Topps Tiles The metro tiles revisit the retro style thanks to its beautiful ocean blue color, which modernizes this old-fashioned bathroom. We especially like the regressive side of this primary and pure blue!
Mix & match
Happypining.com The metro earthenware goes particularly well with black & white atmospheres. We therefore associate it without hesitation with a very graphic floor tile for a trendy bathroom with no lack of taste.
Fired Earth Available in a pretty almond green hue, metro tiles can also be made very soft! However, be careful not to darken the room with wooden furniture or dark floor tiles if you choose this wall color.
Dare to use bold colors!
Comptoir Toulousain du Carrelage For a graphic and modern bathroom, you can easily combine two solid tones (here white and red), simply separated by a frieze of black metro tiles. Guaranteed design rendering!
A vintage touch
Ikea The metro tiles undoubtedly bring a vintage touch to the bathroom. It's up to you to combine it with the appropriate furniture to create a chic flea market or retro laboratory atmosphere!
Ribesalbes Ribesalbes offers us a daring bias to say the least: black and gold metro tiles. The sparkling friezes, associated with ultra-designer furniture form a rock and unusual space!
Shades of warm tones
Ribesalbes We like this pretty variation of beige and burgundy tones, which warms the atmosphere of the bathroom while dressing the walls in a graphic and refined line.
Pasta Blanco Recreate a warm and colorful bathroom with this subway tile like old cement tiles in 1900. Choose simple furniture and raw materials for the rest of the room, to counterbalance the vibrant colors of the wall patterns.
The metro revisited
Porcelanosa Brands compete in imagination to offer us today a wide choice of metro tiles with contemporary lines, like this Porcelanosa wall covering. Whether mineral, matt, colored or patterned, metro tiles never cease to seduce us with its diversity!