can I lift kitchen floor tiles?

last year

Hi all,
We refurbished our bungalow when we moved in 4 years ago and have been pleased with the choices we made,apart from the kitchen floor tiles. They have been impractical from day one showing every drip, mark, footprint and anything that’s dropped on it. Whilst we like the look of them we are now reluctantly thinking of replacing them.The tiles are Cream gloss large format. We had the complete floor tiled before the units were fitted. I have a beast of an island with quartz top and waterfall sides. Would it even be feasible to consider lifting the floor around the island without damaging the quartz sides?One end of the kitchen is a open plan diner with Oak flooring. The other end opens into a garden room with Ceramic wood effect tiles. Any suggestions for a low maintenance replacement. My units are a darkish Greige mushroom colour. Thanks for any advice.

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