Victorian Floor Tiles  - Stornoway  

    The Stornoway pattern is similar to the Scarborough pattern but uses a thinner rectangle to create a bolder pattern. The result is a chevron effect, adding decorative detail. This combination can also be made in a number of different shades and colours (see HOME). By just adding another rectangle, the versatality of this rectangular range of tiles is highlighted. All tiles are appropriate for interior and exterior use.

 

Stornoway Pattern in Dover White and Grey with Woolf border made from triangles

Victorian Floor Tiles Stornoway 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:

52 x Rectangle 151 x 75 Dover White

104 x Rectangle 151x 24 Grey

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

Shape
Size          
Colour
Quantity
Rectangle
151 x 75 (mm)
Dover White
52
Rectangle
151 x 24 (mm)
Grey
104