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07.20.12

Put a Pin In It (7.3)

 

With the opening of the  New York City

Subway System in 1904, the world had it’s  first introduction to The Subway Tile.  Originally produced in simple black and white, these little bricks were chosen for their durability, shine, and ease of cleaning. Decades later this classic shape shows up in a crayon box full of colors and is used in countless design options. Considered a classic these off-set tiles continue to be the front runner for everything from  kitchens and bathrooms to laundry rooms and mudrooms. So grab a token, take seat and head on over to one of our favorite Pinterest boards, “We’ll Take the Subway”

 

Glossy Orange Peel Subway Wall

 

The Subway Blues

 

Walker Zanger Tribeca Classic White Marble Subway

 

A bit of Bevel in the Subway

 

Basic Black

 

Subway with a Twist. Walker Zanger Sonja Collection in Kesh

 

Creamy White Handmade Subway

 

Wall to Wall Subway

 

Cool Blue. Walker Zanger Roku Glass in Rain

 

Directional Green

 

 

 

Subway Doorway

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