Victorian Floor Tiles  - Fotheringhay   

    The Fortheringhay pattern is achieved by combining non equilateral triangles with various other triangles and squares, as well as the Livingstone decorated tile. This is a traditional but complex design that looks good in any colour combination, any colours from the range(see HOME) can be combined to evoke this pattern. Suitable for interior use in bathrooms, hallways, conservatories and living rooms. Also ideal choice for paths, porches and halls. For similar patterns see Richmond and Conway.

 
Fotheringhay pattern with simple border

Victorian Floor Tile Fotheringhay Pattern

Victorian Floor Tiles Fotheringhay Pattern



Features

Below you will find a table with a list of each individual tile required to complete the pattern seen on the left and as seen in the display picture below.
                                
Quantity refers to the number of tiles required to fill a square metre. In the example below a square metre would require:

22 x Square 151 x 151 Red

11 x Square 106 x 106 White

43 x Triangle 104 x 73 x 73  White

43 x Triangle 104 x 73 x 73  Black

11 x Livingstone 106 x 106 Black on White

* These measurements do not take into account the Border tiles. For more information on these please see Border Patterns.

Shape
Size          
Colour
Quantity
Square
151 x 151 (mm) Red
22
Square
106 x 106 (mm) White
11
Triangle
104 x 73 x 73 (mm)
White
43
Triangle
104 x 73 x 73 (mm) Black
43
Livingstone
106 x 106 (mm)
Black on White
11