100,382 zigzag pattern Home Design Photos

Hart Wright Architects, AIA
3 Reviews
San Francisco Remodel
Ideabooks3,640
Questions8
are laid in a broken zigzag pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the pieces of flooring here do not come to a sharp point.
dark tile floor with pattern =
in this case) is not cut at an angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the pieces of flooring here do not come to a sharp point, as in a chevron pattern.
angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the pieces of flooring here do not come to a sharp point,
For herringbone floors the wood (or tile, as in this case) is not cut at an angle, but in rectangles that are laid in a broken zigzag pattern. If you look closely, you can see that the pieces of flooring here do not come to a sharp point, as in the chevron floor and backsplash seen previously
“Floor” — queenregina123
Grounded
1 Review
Turkey Saddle
Ideabooks2,116
Questions1
there are the zigzag paths. Enter yatsuhashi. “Yatsuhashi” is a Japanese term that literally means “eight bridges.” Originally, eight wooden planks were laid out in a zigzag pattern, without railings and generally over a shallow pond surrounded by irises. Legend has it that this pattern kept evil spirits
wooden planks were laid out in a zigzag pattern, without railings and generally over a shallow pond surrounded by irises. Legend has it that this pattern kept evil spirits away, because the spirits could not make 90-degree turns. This belief led to the construction of zigzag bridges and paths on temple grounds
out in true yatsuhashi fashion, with the lumber in each section leading the visitor forward. This creates an interesting and contemplative pattern. The lumber pattern is repeated on the dwelling, pulling the eye forward as well as upward and creating a homogenous, nurturing vibe.Safety is a concern when
“Great outdoor walk” — jolynleg
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Garden Serenity
Ideabooks7,058
Questions2
placed within the pathway, creating continuity and a peaceful transition. In addition, by laying out the pathway in a yatsuhasi, or Japanese zigzag, pattern, the designer has created a unique and dramatic space.
been placed within the pathway, creating continuity and a peaceful transition. In addition, by laying out the pathway in a yatsuhasi, or Japanese zigzag, pattern, the designer has created a unique and dramatic space.
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11 Reviews
My kitchen
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old vinyl flooring with old-fashioned linoleum tiles. The tiles are Forbo Marmoleum Composition Tiles in Jade (3222) and Barley (707). We love this pattern, which was the result of weeks of design discussions between my husband and me. The colors are great, too! Unfortunately our budget didn't stretch
you like together in a zigzag pattern rather than in straight lines
10. Zigzag linoleum. What a fun way to use plain, supercheap linoleum tiles. Simply apply tiles in two colors you like together in a zigzag pattern rather than in straight
i like the floor much coz if its zigzag patterns
apply tiles in two colors you like together in a zigzag pattern rather than in straight lines.
zigzag linoleum- if you don't have hardwood floors
“Zig zag pattern in Forbo Marmoleum Composition Tiles in Jade (3222) and Barley (707).” — houssaon
Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction
1 Review
stone path
Ideabooks781
Questions0
paths that zigzag or meander are more interesting
Well-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or zigzag patterns, imply movement because
Pathways Well-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or zigzag patterns, imply movement because they entice the eye with a sense of journey in a way that linear paths cannot. Not all of the route is visible at once
Well-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or zigzag patterns, imply movement because they entice the eye with a sense of journey in a way that linear paths cannot. Not all of the route is visible at once
PathwaysWell-designed garden paths, particularly those laid out in serpentine or zigzag patterns, imply movement because they entice the eye with a sense of journey in a way that linear paths cannot. Not all of the route is visible at once, thus creating a feeling of seductive mystery. Where the eye
“Path and rock cover” — wkawi
decordemon
Brian Patrick Flynn
Ideabooks376
Questions1
med, large patterns. One contrasting color. All different directional patterns- vertical, zigzag, horizontal.
layerring patterns-use diff scale and directionality.orange fabric-S & geometric. blue fabric-M & fluid zigzag. leaf fabric-L & horizontal
This mixes well cos of diff scales nd directions. Geometric pattern runs vertically, a zigzag nd a leafy pattern.
in a zigzag like pattern and the leaf fabric runs horizontally.
Three sizes of patterns: small orange, medium blue zig-zag, and the darker blue horizontal. Creates interest--not chaos.
The perfect mix. We've got a small-scale pattern sporting an orange geometric, a medium-scale blue pattern which
runs in a zigzag like pattern and the leaf fabric runs horizontally.
“patterns, colors” — Colby
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Mod - Dallas, TX
Ideabooks5,280
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rug has a cool pattern and colors.
two clean/comfy couches, dynamic patterned rug over wood floors, iconic chair & floor lamps
Missoni rug, and for good reason. Its high quality and kaleidoscope of colors offers a range of direction for the room's palette, and its dark, zigzag pattern hides a multitude of sins (and stains). The rooms furnishings are plush, low-scale and beautiful. The olive Bertoia chair with its deep bucket
The classic modern architecture of this space is punctuated by the colorful zigzag pattern of the rug. Jewel tones are pulled from the rug and repeated in the throw pillows. Although this space doesn't read as quiet, it still feels modern
“Pillow arrangement article” — Cecile Thomson
Stacey Brandford Photography
Sarah Richardson Design
Ideabooks6,910
Questions6
Love the tile pattern. Hate the cook fan.
Hi 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 that already come in sheets
subway tile laid in herringbone pattern
Subway tiles laid in a herringbone pattern
love this pattern for a kitchen wall by the range
Like the herringbone pattern of the subway tiles
angle pattern for subway tile for stove and pot filler backsplash
HerringboneA pattern often confused with chevron, herringbone is created by placing rectangles in a staggered zigzag pattern, as shown here. It is commonly found in tilework and parquet floors. In textiles herringbone most often appears in tweed.
“Herring bone tile” — kschaffer1
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