Trend Alert: 10 Herringbone and Chevron Patterned Walls by

Issue 17 · North Country · April 30, 2014

Trend Alert: 10 Herringbone and Chevron Patterned Walls

Issue 17 · North Country · April 30, 2014

Not just for floors: lately we've been spotting herringbone-patterned walls and exteriors everywhere.

Herringbone Wood Wall/Remodelista

Above: Herringbone wood walls at Father Coffee in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Nicole Franzen Photo of Chevron Backsplash/Remodelista

Above: Herringbone ceramic tiles in a kitchen; photo by Nicole Franzen.

Herringbone House Zoe Chang/Remodelista

Above: Atelier Chan Chan's Herringbone House in London features a distinctively patterned exterior; see more at Architect Visit: Herringbone House in London.

East Pole Restaurant Photo by Nicole Franzen/Remodelista

Above: The East Pole Restaurant in NYC features a chevron-paneled wall; photograph by Nicole Franzen.

Mount Fuji Architects Studio/Remodelista

Above: Masahiro and Mao Harada of Mount Fuji Architects Studio added character to the interior of this Tokyo home by covering the interior surfaces with herringbone oak boards. Photo via Dwell.

Lotte Agaton Herringbone Wall/Remodelista

Above: A herringbone wood-paneled wall in a project by Swedish stylist Lotta Agaton.

Exchange Hotel Herringbone Tile/Remodelista

Above: A herringbone-tiled wall at Exchange The Hotel in Amsterdam, designed by Studio Ina Matt.

Hearth House London/Remodelista

Above: A chevron-patterned stairway in the London Hearth House by AOC Architects.

  Herringbone Patterned Backsplash/Remodelista

Above: A herringbone backsplash by Sarah Richardson Design

Bread and Meat Vancouver/Remodelista

Above: The counter at Meat and Bread in Vancouver is clad in reclaimed wood in a herringbone pattern.

Curious about the difference between herringbone and chevron? See Chevron and Herringbone: Spot the Difference. For more inspiration, see Trend Alert: 10 Rooms with Color-Washed Wood and Geometric Flooring, Chateau Edition.



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