Flooring is usually not a design focus when it comes to home and interior design. It may even be just an afterthought in most cases, but the designers of these puzzle floor coverings obviously think otherwise!
To them, a floor is not just a surface that people walk on – it can be major design element. And this slightly unusual perspective resulted in unique and stunning spaces for people who have chosen to treat their floors with unconventional designs.
So if you are looking to have a home or room that will standout from the rest, forget about plain tiles, vinyl strips or wood planks! Go for something out of the ordinary, like these puzzle flooring ideas!
Just because it’s a playful take on a kid’s toy, it doesn’t mean that it’s only for the kids’ room, their playroom or classroom. There are several puzzle-themed floor designs out there to suit every taste, and this page will show you a number of great examples.
Take a look at our list below and don’t forget to tell us what you think! Do you want any of these puzzle floors for your home?
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Irregular Puzzle Design
We couldn’t find the original source or designer but here’s a puzzle floor design that no doubt took a lot of hard work and patience! All pieces seem to be unique from each other and the worm-like accent pieces are made with attention to detail! If you do have information, help us give credit to the rightful owner of this impressive work of art through the comments section. 🙂
This jigsaw puzzle floor design would be perfect for the kids’ room or a game room. If you are planning to add a fun element to a certain room, this flooring idea is one great option you can consider.
Sextant by Jamie Beckwith
Looking for something classy? This is just one of 12 patterns in Jamie Beckwith ‘s Enigma® wood flooring collection, called the Sextant. “So simple, yet sophisticated, these sinuous curves move effortlessly across the floor, providing a dramatic foundation for any room.”
Puzzle by Barber and Osgerby
OK – these are not exactly puzzle pieces but tiles that nevertheless bring the same effect. With Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby’s graphic patterned tiles possible combinations are infinite, allowing for a truly unique flooring. These Puzzle tiles are even available in several colours!
Escher Reptile Flooring by Arbore
These are wooden floor tiles by Spanish flooring Company Arbore. It was a custom floor requested by a client in Madrid in 2011 and was inspired by MC Escher’s ‘Reptiles’ drawing.
Progetto Triennale by Marazzi
Now how about these ceramic puzzle bricks? As you can see these tiles also look great as wall tiles!
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