could do this look in foyer but with wood look tile as the dividing pieces not true wood would have to find a wood tile close to the color of the wood floor we want

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Inglenook tile.  Wright's Ferry tiles, in the Savannah color mix with wood ash

LOVE the patterned brick entryway Inglenook tile. Wright's Ferry tiles, in the Savannah color mix with wood ash

The front foyer of this home leaves a lasting first impression upon any guests.

Ceramic tiles laid in a herringbone pattern. Frosted side lights and a frosted window bring a modern flair to the craftsman style door, A tray ceiling adds warmth to the bright space by using the same wood flooring used throughout the home

Hallway with tiled floor black and glass doors

Hallway with tiled floor black and glass doors. Love the pattern but not with black, great simple fixture and ceiling texture.

Slate herringbone floors and shiplap walls || Studio McGee

The Midway House: Mudroom

Benjamin Moore Simply White in a mud room or entryway with slate herringbone pattern flooring and white shiplap.

Stunning entryway with Crema Cappuccino Polished 6x12 tile. Laying tile in a herringbone pattern adds depth and dimension to your foyer and impresses your guests at first sight!

Stunning entryway with Crema Cappuccino Polished tile. Laying tile in a herringbone pattern adds depth and dimension to your foyer and impresses your guests at first sight!

entry way tile pattern ideas | Home tile entryway Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

Cranbrook Custom Homes - The Cambridge - traditional - Entry - Other Metro - Cranbrook Custom Homes

Here's the Secret to Not Spending Too Much on Expensive Tile

Here's the Secret to Not Spending Too Much on Expensive Tile

Foyer envy

Been kicking around the idea of making the front hall tile instead of wood. Or mostly tile with wood trim.

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