Floor Tile Design Patterns

Floor Tile Design Patterns

Floor Tile Design Patterns

Here you can find answers to your questions about what is the best design for floor tiles. Also, what are different tile patterns and how do you pattern tile floor.

Floor patterns transform your entire space. Definitely, It is a personal choice and there are lots of options to choose from.

Most preferred floor tile design patterns are:

  1. Straight Lay Pattern: Most commonly used and the easiest way of laying the tiles. If you have much more special design element in your space, this pattern is for you.

  2. Brick Pattern: Almost popular as straight lay pattern. Very traditional pattern. End of each tile is lined up with the tile above and below it. It is great for covering any imperfections. You can mix and match different colored tiles.

  3. Herringbone Pattern: Herringbone is very popular design pattern. If your space is small, this design pattern make it look like bigger. It is V-shaped rows of 45 degree angled tiles. Herringbone layout is very popular as back-splash, subway tiles for interior projects. You can mix and match different colored tiles.

  4. Diagonal Pattern: Also called diamond pattern. You can create this pattern by using square tiles or pavers, which laid on 45 degree angle. This diagonal pattern makes loom larger, floor looks wider. This pattern requires more cutting.

  5. Hexagon Pattern: Hexagon tile patterns create geometric aesthetic. This hexagon pattern creates illusion of depth.

  6. French Pattern: Other name is Versailles Pattern. This pattern is combination of 4 different sizes. French pattern gives effect of puzzle. After each 16 sqft, design repeats itself. Most preferred design pattern for natural stone like travertine pavers or tiles, marble pavers is French Pattern. This pattern doesn't create any distraction.

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