Subway tile, subway tile, subway tile! It’s hot. And it’s everywhere. Here are 10 different ways you can do subway tile in your home.
Classic white never goes wrong. The bright, clean effect is the perfect aesthetic for the kitchen or bathroom.
This kitchen backsplash is done in 2 x 4” tiles. It’s a unique mix of a smaller tile with classic subway tile that will have heads turning.
A classic 3 x 6” beveled white subway tile never fails to distinguish a space. Here the starkness of the black and white bathroom is softened by the mint wall above it.
Turn the subway pattern on its head and put it in a vertical layout. A contrasting grout color will make the unique pattern stand out.
This textured subway tile has the look of handmade tiles bringing luxury to your home.
A larger format subway tile goes to the next level here with this glossy design. Any rectangular tile with the right proportions makes a great addition to the kitchen.
Splurge on luxury with marble, limestone, or travertine subway tiles. Get a classic grey and white veined marble or a creamy travertine in polished, honed, or tumbled finishes.
Mix and match neutral hues and even metallics for a comforting, but upscale, effect as in this shower.
Use the subway look for just a portion of the room like this bathroom backsplash.
Think beyond the kitchen or bathroom. Subway tile looks great anywhere. Consider using a complementary accent tile to dress it up a bit.
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