Tile laying patterns are an easy way to enhance the overall look and feel of a space or create an eye-catching focal point. The same tile laid in an alternative pattern can achieve a totally different look so it’s worth considering the layout of your tiles carefully. We love experimenting with tile laying patterns, whether that means reviving a classic or mixing it up, here are some of our favourite ideas.
A tile laying pattern that is virtually unparalleled when it comes to style and sophistication is herringbone. Although traditionally thought of as flooring, herringbone tiling can be used on both the floor and wall to add interest and drama.
Capture the imagination with our Hoxton Pink Gloss Porcelain, soft pink glazed tiles with subtle shade variation between each tile that fuses vintage, industrial and contemporary styles all in one. Ideal for bathrooms and kitchens as a feature wall or splashback, these quirky tiles have a handmade, artisan feel that transforms any interior.
Another popular colour from our Hoxton range (and one of our favourites) is our Hoxton Olive Gloss Porcelain. These glossy green herringbone porcelain tiles have been used to zone the shower area and the tiling pattern has been combined with a brick bond border for added interest.
For something a little more unique, try mixing two or more colours in a herringbone tiling layout. Pictured here is our Bluestone Tumbled Marble and Calacatta Tumbled Marble; two colours that have been scattered through one another to create this different look. The Bluestone cleverly zones the shower area whilst the Calacatta represents the rest of the bathroom.