3 Styles of Subway Tile Backsplash 3 Styles of Subway Tile Backsplash

subway tile backsplash is a great way to decorate your kitchen's sink area. For many years, renovators have turned their attention to this particular style of backsplash for remodeling older homes. These tiles, while the do resemble the look of a subway station, bring a lot of character to a new home, a loft, or modern apartment. If you are new to what a subway tile backplash is, here a few styles to think about.

1. Classic Subway Tile Backsplash

This is the classic 3-inch by 6-inch rectangle piece that gives the picture of the New York subway system. This rectangular piece is perfect for a homestyle or gourmet kitchen. It puts the cook in a state of mind of wanting to cook and to savor every minute of it. 

2. Glass Subway Tile Backslash

Another variation of the classic 3-inch by 6-inch tile, this particular style is made of glass instead of porcelain. It provides a kitchen with a very modern look and that can be done in a wide range of colors. The opaque look to this tile creates a feeling that the room is actually larger than it is. 

3. Mixture of Glass Tile

To give a room an even more modern, more eclectic look, mixing the glass subway tiles in a mosaic of colors is a very popular trend in lofts and large kitchens. 

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