6 Ideas For Introducing Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior

6 Ideas For Introducing Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior

 

Herringbone is a fun way to bring pattern into your home without being over-powering. There are a number of ways you can introduce it into your home, let’s take a look.

 
 

1. Herringbone Feature Wall

A herringbone feature wall creates an eye catching design element in whatever room its in. A wall of wood panels in the bedroom, a tile wall in the bathroom, or panels in the living room, all arranged in the herringbone design make for unique displays that show off your creative and stylish side.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior// Herringbone Feature Wall

Interior design by Lucky Pony. Photography by Andrew Berry.


2. Tiles Laid In A Herringbone Pattern

A twist on the traditional subway tile arrangement, the herringbone pattern as a wall in a bathroom or a backsplash in a kitchen makes for a more unique element and adds the modern herringbone pattern to your home in a subtle sort of way.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Tiles

Inspirational bathroom by RENOVA

6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Bathroom Tiles

Inspirational bathroom from Caesar Stone

6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Kitchen Backsplash

Inspirational kitchen from Caesar Stone

3. Herringbone Headboard

Wood headboards are an easy way to add warmth and coziness to your bedroom. Brightly colored hardwood strips arranged in a herringbone pattern and surrounded with a trim that matches your accent colors makes for an unexpected design detail. Plus it’s completely customizable, making it possible in bedrooms of all color schemes.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // A wooden headboard in a herringbone pattern.

Inspiration from Yoo2 hotel. Interior design Yoo Design Studio and Melina Romano. Photography by Denílson Machado.

4. Herringbone Decor

If you like the herringbone design and want it in your home without it overwhelming your space, consider herringbone patterned pillows. It’ll soften your space and bring in a bit of texture and pattern but won’t be distracting or overpowering.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Pillows

Pink & Orange Herringbone pillow cover by Yao Cheng Design.

Modern artwork is another way to introduce a herringbone pattern. It adds personality to your space, warms it up, and makes bare walls a little more fun.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Artwork

Herringbone Fusion Art Print by Kristina Krogh. Available through Snoku.

5. Herringbone Door

A subtle way to make a patterned statement is to put it on your door using a dark color wood. This dark door makes a statement on its own but the herringbone pattern on the back of it adds a bit of extra style and unexpected texture to the entry way.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // A front door with a herringbone pattern

Inspiration from a home designed by Kerry Phelan Design Office and Chamberlain Javen Architects. Photograhy by Derek Swalwell.

6. Herringbone Flooring

Perhaps the most obvious way to include the herringbone pattern in your home is in your flooring. Wood flooring can be arranged in a herringbone design to create a delightful focal point.


6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Flooring

Inspiration from a home designed by Falken Reynolds. Photography by Janis Nicolay.

6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Flooring

Inspiration from a home designed by Falken Reynolds. Photography by Janis Nicolay.

6 Ideas For Including Herringbone Patterns Into Your Interior // Herringbone Flooring

Inspiration from a home designed by Destilat Architecture + Design. Photography by Monika Nguyen.

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