Herringbone wood floor – The herringbone pattern is that the floor tiles interlocking arrangements where indicates the direction each diagonal line in the opposite direction. The pattern of herringbone tile is usually twice or three times as they are all but you can make a pattern with any rectangular tiles. When the edges of the tile are aligned with the side of the area that is filled, the settings are in the position considered pin 90 degrees. The series of 90 degrees is the easiest to install, but you can tilt the herringbone pattern as much as you want.
Select a part of the area which will be the front. You will begin to install the herringbone wood floor behind the provision and then towards the front. Choose the side that became part of the future will help you understand where to place each tile. Place the second floor to the right of the first tiles. Align these tiles horizontally and place the bottom edge flush with the bottom edge of the first tile. The two parts will make an “L” shape with a short section of a vertical and horizontal section.
Return to the original tile vertical and horizontal mosaic directly under it. Align the left end of the tiles in horizontal with the left edge of the first shingle that will put the left part of a horizontal edge against your field. Lay the herringbone wood floor vertically below the tiles in horizontal, with a right edge aligned with the right edge of tiles in horizontal. Continue placing tiles horizontally and vertically under each others until you reach the bottom of the region.