What's better than a dark and moody interior design moment? A dark and moody herringbone tile moment! From black herringbone floors to moody herringbone bar backsplashes, we put together a list of our six favorite projects that show off this dramatic and daring style.
1. Onyx Herringbone Home Bar Backsplash
If there's one place in the home that deserves a dark and moody makeover, it's definitely the home bar. The black subway tile of this bar backsplash in two different patterns makes our moody hearts swoon. Our favorite blend in this department is our signature Onyx blend. Comprised of 366 Satin Black and 613 Black, this blend takes on a life of its own with its gorgeous dynamic depth of two different glaze finishes.
Want to learn more ways to make unique patterns with Subway Tile? Read our blog "6 Creative Patterns for Classic Subway Tile"
2. Black Herringbone Floor Tile
If you're on the market for black herringbone floor tile, you've come to the right place! But instead of an all black herringbone floor, we want to help you think outside the box. We love this floor tile idea that incorporates a gorgeous ombré pattern and multiple glaze finishes. Plus, the herringbone tile pointing towards the back of the room from the door makes this bathroom feel large and luxurious.
For more dark and moody tile ideas, visit our blog "Tile Trend Alert: Dark and Mood Interiors"
3. Emerald Herringbone Tile Kitchen Backsplash
We are loving this dark and moody approach to the tried and true glossy emerald herringbone kitchen backsplash. This kitchen by Flatirons_Construction Company shows off the versatility of this glaze color. We love how the dark brown cabinetry pairs with the green emerald herringbone tile. It exudes a gorgeous bold moodiness that's perfect for this style of kitchen.
For more herringbone ideas, visit our blog “6 Herringbone Tile Projects to Inspire”
4. Gold and Black Herringbone Bar Backsplash
Situated in the Brooklyn Navy Yard at Dock 72, this moody herringbone bar backsplash fits right in. This building is 675,000 square feet of total design inspiration with its state-of-the-art modern office infrastructure. We love that they opted for a subtle dark blue and green ombre instead of an all black herringbone bar backsplash. We would love to sip on a cocktail here after a day in the office.
For more tile bar backsplash ideas, visit our blog "8 Bar Design Tile Backsplash Ideas"
5. Moody Herringbone Tile Home Bar Backsplash
This Construction2Style basement bar herringbone tile backsplash checks all the right boxes when it comes to a dark and moody interior style: a bold mosaic masterpiece, eye-catching herringbone tile and of course, dramatic colors. One thing we love about this example of a moody tiled space is the use color. Just shy of 10 glazes, this palette mixes a plethora of colorful hues that adds to the sophistication of the space. Our takeaway? Moody interiors can show off a variety colors and still get the same dramatic effect.
For more on this custom backsplash, visit Construction2Style's blog "Our Lower Level Custom Tile Design"
2”x6” Herringbone - 1036W Bluegrass, 61 Navy, 958 Rainforest, 155 Steel, 1013 Denim, 22E Blue Opal, 77E Grey, 130 White, 11 Deco White.
Interior Design - Construction 2 Style
Photography - K Solberg Photography
6. Moody Steel Herringbone Tile Kitchen Backsplash
This jaw-dropping herringbone backsplash is making quite the dark and moody statement in this Redstone Interiors kitchen. We love the versatility of this interior style. From black herringbone floor tile to moody herringbone bar backsplashes, this style has something for everyone to enjoy.
For more luxe style projects, visit our blog "Handmade Tile Trend: Luxe Style"
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