Everything about this business screams modern vintage, the subway tile on the walls having originated in New York subway stations in the early 1900s, and white hexagon tile flooring dating all the way back to the Victorian era. To bring these styles up to date, the space opts for alternating colors of each row of subway tile on the wall, and includes random pops of gray in the otherwise classically white hexagon floor. The overall grayscale color theme ties the two patterns together nicely, establishing a cohesive, subdued look.