We’ve seen subway tiles hung in herringbone and chevron patterns, stacked with straight grout lines and in fetching colors. But wait, there’s more. How about a tetris-like layout or a coursing pattern that mimics a textile weave? Those are just some of the emerging ways of working with the classic shape. Subway tiles are easy to find and versatile, which makes them a go-to choice, architect Zuzanna Krykorka says. Here are a few of the interesting ways to use them.
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