Want to add some trendy tile to your home? No need to look further than the most timeless tile shape there is - subway tile! In the past year we've seen some of our most stylish clients swap the staggered for the stacked layout. It's a modern and bold twist on a classic look, that is sure to catch eyes. This layout is perfect for those who favor modern, contemporary, or transitional design styles. We hope you love these 6 ways to rock the stacked subway tiles look as much as we do! 1. Horizontally Stacked Subway Tile Simplicity that lacks no boldness. We love horizontally stacked subway tile because of the strong grout lines. This creates a crisp geometric feel that catches the eye instantly. Take this look to the next level by picking a glaze and grout combination with high contrast, maybe even playing with complementary colors. Learn more about grout and get grout inspiration with our blog
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Subway tile - the possibilities are ENDLESS with this inexpensive material. It's amazing the cool patterns you can create with a rectangular piece of porcelain. Herringbone, basket weave, off-set stack and even a directional stripe, check out this post and let me know which is your favorite!
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