Herringbone, also called Broken Twill Weave describes a distinctive V-shaped weaving pattern usually found in twill fabric. It is distinguished from a plain chevron by the break at reversal, which makes it resemble a broken zigzag. The pattern is called herringbone because it resembles the skeleton of a herring fish. Herringbone-patterned fabric is usually wool, and is one of the most popular cloths used for suits and outerwear. Tweed cloth is often woven with a herringbone pattern.
Hi, we are having a herringbone pattern in our bathroom and the tiler has done one wall but then when he’s gone onto the next wall and the lines don’t match. Is that right? It looks funny to me but I’m no expert! Your help would be appreciated before we waste too many tiles and time!!
I'm half way through tiling 40sqm of an extension. It's over an existing floor which I've laid underfloor heating insulated panels and going onto the extension where it's also under floor heating but a liquid screed has been laid on top.
So it's two totally different surfaces which...
I've committed to my first 450 herringbone job - will be 3 walls of a shower enclosure with little 2x6 inch tiles.
Lots of advice out there tells you to find the midpoint of the wall and keep the tile points to this plumb line:
From all the google images of jobs where this has been done I...
I haven't fixed herringbone pattern since the eighties so don't have much idea how long to allow for a job. Can anyone say how much longer percentage-wise this pattern takes verses straight tiling? The job in question is feature bathroom walls if that makes any difference.
Thanks in advance.
Hello, I’m thinking of Tiling the bath wall in my bathroom as a feature in herringbone 45 using 200 x 100 porcelain tiles.
The witdth of my bath is the same with as the wall.
The wall is flat and has been plastered.
Looking for any advice on,
-Where to start? As in work up from the bath or...
Hi all :handwaving:
I realise this is a tiling forum, but I'm guessing some of you lay wood too ;)
Does this look right? Joists > 18mm/25mm ply > 6mm UFH insulation boards > electric UFH > SLC > engineered herringbone planks.
Also, is there any requirement to stick the herringbone down, or...