9 DIfferent Ways to Lay Subway Tiles - Sebring Services

7 Creative Subway Tile Backsplash Ideas for Your Kitchen

4,255 Likes, 48 Comments - Sarah Richardson (@sarahrichardsondesign) on Instagram: “Yesterday we showed you Team SRD @AllisonWillson's gorgeous powder room, and today - I think we can…”

Yesterday we showed you Team SRD gorgeous powder room, and today - I think we can all agree - her guest bathroom is equally as gorgeous! Safe to assume extra long showers are common in this crisp, clean space.

We saved money using a standard 3x6 white subway tile from Home Depot.  Even though our backsplash tile choice was cheap, it's still a classic look and I really love the way it looks all the way up to to the ceiling behind the open shelves, and around the kitchen window.  I also really love the light grey grout we selected.  It is subtle, but really makes the tile a feature in the kitchen.

natural wood open shelves - white subway tile - white cabinets - love it all. I might keep some open shelving when the time comes

We chose shiny white subway tile with light gray grout for the walls, with an accent line of gray tile.

white subway tile with thin grey grout lines and built in shelving with tile for the master shower/great idea to add the extra hand held shower holder back by the shower bench. I like the placement of the shower niche too! The North End Loft: August 2014

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