Herringbone: Turning the Tiles

What’s not to love about herringbone? This pattern is classic in every sense of the word and supplies an engaging visual interest with just a simple turn of pattern.

Herringbone was given its name because of the resemblance it has to the bones of a fish, such as a herring. It has always been a popular arrangement for parquet flooring, but people have gotten creative with it over the years. You can now find it often used as the pattern for kitchen backsplashes, fireplaces and even wallpaper.

One of the wonderful things about this pattern is how versatile it is. Though it does require a little more effort to lay tile or other materials in this pattern, the result is an accent that catches your eye and adds character. Enjoy these 10 spaces that used herringbone to great success.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comHerringbone stuns in this gray and white bathroom, wrapping along the wall and across the floor.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comAlternating blue and white tiles really show off the herringbone pattern in this elegant bathroom.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comThe look of marble and herringbone come together to create an eye-catching backsplash.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comA nice neutral wallpaper with a herringbone pattern gives this gallery wall some warmth and texture.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comGive some chic personality to your fireplace by changing up the regular brick formation into herringbone.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comEven wood can be transformed with the herringbone pattern, as seen on this fabulous rustic island.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comThe pattern creates a movement in these floors that adds an interesting touch of charm.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comEven the patio can benefit from this upscale pattern, seen here in the pavers and brickwork in the fireplace.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comTo change up the marble in the shower, the tiles are laid in a herringbone formation.

Herringbone: Turning the Tile | HomeandEventStyling.comClassic parquet or wood herringbone floors are timelessly stylish.

Herringbone adds a bit of character and luxury wherever it is used. If you’re looking to switch things up, consider turning the tiles

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Images { 1 – Atlanta Homes Magazine / 2 – Benjamin Cruz Designs via Decor Pad / 3 – Style At Home / 4 – Belle Maison / 5 – Decor Pad / 6 – HGTV / 7 – House Beautiful / 8 – Atlanta Homes Magazine / 9 – House Beautiful / 10 – My Domaine }

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