FLOOR PATTERNS

SOME POPULAR PATTERN IDEAS FOR YOU TO USE FOR WHEN PLANNING YOUR STONE FLOORING
Floor tile patterns

Before installation of

your tiles, ensure the floor or wall is level and secure;

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Do not assume a room is perfectly square; always begin by squaring off center at the center of the room and starting the pattern along one edge;

When calculating the quantity of tile needed, always add 10% to 15% to your calculated area to account for cutting and losses, although the general rule of thumb is that providing the room is not oddly shaped, 10% will be ample.

A dark area on the patterns below indicates where tiles begin to repeat.

Lacework
600 x 300 mm 70%
300 x 300 mm 30%

Circular Rectangular
600 x 300mm 100%

Divisible
600 x 600 mm 34%
600 x 300 mm 33%
300 x 300 mm 33%

Steppingstone
600 x 600 mm 39%
300 x 300 mm 61%

Herringbone
600 x 300 mm 100%

Brickwork Square
400 x 400 mm 100%

Hopscotch
600 x 600 mm 81%
300 x 300 mm 19%

Dido
600 x 600 mm 56%
600 x 300 mm 11%
300 x 300 mm 33%

Windmill
600 x 300 mm 89%
300 x 300 mm 11%

Basketweave Vertical 
400 x 200 mm 100%

Trellis 
600 x 600 mm 50%
600 x 300 mm 37%
300 x 300 mm 13%

Diamond 
400 x 400 mm 100%

Opus 
600 x 900 mm 33.5%
600 x 600 mm 44.5%
600 x 300 mm 11%
300 x 300 mm 11%

Corridor Modular 
600 x 600 mm 34%
600 x 300 mm 16%
300 x 300 mm 50%

Corridor Layered 
600 x 600 mm 34%
600 x 300 mm 32%
300 x 300 mm 34%

Brickwork Vertical Narrow 
400 x 200 mm 100%

Corridor Stacked 
600 x 300 mm 66%
300 x 300 mm 34%

Corridor Vertical 
600 x 300 mm 50%
300 x 300 mm 50%

Herringbone Inserted 
600 x 300 mm 56%
300 x 300 mm 44%

Cobblestone
600 x 300 mm 75%
300 x 300 mm 25%