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ideas for white subway tile in tub area. unique layout options?

Posted by janniemac (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 16, 12 at 18:41

Hi-
I decided I wanted to do just white beveled subway tile in my tub area, didn't want to use any color accents here. BUT-I would like to do something to add a bit of interest, but what?? Maybe a framed inset of the subways in a Herringbone pattern?? Does anyone have pictures of creative layouts using all the same tile? I did search the forum but didn't really find much on this... Thanks!!


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RE: ideas for white subway tile in tub area. unique layout option

...I know this is a kitchen, but something like this?

Here is a link that might be useful: Framed herringbone


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...or has anyone done anything like this? Thanks for any suggestions you may have...

Here is a link that might be useful: subway tile layout:running bond with herringbone


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RE: ideas for white subway tile in tub area. unique layout option

Ann Sack's Savoy Line has a pretty Herringbone mosaic. Maybe you'd like to peek at it for consideration.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ann Sack's Ceramic Basics-Savoy


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RE: ideas for white subway tile in tub area. unique layout option

I have not done it personally but love herringbone and am planning on incorporating in somehow when we redo our master bath one day. I love that picture from houzz. I have that same picture saved. What about doing 3x6 herringbone all over in the tub shower area. The labor would probably be a bit more but that would definitely make it interesting and beautiful.


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