The style of elongated glazed tile that is so popular with many of us is often known as a subway, brick or metro tile. As many homes installed a bathroom in the 1930’s this tile became synonymous with homes of the era and a somewhat utilitarian style. Over time bathrooms and kitchens became more luxurious and other materials became prevalent; who can forget carpet in a bathroom and farmyard animal splashbacks? The glazed brick look is again in vogue as we create homes with a pared back Scandinavian vibe, or spaces with a more industrial and eclectic look. Whichever style you yearn for, Claybrook has it covered.