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Designing your home is always exciting. The first step in the activity, planning, is where you should consider the materials and design you will use for you to achieve the look or feel you want to have for your home. This is where you might have challenges, as there are a lot of options to choose from. It is essential to narrow down your selection to things that you think will deliver the aesthetics you want. For example, for your kitchen and bath, you can choose from various tile designs, materials, or colors for your walls and flooring, so how do you start? First, you have to think of the overall vibe that your kitchen or bathroom would give off.

If you want it simple, you can go with the common types of tiles, plain ceramic tiles in neutral tones. However, if what you are going for is more than the ordinary, you can go with mosaic tiles, marble tiles, or metallic tiles. Aside from the material, you also have to consider the pattern. Some common patterns for tiles are diamond, hexagon, herringbone, and basketweave. All these patterns can make your kitchen and bath look elegant, but one pattern that has been getting popular in recent times is basketweave. This pattern can make any room modern and luxurious or classic and chic depending on its material, design, and color. If you want your bathroom and kitchen to be eye-catching regardless of the overall theme you have in mind, we strongly recommend having basket weave tile.


Kitchens by Eileen

Lovely white basketweave backsplash tiles for this dainty kitchen.



This traditional bathroom features Carrara basketweave tile, wood cabinets, and vanities made of Bianco Carrara marble.


Bronzie Design + Build

The basketweave floor tile looks stunning in this transitional bathroom with blue storage cabinets and gray walls.


Todd Richesin Interiors

Make an all-white bathroom gorgeous with polished brass hardware and basketweave floor tile.


Laura Hunt Design

This bathroom looks elegant with gold hardware from Folger and Burt Hardware, tiles from Waterworks, and Calacatta Gold vanity top.



Beautiful wall with Tundra Gray Basketweave tile from MSI and a matching 12×24 tile on the floor for this contemporary bathroom.


Frank Shirley Architects

Bianco Carrara honed basketweave mosaic tiles for this traditional bathroom in Boston.


Mark Williams Design Associates

This bathroom is proof that it’s hard to go wrong with Carrara marble basketweave mosaic tiles. The entire bathroom looks classic and chic.


Four Brothers Design + Build

This Victorian powder room features a mirror, sink, and toilet from Duravit, in its 1930s series. The floor is a basketweave of Carrara with Bardiglio dots.