A little rustic. A little post war. But still a little Victoria. To designer Victoria Ford of Prepford Wife, those were the guidelines going into this ensuite bathroom renovation. Ford found what she was looking for with a shower of 3x6 Subway Tile in Dusty Blue to match the bathroom’s wainscoting and 4” Hexagon Tile Basalt and Quick Ship Calcite for a classic high-contrast floor.
With no detail overlooked in Gray Malin's beach house overlooking Lake Michigan, standard Subway Tile just wouldn’t do for this remodeled bathroom. Instead, Designer Kate Lester went with 4x4 Tile in Daisy stacked against 3x6 Subway Tile in White Wash for a clever combination to make a simple white wall something to admire.
Deep blue subway tile and custom mosaic bathroom floor tiles add richness and classic character to this beautifully appointed bathroom. Designed by William Taylor.
Featuring a blend of 3x3's and 3x6's, this main bath's white bathroom tiles are a thoughtful alternative to classic subway tile.
Merging elements of classic and contemporary, this master bath features white bathroom tiles to tie its new traditional style together.
Form and function meet with our blue and white shower tile, offering a stylish spot to rinse off furry friends.
Pairing subdued subway tile with timelessly global handpainted tiles, interior designer Becki Owens expertly layers neutrals to achieve this gray tile bathroom's new traditional style.
Designing for her sons' bathroom, Aimee Lago of Hygge & West pairs traditional bathroom tiles like handmade tile trim with rich pops of color and playful accents.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
The variation in our Glazed Thin Brick in White Mountains adds extra depth to this bathroom's fresh take on black and white.