The beveled subway tile is a classic among the classics in interior design. And it is because it is a durable material, easy to clean and offers multiple designs that can fit in almost all rooms of the house. In this book of ideas we present ideas in which different types of tiles have been use in a very different way. Choose among them which is more suite to what you are looking for. And also get ready to give a turn to the decoration of your home! This type of tile you have seen lately in all places. And it is suffering a resurgence of the depths. And the latter is literal.
The first time this type of tile was used as a cladding was in the construction of the New York subway at the beginning of the 19th century. When the designers were looking for a material that was resistant, easy to clean, and brought light to the tunnels and subway stations. Since then, it has been extrapolated to other cities. And from there it has jumped into homes, as a synonym of a very careful industrial style. We usually see it in kitchens and bathrooms like this. In which the pieces can be placed in different ways with very different results.
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These can present a continuous joint placement, that is, with the tiles completely parallel both horizontally and vertically. Or with collation to break-together as is the case of these walls. The joints can be place in the middle of the upper tile, or 1/3 (look at the pillar covering). Then, what characterizes a subway tile is that its length is twice its width. From here, we can find them matte or enameled; with bevel or without it; craquelure or smooth; white, black or color. This is another element with which you can play in the design of your tiles, the joint between the tiles or tiles.
You can leave them white, or use them to highlight the tile itself if it is colored. You can put black boards for example. If in the second example we present you the subway tiles with a row formation. Now we present this other variant, called formation in herringbone. An easy-to-remember name for a tile installation that is also use in parquet installation. A classic, again. In this case, to give another use to the tiles and this type of formation. They are use to cover the wall of the dining room, with tiles of different shades of gray that bring movement and richness to the design of this interior.