When designing a room, it’s easy to get lost when it comes to choosing a style you love. Whether it's country or ultra-modern, we have a tile style to suit your space.
The chevron tile pattern is made up of rows of interlocking parallelograms, joined end to end to create a zigzag pattern.
The modular tile pattern is determined by the tile pack chosen. They are a great alternative to a simple linear style pattern and can become a feature of a room. They can be tricky to lay so consulting a TG expert is advised.
The basket weave tile pattern was popular in the early 1900s but has been revived for modern-day tiling. We advise laying two or more tiles together to create a square shape, alternating the angle each time you lay a new set of two or three tiles to create the weave effect.
Brick bond is the most traditional tiling method. It’s a simple pattern style that uses rectangle-shaped tiles in a horizontal repeated sequence.
The vertical brick bond is an alternative for the traditional brick bond pattern, simply placed on a vertical angle rather than horizontal.
The checkerboard tiling pattern is the practice of using alternating colour tiles to recreate the image of a checkerboard. Traditionally thought of as black and white, try using unique colour combinations to make an impact.
The diamond tiling pattern must be carefully planned out. We advise tiling a diagonal row at a time to help determine where the rest of the tiles will be placed. Precision is key!
Herringbone is one of the most popular tiling patterns right now and can be created with a variety of tiles. Try to lay the tiles using a ‘V’ shape to run across the wall or floor until you reach your desired effect.
Hexagon tile patterns are a playful addition to create a geometric aesthetic. They can be used to enhance space with depth and visual interest. You can easily achieve this pattern using our mosaic tile sheets, as well as laying individual tiles.
The linear style of tiling requires precision but can create maximum impact in your space. Try using contrasting grout to bring your tiles to life.
Stacking tiles vertically can accentuate the extent of a room by giving the illusion of height. Using a slimmer version of a classic metro tile can make this tiling pattern really pop.
The staggered tiling pattern consists of staggering tiles in a repeated pattern across a surface. This can be achieved by using both square and rectangle tiles in combination.