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Entryway & Foyer Tile Design Ideas

As the first glimpse inside your home, your entryway is a chance to make a lasting impression. Installing tile can set a stylish tone while providing the durability required to stand up to heavy foot traffic. The Tile Shop offers a range of colors, patterns, shapes and textures that can help establish a welcoming presence for your guests. 

Entry way with wood-look wall and floor tile.

Your entryway is the initial look into your home, so don’t make it an afterthought.

2024 Entryway Tile Design Trends

Tile is an ideal choice for an entryway because it’s fashionable, sturdy and easy to clean. Make a smart decision and protect your home with materials like porcelain, ceramic and slate. Grey continues to be a popular color for home decor—soften the look with a grey wood-look tile that incorporates softer tones like taupe and beige that add warmth. Want to add an elegant feel? Use a combination of stone-look ceramic or porcelain for durability and real marble to elevate the whole space. If you want to enhance a neutral color, consider choosing a geometric pattern. Whether your space is a sprawling foyer or a small entryway, investing in the right tile design can add some flair that transforms your room. 

Black and white graphic entryway floor tile.

Bold and graphic black-and-white floors are always a classic choice.

3-D relief entryway tile.

Tile with a 3-D relief pattern enhances this entryway with a stunning wallpaper effect.

Encaustic patterned entryway floor.

Make a good first impression with a dynamic entryway floor tile that sets a vibrant tone.

Grey and beige industrial floor tile.

Grey, beige and taupe—a tile that combines all of our favorite neutrals is a win.

Pattered rug-look floor tile.

An entryway rug gets a lot of wear and tear. Opt for the easy-to-care-for choice and install patterned tiles that replicate the look of a rug.

Entryway Floors

Your entryway is a high-traffic area that sees a lot of comings and goings, so it’s important to put some thought into your flooring decision. A durable material like tile can stand up to abusive weather conditions that track rain, snow and mud into your home. Protect your space by putting down reliable, low-maintenance flooring that you can clean by simply sweeping and mopping. Not only does tile offer practical convenience, but the variety of styles, textures and colors mean that you’re able to customize a look for your one-of-a-kind room. Our experienced associates at The Tile Shop can help you transform your entryway into a bright spot for your home or business.

Large-format herringbone entryway tile.

These large-format tiles are the perfect scale for a big, airy mudroom.
Photo credit: New Old Custom Homes

entrance wood like tiles.

From rustic to traditional to modern, wood-look tile is perfect for any décor.

Browse our vast selection of tile for entryways.

Large-Format Tile

Large-format tiles are a huge trend in entryways, becoming an effective way to make the most of your space, whether large or small. Bigger tiles have a widening effect that opens up the room and enhances the size of your entryway. Expand your foyer with rectangular tiles that elongate your room and give the impression of even more space. Larger tiles mean there’s less grout to clean and the installation process goes quicker—meaning your DIY project is even more doable.

grey floor tiles.

These large rectangular tiles have widening effect on this entryway.

The light color and larger size of these tiles make this room feel much bigger.

Want to see more options? Browse our large-format tile selection.

Wood Look

Wood-look tiles have become a very popular option for homeowners who want to combine the timeless beauty of wood with the long-lasting durability of tile. Advances in tile technology have managed to duplicate the distinctive grains, knots, colors and patterns of natural wood to achieve a realistic alternative. Faux wood adds warmth to your entryway decor and can provide a rustic, farmhouse vibe. Check out our newest designs in person by stopping in to your local store.

entrance floor tiles.

Our wood-look tile is available in a variety of unique colors and styles.

wood look hallway tiles.

The authentic finishes and grains of this faux-wood tile makes it look like the real thing.

Want to see more options? Browse our selection of wood-look tile.

Let our design experts help you to create the entryway of your dreams. Our free design services are available to you 7 days a week.


Design Tip: Choosing Materials

The reliable durability of tile makes it a practical choice for entryways and foyers. Installing a material like porcelain or ceramic is a sensible decision that will make your floors stylish and functional for years to come. Create a timeless look with tile from our natural stone collection like marble, travertine, slate, limestone and granite. Explore our extensive variety of tile material options in store or online.

The patterns on this ceramic tile add a tropical vibe to this home.

Encaustic tile flooring is an effective way to add beautiful patterns and colors.

front gate entrance floor tiles.

This stunning tile adds elegance and luxury to this grand foyer.

Design Tip: Choosing Colors

The color you select in your entryway can impact the initial look and feel of your home. A strategic pop of color or a funky pattern creates a fashionable mood as your guests walk through the front door. Choose a natural tone that works well with the rest of the house or add elegance with a deep brown espresso wood-look tile. Stop in to The Tile Shop to browse our range of color options that will fit any décor.

wood look floor tiles and ceramic wall tiles.

This is a great example of how to mix and match materials, patterns and colors.

Entrance tiles.

Spice up your room’s white walls with an interesting tile flooring pattern.

ceramic wall tiles.

This smart combination of wall and floor tile adds a lot of depth to this seating area.

The encaustic ceramic tiles effectively add some flair in this entryway.

Nothing beats seeing the tile in person. Come in to browse our huge selection of tile options at a store near you.