It's no secret that we LOVE subway tile here at ABM. It's fresh, inexpensive and classic. In the past I have stuck with a traditional offset pattern for all of my subway tile. But recently, as I've been renovating my new home, I've gone a different route
I saw the top left one installed at a store and liked it in person. Arabesque, elongated hexagon, and penny tiles, these neutral backsplashes are an instant win in any kitchen. What mosaic shape fits your style?
carrera marble in a herringbone pattern.It is a standard inch carrera marble tile (honed). We purchased at Kenny and Co. in Nashville.but available at The Tile Shop.or pretty much any tile place- just have it laid in a "herringbone" pattern.
Getting a luxe look for less! See how we used an elongated white subway tile with a marble hex tile niche in our bathroom design, all finished in a gray grout. The shower was tiled on a budget but looks super high end. Click over for the full tutorial!
The "Making a 1920s Bathroom Look a Little Vintage Again" Makeover