Friday, September 9, 2016

Great Looks Beyond the Subway Tile (Part 2)



Florida Tile Retroclassique Mocha
Crossville Yin + Yang Moon Gate and Black Dragon
Subway Tile became widely known as a result of architects George C. Heins and Christopher Grant La Farge, who used it in their elegant City Hall Station for the New York Subway in 1904.

Subway Tile has continued to reflect elegance in its use. Although it started as a simple 3x6 white brick, today it has many shapes and colors.

In part two of Great Looks Beyond the Subway Tile we showcase Crossville’s Yin + Yang and Florida Tile's Retroclassique.

We'll be featuring more subway tile alternatives in the weeks to come.

For our previous article on this topic, see Great Looks Beyond the Subway Tile (Part 1).

You can also visit The Gallery at ISC Surfaces in Kansas City or St. Louis and ask one of our talented designers to show you other options.  You can schedule an appointment on their websites here: Kansas City or St. Louis.

Florida Tile is available from ISC Surfaces in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Central / Southern Illinois.
Crossville is available from ISC Surfaces in Missouri, Kansas, and Central / Southern Illinois.