47+ Backsplash Around Kitchen Backsplash
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Contemporary Kitchen with Marble Slab Backsplash and Garden View
The elegance of this kitchen is unmatched for sure. To achieve such a contemporary look, contrast and simplicity are the two key elements. The black flat-panel cabinetry complements the textured medium wood open shelving and the grey quartz countertops. All of the same materials are used on the island in the front as well creating a cohesive air. Choosing simple solid color furniture will also aid in not disturbing the design. However, as with any design, a focal point is a must. The marble backsplash wraps around the beautiful simple window that looks out onto a garden, almost creating a pastoral painting inside. The seamless and continuous texture of the backsplash is vital in a contemporary kitchen to keep with the simplicity.
Beach Style White Kitchen with Arabesque Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
As always using an overall monochromatic look requires various textures and materials to avoid being overwhelming. Here, the decked wood ceiling, white shaker cabinetry, large windows, metal pendant light fixtures, and arabesque style small tile backsplash around the kitchen window work together to achieve a bright and interesting space. The white contrasted with the knotty dark wood flooring and dark soapstone countertops. Deep grout color is chosen for the backsplash further enhancing the texture and matching well with the geometric patterns of the furniture.
Backsplash Around Kitchen Backsplash
After spending so much time choosing your next backsplash tile, for a good return on your investment, why not opt to decorate the whole wall? This way you will be able to show off whatever material, finish, color, or texture you chose, luring in all of your guests. Creating an accent wall out of your tiles is serious business though, when picking which wall to the tile you should consider any openings, outlets, or cabinetry placements. Keep reading and find different backsplash around kitchen window ideas to see how to decorate your kitchen walls!
If the wall you choose has a window, then you may also want to consider pairing your backsplash with it. From the frame material and color of the window to how the tiles may catch the daylight, there are lots of factors to think about. Not to mention choosing a style that will end seamlessly at every edge. With such a wide array of options to choose from when it comes to the backsplash, you can personalize your kitchen exactly the way you imagined. In this article, we gathered just how you can creatively wrap your backsplash around kitchen window with various styles, materials, and cuts for an aesthetic and cohesive feel in your space and create the centerpiece of your dreams!
Beach Style Kitchen with an Oak Island and Views
This kitchen truly brings in the breezy nature inside! The beach-style kitchen keeps things simple with its white shaker cabinets, glossy wood flooring, and matte wood island. Black hardware is used all around to add contrast and edges to the design and adds a modern edge to the usually more conservative style of kitchen. Framing the two elegant windows and the statement hood is the backsplash. It is important to choose this backsplash wisely to avoid overpowering the focal points of the kitchen. The cloudy marble-like texture of the tiles adds just the needed movement to the space while drawing the eye directly to the beautiful views outside.
Coastal Kitchen with Blue Cabinetry and Gray Subway Tiles
You would feel on vacation every day with a kitchen like this! This coastal kitchen brings together all the soothing elements of a beach house. The sea blue cabinetry is paired with brass hardware and white countertops for a classic and timeless look. The same style is carried to the white waterfall island and the brushed gold is sprinkled all around the kitchen details. The deep farmhouse sink offers views even while washing dishes. To frame such detail, the tonal white subway tiles are used in a staggered fashion. The tonality completes the coastal look and is the perfect backdrop. Adding oak furniture to the space will continue the soothing air.
Bright White Kitchen with Marble Backsplash and Island
Sometimes when wrapping around windows you can choose to opt for one continuous design to give your kitchen a simple yet dazzling effect. A marble accent wall is bound to look expensive due to the timeless glamour of the stone, so the rest of the kitchen can be designed around elegant simplicity. Here, the white shaker cabinets add a homey feeling to the space and complement the marble. Black stools in front of the marble island are a nice contrast and match the sleek frames of the windows. Oak flooring anchors the space and avoids a too monochromatic feel.
White Transitional Kitchen with Subway Tiles and Double Island
This transitional kitchen shies away from bold moves and instead does just enough for a bright and clean look. The kitchen is white overall and rather relies on texture differences and bold details such as black hardware or brushed gold furniture to make statements. As walls are kept white, the wooden siding and block shaker cabinets on either side meet the classic white subway tiling at the back. This classic design is perfect for a neat and quiet arrangement that is harmonious with the axes of the space. For even more ideas on how to achieve a white on white look check out our article: “White Cabinets with White Backsplash“.
