Aparici underground tiles are a trend in the world of architecture and interior design. A current classic that evolves with new designs and formats.
The origin of underground tiles dates back to 1904, when the New York underground opened its doors with a 10x20cm white tile. Its shape, reminiscent of brick, had its own personality thanks to its white hue and its brightness, which gave a greater sense of light and spaciousness to the space.
Nowadays, metro tiles are still in use today and are used in a multitude of interior design projects. Their style adapts to the new times without losing the personality that made them popular at the time.
White metro tiles are especially used in bathrooms and kitchens because of their ability to provide that flattering vintage style. Thanks to their resistance to heat and stains, they can be used without any problem as a wall tile in the bathroom or on the kitchen splashback.
This bevelled ceramic tile in 20x59,2cm or 10,59,2cm formats is suitable for all types of walls. It also offers a natural or glossy finish, in white, red, black, silver and gold colours, or with printed vintage photographs to further enhance its decorative value.