7 Different Subway Tile Patterns

7 Different Subway Tile Patterns

Subway tile is my favorite tile – for both its timeless look and versatility. Today I’m sharing 7 different subway tile patterns.

I explain the patterns individually below, but first watch this video which quickly shows the 7 different subway tile patterns:

 

  • Horizontal Stack

If you are new to tiling, this is the pattern for you! I love repetition in design, and the horizontal stack provides just that.

 

  • Horizontal Offset

This is probably the most popular layout used today in subway tile because it works so well.

I used this layout in our DIY kitchen remodel:

And our DIY laundry room remodel:

 

  • Vertical Stack

If you love repetition but want slight twist on the horizontal stack, try the vertical stack.

 

  • Vertical Offset

If you want a twist on the horizontal offset, take it vertical!

 

  • Straight Herringbone

This pattern adds a little fun to subway tile, and this is the pattern I used in the bathroom I’m currently remodeling.

 

  • Crosshatch

This pattern begins to create the illusions of squares, and it would work well with any decor.

 

  • Herringbone

If you’re ready for a pattern that is challenging and looks amazing, then herringbone is for you!

I used this pattern above my stove:

I’d love to know – what is your favorite subway tile pattern? ¬†Are there any great patterns I missed?

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