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Traditional flagstone patterns for you to consider


Traditional flagstone patterns for you to consider

When choosing flagstones for your project, you will of course spend time thinking about the size of the stone tiles that you’d like, the colour of the stone and colour of the grout, all in a bid to ensure that your new flooring suits your interior style perfectly. A question that we find ourselves asking many of our customers too is: have you taken the time to think about the pattern in which you’d like your flooring laid? The pattern you choose for your flooring can sometimes depend on the stone that you choose, however, it’s always a good idea to consider different options to ensure that the pattern you choose fits with your interior style.

There’s no wrong or right pattern to have and it is ultimately down to personal preference, however, we are here to help if you are struggling to decide or need some advice. We’ve put together some of our recommended styles for a traditional flagstone floor, showing how different patterns can be achieved by use of varying widths and random length.

Triple width and random length pattern

This is a traditional pattern which has been created using 40, 50 and 60cm wide stones in random lengths to produce a fun and unique pattern which is suitable for a whole host of interior settings. 

Single width and random length pattern

This is another popular and traditional pattern which uses stone in a single width (40cm) and a mixture of random lengths giving it a simplistic, yet timeless feel. 

Double width and random length pattern

 This is another traditional pattern created using 50 and 60cm wide stones in random lengths - ideal for creating what we call a ‘White Hall easy on the eye’ feel. 

 Grand Opus Pattern

This pattern has been created using 2x (60x90cm), 4x (60x60cm), 2 x (60x30cm) and 4x (30x30cm) to produce a fun, interesting pattern. We often see this pattern used with exterior stone, but that doesn't mean you can’t have this pattern inside too! 

At White Hall we know that it can often be overwhelming when deciding on the flooring pattern for your project, that's why we are always on hand to help! If you have any questions about flagstone patterns and styling, please do not hesitate to get in touch with one of our flooring experts today who will be happy to share their expertise and knowledge with you. You can give us a call on 01432 870 855 or email us at