Tiles arranged in a herringbone or tile pattern inspired by the chevron tiles (chevron tiles) are a proven and popular interior decoration. Designers of stoneware and wall tiles are inspired by the way of laying wooden floors and transfer it to the shape and form of ceramics. The so-called herringbone pattern is obtained after folding two tiles. Rectangular tiles are connected at an angle of 45 or 90 degrees. A similar effect can be achieved by arranging diamond-shaped gres with each other. Herringbone pattern is extremely popular, so it's no wonder that there are more variations on it. The chevron system is in the form of a print or relief on tiles in larger formats such as 20x120 cm or 45x90 cm. It all depends on the planned effect, in collections offering a herringbone pattern you can pick. It is worth paying attention to asymmetrical, mosaic compositions in which individual elements differ in width.