Traditional and Nontraditional Patterns

Straight Set

Straight Set

The simplest of tile patterns, the straight set pattern offers a more contemporary, linear look. Installed vertically or horizontally, the tile lines make your space feel taller or wider.

Crosshatch

Crosshatch

The crosshatch pattern is a nod to a basket-weave tile pattern, with pairs installed vertically next to pairs installed horizontally. When viewed from afar, the sections resemble a tic-tac-toe board.

Herringbone

Herringbone

A pattern that creates waves of visual movement, the herringbone pattern is made from a 2:1 tile ratio. Turn the design shown 45-degrees and it becomes a chevron pattern.

Offset

Offset

The most popular subway pattern -- the offset joint layout -- offers a timeless look for almost any style. With each joint centered over the tile below, this pattern resembles classic brickwork. Vary the look by installing the tiles vertically.

Diagonal Herringbone

Diagonal Herringbone

Herringbone

Herringbone

Offset Diamond

Offset Diamond

Vertical Dashes

Vertical Dashes

Right Angles

Right Angles

Diamond

Diamond

Diagonal Dashes

Diagonal Dashes