Tile Backed Cabinets

A simple and effective way to add dimension to an (almost) all-white kitchen is to add texture. I love the use of subway tile to the backs of glass-door cabinets! Shown in the image above featured in Style at Home, the subway tile backsplash is carried into the tall display cabinets. It works incredibly well because they did not select a busy tile, or differing color, it blends in but adds a subtle depth that does not compete with anything that could be placed inside the cabinet itself.

In this scenario by 82mm, the countertop material is the same marble slab used for the backsplash, so the simple white subway tile offers a different material without competing for attention.

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Basket Weave Tile

basket weave tile

I am a sucker for classic subway tiles, so this fun take on the beloved 2″ x 6″ wall tile couldn’t be better! The St. Pettersburg tile collection available through Ann Sacks is a smooth limestone tile. The curved shape of the tile shows well on this rounded bathroom wall. 

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