Whether you are looking to honor a classic tradition or tap into your creative side, natural stone tile lends itself to countless design options. To make it easier for his clients to determine their tile style, interior designer Mark Hermogeno
narrows down the most popular tile patterns into five main categories.
1. Geometric: This includes the simple yet every-popular square grid pattern that never goes out of style. A more modern take on this pattern is the use of rectangular stone tiles on walls and floors. A combination of colors can employed to a grid pattern to achieve an intriguing palette or to add accents.
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2. Subway style: Inspired by train stations, this style consists of offset rectangular tiles and has evolved into a variety of sub-styles like the modern vertical subway style with thin rectangular tiles in various colors.
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3. Classic French: This elegant pattern is achieved with large limestone tiles and black marble cabochons or small diamond cut tiles; it's a true timeless, classic.
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4. Diagonal: Adding dimension and interest, this pattern is simply a grid pattern that is rotated 45 degrees to visually expand walls and floors.
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5. Custom mosaic: Totally unique and made just for you, a custom mosaic pattern can be anything from a particular mixture of different colored natural stone tiles to an intricate mural.
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