Subway tiles came out in the early 1900’s when the first subway in New York was constructed. Since then, the tiles have become popular finishing materials for homes, especially in kitchens and bathrooms and are one of the top current trends. Biscuit subway tiles have remained a favorite color and style because they blend well with different design ideas, including patterned natural stone, visually textured wood-like tile or ceramic floors. They offer neutral and clean lines. Because of their light color, they can make a space look bigger and brighter.
If you are tired of mass produced finishing materials for your home and you long for something that’s unique and customizable, then hand crafted ceramic tiles are just right for you. Each tile receives the loving care of artisans, dedicated to making beautiful tiles that will adorn rooms of people for years to come. Handmade tiles made in the U.S.A. are specially made with customers’ specifications. Each tile is unique, varying to certain degrees with other tiles from shape to color. And this feature makes them distinctive and special to makers and customers alike.
Beveled glass is a design feature that adds dimension instead of being just a flat surface. This additional dimension adds character and a sophisticated effect as a backsplash to your bathroom or kitchen. Beveled glass tile as a backsplash for your kitchen or bathroom really brings a different style or design element to the space, making it look bigger and lighter. A backsplash is an important design aspect to any home. It keeps the desired area looking clean and beautiful. It also protects the wall from dirt, cooking splashes, grime and soap splashes. Applying glass tiles also has the advantage of easy maintenance. Beveled glass tiles as a backsplash adds dimension, interesting design elements to the room, style and sophistication. Simply put, they make the room look pretty.