Herringbone Designs: Herringbone Backsplash
Strong patterns like herringbone have a wonderful way of making interiors feel special. Herringbone, not to be confused with chevron, is one of the most popular motifs. Its intricate design dates back to the Roman Empire, where the pattern could be found in brick streets and walls. Today, herringbone details are a thoughtful addition to one’s décor, feeling appropriate almost anywhere in the home. Here are some of our favorite places to incorporate herringbone’s lasting beauty.
 
Herringbone Floors
Single-Handle Faucet, Frameless Shower EnclosureEverly Tub & Shower (above) and Cassidy Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with ShieldSpray Technology (top)

Fabulous Floors: Herringbone floors are showstoppers, and they’re impossible not to notice. We dare you not to stop and stare at the pattern when you encounter it laid out in hardwood for a foyer or done in marble for a particularly posh powder room.

Herringbone Backsplashes
Mateo Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with ShieldSpray Technology and Contemporary Wall-Mount Pot Filler

Keen Kitchens: Tile backsplashes set in a herringbone pattern feel both classic and special. Pair them with a pot filler, and you’ll have a next-level kitchen.

Herringbone Shower Tiles
H2Okinetic 5-Setting Angular Modern Raincan Shower Head

Overall Versatility: Whether it’s shower tiles or wallpaper incorporating the patterned perfection, herringbone looks magical on walls and envelops any space in a cocoon of glamour.