Traditional Bright Kitchen with White Farmhouse Sink
This traditional kitchen feels bright and tidy with its unornamented white shaker cabinets and classic stainless steel appliances. The inherently dynamic nature of a traditional kitchen is added by the tonal white backsplash in a classic rectangular style. Keeping the grout lines minimal, the tonality backsplash almost feels like one unbroken texture wrapping around the window. Preferring floating shelves rather than closed cabinetry allows the kitchen to feel spacious while highlighting the beauty of the tiling. Layering other patterns on top, such as blue china or an oriental rug will no doubt add an intimate touch.
Monochromatic White Kitchen with Unique Backsplash and Blue Island
A monochromatic white kitchen is always a good idea, especially if your space receives a lot of daylight as this coastal kitchen. Adding glass panel cabinetry and stainless steel appliances will add a quiet sparkle, while the overall white feel will be perfect to highlight any element such as the blue island. Using oak floors in a white kitchen will add a touch of warmth. You can also play with textures, the white subway tiles here are tiled at a ninety-degree angle to create a unique look, drawing the eye directly to the views beyond.
Tonal White Square Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
This transitional kitchen will bring elegance to your home. The classic white and navy blue cabinetry combination is completed with brass hardware. The white hidden hood is extraordinary and matches the white upper cabinets around it. Not adding clutter to the simplicity, countertops are kept a minimal white and designed as a waterfall island in the center. In a kitchen so vast, keeping most of the storage below and bringing as much daylight as possible into the space is vital. Here one wall is dedicated to three adjacent windows allowing light even to the deepest part of the kitchen. In a space like this, the backsplash can be tiled to all the walls to create a subtle dynamic through the tonality of the simple square tiles. As the tiles catch the light, they will create depth and shadows.
Transitional Blue White Kitchen with Herringbone Wall Tiles
Another classic and timeless combination of deep blue and white. While the edges of the kitchen are kept white, the island is blue creating a centerpiece. Matching blue industrial style pendants above eye level further emphasizes the design. Brass hardware and light wood flooring will always complete this look and match the furniture to the wood color. However, tenuously this kitchen separates itself from similar designs by utilizing a unique tiling method. While the rectangular simple tile backsplash, wraps around the windows, behind the stove a herringbone pattern is used. This is an extraordinary way to personalize your space. Making sure to keep the different style tiles monochromatic will easily achieve a cohesive look.
Bright Coastal Kitchen with Oak Floors and Marble Backsplash
For a soothing kitchen space, coastal style is always the one you can rely on! Here, the kitchen uses a simple white and light wood combination that creates the calming feel of a beach house and also contrasts well with the black metal detailing. The sleek linear detailing will also add a touch of modern style. The worn wood floor looks like sand, while the staggered white subway tiles above shimmer like the sea for a true beachy feel. For easy maintenance continuous slabs of marble are used below the subway tiles, catching any splashes. The marble also adds that expensive look matching the countertop of the island. For a cozy entertainment space, this is the perfect way to go!
Black and White Kitchen with Subway Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
White on white can be overwhelming, but when done right your kitchen will be the brightest space in your home. This transitional kitchen prefers to keep everything above eye level a stark white allowing all elements to catch the daylight coming from the window. To not block the light coming in, it is good to skip on upper cabinetry and opt for floating shelves instead. For a cohesive feel overall, you can choose to tile the whole wall in the classic staggered subway tile backsplash. The center island, on the other hand, contrasts with black cabinetry preventing the space from becoming too white. For a bit of fun and texture, you can choose to play with your flooring choices just like the patterned hexagon tile floors here.
Backsplash Types for Around Kitchen Window
So you have decided to tile your whole wall but don’t know what to look for? With so many styles, finishes, colors, and options to choose from, we understand. In theory, you can opt for any of the backsplash designs you wish but it may get overwhelming to pick one that will become a statement piece in your space. Especially when you think about wrapping around your window frames. To save you the stress, we gathered here examples in various styles, materials, and shapes of backsplash you can look to for inspiration. While looking at the options it is important to consider how you would like your tiles to catch the light from the windows, and what kind of edge style you want when wrapping around the frame.
Subway Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
Subway tiles are the oldest trick in the book… For a reason! They are timeless, fit any style of kitchen, and in this case super easy to tile around any cabinetry or frame in your kitchen. If you would like to be able to layout your design easily and guarantee a perfect look with no room for surprises this cut of tiles would be the one to pick!
White Subway Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
Though a traditional kitchen does ornament elements, it can also simultaneously have a bright and simple feel with a monochromatic look. This kitchen utilizes white color throughout various surfaces and materials, creating an interesting yet refined space. The simple white shaker cabinets are a classic, but they work better with the textures of the marble countertop and the staggered white subway tile backsplash. The backsplash adds a homey feeling with its brick-like style and is an easy option to tile around the window with its regular shape. You can always add a bit of color to the space through brushed gold pendants and hardware, and a contrasting black island.
