Blond wood floating corner shelves are mounted to white herringbone subway tile kitchen walls. The shelves are adorned with white, gray and tan decor lit by a black wall sconce.
01 of White Herringbone Subway Tile Kitchen Corner
Spice up your traditional subway tile by arranging it in a herringbone pattern. Although subway tiles are typically laid in a horizontal and staggered pattern, they are versatile enough to be customized to your personal aesthetic. A herringbone pattern gives subway tiles a stylish art deco vibe that can transform them into the focal point of a room.
Subway herringbone tile is excellent along smaller surface areas, such as showers, backsplashes, and bathroom accent walls, because of how the herringbone pattern adds a dynamic feel that lengthens the space. For a classic look, opt for clean and crisp white subway tiles. You can finish the tiles with either white grout for a contemporary feel or dark grout for a rustic touch in farmhouse homes. Keep reading to see how herringbone subway tiles can give spaces in your home a creative look that is far from boring.