First used in the 20th century in the subway in New York, off white subway tile has since become a popular material for home design. Given its simple appearance, it is no wonder that so well adapted to a wide range of styles. For a French country look, mixing the clean lines of subway tiles in warm and rustic elements
For added versatility, the fresh off white subway tile offer a blank canvas for your French country look. In a kitchen, use the subway tile back-splash as her for easy clean surface. Elsewhere, paint the walls a warm color. The background color will provide a striking contrast to any distressed white furniture, a common element in the French Country look. Use small accents in yellow and red, to provide a cozy, country look. For a touch of color, keep lemons and fresh fruit on hand where you can see, in baskets hanging showing their colors.
Instead of overflowing generosity aesthetics French country usually brings, inspired by off white subway tile for discreet variation on the theme. Pair white subway tiles with white ceramic, rustic or distressed wood and antique hardware. Trust land small touches to your room in Provence, as dried flowers and herbs, clothing, wall art or a few collectibles.