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Our curated collection of herringbone tiles, perfect to add a decorative touch for kitchen and bathroom tiles. Herringbone floor and wall tiles from glossy metro tiles to wood effect herringbone flooring offer a classic laying pattern working in both modern and traditional homes. Made from porcelain, the range of herringbone pattern tiles offer a hardwearing floor and wall covering that are up to the task of herringbone kitchen tiles, as well as hallway and bathroom.
A herringbone tile floor that will add warmth and charm is the Eaton Oak herringbone floor tiles. For a pale grey herringbone floor, the Eaton Birch is a lovely choice. Those looking for a herringbone tile bathroom will love the Hockley metro tile range for its glossy antiqued finish. Matt herringbone wall tile ranges such as the Kiln or Orkney collection offers a more subtle, neutral appearance, perfect as a herringbone tile kitchen splashback. Shop the herringbone tiles kitchen and herringbone tiles bathroom collection below.
Our curated collection of herringbone tiles, perfect to add a decorative touch for kitchen and bathroom tiles. Herringbone floor and wall tiles from glossy metro tiles to wood effect herringbone flooring offer a classic laying pattern working in both modern and traditional homes. Made from porcelain
The herringbone tile collection consists of different tile sizes such as skinny brick tiles, subway tiles and wood planks. With a selection of wood effect herringbone tiles, colourful glossy metros and soft matt wall tiles, there is a tile for every project, whether a herringbone kitchen floor or herringbone tiled bathroom. A porcelain tile is a man-made product that combines kaolin clay, finely ground sand and feldspar. The clay mixture is fired to an extremely high temperature, resulting in a very dense tile that benefits from a low water absorption rate.
Is herringbone tiling difficult?
The herringbone tile pattern is simple to lay following the correct steps as noted above. The main thing to note is that it can be a little more time consuming than a standard staggered or stacked brick bond. However, the end result is worth the extra effort as the herringbone pattern is a wonderful way to elevate and enhance any tile. We recommend employing the work of a professional tiler to achieve a sleek herringbone pattern.
What is a herringbone tile?
A herringbone tile is simply a thin rectangular tile that is laid at an angle to create the classic zig zag pattern. Most commonly, metro tiles and smaller wood planks look best when laid as herringbone flooring or wall tiles.
What do I need to know on how to lay herringbone flooring?
When laying herringbone flooring, it is important to note the first tile installed is at a 45° angle, the pattern can then be followed from there. Using tile spacers are essential to achieve consistent grout joints and clean straight edges. Read more on our general installation advice.
Do herringbone tiles make a room look bigger?
Yes, definitely! The beauty of herringbone tiling is that it can make any sized room look bigger. Particularly working in narrower areas such as hallways or galley kitchens to give the illusion of movement and a larger space. This laying pattern also works in large open plan kitchens and ground floors and helps to create a spacious, inviting feeling.
Why choose herringbone flooring kitchen tiles?
A herringbone floor may be trending right now, but it is a pattern that has been used for hundreds of years – think grand estates with herringbone parquet flooring. With this in mind, we think it is a trend that is also classic and timeless and won’t date - which ticks the boxes for us when choosing flooring for kitchen tiles. Wood effect herringbone flooring is also much more hardwearing and durable than traditional wood floors, meaning it is easier to maintain and look after and will last for years to come.
Are herringbone tiles expensive?
Our range of herringbone tiles are competitively priced and sourced from first-class Italian and Spanish manufacturers. You can expect to typically pay between £44m2 upwards of £65m2 for a good quality herringbone tile. Our collection is priced fairly and offers an inexpensive but highly effective herringbone floor look.