White subway tile with black grout is a stunning look that provides a lot of contrast to make a statement in any space. It’s easy to see why white subway tiles with black grout are so popular. Not only is the contrast beautiful, but it’s also a timeless classic that adds character and warmth wherever it’s used. When we recently renovated our laundry room, we even considered using white subway tile!
From traditional kitchens and bathrooms to modern living rooms, white subway tiles with black grout will enhance any space in your home. And subway tile is often more affordable.
The traditional size subway tile is 3×6, but you can opt for longer rectangles to elongate the area and choose a glazed finish or matte white tile paired with dark grout. Black is always reliable: even better – it’s easy to clean, so you won’t have hassle trying to keep up its upkeep over time. Check out some eye-catching designs of white subway tile and black grouting that would make any room shine!
1. Simple White Subway Tile With Black Grout
White subway tile with black grout in a shower with a glass door. The built-in shelf in the shower features a white and black mosaic that accents the bathroom.
2. Half-Wall White Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash
This kitchen’s white backsplash with black grout helps give the space a farmhouse design. Wood countertops and simple white cabinets are included in the kitchen next to the oven.
3. Black Grout and Accents with White Tile Bathroom
The white hexagon tile on the floor matches the white subway tile in the shower with black grout. White cabinets, black handles, and hardware give this bathroom a farmhouse look.
4. Earthy Wood Bathroom With Dark Grout
Worn subway tiles with a dark grout are used in the shower of this earthy bathroom design. A wood stool and wood design above the shower also add texture to the bathroom.
5. Simple White Subway Tiles With Black Grout
Classic white subway tile with black grout can add a statement to any bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room. We love the contrast that black grout provides, and it can be easier to clean than white grout.
6. Elegant Herringbone Shower Subway Tiles
This herringbone white shower tile adds to the design of the bathroom. Patterned floors and black grout accent the black shower frame and white sink.
7. Stunning Chevron Subway Tile With Black Grout
Chevron white subway tile with black grout in this glass shower accent the large black bathroom tile. The large shower features a tiled seat, a marble floor, and a glass door. The bathroom also includes a large white soaking tub with a black faucet.
8. Full-Height Subway Tile Backsplash with Black Grout
We love the counter-to-ceiling large subway tile in this kitchen. And the black grout helps the tile pop off the wall and elevate this kitchen. Paired with rustic cabinets, this kitchen offers a farmhouse design.
9. White Subway Tiles With Black Grout in Kitchen
Taking the white subway tile with black grout to the ceiling behind the range and oven in this kitchen adds height to the room. While extending tile or backsplash to the ceiling is more expensive, it also gives your kitchen a high-end look.
10. Marble Shower with White Shower Tiles And Dark Grout
We love the marble accent wall in this white subway tile bathroom. The stone also reflects the sunlight, giving the subway tile a slightly green tint. Gold accents and a built-in marble shelf add to the luxurious look of this shower.
11. Modern white and Black Bathroom with Subway Tiles
The white subway tile with dark grout in this bathroom balance the white tile on the floor and the white bathtub. The white subway tile looks great in this shower with a modern appearance.
12. Vertical White Subway Tile With Black Grout
This shower features vertical subway tile that helps draw the eye up and make the space feel taller. The tile also matches the shape of the glass panes on the shower door.
13. white subway tile backsplash With black grout
This kitchen uses white subway tile with dark grout as a backsplash. The kitchen also features black lower and white upper cabinets that match the white and black tiles.
14. Kitchen Backsplash with White Subway Tiles
Simple white subway tile backsplash with thin black grout looks excellent paired with this kitchen’s chrome faucet and sink. The white countertop also adds to this space’s sleek and modern look.
15. Vertical Black Subway Tiles in the Shower
Vertical subway tile in the shower features dark black grout that accents the colors in this bathroom. A black faucet and white sink are also pictured.
16. Vertical White Subway Tiles with thin Black Grout
Vertical subway tile with black grout is used in the shower of this modern bathroom. A wood vanity adds warmth to the bathroom, and a plant above the toilet.
17. Hexagon Subway Tiles With Black Grout
For a different subway tile look, try a different shape. These white hexagon subway-style tiles add a fun look to this shower. We love the black grout that also helps highlight the hexagon shape.
18. Minimalist Bathroom with White Tiles
A simple bathroom with white subway tile along the entire wall. A floating sink and minimalist black faucet match the dark grout.
19. Counter-to-Ceiling Subway Tiles
White subway tile with black grout that goes to the ceiling of this kitchen sink. The tile’s black grout matches the black faucet and sink. Extending the tile to the top helps the room look taller.
20. Kitchen Backsplash with White Subway Tile And Black Grout
A black and white kitchen features a white subway tile backsplash with dark black grout. The grout matches the cabinet handles and stove accents.
21. White Subway Tile With Black Grout And Open Shelves
White subway tile with black grout behind open wood shelves in a kitchen. The decor on the shelves and in jars on the counter add to the design.
22. Stunning Herringbone Subway Tile Inlay in Shower
This shower has a fun take on classic white subway tiles with black grout by adding a herringbone inlay pattern within the shower. This creates an accent wall in the shower and helps to break up the white tile.
23. White Subway Tile With Black Grout in Gold Accent Bathroom
This elegant bathroom uses white subway tile in the shower and on the walls throughout the space. The black and white floor helps to match the black grout, while gold hardware gives an elegant look to the bathroom.
24. White Subway Tile Backsplash with Dark Black Grout
This kitchen features a white subway tile backsplash with dark black grout. The white cabinets and hardwood floors help brighten the space. And a wood range hood matches the stain of the floors adding warmth to the area.
25. White and black Shower Design
White subway tile with black grout is used in this shower to match the black metal frame shower door. The bathtub also has a rainforest shower head and stainless steel hardware.
26. Half-Wall White Subway Tile in Bathroom
Installing white subway tile with thin black grout halfway up the bathroom wall is a great way to add a statement without breaking the bank. This bathroom helps match the tile with a white soaking tub and black faucet.
27. White Kitchen Backsplash Tile with Black Grout
White subway tile with black grout matches the black countertop in this kitchen. Plants on the counter help to add a pop of color to this kitchen.
28. White Subway Shower Tile With Black Grout
Staggered white subway tile with black grout matches this shower’s hexagon white floors. The shower also features a black showerhead and a built-in shelf.
29. Shower with White Subway Tile and Built-in Black Shelves
Built-in black shower shelves contrast this bathroom’s white subway tile and black grout. The shelves also provide great storage in the shower.
30. Bathtub White Subway Tiles And Black Grout
A white ceramic bathtub is surrounded by white tile and black grout. The tile and black faucets help to give the bathtub a more modern look. Using subway tile is a great way to update an existing bathroom.