HousePro’s Favorite Tile Designs

Make your home truly unique by selecting custom tile patterns to accent each room! With extensive color and style options available, tile can be both a centerpiece and an appealing backdrop for your bathroom. Patterns add shape and dimension to a space, but with the vast tile options, selecting the perfect tile for you may seem daunting.

Knowing your decorative preferences will help narrow down the range of colors and patterns available to you and knowing what layout best suits your home is key. Check out the HousePro tile design pattern guide below for examples of ways to transform your home:

Straight lay (seen right):

The simplest pattern available, it showcases the beauty of each tile.

Diagonal: Set the tile at a 45-degree angle. This tilt adds more visual interest and makes the room feel expansive.

diamond diagonal tile

Brick: A basic layout in which the tiles are offset by half the width of the next piece.

brick pattern tile

Checkerboard: We alternate two colors of square tiles in an arresting pattern that can be set straight or diagonally.

mosaic tile

Modular: Also called the “Versailles,” this pattern features three or more different-sized tiles.

Modular Tile

Herringbone: If you’re looking for sophisticated visual texture, this pattern may be right for you.

A fresh tile can easily lead to a stylish transformation in any room of your home. Check out our tile design gallery or give us a call at 336-698-9888.

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