antique white cabinets, these granite tiles are definitely a sight.

 

The white granite colors of these tiles is timeless and looks great with the antique white and deep brown cabinets. It's simple enough to blend and be beautiful without pulling the attention away.

The white granite colors of these tiles is timeless and looks great with the antique white and deep brown cabinets. It’s simple enough to blend and be beautiful without pulling the attention away.

 

The waterfall look to the granite in this island is not just unique, but also adds something of a hard and polished look to this modern kitchen. White and black combined with sharp angles definitely create a unique impression.

The waterfall look to the granite in this island is not just unique, but also adds something of a hard and polished look to this modern kitchen. White and black combined with sharp angles definitely create a unique impression.

 

The granite tile here is unique in its shape and color. The deep blue with the angles and rounded accents make this something to behold, even without looking at the rest of the kitchen.

The granite tile here is unique in its shape and color. The deep blue with the angles and rounded accents make this something to behold, even without looking at the rest of the kitchen.

 

The granite counters here match nearly perfectly with the small tiles in the back to create a seamless and beautiful look. With the small accent pieces and the edging this is definitely a stylish kitchen.

The granite counters here match nearly perfectly with the small tiles in the back to create a seamless and beautiful look. With the small accent pieces and the edging this is definitely a stylish kitchen.

 

The waterfall look can be unique on its own, but when it looks just like the bark of a tree it becomes even more so. This island definitely captures the fun and variety of a granite tile counter.

The waterfall look can be unique on its own, but when it looks just like the bark of a tree it becomes even more so. This island definitely captures the fun and variety of a granite tile counter.

 

The white and black of the granite create a classy look that nearly matches the tiles on the back wall. With the black cabinets it's sure to add just the right amount of brightness.

The white and black of the granite create a classy look that nearly matches the tiles on the back wall. With the black cabinets it’s sure to add just the right amount of brightness.

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