Two Tile Basketweave Pattern

A Two Tile Basketweave Pattern is a pattern that consists of uniform squares, like that of a checkerboard. Each square is cut vertically or horizontally to create two additional rectangles in the square. The pattern is created by alternating between the tiles that are vertically cut and a blank square tile. The row alternates so that the row below alternates between a blank square and a tile that is horizontally cut.

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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

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Two Tile Basketweave Pattern sample, unit logic

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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 commonly used where it is desired to have easy to clean and impact resist surfaces.