8 designs of retro liner tiles by Mission Tile West

retro liner tiles from Mission Tile West
Here’s another source for liner tiles for a vintage-style bathroom remodel: Eight decorative designs by Mission Tile West. The designs shown above are all manufactured by the company, and can be ordered in custom colors. Some colors are in stock. Thanks to reader Ted — of “Ted wants our help: ‘I just purchased a house because it spoke to me, only I can’t quite figure out what it is saying yet'” fame — who is using some in his bathroom (hooray!) — for this great tip.

Mission Tile West has 39 lovely Revival Classics colors to choose from, in both glossy and matte finishes. These are not necessarily authentic retro colors, but some looks close enough. And: Color. I’m not complaining!

The company also offers field tiles in all these colors as well. Their field tile options are not shown on the website — but they confirmed they do have 4x4s, subway tiles, etc. 

Contact the company directly for prices, for production lead times for special orders, etc.

These look like beautiful tiles!

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  1. Phil says:

    We are in the process of getting quotes to repair the surround of our 1957 neuvogue receptor bath/shower in our guest bathroom. The gentleman could not guarantee salvaging the liner tiles. Thankfully, I remembered this post and found a local distributor of the Mission Tile West liners. Ours is exactly like the “bow tie” liner in your post. I obtained a quote of $12.35/tile (plus tax & UPS) and about 6 week lead time.

  2. Kathryn Tobias says:

    I am just about to redo a bathroom in a 1942 “Minimal Transitional” house in Sacramento. Any idea of the appropriate design for 1942?

  3. Diana says:

    I’ve seen something similar to the Greek wave liner tile in an old house. What a wonderful resource to have! Thanks for this.

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