These printable tile floors come in three colors and two tile sizes, which would be about 2.5″ and a little under 5″ if they were full size.
The scale on these is 1:12, but they would work in other scales too since the full-sized tiles wouldn’t need to be a specific size to look right.
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You can print these using a home printer, then trim the white edges to line up the seams.
They’re seamless patterns, so they can be butted up against each other to form a continuous pattern, or trimmed to fit smaller rooms.
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This one has shades of blue, and the tiles would be smaller if they were full-sized and the scale was 1:12. I estimate that they’d be a little under 2.5″, so this would be good for a floor where you want the look of small tiles.
The next ones are the larger version, so the tiles would be a little under 5″ wide if you were working in a 1:12 scale.
Since these are tile patterns they could also be used for dollhouse bathrooms and kitchens for tile walls and backsplashes.
Print these on cardstock or regular printer paper. You can use a sealer to seal the ink, but it’s not 100% necessary. Using a gloss sealer can give the tiles a shiny look, which can give them a little realism if you want that look.
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