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Herringbone with arrows going sideways??
December 23, 2012 in Polls
I love herringbone patterns, but I'm sick of the generic sideways so our tile guy installed the arrows sideways - any thoughts? It ain't gonna change, but curious to get gut reactions...partial Reno pic attached
Sideways looks nice!
No, I prefer horizontal
Either works, just personal preference
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Don't like.
0 Likes   December 23, 2012 at 6:25AM
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Would have liked the entire backsplash the 3 x 6 tile and simply installed horizontally as subway tile. Too much going on for such a small space. Different depths between backsplach surfaces and color combinations don't work for me as well.
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I did the same thing in travertine, but added the cigaro (sp?) trim. I much prefer sideways so it doesn't look like big "M's" or "W's."
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