One of our favorite trends is subway tiles. This specific trend is typically found in kitchens as a backsplash, but it’s starting to pop up in bathrooms and we couldn’t be more excited. Subway tiles bring an urban twist to a classic style, and really ties the room together. There are countless options when working with this style, ranging from shape to size, color to material.
Our favorite aspect of the image featured in this week’s mood board is the contrasting types of subway tile used for this space. The subway tiles on the far wall of the shower are thin with a neutral color palette, which contrast with the traditional thick, white subway tiles that wrap around the rest of the room. What really ties the room together, however, is the incorporation of the thin subway tiles as a trim, as well as pulling the blue paint color from one of the thin tiles.
The decision to use subway tiles in this bathroom is a beautiful design statement and wow factor. The different tiles don’t compete for attention and tie the look of the entire room together.
Get the look with Whitehaus:
- BTZ44-SC200 China Series u-shaped wall mount unit with half pedestal column, integrated round basin and chrome overflow
- WHMFL3222-EB Magic Flush eco-friendly one piece toilet
- WH81214L Metrohaus lavatory widespread with swivel spout and pop-up waste with lever handles in Polished Chrome
- WHLX78129 Metrohaus shower set includes slidebar, hand held shower and hose in Polished Chrome
- WHSM01-12 Showerhaus large sunflower rainfall showerhead with 108 spray nozzles – solid brass construction with adjustable ball joint in Polished Chrome