20 Awesome Examples of Adding Subway Tiles to Your Kitchen

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If you’re not sure of this already, subway tiles get their names from the ceramic tiles used on the walls of the New York City subway stations in the early twentieth century.  What you might not know is that people use such tiles to decorate various areas of their homes.  Today we’re going to focus on the kitchen.  If you’re interested in having a different feel and look for where you eat your dinner every day then you might enjoy the gallery we have for you.

For a simple and friendly look, single-color tiles back-splashes or counter-tops will do the trick. You can place the tiles horizontally or vertically, for a bolder appearance. While there are tons of designs out there on the market, choosing the right color and texture makes a big difference in creating a comfortable and good looking space.

Enjoy the display below and please give us your own tips and tricks regarding subway tiles and how you’ve used them!

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