The classical subway tile was brought to you first in 1904 by Designers George C. Heins and Christopher Grant La Farge who created the distinctive 3" x 6" rectangles for the very first station of New York's then brand-new subway. Originally made to bring cleanliness and light through their reflective, gloss surfaces, these tiles have never really left our hearts.
Settecento Bissel Blanco is a modern take on the original subway tile with this extended, bevelled ceramic wall tile. Sized at 75 x 300 mm, the decorative tile can be used in any kitchen, bathroom or entertainment area for a class that is in a league of its own. Call it antique, classical or Victorian, we call it eternal.
In addition to the traditional brilliant white wall tile, the offering now includes a Grey/taupe and black adaptation. Bring a traditional feel to your home every day of the year with the subway tile’s everlasting style that has withstood those who have come and gone.