Rustic Kitchen with White Subway Tile Accent Wall and Wooden Cabinetry
White staggered subway tiles may be the most preferred option but opting for a darker grout color can have a unique and eye-catching finish. This rustic kitchen cleverly uses the subway tile backsplash to create an accent wall, while matching the tiling with worn medium wood throughout the rest of the space from the cabinetry to the island, to flooring, even to the wall decorations. The regularity of the subway tiles adds just enough texture without cluttering the worn texture of the wood. To complete the rustic feel, an industrial pendant fixture is used above the island, directly catching the sunlight coming from the window.
White Modern Kitchen with Wooden Island
You can never go wrong with the medium wood and white combination. This big kitchen is great for an entertaining space yet lacks a bit of daylight, consequently utilizing lighter color materials will avoid cramping the space and will catch whatever amount of light is allowed in. Below the eye level, the design is made out of wood, including the flooring, creating a cohesive quality, while above, white is used on countertops, walls, upper cabinets, ceiling, and the backsplash for a spacious perception. The full-height backsplash tiles are chosen as a narrow and elongated version of subway tiles matching the ribbon window above perfectly and breaking the boxy feel of the cabinetry.
How do you tile a backsplash around a window?
The installation process looks exactly the same as any other backsplash installation. It is basically making sure your walls are smooth and even, priming the walls as needed by the type of tiling being used, applying your thin set of mortar with a V notch trowel, installing your tiles, and then finishing up with the grout once the tiles are set. However, a few tips to follow are, while tiling around a window laying out your design before installation is more important than ever. Measuring the distances and planning where you would like to trim your tiles will save you from running into trouble during installation. Another pro tip is to make sure any outlets on the wall are offset enough to account for the thickness of the tiles so once the plates are installed they will be flush with the backsplash.
Bright Transitional Kitchen with White Tiles Around Kitchen Window
This transitional kitchen keeps things simple with white and oak cabinetry and an island to match. The countertops compliment the stainless steel appliances and the unique grey deep sink. Brass vanity fixtures and black metal hardware is always a good choice in this look adding a modern and elegant edge. The mostly white language of the kitchen catches the large amounts of daylight coming in from the window and the door, creating a bright space. The subway tile backsplash is used cleverly throughout the space, with a decorative pattern just above the stove and a layered look around the window. Tiling your sill as well the frame will give your space depth by breaking up the surfaces around the window.
Tonal Traditional Kitchen with Beige Subway Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
If your kitchen receives a large amount of daylight, it is smart to opt for white cabinetry that will catch the light and brighten up the space. While using such color, contrasting the floor with dark wood to anchor the kitchen. Here, the brushed gold hardware, light fixtures, and furniture complement this color combination perfectly. The kitchen also has a window right above the sink, great for views. In order to not cramp up and hide the view, the adjacent cabinets can be replaced with floating shelves opening up the wall. The usage of medium beige subway tiles that match both the cabinets and the floor is a great connection element. You can prefer a shiny finish here to harvest that daylight from the window even more!
Coastal Kitchen with an Island and Deck Wood Range Hood
If you want a cozy yet Scandinavian feel in your kitchen, coastal style may be the answer you are looking for! The oak and white matched with a dark color is a must in this style. You can use the dark color to as here to highlight your center island, creating a place to gather for your guests. The stainless steel appliances blend into the background while the brass hardware and lighting fixtures add a little sparkle. For a little more sparkle you can also tile your whole wall with white subway tiles. Utilizing other materials such as basket furniture and a decked wood hood will make you feel like you are at a beach cabin.
Blue Kitchen with Dark Grey Subway Tile Backsplash
Sometimes your backsplash can become the perfect background for your kitchen. Here, the dark grey brick style subway tile backsplash does a great job of contrasting the white and stone blue cabinetry creating a soothing ambiance. The white grout lines of the backsplash keep it from becoming too overwhelming and look super trendy! The worn look of the tiles pairs really well with the worn wood furniture. Brass hardware is always good to add that touch of luxury to the kitchen. To get the best results of creating such a contrast on your wall, you can prefer to tile the whole.
Should I tile above my kitchen window?
