Having made Dungeon and Cavern floor plans I've decided to try and create a set of workable modern tiles with the same versatility.
I plan to make tiled, wooden, concrete and carpeted floor tiles. The majority will be rooms with only a few short corridor pieces. I don't think I'll need many corridors for modern settings.
The room sizes have been dictated by the size of an A4 piece of paper because both the tiled and the wooden rooms will be using printed textures.
Tiled floor plans
I'll be using these for hospitals, asylums, abattoirs etc. All fairly unpleasant places in horror games so I've made the tile textures grubby and unpleasant.
Wooden floor plans
These will be used for abandoned buildings, attics, cabins in the woods etc. Again I've made them fairly dirty like the tiled set.
Concrete floor plans
These will be used for factories, warehouses and other industrial areas. I'm keeping them neutral and not as dirty as the wood and tiles ones.
These tiles are just painted with no added textures which allows me to include a big 50ft x 50ft scale room (300mm x 300mm) since they'll be used to show locations with the biggest rooms.
Carpeted floor plans
These are for nice houses, offices, hotels etc. These I'm keeping pristine, they're for up-market horror.
Linoleum floor plans
A general purpose set suitable for low rent living ares, industrial spaces, schools and shops. Also very grubby to keep the tome menacing and unpleasant. This idea came late in the planning stage.
Here are the various tile textures I've made. These are all high resolution images that you can download if you want to use them yourself. Just right click on the image and 'save as' for Windows machines. Mac users will have to do whatever it is they do to download stuff.
Here are the wooden textures I've made. Once again, they're high resolution images that you can download and use if you want to.
I found this already distressed texture online.
With modern floor plans I need modern furniture and scatter terrain too. Here are a set of 3D printed doors designed for the Mansions of Madness board game. They are available here.
Some 3D printed trap doors.
Some 3D printed cabinets.
Some resin items from Black Cat Bases.
Some metal toilets from Black Cat Bases.
Hospital beds from Grekwood miniatures.
A 3D printed set of spiral stairs.