One of my FAVORITE trends we incorporated into our homes on Season 1 of Bargain Mansions is HANDS DOWN, herringbone tile. I seriously don’t think I have ever loved a tile pattern more than I love this one. Trust me, I do not discriminate against other tile patterns, BUT the herringbone pattern brings such a unique, modern vibe that others just don’t. I love that it is an old pattern that has become fresh and new again! It’s made quite the comeback and is the perfect way to add a little extra pizazz to my spaces. It’s funny because Dad actually doesn’t like the pattern because he says it feels like a flash back to the 60s to him. 😉

Lucky for us herringbone lovers, this pattern works in a variety of spaces..  kitchen backsplashes, bathrooms walls, and even entire floors if you wanna get wild. Here are a few shots showing how I incorporated this trendy pattern into our Bargain Mansions from Season 1!

Countertop: Recycled Surfaces | Brass faucets: Kingston | Cabinets/Vanity: McCartney Cabinets | White towels: Costco | Mirrors: Pottery Barn | Light fixtures: Wilson Lighting

This bathroom is from the stunning Charlotte House! We all know tile can get a little pricey, so it’s always an option to only install it on the bottom half of the walls! As you can see here, it still makes a huge impact on the space. Only going half way up the wall gives you the option to incorporate others color on the top half, creating a nice contrast.

Tile: International Materials of Design | Brass Tub Filler: Kingston | Tub: KohlerShower door: Westport Glass

Stand alone soaking tub: Kohler | All Plumbing Fixtures: Kingston Brass | Rug: Vintage | Gold Hooks: Barbara Cosgrove  | Tile: International Materials of Design Tile and Stone | Shower Door: Westport Glass | Hardware: Locks and Pulls | Windows: Andersen Windows

Anddd if you have the budget, floor to ceiling herringbone is always a good idea. I am obsessed with how this bathroom from our Juniper house turned out. It’s probably one of my favorite bathrooms from the season.

Sconces and Mirror: Pottery Barn | Faucet: Kingston Brass | Cabinets: McCartney Cabinets | Countertops: Rocktops KC | Vase: Growing Days Collection available at Restoration Emporium | Tray: Target | Candles:


Countertops: ONE Quarts Surfaces | Daltile (Calcutta) | Bowl: Terrafirma Ceramics | Island Pendants: Barbara Cosgrove | Cabinets: McCartney Cabinets | Countertop Fabrication: Rocktops | Faucet: Kingston Brass | Cabinet Hardware: Locks and Pulls | Light (above kitchen table): Wilson Lighting | Pink Ranunculus: Branches and Twigs | Mango Wood Dining Chairs: Growing Days Collection found at Restoration Emporium | Artwork: Leopold 

For the kitchen and dining space in the Juniper House, our goal was to make the fireplace a statement piece in the room, so we went with the dramatic floor to ceiling herringbone option. I love how it turned out! To tie it all together, we added trim work in a herringbone pattern right above the windows next to the range. NOTE: Herringbone tile pairs amazingly with quartz!

Here are a few inspo examples from Instagram that I absolutely adore!

Rachel Turley Interiors Instagram

BrookeWagner Design Instagram

CoastalHamptonStyle Instagram

HomeBunch Instagram

EdenBuilders Instagram

Helmick_hacienda Instagram

I’m curious.. are you all into this trend as much as I am? Let me know in the comments!

Have a great weekend, everyone!