Named for its resemblance to fish bones, the herringbone pattern has withstood the test of time and remains present in diverse design styles. This classic V-shaped pattern arranges rectangular blocks in different proportions, adapting to a wide range of uses, dimensions and materials.
The arrangement of the blocks, even when used in single colours, creates a subtle texture and adds visual interest. The pattern can be found in walls and floors, from fabrics to wood and tiles. By playing with geometric shapes, it continues to be a trend that infuses style and structure into interior design while complementing a space’s overall aesthetic.