Home offices are all the rage right now. Yours could be the headquarters for a small business, questionably relevant papers, or homework central. Keeping this spot tidy is important but making it look good holds even more value to us aesthetes.
It doesn't matter what your design aesthetic is or how much space you have, one thing's for sure: Subway tiles are a failsafe addition to virtually every kitchen. Inspired by the tiles that line New York City subway stops, subway tiles have been on the rise ever since they were discovered in 1904 and for good reason.
When it comes to decorating your bathroom, a little bit of tile can go a long way. At first thought, tiles serve a distinctly utilitarian purpose: They protect your walls water damage and toothpaste smudges alike.