6,999 herringbone Home Design Photos

Stacey Brandford Photography
Sarah Richardson Design
elizabethparr, those tiles look like 2x4 white tiles that were laid in a herringbone pattern but you might also like these tiles chevron and herribbone tiles
White herringbone with grey grout, hood, grey countertops
Backsplash - herringbone pattern and grout
White Subway Tile Herringbone pattern behind
HerringboneA pattern often confused with chevron, herringbone is created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as shown here. It is commonly
commonly found in tilework and parquet floors. In textiles herringbone most often appears in tweed.
“herringbone pattern” — naomimoore
robert kelly
12 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
Can you tell me what tile you used to make the herringbone pattern? Brand & size? Thanks!
The herringbone tile, what brand is this tile?
jzkenek1 it may just be that the herringbone pattern is situated differently. the v is going up at an angle on yours, but with the white tile the v-pattern
Is this the same Herringbone Pattern or something different...just doesn't quite look the same. I was hoping for this
“Backsplash” — Michele Guitar-Blair
Mahogany Builders
2 Reviews
Traditional Kitchen + Bath
could u please tell me brand of herringbone 2x8s? no luck searching
HerringboneA herringbone pattern is achieved by laying tiles at right angles into zigzag
HERRINGBONEA herringbone pattern is achieved by laying tiles at right angles into zigzag formations
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“Styling and colours” — andyb1983
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Avante Interiors
Park oak
Too far a shot to tell anything except for being laid out in a herringbone pattern. Very pretty tiles though.
countertop. =) The herringbone tile floor goes great with the clean lines and freestanding tub.
big print herringbone tile...Herringbone tile...Herringbone floor tile...Herringbone pattern...Bathroom. Herringbone...Question on the herringbone floor...like sink and herringbone...herringbone floor throughout...White herringbone pattern for Main...Wonderful herringbone pattern.
“Tile” — aleishajhamilton
Becki Wiechman, ASID, LEED AP
Renaissance Homes Street of Dreams
Large tile done in herringbone pattern
12x24 installed herringbone...herringbone large tile floor...Like the larger herringbone pattern...Big herringbone floor...herringbone pattern...large tiles in herringbone...HERRINGBONE FLOOR...bigger herringbone pattern...12x24 herringbone tile...Herringbone floor tile...12 x 24 in herringbone
“Love the layout of the tile” — joannegarcia
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Warren Estate
I really like the herringbone pattern
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“Z” — gestonemiller
Hensley Custom Building Group
Contemporary Design
mfg. of the fireplace insert? I love the whole look with the diagonal/herringbone lay of the tiles. Would you mind also sharing the name and color of the
what about ideal of floor to ceiling herringbone tile?
Fireplace surrounded by herringbone tile
wall herringbone...Herringbone fireplace...Herringbone pattern wall...Herringbone pattern...herringbone! wood or tile?...interesting herringbone tile fireplace
“Wall around fire” — bennary
Dyer Grimes Architecture
5 Reviews
Emperors Gate, South Kensington, London
but a little overwhelming if used on too large a surface.Where to use a herringbone layout: In a traditional or transitional kitchen (especially in classic
but a little overwhelming if used on too large a surface.Where to use a herringbone layout: In a traditional kitchen (especially in classic white on white)
“Tile” — Chantelle Fritz
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