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current obsessions: mirrored subway tile

by Grace Bonney

Sometimes I see something in a press release that catches my eye but has nothing to do with the product being promoted. In an email I got last week from The Colour Flooring Company (promoting that pretty pink flooring above), I noticed some mirrored subway tiles that I quickly became obsessed with. As I mentioned earlier this week, I can’t tile at home. But man, can I dream about it. I could see these mirrored subway tiles going wrong really quickly, but used in a minimal, sophisticated bathroom (especially with pink details), they could be absolutely divine. Seriously, I would be happy as all get out to call that bathroom above mine. If you can tile your home, I found some mirrored subway tiles for sale below. Until then, I’ll be hunting down more images of this done well. If you have any pictures of your own, I’d love to see them! xo, grace

Image above: Mirrored subway tiles at Susan Jablon, $16.82 per sq. ft.

Image above by Barthelemy Ifrah Architects via Kitchen Clarity

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