Oversized subway tile is a mod counterpart to the traditional hexagonal floor tile in this New York bathroom. A gray and white palette is clean and sleek, as is the frameless glass that encloses the shower.
The modern kitchen features wall-to-wall oversized subway tiles paired with black cabinets and countertops for an eye-catching contrast. Wooden wall shelving above the sink provides room for storing kitchen essentials, while a white marble kitchen island with a partial wood section allows extra room for food preparation.
The kitchen island with its distressed and stained mahogany butcher-block provides a spacious prep area for the avid baking enthusiast and serves double duty for serving and entertaining. The backsplash beneath the upper cabinets is oversized subway tile in white, with white grout.
This kitchen remodel was necessary to open up an outdated and closed-off kitchen. The new open concept kitchen flows effortlessly from room to room, while the various textures and surfaces keep the space feeling warm and inviting. Oversized subway tile runs from floor to ceiling around the entire perimeter, creating a charming, bistro-like atmosphere.
This spacious kitchen features an industrial vibe with painted exposed pipes and a wall to wall wine rack made from terra cotta pipes. Oversized white subway tiles create a countertop-to-ceiling backsplash, while light oak floors cover the floor. A shark skeleton floating over the dining table adds a funky vibe.
This chic open plan kitchen features a white subway tile backsplash paired with flat-front black cabinets and stainless steel appliances. A peek down the nearby hallway shows off the light oak floors that are used throughout.
Eastern-medicine student Stacy Kon remodeled the inefficient master bathroom of her Los Angeles home into this relaxing retreat every bit as spa-like as the spaces in which she practices one of her passions: acupuncture. A lover of all things blue, Stacy chose a refreshing shade of robin's-egg blue for the walls and ceilings, a good match with the white subway tile. A large rain shower head is mounted above the oversized tub, and a glass shower partition installed on a swivel bracket swings back flush with the back wall when the shower is not in use. When the shower is in use, the glass partition keeps spray from the showerhead contained within the soaking tub. Rather than extending the white tile for use on the floors, vanity and tub surround, Stacy opted for custom, cool gray concrete poured into forms made to size. Dark wood cabinets provide visual contrast to the light blues and grays.