Do you have a space in your home that needs some color?
Or maybe you’re bored of the same old look in the kitchen? Well, patterned tile might be the answer that you’ve been looking for.
Patterned tile isn’t a new concept. If you travel to Morocco, Portugal, Mexico and other countries, you will see many styles of patterned tile, often hand-made. Tiles are now available in black and white, floral and other motifs that give kitchens, baths and outdoor areas a beautiful and exciting look.
Herringbone Tiles for a More Modern Look
The herringbone tiles, which are very similar to chevron, will give you a look that will never go out of style. The term herringbone actually comes from the bone structure of the herring fish and the pattern dates all the way back to the Roman Empire, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Italy, yet it is still relevant in our lifestyle today. You can also find herringbone patterns in clothing and jewelry because this popular pattern can add spice to anything.
Tile to Complement your Wood
Wood is one of the most common ways to decorate your home in modern day America. Too much wood however, can get boring, and we need a way to spruce up a space without making it overwhelming.
One way to make this happen is by adding some patterned tile. A few of the above pictures capture this idea, but the one below shows it best. The black and white floral tile added detail to the bathroom to make it look comfortable without overstimulating the mind.
Floral Design to Brighten the Room
Tired of looking at a blank wall or a brick fireplace? These floral designed tiles might be perfect to give your house the pop it needs. Dating all the way back to the Ancient Greeks, they used flowers to add decoration to any occasion. Now in this day and age we not only use flowers, but we also use floral designs for a more permanent embellishment to your space.
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