With today’s endless tile offerings, one of the best techniques to make a space stand out is to install a tile pattern that expresses personal style and ultimately, design a truly unique room. A floor, wall, or accent tile pattern not only alters a room’s appearance, but it changes the scale of the room.
One-of-a-kind tile patterns are more popular than ever in residential spaces – creating homes to remember. The residential spaces below feature six unique tile patterns that each fill the space with a story of their own.
Our Metro series installed in columns of chevron patterns provides a nice break between subway wall tiles.
A herringbone pattern can provide randomized visual intrigue, as seen in our Silver Tumbled Travertine.
Mosaics that introduce a range of color and scale can provide a striking visual, such as our Vista Splash series seen here. Design and installation by Robert Griffin of Premier Kitchen in Houston, Texas.
Use contrasting colors in multiple tile selections to create an overarching pattern. The large-scale diamond installation seen here was created with our Park Avenue and Times Square series. Design and Installation by Avalon and Ray’s Flooring in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Play with various angles to create visual groups of spaces. The Alpine series seen here is installed on a slight angle and framed with an ashlar installation of the same tile, creating the feel of an area rug. Installation by The Hills Group in Granite Bay, California.
Offset tile seams for a shifting visual movement, as seen here in with our Metro series. Installation by Richmond American Homes.
Explore the dozens of tile pattern layout suggestions here, including the Versailles pattern that has stood the test of time, as well as modern patterns (i.e. trapezoidal, plank, various sizes). We hope they will act as inspiration to create your own unique pattern in your home.