Octagon and dot floor tiles in 13 color combinations

OCTAGON FLOOR TILES are great for pre-war homes — 1920s, 1930s, 1940s — and then some colorways came around again in the 1970s. This tile style can work, I think, for either a vintage style bathroom or kitchen floor, and that dot gives you a nice flourish of color to play with.


Nemo Tile has the largest selection that I’ve seen yet of colors for the main tile and the dot. Looks like they have a glossy and satin white, a glossy and satin black, and for that 70s house, shades of beige and shades of gray. What a hoot, I love ’em. For dots: white, black, navy, cobalt, red, burgundy, green and the 70s beige and gray. Nemo Tile octagon ceramic floor tile.

CategoriesBathroom Tile
  1. Barbara says:

    Hi, we put in white octagonal flooring over 20 years ago in the kitchen (navy blue square tile) flowing into the bathroom where I switched out the navy square for a gloss white square tile. We want to re do the wall tile around a (new to us) old 1940s claw foot tub and am looking for tile ideas. Our house is a 1940s bungalow. I’ve seen lots of white subway tiles in combination with our floor, but would like to see something else. Any ideas? Something in keeping with the vintage floor tile style, but different and modern without being too modern. I’d appreciate any ideas plus pictures. Thank you in advance. Barbara

  2. pam kueber says:

    Why don’t you give them a call. Sounds like it’s discontinued, but perhaps they have some left.

  3. pam kueber says:

    We do not sell anything on this site. You need to click on the links within the stories to the companies profiled. For tile research also see our category Bathroom Help / Tile

  4. rhudy says:

    looking for measurements and a way to purchase Nemo Tile, octagon ceramic white with blue navy dot (rid 144)

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