There’s something so timeless about herringbone tiles. Balancing elements of classical and contemporary design styles, herringbone tiles are extremely versatile. Whether you choose them as a kitchen backsplash, a bathroom vanity backsplash, or a shower wall, these tiles add a stunning design element that works cohesively in spaces. If you’re considering the pros and cons of herringbone vs chevron, then read on for some design inspiration.
Herringbone tiles come in a range of different materials and design styles. We love the look of marble herringbone tile due to its elegant look. For something more homely, consider going for a ceramic herringbone tile or porcelain herringbone tile. Ultimately, you can’t go wrong.
Read on to discover the best herringbone tile design ideas for kitchens, bathrooms, and more.
There’s something so luxurious about the look of this gray marble herringbone tile. With its polished finish and variations in shades of gray, it offers a striking bathroom herringbone design look. Paired with shipboard paneling, it offers a Victorian feel with a contemporary upgrade.
This pure white herringbone backsplash is the perfect blank slate on which to design your kitchen, bathroom, or whatever space you’re renovating. The small tile format adds delicate detailing that does not overwhelm the space.
If you’re seeking a neutral herringbone tile that will offer a soothing atmosphere to your bathroom or kitchen, then this beige herringbone tile works wonders. It looks great with both natural and industrial interior design elements. Extremely versatile, this option is also suitable as a herringbone floor tile.
For a bold herringbone tile option, consider this stunning calcatta viola herringbone tile. The rich violet hues of this natural marble look incredible in a herringbone pattern, which alternates between violet and white.
This gray herringbone tile has a polished finish, making it a perfect option for herringbone flooring. Easier to clean than matte flooring, polished tile floors are a great option for bathroom flooring installations since they’re moisture-resistant.
This honed black herringbone tile is a sophisticated choice for most interiors with its depth. Install this as a herringbone floor or use it as an accent wall for kitchen backsplashes or showers. The natural variation in the marble creates a more organic, harmonious look than a classic black tile.
The subtle warmth of this off-white herringbone tile is simply stunning. A great way to add a welcoming yet elegant element to homes, this herringbone tile can be installed as a herringbone tile backsplash like the one shown above or for bathroom and shower installations.
This bright white herringbone tile has a large format that opens up spaces. We recommend this tile for a herringbone subway backsplash idea or a bathroom herringbone floor design. The clean, stark lines of the tile are a match made in heaven for minimalist bathrooms or kitchens.
9. Delicate Beige Herringbone Tile
This delicate beige herringbone tile has exquisite detailing that looks beautiful in mid-century spaces or vintage elements. Its gentle tone has a slightly beige hue that looks incredible when paired with marble or limestone countertops.
For a slightly more subtle option, consider this light gray herringbone tile. Its gentle hue pairs well with a variety of interiors and color schemes. We love the look of this tile as a herringbone tile floor in bathrooms and showers. Its honed finish offers a non-slip surface to walk more easily across when wet. For a harmonious look, we recommend installing this tile on both floors and walls.
The gorgeous variation in the silver herringbone tile is a unique spin on classic herringbone tile patterns. Ranging from icy white to stormy gray, it has an amazing variation in shades and tones. This tile is a great choice for bathroom installations due to its clean, bright look. Install as a herringbone shower tile or herringbone bathroom floor.
The sleek look of this black herringbone tile is perfect for upgrading the look of your interior. It offers a bold contrast to the bright white cabinets and brass fixtures shown above. Or, for a more cohesive look, pair it with industrial metal accents.
12. Blue Herringbone Tile
For a more vibrant herringbone tile pattern than neutral marble options, this bold blue herringbone tile is a standout. Note how the herringbone pattern tile floor transitions from the bathroom to the shower wall, extending the space of the bathroom and making it feel more cohesive. It looks amazing when paired with the bright white bathroom vanity countertop and wood accents.
13. White Marble Herringbone Tile
Mother Of Pearl Polished 5/8x1 1/4 Herringbone Iridescent Shell Mosaic
The photo above illustrates how herringbone tile can subtly transform a space and add a unique element as a floor tile option. We love the look of this stunning white herringbone tile floor paired with a white hexagon tile. Note how the natural luminescence of the white marble creates a sense of airiness in the bathroom. Or consider, this stunning Mother of Pearl herringbone tile option.
14. Brown Herringbone Tile
Last but not least is this distinct brown herringbone tile. Its rich earthy tone looks incredible when paired with wooden cabinets and other organic modern interior design elements.
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