Strip Patterns: Linear Shapes and Sizes

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Strip patterns are commonly used for backsplashes, walls and fireplaces, and are available in a wide variety of sizes, colors, and textures. Tiles may feature a cleft, honed or brushed finish, and open or tight grout joints may be requested. Mixing different stones, finishes and thicknesses can create amazing results. Smaller modules are typically mesh–mounted whereas larger patterns are supplied loose. For more information refer to our CleftStone Patterns guide, or contact customer service to discuss your next project.

A 6" Hattusha Strip pattern made with Westcountry slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

A 6" Oaxaca Strip pattern made with Brazil Black and Brazil Gray slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

A 12" Oaxaca Strip pattern made with Brazil Multicolor slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

A strip pattern made with 4 x 16, 6 x 16 and 8 x 16 tiles of Desert Gold quartzite. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

An 8" Siena Strip pattern made with Earth slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

1 x 12 tiles of China Multicolor slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

A custom border made from a blend of Cashmere Gold and Lilac slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

A 12" Oaxaca Strip pattern made with Copper Multicolor quartzite. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

 

A 12" Yosemite Strip pattern made with Calico Multicolor slate. For more photos visit our Photo Gallery.

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