Laying the herringbone pattern at a 45-degree angle to the room is a dynamic look that elongates the room and draws your eye toward the back of the space. Floors Patterns, Idea, Tile Patterns, Floors Tile, La Jolla, Tile Floors Design, Traditional Bathroom, Master Bath, Herringbone Floors
4:1, large tile, at 45 degree angle. Nice. Probably 12 X 3. This 4:1 proportion mirrors the 24 X 6 dimension of the Brush Stroke Nickel tile I am considering. Close in color, too. Design by Mason Tile in West VA. (Contacted Mason Tile for source)
Mix in Modern Whitewashed horizontal paneling is the perfect counterpoint to the slate-color tile floor and modern steel-and-stone vanity. Simple outdoor-style lights over the vanity and provide plenty of illumination for grooming.
I have a thing for herringbone....doing one of my sons bathrooms in this pattern but with a border...love how it looks so old fashioned, private home