Subway tiles is chic classics, they bring a traditional and because of that such a cozy feel to every space they are used in. Subway tiles are making a huge comeback, they are more and more frequently used in interiors, and that’s why we are going to share some awesome ideas to use them in your bathroom. Subway tiles are the best idea if you don’t know what tiles to choose: they are timeless, stylish and look cool with many decor styles.
Subway tiles are a perfect fit for a traditional, farmhouse, art deco, industrial, Scandinavian and of course mid-century modern styles.
Where To Use Subway Tiles
Subway tiles can be used on the walls, in the sink area or in the shower area, if it’s a bathtub, you can also clad the bathtub with subway tiles. Try using these tiles for highlighting different zones and using more neutral tiles for other parts of your bathroom, this way you’ll create a cool accent.
Subway tiles come in all kinds of colors and shades, so you will easily find your perfect fit. Like green? Rock various colors of them on your shower walls or all around the bathroom. Prefer ocean-inspired shades? You can easily find navy, bold blue, light blue and aqua shades of all kind to create your personal piece of the sea. For those who love simplicity and neutral décor, there are always classical white and grey subway tiles. Black subway tiles are awesome for masculine and art deco bathrooms. There are even mirror subway tiles, which not only create an accent but also reflect the light and make the bathroom look bigger, they are also cool for glam bathrooms.
Bold colored tiles will help your white details to stand out. Grey and marble ones, and also pale shades will create a peaceful mood.
Subway tiles can be clad in various ways: crosshatch, stack bond, traditional herringbone, running bond, straight and diagonal herringbone, offset, diagonal offset, vertical stack bond and vertical offset bond. The most popular patterns used for bathrooms are offset, herringbone of different kinds and vertical cladding, everything depends on the decor style and the impression you want to leave. Cladding your tiles in various patterns and using contrasting grout is a nice way to make even the simplest tiles stand out.