The tiling above your kitchen window is up to you. You can continue your design all the way up to the ceiling to create an accent wall or tile stops at the top of your cabinetry. However, it is always a good idea to align your tile edge with another axis in your space such as cabinetry lines or window sills for a cohesive look. Another thing to look out for is a straight even pattern above your window, start tiling from the window ledge then figure out the tiling above your window, and finally tile the other side. Mixing the second and the third steps may mess up your rows above the window.
Tonal Dreamy Kitchen with Cream Cabinetry and Oak Floors
We can already hear you sighing at the sight of this dreamy kitchen! To achieve a tonal contemporary kitchen as such, it is important to play with as many textures as possible. The light wood flooring and the island create the needed heaviness below eye level while the cream cabinetry and white walls pair really well yet are subtly different. Using details such as highlighting the archway with oak, black hardware, and gold handles will keep things interesting. Making sure to add depth with a little sparkle of the glass pendants and a white backsplash around the window will prevent the space from feeling dull. Finally, opt for cream-colored fabric furniture with comfortable designs to complete the soothing look.
Industrial Kitchen with Grey Cabinetry and Wood Flooring
This industrial kitchen rides the effect of the exposed ducts above. The grey is used throughout, on the cabinetry and the bar, the stainless steel appliances, and dark grey vanity fixtures. The dark grey accent wall and the deep sea blue are great complementary colors. The white staggered style subway tile backsplash creates the feel of a brick wall for that industrial feel, yet the color and the glossy finish soften the space. Preferring a grey grout line matches the overall design. To add warmth, the brass pendants, hardware, wooden flooring, and high chairs work together.
Hexagon Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
If you would be opting to tile your whole wall in your kitchen, picking an interesting cut of tile may be the easiest way to create a focal point. From its picket version to the smaller shape, hexagon tiles always yield an unexpected result. You can also create a wall design by picking different colors and textures and arranging them in a custom design.
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Transitional Kitchen with Picket Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
The picket tile backsplash in this kitchen adds the texture that is needed. The cloudy texture of greys and whites complements the rest of the color palette from the white shaker cabinetry to the stainless steel appliances. The white countertops become one with cabinetry. The brass hardware adds a touch of contrast and sparkle, and pairs well with the beige flooring. The centerpiece island is of stone blue highlighting the space to gather in the kitchen. A tip is to layout your hexagon design before tiling your wall to avoid any issues wrapping around your windows.
Scandinavian Modern Kitchen with Blue Decorative Backsplash
For a feeling of harmony between coziness and modernity, take a look at this kitchen. Oak, black, and white are used in a classic combination with cabinets, flooring, ceiling, almost all furniture is oak. Above eye level, the space is white giving the illusion of high ceilings and adding to the Scandinavian feeling. The black light fixtures are the perfect contrast, having been chosen from sleek modern wall scones. The focal point, however, is the large tile backsplash that spans all the way to the ceiling in a decorative design. Some of the tiles are chosen blue to add color and uniqueness to the space, drawing inspiration from the art hanging next to it creating a full circle. This is the perfect example of how you may use your hexagon tiles to create designs in your space.
Contemporary Kitchen with Wood Cabinetry and Unique Hexagon Backsplash
This contemporary kitchen keeps it simple by selecting all its cabinetry in medium wood as well as the center island. Adding black metal simple knob hardware and selecting industrial high chairs completes the look. The minimal globe pendants decorate the space. To add a bit of interest, a unique style of elongated hexagon tiles are added, their white color merging with the white countertops and breaking the deep color of the cabinetry. Choosing a dark grout color will highlight the style of the tile. To avoid tiling around your window with this unique style, you can opt to frame your window with cabinetry instead saving yourself from detail work.
Transitional Kitchen with Dark Grey Wave Tile Backsplash
If you choose to go with a hexagon tile backsplash, you can not only create an accent wall with it but also choose to use a contrasting color that will be ultra-modern in the space. The unusual wave cut of the tile is perfect for a focal point element, while the dark grey contrasts with the white cabinetry and countertops. Stainless steel appliances are good for invisible quality and slim pull bar hardware will avoid cluttering the space. The white grout lines of the backsplash highlight the shape of the tile while matching the overall design. You can choose to use the tiles horizontally for an easier installation around the window.
