Kitchen Floor Tiles 


Kitchens are no more just work-stations or purely functional areas of a house. They are an integral part of the look and feel of any space. So choosing a kitchen floor tile is a job that requires careful consideration. Vitero’s collection of kitchen floor tiles feature a range of kitchen tile designs that are beautifully crafted to suit every style and taste. They are also made keeping in mind the heavy use these tiles go through.  Kitchen tiles are prone to water spillage and stains - that's why Vitero brings you high quality floor tiles that are stain and scratch resistant, easy to clean, bacteria-free and high on slip resistance.


Which tiles are best for kitchen floor?

Areas like kitchens and bathrooms call for tiles that are stain and water-resistant. Vitrified tiles are one of the best options for kitchen floor tiles as they are anti-stain, anti-skid, resistant to water, and easy to clean. Additionally, vitrified tiles with matt, sugar and other such finishes enhance the anti-slippery and anti-scratch properties of the tiles.

What is the best Colour for kitchen floor tiles?

White and other dark-coloured tiles tend to be the most popular choices for kitchen floors as they impart a light and airy ambience to the kitchen and make the space feel more relaxed. Other than these, creams in combination with darker colours like grey and brown are some other common colours for kitchen tiles as they are easier to clean.

How do I choose kitchen floor tiles?

The ideal kitchen floor tiles are basically needed to be skid-free, scratch-resistant, stain-proof, easy to clean and highly durable. Vitrified tiles do the perfect job as kitchen tiles as they are extremely easy to maintain and last long. You can choose from a wide range of colours and prints for your ideal kitchen

Should kitchen floor be darker than cabinets?

Kitchen floor tile designs can have a contrasting colour to the kitchen cabinets and vice versa, as long as it satisfies your vision of the kitchen. There are no right or wrong answers here, the kitchen floor can be darker or lighter than its cabinets and still seem aesthetically pleasing.