Classic Flat Edge Subway and Hexagon Tile

Historically Accurate Wall and Floor Tiles of the 1890s-1930s


The Flat Edge Collection of subway tile and unglazed porcelain floor tile are reproduction architectural tile matches of tiles made from the 1890s-1930s. These vintage wall tiles are 3/8″ thick with a flat surface and square edges. They are traditional subway and square wall tile, moldings, and accessories just like they were made back in the day. Your installation will look original to the Victorian and Bungalow period homes.

 The unglazed porcelain mosaic floor tiles that come mesh mounted. The floor tiles are 4mm and 5mm thick with the color going all the way through the porcelain tile.  Choose from the 20 tile colors true to these architectural periods. They are Anti-slip when wet, they do not get slippery and are great for bathrooms, entry ways, and kitchens. Great examples of this type of tile are in the book Bungalow Bathrooms by author Jane Powell and photographer Linda Svendsen.

Project Specs

Sizes

3×6 Subway
1″ Hexagons
1″ Squares

Pattern

Modified Doric Key

Running Bond

Shapes

Subway

Hexagons

Hexagon One Inch

Squares

Trim

Base Coves

Pencil Trim

Victoria Cap

Accents

Toilet Paper Holder (Discontinued)


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The tile job for my basement bathroom was not one that falls within the norm these days, as I wanted to replicate a 1930s look. I am thrilled with the results and feel that the shading in the Kiwi Green tiles looks historically accurate.

- Erica Flynn

 

Josh is a pleasure to work with–we’ve been working together for 15 years on various projects. He’s always incredibly knowledgeable and willing to help. He provides a wide selection of some truly beautiful and unique handmade tiles, and we rely on him for many of our historic renovation projects. We really appreciate his care in taking our designs and making them a reality, ensuring the tile designs and colors remain appropriate to the architectural integrity of the house while working within the homeowner’s budget.

- David Heide Design Studio