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LAYING PATTERNS

Here you'll find some of our laying pattern ideas for your tiling project. We'd recommend checking with your local store before tiling to make sure your tiles and the content of your packs are suitable for your chosen pattern.

Herringbone

If the tiles are being laid in a herringbone pattern, there will be more cutting involved and you will need to allow 20% extra for cuts and breakages.

Diamond

If the tiles are being laid in a diamond pattern, there will be more cutting involved and you will need to allow 20% extra for cuts and breakages. Please note this pattern is for illustrative purposes only. When tiling in a diamond pattern, all cuts around the outside edges of the surface should be uniform.

Small Format Brick Bond

Suitable for tiles under 30x60cm. When tiling in a brick bond pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Linear

When tiling in a linear pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Basket Weave

When tiling in a basket weave pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Block Herringbone

When tiling in a block herringbone pattern, we commend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Mixed Linear

When tiling in a mixed linear pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

3/4 Brick Bond

When tiling in a ¾ brick bond pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Modular Flooring Pattern

When tiling in a modular flooring pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Modular Flooring Pattern

When tiling in a modular flooring pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Arabesque

When tiling in an arabesque pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.

Hexagon

When tiling in a hexagon pattern, we recommend allowing 10% extra for cuts and breakages.