Beveled edge or regular edge subway tile
We've picked the 3 X 6 .22 cent tile at Lowes for our kitchen back splash. It comes with either a regular edge or a beveled edge. I think the beveled edge might help grab and reflect the light, that may be absorbed by the dark counter tops we are installing.
However, I mostly see regular edged subway installed in all of the pictures that I find and love online. When I see the beveled tile used, it is mostly in a bathroom. Can anyone tell me why it's not a popular choice for kitchens?
I've also noticed that when a beveled tile ends on a wall it always has trim around it, where the regular edge tile doesn't. Is this something that has to be done with beveled tile? I'm not sure if I like the tile enclosed in trim.
Examples of trim around tile: