Emperors Gate, South Kensington, London

Jack Hobhouse Photography

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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to Tile Guide: Where to Use Which Tile Type6 February 2018

The angular nature of this pattern creates a dynamic energy, which can be perfect for accent walls but a little overwhelming if used on too large a surface.Where to use a herringbone layoutIn a traditional or transitional kitchen (especially in classic white on white), or with a long, thin tile to form a powerful accent anywhere.

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Jasleen Chhatwal added this to Final Ideas Morgan6 August 2022

Strip for downstairs shower - pebble?

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Denise Honn added this to Denise's ideas4 August 2022

Love the herringbone pattern and the tile clor

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Enchanted Blue Planet added this to Enchanted's Ideas17 May 2022

The angular nature of this pattern creates a dynamic energy, which can be perfect for accent walls but a little overwhelming if used on too large a surface. Where to use a herringbone layout: In a traditional or transitional kitchen (especially in classic white on white), or with a long, thin tile to form a powerful accent anywhere.

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