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Grayscale Subway Tile Wall

Subway tiles were first used in the early 1900s in New York City’s subway stations because of their stain-resistant, easy-to-clean low maintenance. While the subway tiles of today still enjoy these superior qualities, they’ve left their monochromatic white design behind to try out designs of all sorts, including different tile sizes, textures, and even dimensional…

Retro Barbershop With Wood-Look Ceramic Tile Flooring

This isn’t your grandfather’s barbershop. You can tell that a business takes quality seriously when it doesn’t skimp on materials: an exposed brick wall, exposed bulb lighting, wood-topped hairdresser stations, luxurious leather styling chairs, and ceramic tile flooring. If the other elements hearken back to the classy, retro era of barbershops, the light wood-look ceramic…

Atypical Tile Grid

You needn’t open up that coffee table book to see elements of style at play. Ceramic tile offers a nearly limitless amount of design options, and this atypical grid is just one of them. In every row, we get one rectangular tile for every two large-scale squares, providing the slightest of twists. The shades of…