Remodeling Trend: Kitchen & Bath Tile

Tile has made huge strides in the final look of today’s kitchen & bath remodels. Modern day technologies now have the capabilities to give inexpensive porcelain and ceramic tiles the look of expensive & luxurious tiles like natural travertine, marble, onyx and even hardwood. In addition, tile comes in thousands of variations in color, material, size and shapes making it difficult to wade through the options and selecting your top pick.

Despite the limitless amount of options, tile continues to reveal many trends in kitchen & bath remodels ranging from kitchen backsplashes, flooring, accent walls, high-end showers to wall wainscoting. Here are few examples of consistent trends seen in the Case Indy kitchen & bath remodels.

Glass Tile:

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This beautiful glass tile laid in a brick pattern creates a stunning vanity to ceiling accent wall. Tiled accent walls have become a huge trend in bathroom renovations that truly set them apart from other bathrooms.










Another great example of glass tile laid in a brick pattern shown as an eye catching kitchen backsplash.


Striated Tile:                                                                          



Striated (long & skinny) tile has proven to be another interesting trend in kitchen & bathroom remodels. Striated slate, used in this project, creates a contemporary look that is sure to impress.



Subway Tile:

Subway tile one of the most classic tiles that is sure to stay in style for years to come. It comes in different shapes and sizes – catering to individual design styles. Here are some of our favorite.



Beveled edge tile adds texture and added personality to the standard 3″ x 6″ subway tile. The shown herringbone pattern adds a bold yet classic look to the kitchen.











Marble 2″ x 4″ subway wall tile is another growing trend. This product would look beautiful as a kitchen backsplash or shower wall.



To achieve a more contemporary look, consider using 2″ x 8″ subway tile in a straight lay.










Hexagon Shaped Tiles:

It is common for homeowners to use the same tile for their floor and shower wall. Consider using a hexagon shaped tile to add contrast and charm to the look of your bathroom.

















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