Traditional Kitchen + Bath

Adam Jablonski

—  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
This photo has 19 questions

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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

HerringboneA herringbone pattern is achieved by laying tiles at right angles into zigzag formations or by a preformed mosaic. Either way, the look is sophisticated and has high-end appeal, even with a simple material. However, this pattern will inevitably require additional cutting of tiles at the borders, so it can create some extra material waste.Find out which tiles are perfect for your kitchen and bathroom

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ruth_martin50
Ruth Martin added this to Caroline Renovation/Remodel3 days ago

I like the herringbone pattern on the back splash

Kitchens with Similar Colours
Reba
Saunders Village 1.0R
NY Loft
Bell Kitchen and Bath Studios
Transitional Interiors Greenwich, CT
Custom Home | Observatory Park | Denver
Open Concept Kitchen with Large Island for Entertaining
Vanillawood