This is the more traditional look where you lay a rectangle pattern in an "offset" pattern. Again, there are different ways to lay this as well. Meaning, you can lay exactly in the half of the tile, so if the tile is a 3 x 6, you would lay the second line or series on the 3" mark in the middle of the bottom row tile.
A subway backsplash tile pattern using an offset brick or running bond layout can be a great way to update your kitchen's look. An offset tile pattern is when rectangular tiles are laid out in staggered rows so that the edges of each tile are not aligned with the ones next to it. The classic subway shape of these tiles can be used to create both modern and traditional styles depending on the color choice, grout selection, and more. With so many options available for creating your own unique design, you'll be sure to find a subway backsplash tile pattern that is perfect for your home.
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