This updated guest bathroom features a shower with large subway tile, bath accessory niche, and brand new fixtures. Throughout the house, the Marron Cohiba granite was used as countertop material to help with cost, as well as keep some high contrast and interest with its organic, textured finish.
In this beautiful kitchen, smoky gray subway tile comes across as polished without being gloomy. The dark backsplash is offset by bright white cabinets with sleek metallic hardware. A gas range stands out with its own decorative mosaic tile backsplash.
This stylish kitchen features a gray subway tile backsplash paired with white and gray marble countertops. Brushed nickel fixtures line the kitchen island sink, while a glass pendant light hangs above. Built-in wooden shelves provide the perfect spot for displaying bold red cookware.
Use differently shaped and textured tiles in a shower to create a eye-catching geographic display, as seen here with the backsplash and mosaic tile floor. But keep the color palette similar to avoid making the space too busy.
Gray subway tile starts at the top of the shower and continues down across the floor in this modern bathroom. A glass panel stands beside the rain shower head separating the bathing area from the wooden floating vanity.