Seven Ways You Never Thought To Use Subway Tile
Get the scoop on the unexpected subway tile designs that are inspiring us right now.
Published May 25, 2017 2:00 PM
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While there’s nothing seemingly new or revolutionary about usingsubway tile
in the kitchen, we’re loving the gridded take on the trend, as seen here. Extending the square tiles up along the length of the wall not only creates the illusion of a taller space, but also instills a monochromatic backdrop on which you can build with color.
Subway tile in the dining room? Count us in. We’re all for ditching the wall paint in lieu of this clever alternative.
Tiles are hardly ever earmarked for the fireplace, but this intricate display surely makes quite the case for it.
A subway tile-wrapped island comes with a butcher’s block countertop, effortlessly complementing the laid-back Cali vibes of this light-filled kitchen. Think of it as a clever way to make use of leftover tiles from the backsplash.
If we’ve learned anything it’s that subway tiles and wooden accents make for the ideal pair, and this ultra chic shower is only further proof. We’re seeking major inspo from this spot’s ode to a herringbone layout.
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