Herringbone Tile

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Sonia Maier
1 Hanson St. residence, Boston. PEG Properties & Design. EMBARC Architecture + Design Studios. Kennedy Design Build. Benjamin Gebo photo. white bathroom, big window, marble

Georgiana Design

A place to share beautiful images of interior design, residential architecture and occasional other fields. Expect a variety of pictures that please and capture the imagination. ~ ~ ~ ~ GeorgianaAesthetic.tumblr, if you're looking for me. ~ ~ ~ ~ My sincere thanks to the talented design professionals whose work is posted on the blog and to those who have sent very kind notes and positive feedback. On the other hand, if you are a design professional whose work has been shared on the blog and…

I love everything about this bathroom! The black herringbone floor, the white subway tiles with black grout and the frameless shower doors.

A Kurbits Villa Filled With Swedish Folk Art

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Before — Click through to see The Big Reveal!

Before & After: Melissa’s Worth the Wait Bathroom

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A Master Bedroom Turned "Colorful and Eclectic" Living Space — Makeover | Apartment Therapy

A Master Bedroom Turned “Colorful and Eclectic” Living Space

A Master Bedroom Turned "Colorful and Eclectic" Living Space — Makeover | Apartment Therapy

Open shelves and herringbone tile

Before & After: Paige and Todd’s Kitchen Renovation

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6 Ideas For Introducing Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior | A twist on the traditional subway tile arrangement, the herringbone pattern as a wall in a bathroom or a backsplash in a kitchen makes for a more unique element and adds the modern herringbone pattern to your home in a subtle sort of way.

6 Ideas For Introducing Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior

Herringbone is a fun way to bring pattern into your home without being over-powering. Here are 6 ideas to introduce the pattern in your home.

Gray slate herringbone tiles lead to a a gray glass paned front door illuminated by a bronze carriage lantern while framed vintage keys in shadow boxes are mounted the white wall of this stunning gray and white foyer.

Foyer with Gray Slate Herringbone Floor Tiles and Carriage Lantern - Transitional - Entrance/foyer

Gray slate herringbone tiles lead to a a gray glass paned front door illuminated by a bronze carriage lantern while framed vintage keys in shadow boxes are mounted the white wall of this stunning gray and white foyer.

Porcelain Floor Tile - looks like marble, but without the maintenance - via Lucy Williams Interior Design

BEFORE AND AFTER: BALDWIN MASTER BATH

Porcelain Floor Tile - looks like marble, but without the maintenance - via Lucy Williams Interior Design

Genuine Mother of Pearl Oyster Herringbone Shell Mosaic Tile for Kitchen Backsplashes, Bathroom Walls, Spas, Pools

Vogue Tile Genuine Mother of Pearl Oyster Herringbone Shell Mosaic Tile for Kitchen Backsplashes, Bathroom Walls, Spas, Pools (Pack of 5 Sheets)

Genuine Mother of Pearl Oyster Herringbone Shell Mosaic Tile for Kitchen Backsplashes, Bathroom Walls, Spas, Pools

How to lay herringbone tile pattern

How To Lay A Herringbone Tile Pattern

Laying wall tiles in a herringbone pattern isn’t that much harder than other patterns. Learn how to lay a herringbone tile pattern with this guide from Bunnings.