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.
 
Pattern
 
 
7. Turn that brick pattern on it's side!
 
vertical brick
 
 
 Voila! Rectangle glory.