Hello all! Today I’m talking about inexpensive TILE! I love a good deal as much as anyone else and tile can be SO pricey! Did you know that an inexpensive tile can be laid in a ton of different ways and directions that elevate the look of an expensive tile?! I love taking an inexpensive tile in a fun color and laying it in a different pattern. Immediately the room completely transforms! Enjoy below!

We opted for a long grey subway tile laid it in a half-offset pattern (one of my favorite patterns!)

Here we have mixed basic inexpensive beveled subway tile with a beautiful picket as an accent wall ☺️ This is a great example of inexpensive tile mixed with expensive tile! One of my favorite things to do!

In this, we have an all-stone bathroom with a black glossy ceramic backsplash. As you can see, you can fit your tile into any budget!

Here we used a basic inexpensive subway tile and mixed and matched with colors and the pattern! This completely elevated the area and gave the area a dramatic back drop!

I love how well this kid’s bath turned out! It’s such a great spin on traditional subway tile and you can’t go wrong with laying it in a fun basket weave pattern!

This bathroom is attached to our kid’s bunk room from season 2 Farm House, so I thought how fun would it be to add a bright pop of color to one wall?! It’s such a simple inexpensive tile with a huge impact!

Thanks for stopping by the blog! What type of tile do you prefer?

-Tamara

I’ve linked some bathroom essentials below!

Bathroom Essentials

Bathroom Hardware

Bathroom Hardware

Modern Hardware

Towel Hook

Towel Hook

Towel Hook

Towel Hook

Towel Hook