Classic Subway Tiles Can Work in Modern Room Design

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You recognize them in a flash—those 3 x 6-inch white tiles arranged in an offset running-bond pattern. These types of tile were first used in New York subway stations in the early 1900s, where they proved to be an easy-to-clean, durable surface that reflected light well. Those same virtues quickly led to subway tiles being used in residential housing, and more than a century later they remain among the most popular choices for tile installations. While subway tiles often are used in classic, heritage room designs, they can be surprisingly effective in rooms with much more modern design schemes.

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Original Article Source Credits: the spruce,

Article Written By Lee Wallender

Original Article Posted on : 01/07/20

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