Celeste Stevens
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Navy subway tile adds contrast against while walls to this bathroom with a standalone tub and wood vanity. Subway tile doesn't have to be white - add a unique, bright, or even subtle color to a bathroom or kitchen by adding colored subway tile!

Navy subway tile adds contrast against while walls to this bathroom with a standalone tub and wood vanity. Subway tile doesn't have to be white - add a unique, bright, or even subtle color to a bathroom or kitchen by adding colored subway tile!

Tile - black and white for shower floor Bathroom with white subway tile and patterned encaustic floor tiles, designed by Vintage Scout Interiors, via @sarahsarna.

Tile - black and white for shower floor Bathroom with white subway tile and patterned encaustic floor tiles, designed by Vintage Scout Interiors, via @sarahsarna.

Floating natural wood shelves against a subway tile backsplash makes a perfect matchup for modern farmhouse style. Open shelving above white quartz countertops is high on style and a great kitchen organization strategy. Click through to see the full renovation of this home by husband and wife design duo JKath. [Featured Design: Torquay™] CC: @jkathdesignbuil.

Floating natural wood shelves against a subway tile backsplash makes a perfect matchup for modern farmhouse style. Open shelving above white quartz countertops is high on style and a great kitchen organization strategy. Click through to see the full renovation of this home by husband and wife design duo JKath. [Featured Design: Torquay™] CC: @jkathdesignbuil.

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.

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.