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Creating Patterns with Pratt & Larson's Motif Tile
There are tiles that are designed to repeat and create a larger overall pattern. Sometimes this pattern can be hard to see when you are just looking at a single tile. Pratt & Larson's Motif line is a good example. The Motif Line uses elegant raised lines to create recurring shapes, forms, and pattern. Depending on your color choice and placement, patterns can be bold and bright or subtle and muted. Here are some examples
Its hard to visualize what a repeating pattern will look like from this single tile....
Now the shapes and patterns are more obvious with the repeat of the tile.
Repeating pattern of 6x6 Motif G in shower. Custom colorfill using Plum, Olive, and Clay
Beautiful shower install using Pratt and Larson's 6x6 Motif G in a custom colorfill (Plum, Olive, Clay).
Repeating pattern of 6x6 Motif G in a shower install. Custom colorfill using Plum, Olive, and Clay. Large Elongated Ogee in W77 on the floor and plaza ogee trim in W16.
Here is another example of a single Motif tile using bold colors
The repeat of this tile creates a lattice shape with the bold green color.
Here is Motif Pattern F using a softer color palette.
The softer colors create a subtle repeat of cross shapes.
Pratt and Larson's Motif F 6x6 using a custom colorfill (Sprout, lagoon, Lichen)
Here we see another soft color selection
The light background blends well with the subtle grey flower shapes. If a more bold color were chosen then the main focus would change and the background shapes would pop out.
Custom colorfill Motif E 6x6 using Clay, Sage, and Fern
The Sage flowers really pop as the pattern is layed out.
Custom Colorfill using Cloud and Frost on Motif A
Birch and Fern are used on this custom colorfill on Motif C.
This pattern creates a lovely neutral organic flow with just the use of two colors.