Herringbone Tile is a stunning and unique twist to the classic subway tile trend. When it comes to handmade subway tile, there are several options when choosing color, size and orientation. We’re sharing some of our favorite ways to create a herringbone pattern to show you exactly why people are falling in love with herringbone Tile!
Herringbone: Subway Tile with a Twist
Herringbone tile is beautifully versatile and classic, all at the same time. Love the timeless look of Subway Tile but craving something unique? To get started, here are two ways to position this pattern using 2″x6″ Herringbone Pattern Subway Tile.
Classic and Bold
If classic is what you adore, then herringbone pattern with a white subway tile is for you! We offer a variety of shades of white. If you like stark white, try our 11 Deco White. Or if you prefer white that boasts character through its color variation, try our 130 White like shown in this stunning stove splash below!
We love how these clients created a similar look using three different types of white herringbone tile. The warmth of the 301 Marshmallow and 900 Low Stone mixed with 11 Deco White creates beautiful dimension in this dazzling backsplash!
Green with Envy
If there's one thing that we can't get enough of, it's this deep green herringbone tile featured in this beautiful kitchen designed by Bari J. Bari is the queen of green. An avid collector of Tamegroute Pottery, she was on the hunt for the perfect green tile for a long time. She wanted it to have a hint of blue, but read green. Not pine. Not sage. That perfect green… which, lucky for us, was 1036E Bluegrass.
Use various colors to create a sensational herringbone pattern. Alternate your choice of colors to make a stunning statement! Check out this custom floor we created with a beautiful and unique color palette. Achieving your dream tile is easier than ever! After working with you to create a look you love, we layout your project and adhere the tile to mesh backing. We then cut it down into interlocking sheets for easy installation.
One look that has been trending over the last year and increasing in popularity is white Herringbone tile paired with a dark grout. Whether it’s light grey, charcoal or a jet black, using a dark grout color instantly makes your tile pop and accentuates the unique lines created with the herringbone tile pattern.
If you are a little less modern and a little more traditional, then you’ll love our 123R Patina subway tiles in a herringbone pattern. Because of the high variation, this tile color is absolutely perfect for a pattern of so much movement.
We love to hear what inspires you! Contact us today and tell all about your dream project. Get your free quote to get started!
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