Name of Tile Pattern
Even though we can still class it in the "easy" tile patterns, herringbone may be one of the more challenging patterns to install.
The "V"-shaped repetition seems like a piece of cake at first--until you start to find yourself getting lost in the tile pattern's overall complexity.
Still, herringbone tile patterns are a solid tile design technique that you may want to consider. It works well in smaller rooms.
Advantages/Disadvantages of Tile Pattern
- Attractive tile pattern on small scale.
- Structural stability.
- Can be challenging to keep your tile pattern straight as you go along.
- May be complicated for large rooms.
1-, 2-, 3-, or Multiple-Tile Pattern Design*
One tile pattern.
Suggested Tile Size (Inches)
6 x 12
Number of Tiles Needed (Per 100 Sq. Ft.) Based on Above Size
Difficulty of Installation (1-5**)
* = Refers to the number of differently sized tiles required for the pattern.
** = 1 is easiest, 5 is hardest.