Herringbone is popular these days. From outdoor patios and walkways, to hardwood floors to tiles in a bathroom or kitchen. It’s everywhere and it’s gorgeous!
Herringbone is a classic way to add visual interest through pattern. It’s creates a sense of movement for the eye.
This patio seems bigger than it really is with a herringbone pattern.
Check out these gorgeous herringbone hardwood floors. They create a linear quality that really moves the eye through the room.
Tile in bathrooms or kitchens are just asking for a herringbone pattern. Be it for the floor, backsplash or shower area it just adds that extra wow element.
Here is, Style at Home’s Erin McLaughlin’s kitchen backsplash.
A Tommy Smythe designed kitchen featured in House & Home.
A herringbone pattern can take a simple tile and a monochromatic colour scheme and add that extra little bit of Zip.
And, finally, since it is moving into patio season … this just teases me and makes me want to run outside!
Do you like Herringbone patterns?