Modular carpet tile patterns a great benefit for those that want more than just a solid or quarter turned appearance. With modular carpet tile patterns it is possible to use virtually unlimited color combinations and designs. When choosing modular modular carpet tile patterns there are a number of directions that the tiles can be turned, or adjusted to achieve a particular look. The more common patterns are quarter-turn, monolithic, brick, ashlar, non directional and duolithic.
Quarter Turn: Tiles turned 90 degrees to one another – also known as Checker Board or Tessellated.
Monolithic: Arrows should all point in the same direction – also known as Broadloom or Sheet.
Brick: Arrows should all point in the same direction with the tile bond displaced by half a tile in the width direction.
Ashlar: Arrows should all point in the same direction with the tile bond displaced by half a tile in the length direction.
Non Directional: Tiles installed without regard to direction and orientation.
Duolithic: An installation method whereby tile arrows can be pointed in opposite directions, resulting in a broadloom installation.
Above are the most common directions for selecting and laying modular carpet tile patterns from Interface Tile. Let your imagination be your guide.
Additional Carpet Tile Patterns and Installation Instructions
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What is a brick ashlar pattern look like
Dan, Brick Ashlar is the pattern we show as Brick. I have also added a link to the Modular Carpet Tile Patterns page of this site where you can find additional patterns and styles.