Herringbone is a popular pattern and feature at the moment. It popped up last year on TV3’s the Block NZ, and again this year with Jamie and Hayden. So we have gathered a range of inspiration on our Pinterest boards with different ways with Herringbone – maybe something to try over the Christmas break we are gearing up for?
None of these images are our own, and we all found on Pinterest, and our board here.
White herringbone tiles on a bathroom wall – classic and beautiful
Herringbone with a twist – or a curve! A softer look for the structured Herringbone, this gives it a unique and feminine touch
Love the contrast of concrete with wood. Wouldn’t this just look beautiful in a living room that opens out onto the deck and outdoor living spaces?
Not just for flooring and tiles, why not create a herringbone effect on your painted walls? Easy to do with some masking tape.
Stunning blonded wood contrasting with black. Fabulous! What a statement
Add a pop of pattern in an unexpected place! And its unlikely to date, bringing a quirky feature for years to come.
Classic use of dark tiles with the Herringbone pattern. Herringbone is classic but also modern – timeless. Looks very much at home with these vintage pieces of furniture as it does in a contemporary setting.
Green Herringbone! How stunning! Let the floors sing with this classic pattern with a colourful twist.
Coloured Herringbone! Fading into neutral pinks. This is a very stunning use of the pattern with tiles, would look fantastic merging one area into another.
From the Block 2014 – this is a stunning piece of wooden Herringbone artwork. A beautiful touch