I've always been a fan of subway tiles. I love that they lend themselves to clean, classic design. They are understated but pack a sophisticated punch. Subway tiles were first introduced over 100 years ago when they were selected by architects, George C. Heins and Christopher Grant Lafarge, for the New York Subway system. With the longstanding history of these tiles, it is no surprise that last week Business Insider reported 6.9% of homes with subway tiles sold above their expected values and sold 63 days faster than expected. Below I've picked a few designs where subway tiles were used in artful and non-traditional ways.
Kitchen Design by Thom Filicia
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Bathroom design by Well Built Company
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Kitchen Design by Urrutia Design
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Bathroom Design by Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers
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Kitchen Design by Phoebe Howard
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Bathroom Design by Morrow & Morrow Corporation
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It should also be noted that homes with backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, granite, farm sinks, shaker cabinets and frameless showers sold at faster and at a greater percentage than those homes without. To learn more and read the rest of the article click here.
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