In addition to a standard tile laying pattern, there are many more options. The laying pattern can make a room appear larger or smaller. In addition, something as seemingly insignificant as the laying pattern can be a major determinant of the atmosphere for a room. That's why it's important not to skip this one. View the most commonly used laying patterns here.
Tilting tiles is a good choice if you want to make a room look wider. You can do this on the floor, but also try this on the wall. Then let the tiles neatly round the corners.
Herringbone floor (twill bandage, elbow bandage, herringbone bandage)
You can find this in many interiors these days and it has become a popular trend in tile country. You see it especially with wooden floors, wood-look tiles or pavers on a terrace. Choose a long and narrow model of tile to show it off to its fullest.
Stretcher bond (masonry bond)
This pattern is not complicated and commonly used. You lay the tiles as you would brick bricks. It provides a lively interior and makes your floor a lot less
Roman laying pattern (wild bandage)
Choose tiles of different sizes to lay this pattern. It is a little more complicated to install, but it does provide a unique look. You often encounter this pattern in homes with a rural appearance.
Actually, the name of this pattern says it all. Choose two different colors (for example black and white) and place them alternately, so that you almost create a checker or chess board.