Herringbone

Her·ring·bone

/ˈheriNGˌbōn/

Herringbone:  a distinctive V-shaped weaving pattern usually found in twill fabric.  The pattern is called herringbone because it resembles the skeleton of a herring fish.

Herringbone- you may have heard of it or possibly even seen it and mistaken it for chevron in the past.  Well, chevron it is not my friends.  And no longer is it limited to just fall and winter fabric patterns either.  When the herringbone pattern is used in tiling, flooring and backsplash options, it can make the most ordinary material stand out.  And by stand out, I mean look really, really good.  Bricks, marble, wood, etc. can be laid in this pattern to achieve a look of sophistication for all seasons.  Scroll down and you shall see... 

 

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