There are several different indoor floor tile patterns that homeowners can choose. Indoor floor tile patterns can add personality to a room and make your house look more stylish and beautiful. Today, we will give you two examples of tile patterns, and its including herringbone and chessboard tile patterns. To create a herringbone pattern, use rectangular tiles. These tiles can be all the same color or be similar colors with just a bit of variation to accentuate the pattern. Shape the herringbone pattern by snapping your guideline down the long length of the room and aligning the corner of your bricks down that line. The herringbone pattern starts from two bricks, one laid at a 45-degree angle off the central line but with one corner on the line. Orient the second tile 90 degrees from the first and abut the short end up to the long side of the first brick so that the outside edges form a V.
The chessboard tile patterns alternates dark and light color tile every other square both horizontally and vertically. This kind of pattern will make the room look smaller while one continuous color will make the room look larger. Black and white are popular choices for Fifties-style rooms, and red and white tiles match an Italian style kitchen theme. You don’t have to be restricted to red, black and white, though; other color combinations might fit your personal palette better, such as dark blue and mint green.