Love the tiles and color!Liesl :)
Love them! I really love the colour of the ones in the second picture. Where can you get them? I need new tiles in my bathroom!
my grandma has green subway tiles in her kitchen. they always make me smile.
I love those tiles in the washroom. sooo tempting!
Bunnings sell them! They look fab and are cheap too! :)
love the idea of colored ones! blue is so relaxing and then you could keep the rest of the bathroom neutral: like big fluffy white hotel towel!xoxo navy & orange
The one with the tub is just beautiful! Have a fabulous day, Kellie xx
They are very cool! It mad to think that they were first used around 1904 by Heins & LaFarge architects (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heins_%26_LaFarge) as part of their design for the New York subway stations... I imagine these beautiful glazed tiles came about as the architects put a twist on the sweeping Guastavino-tiled arches and vaults ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guastavino_tile) they had created. And in this day and age where everyone is going for bigger and bigger tiles in their bathroom it does make a refreshing change.Even if you do go white you can always do something wild with the grout colour!
I've seen more and more subway tiles. I like it a lot!! White is always chic.
We are about to embark on a major bathroom re-do and I've chosen white subway tiles on the walls and matt black hexagons on the floor (with black grout). I'm planning to add lots of colour with towels and am loving the Missoni 'Homer' range... delish.Though those blue tiles are incredible!
How about a light aqua color for the bathroom? Like almost white aqua color - it won't be overpowering, but will still project some color, andd goes with the orange hexagon tiles! But, whatever you choose, I'm sure it'd look beautiful.
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me a comment, Viv xx
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