Gold bar stools are tucked into a black kitchen island with table legs. The island is lit by black pendant lights in this white kitchen with a stained wood herringbone floor.
01 of Kitchen with Stained Wood Herringbone Floor
If you’re remodeling your kitchen, you may want to consider installing a herringbone kitchen floor. This zigzag pattern is taking over as one of the hottest trends in home design. A herringbone tile kitchen floor creates the illusion of movement and can make any kitchen look bigger, particularly in those narrower spaces between your island and counter or in hallways next to your kitchen.
When it comes to herringbone kitchen floors, wooden planks are the most popular for a distinct look. Wood comes in a variety of stains, so you have the freedom to find one that suits your kitchen the best. Lighter stains look great next to white cabinets, while darker stains will complement deeper shades of kitchen cabinetry. Whether it be tile, wood, or even brick, this is a list of our favorite kitchens with herringbone floors.