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Trend Alert: 10 Herringbone and Chevron Patterned Walls

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 01, 2014 01:08 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified Apr 30, 2014

Not just for floors: lately we've been spotting herringbone-patterned walls and exteriors everywhere. Above: Herringbone wood walls at Father Coffee in New Zealand. Above: Herringbone ceramic tiles in a kitchen; photo by Nicole Franzen . Above: Atelier Chan Chan's Herringbone House in London features a distinctively patterned exterior; see more at  Architect Visit: Herringbone House in London. Above: The East Pole Restaurant in NYC features a chevron-paneled wall; photograph by Nicole Franzen . 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 . Above: A herringbone wood-paneled wall in a project by Swedish stylist  Lotta Agaton . Above: A herringbone-tiled wall at Exchange The Hotel in Amsterdam, designed by Studio Ina Matt . Above: A chevron-patterned stairway in the London Hearth House by AOC Architects.   Above: A herringbone backsplash by Sarah Richardson Design .  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 . More Stories from Remodelista DIY: How To Wrap a Furoshiki Cloth Rehab Diary: A Napa Valley Kitchen Makeover, Ikea Cabinets Included Remodeling 101: All You Need to Know About VOCs in Paint






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