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So there you have it – a list of our favorite tile-laying designs. Now all that remains is to choose a favorite. When you meet your tiler on-site, you must convey your desired tiling pattern and the direction in which you want the tiles to be put in order to get the desired effect. Never assume your tiler is aware of the style you want to accomplish!

5. Herringbone Arrangement

This version of the herringbone pattern has a more modern feel, since the tiles are put at a 90-degree angle rather than 45 degrees, providing a sharper edge. The herringbone pattern is employed by interior designers to make a tiny space seem larger, but placing tiles in this manner also provides aesthetic impact, even if just used for a small backsplash.

Small square tiles are positioned at each of the four corners of a bigger square tile to create the appearance of a pinwheel spinning in the wind. Even while it is not extremely hard, it still requires careful planning, therefore you will need tile-laying abilities to complete it successfully. Almost typically, the pinwheel is used on the floor. Because it is an uncommon tile floor design that is also aesthetically beautiful, it is a decision that is certain to get many praises.

It also helps them determine whether they will need partially cut tiles for the borders and allows them to build a perfectly straight pattern. There is no secret to this method of tile installation. Each rectangular tile is put next to other rectangular tiles such that its length is parallel to the length of the adjacent tile and its width is parallel to the width of the adjacent tile. This sort of layout design is often employed when there are several attractions in a space and you do not want the tile pattern to overpower or detract from what you want people to see.

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