110 Bathroom Subway Tile Walls Design Photos And Ideas

A modern floating vanity in black and white rests among other elements of dark and light in this stunning, modern bathroom.
Large bathrooms such as this one often call for modern bathroom vanities with storage. This one does the job with two large shelves resting between the two sides, each with two large drawers.
There is a half bath on the main level and this full one upstairs, which also has a skylight and generous ceiling height, thanks to the pitched roof. Douglas Fir cabinetry keeps consistent with the rest of the house.
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In another bathroom, white penny rounds cover the walls. The original window and casework give off historic gravitas and provide a thoughtful counterpoint to the modern tile treatment.
The master bathroom's double vanity includes a Calacatta Michelangelo marble countertop with chrome plumbing fixtures from Waterworks Easton.
Now, the bathroom is a beautiful blend of white, wood, and brass. The Lucent mirror and Aquitaine pendant lighting in burnished brass are from RH Modern.
The bathroom features a salvaged French urinal combined with Kohler fixtures; the couple purposefully left the patina intact.
“The water waste from the shower and the kitchen irrigate the interior garden,” LLaumett says. “The toilets have their own patio, which provides them with ventilation and natural light.” Black Marazzi tiles cover the wall.
The wood also helps define the bathroom and add a sense of privacy in the space, which has largely been left open.
Master Bathroom with Palisades Bianco Hand-Crafted 3”x12” Subway Style Ceramic Tiles
Playful wallpaper from Graham & Brown livens up the house’s otherwise staid 

powder room, which also contains a 

pint-size Ikea sink.
The spacious master ensuite bath has been remodeled with new tile, cabinetry, and fixtures.
Each bathroom features matte black hardware and oversized Phylrich rain shower heads.
Guest Bathroom
View of outdoor shower and Guadalupe River from master bathroom by Low Design Office
Cost-effective subway tile has been used in the kids' bathrooms.
The custom towel rails in this bathroom are also meant to mimic branches.
"This is our fourth project with this client and we’ve been able to create something special for the inhabitants and their visitors, immersing them in the feeling of living within a rainforest," says MIM Design’s principal Miriam Fanning.
Subway tiles have been laid in a vertical pattern in the bathroom to echo the height of the palm trees just outside this area.
The kid's bathroom on the second floor is lined with white penny tile and white square tiles in a running bond pattern. The wallpaper is from Juju papers.
A clawfoot tub was installed beneath the window and can be seen from the bedroom. The semi-enclosed shower room is lined in white subway tile while sage green penny tiles cover the floors.
The angled tile floor-pad designates the entrance to the bathtub area.
At the sink area is built-in storage and a floating glass medicine cabinet.
In a bathroom, a credenza found on Etsy was topped with marble and converted to a vanity. Tulum tile from the Cement Tile Shop covers the floors while elongated subway tile, laid in a vertical grid, updates the walls. Schoolhouse Electric pendants complete the look.
Tex floor tile from Mutina, Custom walnut vanity, Bocci 21.5 pendant
This bright bedroom has a monochromatic bathroom with a spacious walk-in shower that is covered in sleek subway tiles.
Simple subway tiles decorate the walls of the main floor bath. A seamless concrete floor leads to directly to the shower with full-height glazing.
The wall without windows has a sun spotted ceramic tile dado with oak planks above it.
The toilet is hidden behind a tiled wall-partition at the foot of the tub.
The Lais designed their house to be theirs forever. As such, they were able to make design moves that made sense for themselves but that wouldn't have high resale value, like the Japanese-style master bathroom in the middle of the second floor instead of off of the master bedroom. The traditional setup features bath stools from Muji for washing off.
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The couple improved the shower before moving back on the bus full-time by enlarging its size so they don't have to crouch under the shower head. "Before we moved back into the bus, we decided to lift the roof and build a proper shower," Ashley states. "We enlisted our best friend (@nomadicmillers) and he and Brandon worked to come up with the perfect solution: a 14" lift with a custom skylight, a step, and subway tile. It’s now our very own spa-shower in a bus. It took about three weeks to complete and about $1000, but has been worth every penny."
 Black powder-coated faucets contrast the white sink and tiles.
The ensuite bathroom in the master has a dual vanity and a vintage claw-foot tub installed in the open shower.
A window brings light into the new bathroom.
White subway tiles and dark grout give the new bathroom a crisp, clean look.
The bathroom was completely gutted down to the crawlspace and up into the attic.
The toilet was fairly new, so they left it as it.
She used cedar planks from Lowe's and stained them to match the vanity and other wood elements in the room. “We sealed the cedar planks with tung oil, and after a year it's held up wonderfully against water seepage,” says Bertolini
She had a vessel sink and a Delta faucet in champagne bronze incorporated into the vintage dresser.
For a while, Goldman could not decide between free standing bathtub and a built-it, but was sold on a built-in when she saw inspiration photos of wood panelled tubs.
With this timeframe as a challenge, Bertolini did a full overhaul of the house’s old bathroom.
A glass-enclosed shower helps increased the sense of space in the tiny bathroom.
A claw foot tub and graphic black and white tiles in one of the bathrooms.
A renovated bathroom with a new showerstall and tiled wall.
An ensuite bathroom is shared by two of the bedrooms.
Detail of the Santa Monica Connect 4L guest bathroom.
The downstairs bathroom of Santa Monica Connect 4L with the semigloss wall tile from Daltile and the floor tile by Deko.
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Detail of Bathroom
Australian studio Keen Architecture designed this large laundry room with minimalist grey walls, subway tiles splashback, built-in cabinetry and a large window that opens out to the garden, perfect for clothes in need of sun-drying.

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