My day-trip to the Biltmore House several weeks ago left me filled with inspiration and a notebook of ideas for Luabell. At the very top of that notebook was "HERRINGBONE" underlined and in all-caps. Herringbone has been popping up all over the place as of late and the Biltmore's entry hall has the most incredible herringbone ceiling, so I felt inspired to highlight a more modern version of this classic pattern ~ herringbone floors! Seen in everything from marble to wood to brick, this trend can be accomplished in a variety of mediums and when done correctly, has a truly stunning effect.
These thin tiles of striated marble are so divine, they manage to steal focus from everything else in this incredible bathroom.
Dark and polished, with a hint of wear-and-tear, I fell in love with these floors at first sight.
I'm not sure how this floor would handle a pot of marinara (cleaning anything out of that grout might be a nightmare), but this floor is amazing/beautiful/marvelous none the less.
I love the unexpected pop color provided by the emerald tile. This courtyard is the refection of an unique designer's eye and the result is extraordinary.
This herringbone floor takes this hallway from beautiful to astounding! What a great way to spice up traditional hardwood floors.
Brick floors in the kitchen again...I think I really like this look?
These thick, black tiles make a daring statement against the white grout and marble blacksplash.
Okay, so this might not technically be herringbone, but I thought this was a great alternative for those who prefer a more modern look.
This is a kitchen is the epitome of English Country and it's orange herringbone floors compliment the design to a tee!