There are so many different ways to design and style your bathroom, but we know one way that will fit for any theme you are thinking about – subway tiles.
Subway tiles are wonderful because they are incredibly versatile. Rectangular and brick like, subway tiles gain their name from where you think they would; they originated from the tiles used in subways. Luckily, someone figured out that they look amazing in different rooms throughout the household.
When it comes to using subway tiles in the bathroom, you can masterfully create many different themes. They work with a traditional setting and they spruce up a contemporary room. They look great as an industrial style as well. Subway tiles hold up well for long periods of time and are easy to clean, so you won’t have to worry about replacing them.
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1. Subway Tile Combined with Hardwood
Source: Summer Thornton
This beautiful room blends the best of subway tile and an industrial style. The tile works well to give the room an open feeling, working with the open area under the sink.
2. Classic White Subway Tile with Contrast
This bathroom uses a great black and white design, brought out wonderfully by the subway tiles used on the walls and in the shower area. This is a classy bathroom.
3. Gray Subway Tile
The gray subway tile used in this bathroom brings a mid-century look, especially when combined with the decor. The hardwood floor brings a great balance to this space.
4. Transitional Tile in the Middle
Running around the middle of this bathroom is a brilliant design move – subway tile. It doesn’t overwhelm, but completely brings out the decor in the room.
5. Transitional Subway Tile
Working with what will remind you of an sea theme, this room blends a hardwood sink space with great subway tile. The round mirror will remind you of a ship’s window.
6. Beautiful Subway Tile Shower
This bathroom has an open design style with a wonderful walk-n shower. The subway tiles used in the shower are are the perfect addition to this bathroom.
7. Light Gray Transitional Subway
Not all subway tile has to be white. This tile is light gray and it really helps to set the shower are apart. When blended with the floor style, this room is a contemporary wonder.
8. Black Grout Subway Tile
When you really want your subway tile to stand out, use black grout to create a wonderful contrast. This room take a classic design and makes it functional.
9. White and Black Subway Tile
The hexagon black tiles used for the floor create the perfect contrast with the white subway tiles used around the bathroom. When balanced with the hardwood sink area, this is a fantastic theme.
10. Trendy Gray Subway Style
Often, it doesn’t take much to bring a room to like. With this one wall being composed of gray subway tiles, the entire room pops with life.
11. A Great Tile Combination
The brilliance of a chevron tile floor can make a room look amazing, and this one stands out even more when combined with the subway tiles all around.
12. Patterned Subway Tile Wall
Not all subway tile has to look the same. You can get creative with the patterns to fit your creativity and style. This alternating pattern really brings this space to life.
13. Midsize Elegant Gray Subway
Even though this bathroom isn’t huge, it has a larger feel to it. That is thanks to the subway tile used throughout. When used with the claw style bathtub, it really opens up the room.
14. Contemporary Elegant Gray Subway Tile
This bathroom has a Zen-like style to it. When combined with the elegant hardwood and chevron styled floor, this gray subway tile brings great character to this space.
15. Eclectic and Glossy Subway Tile
Not all subway tiles look the same. Here, you can see how much life the glossy style brings to this room. With wonderful decor and a well designed floor, this bathroom works.
16. Beautiful Darker Gray Subway Style
Darker colors for subway tiles may not be what you immediately think of, but you can see how well it works here. It allows you to create great contrasts throughout the room.
17. Gray Subway Tile and Brick Blend
This subway tile is blended with something you wouldn’t normally associate with it – red brick. It works so well to create a rugged yet comfortable bathroom.
18. Transitional Corner Subway Style Shower
This bathroom starts off with character thanks to the durable hardwood floor. When the weathered style subway tile is combined with it, this is a truly great space that is classy and functional.
19. Beige Subway Tile Wall
This beige subway tile works with the multi-color space to give it a darker color to balance the room with. The style is a contemporary elegance.
20. White Subway Tile in a Tropical Setting
Source: Alexander Owen Architecture
With a tropical theme taking over this bathroom, the white subway tiles really make the green stand out. When blended with the wonderful wallpaper, you see a room that comes to life.
21. Contemporary Subway Tile Use
Source: Hastings Design
This bathroom has an easy and contemporary design style that really shows its functionality. The subway tile is used for all the walls and really helps the hardwood highlights stand out.
22. Light Beige Subway Tile Surroundings
Classy, calm, and contemporary. This bathroom uses a light beige color theme and the subway tiles rise to the challenge of bringing character to the space.
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