If you’re looking for ways to bring some subtle pattern into your interior, then herringbone tiles could be the perfect solution. Graphic and elegant, these designs never go out of style and chime beautifully with both modern and traditional schemes. Choose from larger elongated brick designs or intricate herringbone mosaics to create a motif that sits in harmony with your space, as well as the rest of your tiling scheme.
When selecting herringbone kitchen and bathroom tiles, consider hardwearing porcelain to create your desired design. Whether a soft and subtle matt tile, such as our Pastella range, or one with a highly reflective glaze, porcelain will ensure your wall or floor will withstand many years of wear and use. Porcelain herringbone tiles also need no treatment or upkeep, so they’re an incredibly low-maintenance option. Our porcelain range comes in a vast array of styles and shades, including the eye-catching colours of our glossy Riad collection, and the earthy natural hues showcased in our Oblique design. The latter features an almost clay-like texture, which gives the tile an artisanal edge and is ideal for adding texture and interest to a neutral tile scheme. Stick to a single shade or mix and match for a more nuanced palette.
For some soft and tonal colour, consider herringbone mosaic tiles in delicate shades of honed marble, such as peach-toned blush or powdery pale green – a stylish addition to bathrooms and kitchens alike. For a more accessible alternative, try a porcelain tile in a matt pastel colourway, such as our Oska range, which is available in a selection of dusky hues. Or, choose a tile with tonal gradation to help introduce some subtle colour variation, such as Hoxton.
And, if you’ve long been coveting a parquet floor, you’ll be pleased to know that our highly realistic wood-effect tiles are available in an incredibly authentic-looking herringbone motif. The Jakob range comes in four different shades, all of which mimic the beauty of a well-aged timber floor. Choose a lighter shade for a more contemporary feel, or consider going darker for a heritage look. Alternatively, mix up different tones in a herringbone motif for a floor with reclaimed appeal.