A guide to selecting the right subway tiles for your bathroom

Did you know subway tiles originated from the walls of subway stations? As far back as 1904, New York city’s first white subway tiles emerged.  They have been popular ever since and continue to offer clean lines, tight grout joints and are an inherently simple design style. Here are 7 different ways to use subway tiles

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9 Ways to decorate with Geometric Tiles

A triangular design on the floor gives this living room show-stopper appeal making the space feel dramatic and bold.  The tile is also used on the wall to further accentuate the graphic pattern. Interesting shaped tiles in monochromatic tones create visual interest without overwhelming the space.  These rhombus shaped tiles are perfect for bathrooms as

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Cement Tile – Timeless Appeal

Discovered in the 1800s cement floor tiles have provided an unsurpassed living experience, embellishing homes, mansions, palaces and important public buildings throughout Europe, Asia and America. For example, Casa Batlló, built between the years of 1904 and 1906, has cement floor tiles decorating many of its rooms, passageways, and terraces. Introducing ‘Concrete’ – Old is

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