Floor tile pattern design selection can be a bit overwhelming for a homeowner. There are a lot of different options to choose from with the most common being the standard pattern. Two other popular patterns are the brick pattern and diamond pattern.
My favorite floor tile pattern design method of installation is the Herringbone, a classic looking pattern. There are a lot of other options to choose from, here is a good article on 10 styles that most homeowners might not have been aware of:

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For a lot of homeowners, their budget or skill level is the main determining factor of floor tile pattern design installation. The more complicated pattern, the longer it takes to install, hence it costs more to have a tile installer install it for you. Or if you are the DIY type and take on the tile installation yourself, you will want to do your research and plan accordingly to make sure you have the skill level to accomplish your goal.

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10 Tile Layouts You Haven’t Thought Of
We’ve all seen subway tile in a brick layout or elegant floors in a herringbone pattern. But your floor tiles can be laid out in so many more patterns than the few rectangular classics we see time and time again. If you’ve got a unique design desire, try one of these uncommon layout ideas to get a look that’s beautifully true to you.

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