8. Backsplash Grout Lines
Give your floors an interesting design by laying thin strips of small tiles in the grout lines of larger tiles. You’re basically replacing a lot of the grout, so instead of having those soon-to-be dirty lines, they always sparkle! I think this would also look nice in a shower.
9. Mirror Tiles
A mirror is probably the last thing I’d think of when it comes to a kitchen back splash, but just look at how pretty this is! It would also make a small space seem much larger. But, because you would probably be able to see water spots and splatters on these tiles fairly easily, I would stick to only dry areas such as a home bar.
I’m certain that you could find mirrored tiles at most custom tile stores, but I also found these beveled, subway style tiles on Amazon. Yippee!
10. Tiled “Area Rug”
Give the illusion of an area rug with the creative placement of tile! This is ideal for “zoning” different areas such as under a dining room table, an entryway, or even just a large room with expansive floor space that needs visual interest.