Victorian Floor Tiles  - Sherwood  

    The Sherwood pattern incorporates the classic Octagon and dot combination of tiles. The pattern is very similar to York, although on a smaller scale. This means that it is more suitable for smaller areas such as porches or halls. For more inspiration and creativity,  other colours from the range(see HOME) can be used. This pattern is perfect if you use 2 colours of a similar shade (used in the example with the blue) as the colours complement each other nicely when clashing with the octagon.
 
Sherwood Pattern in White, Blue and Pugin Blue with Joyce border
Victorian Floor Tile Octagonal Patterns Sherwood



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:

86  x Octagon 106 x 106 White

29  x Square 37 x 37 Blue

58 x Square 37 x 37 Pugin Blue

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

Shape
Size          
Colour
Quantity
Square
37 x 37 (mm) Pugin Blue
58
Square
37 x 37 (mm)
Blue
29
Octagon
106 x 106 (mm)
White
86