When it comes to using conventional subway tile in creative ways, our herringbone tiles pattern offers a fresh take on a time-honored design. Because each item is handmade in the studio, it has depth, variety, and texture that can’t be duplicated. Make a herringbone pattern with our simple-to-install sheets. For your next project, here are some of our favorite herringbone patterns.

Herringbone Tile in Ombre Colors

A warm, Scandinavian-style bathroom is what you’re looking for. Look no farther than the outstanding Joinery and Design Co.’s Pinterest-perfect design. A herringbone tile arrangement and an ombre tile pattern are also favorites of ours. It’s a great method to draw attention to a certain area of your home. We adore color, but this neutral scheme shows that it’s possible to make a statement without going overboard with it.

Design of a Bar Tile

For daring design experiments, bars are the ideal location, whether at home or in a restaurant. A glossy emerald tile is a perfect way to make a statement in this dramatic and gloomy setting. Rearranging these 3″x6″ Subway Tiles into a herringbone tiles pattern gives the room a stylish, elegant, and bold feel just with the simple change of design.

Backsplash with Colorful Ombre Patterns.

Ombres don’t have to be the same color all the way through to be successful. For this fascinating tile design, we suggest being creative. An ombre of various glaze colors from our color pallet will allow your individuality to show through instead of the always-on-trend black to grey to white ombre. All your visitors will be mesmerized by this Construction2Style basement bar tile backsplash, which features a mosaic work of art.

Tile Lettering Designed to Meet Your Specifications

With bespoke tile writing on a pink herringbone tile Please, take my money! It’s no secret that tile lettering is a little bit of a passion of ours. If anything inspires you, as we always say, put it on the tile! Custom tile writing may display anything from a cherished phrase to a significant date or even a family crest. The Coven decided to use pink herringbone tile to encircle their inspiring mosaic, making it even more eye-catching.

Shiny Green Tile Backsplash in Kitchen

The kiln produced 75 beautiful Emerald herringbone tiles, ranging from pale emeralds to rich teals. These tiles are unmatched because of their glossy and smooth surface. This glaze and pattern combination has consistently been done perfectly, so we decided to make them easily accessible for purchase on our online store.

Backsplash with Farmhouse Feel

This warm color scheme in burned tones is perfect for creating a homey atmosphere with a touch of casual elegance. Colors in the burnt orange family, such as terra cotta flooring and caramel farmhouse backsplashes, are both classic and modern at once. If you’re working with a herringbone tiles design, be sure to consider open shelves. Use your handcrafted tiled backsplash to its fullest while creating the ideal setting for plates, bowls, and other decorative items.

Backsplash in the laundry room with herringbone pattern

Use our 28 Everglades glaze colors to enhance the romantic undertones of the herringbone tiles pattern. There is nothing more Scandinavian than using glaze and pattern in the same space. If you’re not a minimalist, herringbone may still be your go-to pattern. Make a statement with your ceramic tile by choosing vibrant hues that reflect your maximalism style. These earthy green tiles have a lot of character and are ideal for a contemporary take on Scandinavian design that adds a personal touch.

There is a Pink Floor Statement

Keep in mind that your flooring may make a big impression when it comes to decorating. It’s hard to argue with our 309E Grapefruit glaze when it comes to pink. It’s bright without being overpowering. Do your laundry room or bathroom a favor and choose pink herringbone tile.

Herringbone Shower with Lots of Variations

Herringbone tiles have a strong pattern, so don’t go overboard with color. This shower nook exemplifies the principle that less is more on sometimes. High-variation glazes give each tile a distinctive depth and personality that will serve as a constant reminder of how unique handmade tile is.

Herringbone Trim on Bars

Drink stations like this one by Bari J. show that you don’t need a tiled wall to make a statement. Try putting a tile border around your bar area and lining it with trim instead of a complete backsplash if you’re not ready to commit to it. These Small Bricks & Squares are the ideal choice for tiling your bar’s perimeter in our distinctive herringbone tiles design. Click here to read about A Brief Overview of Herringbone Tiles.

Frequently Asked Questions

We took the stress of answering some frequently asked questions you may want to ask when selecting herringbone tiles:

Where do I begin with the herringbone pattern?

It really depends on the aesthetic you’re going for. If you want a symmetrical tiled area, which is often the most attractive appearance, you must first identify the tiled area’s center and work from there. This will guarantee that the herringbone tiles pattern appears the same on both sides of a wall or square floor area.

If, however, you want to ensure that there are no cut tiles along with one of the borders of your floor or wall, you should begin on that side. This technique will not decrease the number of tiles required to create a herringbone tiles pattern, but it will offer you more control over the cut sides of the floor or wall tiled area.

Which direction should the pattern follow?

When tiling a herringbone pattern, the general guideline is that each rectangular tile should be placed at a 90-degree angle to the tile next to it, resulting in what professionals refer to as a “fishbone” design that also resembles a series of arrows or triangles.

Which grout should I use to finish the herringbone design?

This is entirely up to your own preference and the design you are pursuing. Typically, a grout color that matches the tile color is selected. However, a highly unique herringbone pattern may be created by selecting a contrasting grout color to frame your tile design.

Which tiles need herringbone pattern cutting?

This varies according to the area you are tiling. Before laying or cutting the tiles, we suggest that you lay them without adhesive (glue or hot wax). This allows you to determine which tiles need to be trimmed to suit the area. After determining which tiles need cutting, you may mark them with a marker and cut away. Each cut should be made at a 45-degree angle.

Is there a less expensive or simpler method of laying a herringbone tiles pattern?

There is. If you are unable to devote the time necessary to lay the herringbone tiles pattern yourself, or if the cost of creating the design is too expensive, why not choose a mosaic sheet that already comes in a herringbone pattern?

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