Tiles, and related pavers, are manufactured repeatable units arranged in various patterns as floor or wall coverings. Crafted with durable materials such as ceramic, clay, metal, stone, wood, and glass, tiles are most commonly used in kitchens and bathrooms where it is desired to have easy to clean and impact resist surfaces. Pavers, typically distinguished by their increased unit thicknesses and greater durability for exterior applications, are often produced in stone, brick, or concrete and used for roads, driveways, patios, and walkways. In conjunction with the variety of possible patterns available, tiles throughout history have also been used ornamentally to form complex decorative mosaics around the world.

What is the difference between a tile and a paver?

Although the words tile and paver are often used interchangeably in the tile industry, the difference between a tile and paver is usually determined by the thickness of the unit. Tiles are generally 1” (25 mm) and thinner, while pavers are typically 2” (51 mm) and greater.

What surfaces are tiles used on?

Tiles are commonly installed on prepared indoor substrates such as concrete floors, prepared wood floor, or walls.

What surfaces are pavers used on?

Pavers, unlike tiles, are typically used on both flexible and rigid exterior surface conditions where drainage and/or permeability is important. Flexible surfaces include compacted soils and graded aggregates, while rigid surfaces typically refer to concrete slabs.

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Rectangular Basketweave Pattern
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Rectangular Basketweave Pattern
Rectangular Herringbone Pattern
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Rectangular Herringbone Pattern
Rectangular Straight Stack Bond Pattern
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Rectangular Straight Stack Bond Pattern
Rectangular Stretcher Bond Pattern
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Rectangular Stretcher Bond Pattern
Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern
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Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern
Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern
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Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern
Two Tile Basketweave Pattern
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Two Tile Basketweave Pattern
Two Tile Brickweave Pattern
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Two Tile Brickweave Pattern
Two Tile Cobblestone Pattern
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Two Tile Cobblestone Pattern
Two Tile English Bond Pattern
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Two Tile English Bond Pattern
Two Tile English Cross Bond Pattern
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Two Tile English Cross Bond Pattern
Two Tile Herringbone Pattern
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Two Tile Herringbone Pattern
Two Tile Hopscotch Pattern
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Two Tile Hopscotch Pattern
Two Tile Pinwheel Pattern
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Two Tile Pinwheel Pattern
Two Tile Windmill Pattern
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Two Tile Windmill Pattern
Diamond Pattern
Drawing of a Diamond Pattern tile and paving strategy with unit diagram

A Diamond Pattern is a pattern made of diamonds or elongated squares. Most patterns have layers of overlapping motifs to add a sense of three-dimensionality, movement, and texture. The tiles can be the same color, or they can alternate, and this pattern will add a statement to any room, floor, or backsplash.

A Diamond Pattern is a pattern made of diamonds or elongated squares. Most patterns have layers of overlapping motifs to add a sense of three-dimensionality, movement, and texture. The tiles can be the same color, or they can alternate, and this pattern will add a statement to any room or floor.

Diamond Pattern
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Wall Tile Sizes:
2” | 51 mm
3” | 76 mm
4” | 102 mm

Floor Tile Sizes:
6” | 15 cm
8” | 20 cm
12” | 30 cm
16” | 41 cm
18” | 46 cm
24” | 61 cm

Shape: Square

Drawings include:
Diamond Pattern sample, unit logic

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Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern
Paver and tile pattern arranged as Triangles in Alternating Directions

A Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern consists of a pattern of uniform squares like that of a checkerboard. Each square is cut diagonally, so within the square there are two right triangles that meet at the hypotenuse. The squares are alternated by the tiles that are cut diagonally one direction then the other to create a feeling of movement.

A Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern consists of a pattern of uniform squares like that of a checkerboard. Each square is cut diagonally, so within the square there are two right triangles that meet at the hypotenuse. The squares are alternated by the tiles diagonally.

Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern
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Wall Tile Sizes:
2” | 51 mm
3” | 76 mm
4” | 102 mm

Floor Tile Sizes:
6” | 15 cm
8” | 20 cm
12” | 30 cm
16” | 41 cm
18” | 46 cm
24” | 61 cm

Shape: Triangle
Variations: Vertical, horizontal

Drawings include:
Triangle Alternating Directions Pattern sample (horizontal), sample (vertical), unit logic

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Two Tile Herringbone Pattern
Drawing of the Two Tile Herringbone Pattern strategy typically used for tile and paving systems

A Two Tile Herringbone Pattern utilizes a rectangular tile that is laid at a 45 or 90 degree angle. This pattern tightly interlocks the brick, and it can handle significant weight. As a result, it is ideal for driveways, and it can engage visitors as they make their way into the entrance of a home.

A Two Tile Herringbone Pattern utilizes a rectangular tile that is laid at a 45 or 90 degree angle. This pattern tightly interlocks the brick, and it can handle significant weight. As a result, it is ideal for driveways, and it can engage visitors as they make their way into the entrance of a home.

Two Tile Herringbone Pattern
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Wall Tile Sizes:
1” x 2” | 25 x 51 mm
2” x 4” | 51 x 102 mm

Floor Tile Sizes:
3” x 6” | 76 x 152 mm
4” x 8” | 102 x 204 mm
5” x 10” | 127 x 254 mm
6” x 12” | 152 x 304 mm

Shapes: Rectangle, square

Drawings include:
Two Tile Herringbone Pattern sample, unit logic

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Square Brickwork Pattern
Horizontal and vertical Square Brickwork Patterns and units logics for laying tiles and pavers

In a Square Brickwork Pattern square tiles are laid in a traditional brick pattern. Each tile overlaps the tile above and below by half. The offset grout lines can hide imperfections in tiling, and it is a good way to give an illusion of space and height. The pattern can be laid horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

In a Square Brickwork Pattern square tiles are laid in a traditional brick pattern. Each tile overlaps the tile above and below by half. The offset grout lines can hide imperfections in tiling, and it is a good way to give an illusion of space and height. The pattern can be laid in any orientation.

Square Brickwork Pattern
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Wall Tile Sizes:
2” | 51 mm
3” | 76 mm
4” | 102 mm

Floor Tile Sizes:
6” | 15 cm
8” | 20 cm
12” | 30 cm
16” | 41 cm
18” | 46 cm
24” | 61 cm

Shape: Square
Variations: Vertical, horizontal

Drawings include:
Square Brickwork Pattern sample (horizontal), sample (vertical), unit logic

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Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern
Tile and paver pattern organized as a Rectangular Vertical Brickwork system

In a Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern rectangular tiles are laid in a brick pattern. The tiles are laid with the long side of each rectangle touching another. The rows are offset so that each tile overlaps the short side of the rectangle below by half.

In a Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern rectangular tiles are laid in a brick pattern. The tiles are laid with the long side of each rectangle touching another. The rows are offset so that each tile overlaps the short side of the rectangle below by half.

Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern
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Wall Tile Sizes:
1” x 2” | 25 x 51 mm
2” x 4” | 51 x 102 mm

Floor Tile Sizes:
3” x 6” | 76 x 152 mm
4” x 8” | 102 x 204 mm
5” x 10” | 127 x 254 mm
6” x 12” | 152 x 304 mm

Shape: Rectangle

Drawings include:
Rectangular Vertical Brickwork Pattern sample, unit logic

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