Roman Union | Laying natural stone tiles and patio slabs in a sophisticated manner
With a combination of different colored garden tiles or floor tiles in the house, you can create designs that showcase your tiled floor in a particularly stylish way. Especially in the field of natural stone tiles, the Roman Association is a laying pattern that exclusively highlights the special features of the stone tiles. The geometric pattern only becomes apparent to the viewer at second glance, which makes this laying pattern appear chaotic and systemless at first glance. Roman association requires the use of three or more different-sized garden tiles or terrace tiles, which contrary to popular belief are systematically installed.
Combinations for laying in the Roman association
Depending on the desired design, three, four, five or more different natural stone tiles can be selected.
While the formats have to be different, laying requires that all floor tiles have the same thickness. Roman association has prevailed particularly in the area of the subtle color combination of terrace tiles and garden tiles and convinced with its individual look. The order of natural stone tiles can be made directly as an offer for the Roman Association, whereby harmonizing tiles are put together in suitable sizes and included in the package. You start with the installation in the middle of the room or surface and work your way evenly on all four side edges. It is important that you follow the sample example laid first and adhere to the geometric system that you need for this complex way of laying garden tiles or terrace tiles. Natural stone tiles in particular come into their own very well in this system and create a harmonious overall picture
Plan the laying pattern | Prefer assembled packages
With this type of installation, it is important that you have enough floor tiles in the required sizes. We therefore recommend a package that is put together for you and offered in a set. Natural stone tiles create a charming ambience as garden tiles and terrace tiles, especially if you choose the apparently chaotic, unsystematic installation.