What do we know about the classic bathroom floor tile pattern? Are there many? Or maybe they are so difficult to make? Indeed, there are nowadays a lot of tiles that can be suitable for a classic bathroom.
One such good idea is to use a basket-weave pattern of tiles in order to re-create the crosshatch stitching found on woven baskets. This can e achieved through laying rectangular tiles into square blocks, alternating between horizontal and vertical. Extremely popular in the early 1900s, basketweave is a classic way to add interest to floors. You may check out wonderful pictures and photos of that period to understand how would it look like in your bathroom.
Marble is a classic choice for this design, but it can be pricey so many homeowners limit the material to a small bathroom. Matte porcelain tiles are an affordable alternative for a traditional space and glazed ceramic creates a flashy shine in a modern home. There are many mosaic basket-weave tiles available for easy installation. For a seamless, professional-looking installation, layout the interlocking sheets on the floor starting along one wall and working across the room. If the sheets are direction-specific, be sure to follow the arrows on the backs. Enjoy our new collection of the Year 2020: