This is Tile Wizards’ go to guide to help you choose the best subway tile pattern for your space.
Subway tiles, iconic for their use on 1900s subway systems, are simple, hardwearing tiles that look great as wall or flooring in any room. From the classic offset tile pattern to the eye-catching herringbone, the sky is the limit when it comes to this versatile design.
Try this pattern in the bathroom behind the vanity for a stunning feature wall. Bear in mind that this pattern can be tricky to lay, so take it slow and map it out first. On the floors, a crosshatch design gives a bold impact and can be created by laying two tiles alongside each other vertically and then horizontally. This look is perfect for bathroom flooring and can be especially effective when doubled so that four tiles are laid alongside each other. This design is also quite simple to lay for those who like to DIY.
At Tile Wizards, we stock subway tiles in a range of stunning designs to complement every space. Speak to one of our experts in store for further advice on the best tile pattern for you. Also, see our collection of tiles up close.
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