Bathroom and kitchen tile can make a big difference in the overall look and feel of your home. Tile can be used to create a backsplash, accent wall, or flooring. It is also easy to maintain and clean. There are many types of tiles available, but if there is one that many homeowners love that is the subway tile.
Subway tile is a type of ceramic tile often used in bathrooms and kitchens. The first use of subway tile was in the New York City subway stations. The tiles were installed in the early 1900s as part of an effort to improve the cleanliness of the stations.
The classic subway tiles were white with a glossy glaze, but they were soon replaced with brown and cream-colored tiles. In the 1920s, new colors and patterns were introduced, including blue and green tiles. Since then, many residential properties have enriched their appeal with beautiful patterns made from ceramic subway tiles.
Why do we love subway tiles?
This classic tile makes an ideal choice for backsplashes and other tiled surfaces in the kitchen and bathroom.
What’s not to love about inexpensive tiles that promise durability and distinctive beauty? Subway tiles with a rectangular shape are typically arranged in a grid pattern with squared-off or beveled edges.