A Roman pattern is made up of 4 tile sizes. We offer 3 different versions of the Roman pattern – small, large and grand. Total pattern coverage may vary slightly as suppliers can use both metric and imperial measurements.
Small A – 600 x 400, 400 x 400, 400 x 200, 200 x 200 (1 pattern = 1.44m2)
Small B – 610 x 406, 406 x 406, 406 x 203, 203 x 203 (1 pattern = 1.48m2)
Large – 750 x 500, 500 x 500, 500 x 250, 250 x 250 (1 pattern = 2.25m2)
Grand A – 900 x 600, 600 x 600, 600 x 300, 300 x 300 (1 pattern = 3.24m2)
Grand B – 915 x 610, 610 x 610, 610 x 305, 305 x 305 (1 pattern = 3.35m2)
Free length tiles (often referred to as flagstones) represent a diverse tile format looking fantastic in a large open plan areas right down to small, cosy cottages. Free lengths have a fixed width and varying lengths ranging anywhere from 600mm up to a maximum of 1000m. These can be laid as a random brick bond, creating a great look.
Laying the tiles in a square format gives a lovely sleek look. Clean lines and square finishes look best in a straight cut stone in a honed, polished or brushed finish.
Metro tiles are a classic and timeless choice, laid as a two part brick bond these leave your grout joints matching every other tile. A tile layout used for centuries, this pattern works for both contemporary and rustic looks.
Herringbone is the tile pattern of the moment. It is made up of an arrangement of rectangular strips laid in alternating rows. Whether its our porcelain wood plank flooring, a kitchen splashback or bathroom tiles – herringbone tiles give a stunning and luxury look to any room.