(714) 535-8453

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.


french pattern scabos    One of the most sought after floor layouts in the market today in the Versailles Pattern also know as the French Pattern in Travertine or Marble. The pattern consists of 4 tiles sizes 16x24, 16x16, 8x16 and 8x8. 


      The most common question we encounter when selling the pattern is:  Is there a pattern that I can follow so we use all the shapes evenly? The answer is YES we do have two pattern layouts that will help you or your contractor with installation. 


    The pattern itself is simple and it repeats itself so once one set of 8 square foot is laid it is considerably easy to follow the pattern and continue with the layout. In addition if you choose the authentic versailles pattern finish which is brushed and chiseled the chiseled edges will make the leveling the tiles very forgiving and most often the installation of the versailles pattern in a brushed and chiseled finish runs a little bit faster and sometimes even less expensive than a regular straight edge tile. 


    So our  recommendation is to embrace the different shapes and appreciate the movement that the pattern will give to your floors. Follow the pattern schematics for a even and practical installation and Enjoy this gorgeous European look in your home or commercial space.

1: Traditional Versailles Pattern Schematics 

French Pattern 1.

2. contemporary Versailles Pattern Schematics

French Pattern 2

To check out our great variety of Travertine Versailles Patterns click here. Enjoy:)

Jul 16, 2014 7:21:00 PM By Ali french, pattern, tiles, travertine, 2 Comments Patterns
1. This brick style is a classic and looks great in large or small applications.
 Brick Pattern
2. The fishtail or herringbone pattern is something a little different, don't forget to consider the angles of your room and where your entrances are, you can create a different look just by angling a pattern one way or another.
 Fishtail Pattern
3. This is a fun design, you can create the look of a more traditional square design with a twist by using rectangles.
4. This brick style is a lengthier version by turning the tiles longer side up, you can also use offset square tiles in a brick style pattern that looks amazing.
Brick pattern
5. Stack 'em up. Clean and simple, this design will guide the eye along the length of the tiles.
brick pattern
6. This design frames out a row of simple stacked tiles to create a look that would do well in a corridor or walkway as well as repeated across a floor.
7. Turn that brick pattern on it's side!
vertical brick
 Voila! Rectangle glory.
Jan 15, 2014 9:45:00 AM By Michelle travertine, patterns, tile, rectangular, 2 Comments Patterns