When it comes to tiling your kitchen, bathroom, living room or hallway, the tiling layout, is one of the key considerations you need to take into account. And one of the most popular tiling layouts is the brick bond layout. From contemporary kitchens to traditional hallways, the brick bond tiling layout can be used with a range of interior design styles. But what is the brick bond tiling layout? And what are the advantages of brick bond tiling layouts? Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. We offer a range of tiles and tiling services to suit any project, and any budget. And this is our guide to everything you should know about brick bond tiling layouts.

What is the brick bond tiling layout?

The brick bond tiling layout is a tiling layout that involves using rectangular tiles or subway tiles with a height that is at least half the size of the width. To create this tiling layout, you need to lay one row of tiles in a straight lay layout, and lay the next row at a 50% offset. This means that when laying horizontally, the centre of the tile above, will be positioned directly over the join between the two lower tiles, similar to a brick wall.

What are the advantages of brick bond tiling layouts?

There are several advantages to choosing this tiling layout. These include:

  • Create a unique tiling feature- the brick bond tiling layout is a unique tiling layout that will attract attention to different features in your room. From the shower enclosure or splash-back in the bathroom, to the kitchen wall tiling, there are a number of ways to use this tiling layout to create a dramatic and stunning tiling feature.
  • Vertical or horizontal- this tiling layout is versatile and can be applied horizontally or vertically depending on your preference. This provides more creative scope for combining tiling layouts and styles within the same room.
  • Suitable for contemporary and traditional style properties- the brick bond tiling layout can suit more traditional design preferences, especially when used as wall tiling. However, this can also be a stunning tiling layout for contemporary kitchens.

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