"Paving the Way to a Beautiful Home"
Some popular pattern ideas for you to use for when planning your stone flooring

Floor Patterns

Floor tile patterns:

Before installation of your tiles, ensure the floor or wall is level and secure;
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.

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Lacework

600 x 300 mm 70%
300 x 300 mm 30%
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Circular Rectangular

600 x 300mm 100%
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Divisible

600 x 600 mm 34%
600 x 300 mm 33%
300 x 300 mm 33%
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Steppingstone

600 x 600 mm 39%
300 x 300 mm 61%
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Herringbone

600 x 300 mm 100%
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Brickwork Square

400 x 400 mm 100%
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Hopscotch

600 x 600 mm 81%
300 x 300 mm 19%
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Dido

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

600 x 300 mm 89%
300 x 300 mm 11%
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Basketweave Vertical

400 x 200 mm 100%
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Trellis

600 x 600 mm 46%
600 x 300 mm 44%
300 x 300 mm 10%
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Diamond

400 x 400 mm 100%
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Opus

600 x 900 mm 37.5%
600 x 600 mm 37.5%
600 x 300 mm 12.5%
300 x 300 mm 12.5%
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Corridor Modular

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

600 x 600 mm 34%
600 x 300 mm 32%
300 x 300 mm 34%
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Brickwork Vertical Narrow

400 x 200 mm 100%
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Corridor Stacked

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

600 x 300 mm 50%
300 x 300 mm 50%
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Herringbone Inserted

600 x 300 mm 56%
300 x 300 mm 44%
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Cobblestone

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