Also referred to as stack bond, an arrangement with all vertical and horizontal points continouosly aligned.
Also referred to as running bond, this layout is offset by half the width of the plank or tile.
An arrangement of tiles or planks on alternating sides of a centerlife. Ideal for 2 or 3 color variations
An offet pattern set on a 45 degree angle
A pattern resembling fish scales adds a level of sophistication. Not to be confused with chevron.
Aweave pattern (also referred to as basketweave) offers several woven-effect variations creating movement within a space
A version of a grid pattern offset by intervening rows.
A vertical grid or stack using planks or rectangular tiles. Alternate tile direction to create variation.
This arrangement starts with one tile placed in any direction, and each following tile is quarter-turned and laid next to it at 90 degrees
ideal for one or two-color variations, this pattern is comprised of alternating rectangle and square tiles.
An arrangement of planks in no particular order for an aimless design.
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