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4 Tile Patterns to Dress up your Floor

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Once you have selected new tile for your home remodeling project, the next task is figuring out how you want the tile laid out. Just to get you started, here are four ideas featured on Houzz.com.

1. Checkerboard. Whether you prefer the classic black and white or two other colors that go with your interiors, you can have them set straight or on the diagonal.

 

2. Running bond. You may have heard this pattern called brick or offset pattern. The tiles are offset by half the width of the tile.

 

3. Basketweave. The woven effect on this floor is created with squares and rectangles.

 

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4.Pinwheel. Also called Hopscotch, this pattern is made by a small square tile that is surrounded by four larger ones.

Need help choosing the right floor pattern for your floor? The sales staff at Ambassador Floor Company can recommend sizes and configurations to suit your space. Just come by and see us at 17770 Chesterfield Airport Road in Chesterfield, MO.

Update your Home with Herringbone Tile Floors

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Updating your home does not always call for an expensive whole house remodel. Sometimes you just need to change your flooring. If your floor is looking old and worn from years of constant use, then that will make a huge effect on the visual appearance of your rooms as a whole. If you are looking for a flooring design that is traditional, yet unique, consider herringbone tile floors.

The herringbone pattern creates a sophisticated look that not only instantly updates the aesthetic of your home, it is also appropriate for any room in the house.

Bathroom

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Dining Room

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Hallway

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Kitchen

 Are you interested in having herringbone floors in your St. Louis area home? Ambassador Floor Company is here to help! Just give us a call at 636-728-1600.