Floor Patterns

When you’re picking the right tile for your kitchen or bathroom renovation, it’s important that you also choose the right tile floor pattern for your home.

When it comes time to pick a pattern for the tile flooring in your home or office your only real limitation is your budget and personal design preference, as some patterns are more complex than others.  The tile material should also be taken into consideration as some materials can be limited to certain areas of your home. An example is glass tiles. Glass tiles are recommended for wall use since glass is not durable enough to be used as a floor tile.

Alternating Horizontal

Basketweave

Basketweave Horizontal

Basketweave Vertical

Brick

Brickwork Vertical

Brickwork Vertical Narrow

Checkerboard

Circular Rectangular

Clipped Corner

Cobblestone

Corridor

Corridor Horizontal

Corridor Layered

Corridor Modular

Corridor Stacked

Corridor Vertical

Diamond

Divisible

Grid

Grid with Decorative Insert

Herringbone

Herringbone Inserted

Hopscotch

Hopscotch with Decorative Insert

Interlocked

Lacework

Mini-Grid

Modified Herringbone

Modified Hopscotch

Modified Hopscotch with Random Deco Insert

Octagon with Dot

Pinwheel

Steppingstone

Trellis

Vectored

Windmill