Black and White Picket Tiles with White Shaker Cabinets
For a unique feel, you can choose an unusual tile style. This transitional kitchen looks simple overall with its white cabinetry with black knob hardware, white countertops, and a center island. The floors are a minimal chic wood and add warmth along with the brass pendants above. To add a dynamic yet cozy feel, the black and white backsplash around the kitchen window is tiled in an interesting picket style tile with a white core and black outline. This extraordinary design instantly elevates the space and pairs really well with the traditional window shades
Blue Hexagon Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
The eye-catching nature of the picket-style hexagon tiles will instantly create a focal point in your kitchen. Simply choosing them in various shades of blue and highlighting the cut with contrasting white grout lines will make your kitchen unforgettable. Keeping the rest of the space simple is important to not crowd the space so white cabinetry and countertops with simple steel hardware and stainless steel appliances are perfect. If you choose a glossy finish on the tiles, you can use under cabinet lighting and tile around your kitchen window to reflect the light for a little sparkle.
Arabesque Tile Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
Even if Arabesque-style tiles may require diligent work to tile around windows in your kitchen, the end look is so worth it! This style will instantly give a luxurious feel due to its elegant cut and create an unusual scene for your guests. You can choose to go for a small size to create a mosaic-like feel or use large elongated ones that make you feel like you are in a Moroccan palace. For more ideas on how to use this beautiful tiling, check out our article: “Arabesque Tile Kitchen Backsplash Beautiful Colors & Traditional Patterns”.
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Transitional Kitchen with Natural Wood Cabinets and White Countertops
This transitional kitchen is definitely more on the traditional side with its wood shaker cabinetry, white countertops, and beige square tile flooring. The kitchen window in the corner brings in a lot of daylight, highlighting the unique shape of the Arabesque-style backsplash. This kitchen is a great example of how a unique cut backsplash can break conservative design to create a unique experience.
Mediterranean Kitchen with Luxurious Feel
This luxurious kitchen perfectly plays around with geometric shapes to create a unique space. The Arabesque style tiles are in an elongated cut and their large size fits the vast space proportionally. The elongated diamond shape is then carried onto the ornaments of the cabinetry and the island as well as the iconic shape of the basket pendants above the island. To soften up the space circular windows and stools are preferred and the fabric of the stools adds a touch of luxury. All elements in the space are white, oak, or beige colored; a simple yet elegant color palette. This is the perfect example of how the Arabesque style can allow you to mix and match different geometric shapes in your design.
Arabesque Style Backsplash in a Timeless Traditional Kitchen
This traditional kitchen is bright and welcoming. The cabinetry below is a luxurious dove grey, while the upper cabinetry is white for a spacious feel. All cabinets have gold cup handles that instantly add elegance. The marble countertops are classic and timeless, while the Arabesque style backsplash is both in line with the kitchen design and adds an eye-catching element. To complete the look wood floors and a rose gold light fixture are added. Breaking up the space vertically will tidy up a big kitchen without disturbing the cohesive feel overall.
Marble Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
Marble is a timeless material that will make your space feel luxurious. You can choose to use tile in any cut style or opt for any marble type, we guarantee your kitchen will become the heart of your home. From one-piece slabs used in contemporary kitchens to Arabesque ones in traditional kitchens, you can really just do anything. Down below we narrowed down a couple of options you can use in your next kitchen project!
Marble Herringbone Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
This transitional kitchen brings together the coziness of a traditional kitchen with the elegance of modern style. Using a monochromatic white overall allows the design to be fluid in style. White shaker cabinetry with the state of art range hood in the middle creates a beautiful composition with the vertical ribbon windows in between and gains the center island a view to look at. The marble countertops match the backsplash. The backsplash is divided into two styles; subway tiles around the windows and a unique herringbone style backsplash just under the hood. This is the perfect example of how you can use your backsplash to create diversity and hierarchy. Don’t forget to sprinkle some brass details for a little sparkle!
One-Piece Marble Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
In a contemporary kitchen, the key is to keep things simple and get the proportions right. This kitchen does a perfect job of sticking to a minimal material palette with its black centerpiece, glass cabinetry, and glass pendants to match. Breaking the axes in the space, the window creates a focal point by framing the beautiful garden beyond. To not clutter yet add drama, the marble backsplash is chosen as a one-piece. The beautiful continuous texture of the marble is not disturbed and matches the countertop to complete the look. Black leather furniture is always a good idea to elevate a contemporary kitchen.
Palatial Transitional Kitchen with Arabesque Marble Backsplash
Marble is a classic material that can transcend styles. Here, with the Arabesque style tile and golden grout used on all surfaces, the material gives off a palatial feel. The rest of the kitchen is kept simple yet curvacious to allow the white and gold backsplash to take the center. White monolithic cabinetry with brass hardware matches the backsplash perfectly, while the wooden center island creates contrast and adds warmth. Quartz countertops reflect the backsplash adding to its grand feel. Choosing wooden flooring, brass detailed light fixtures, and furniture will complete the look.
What tile trim to use around a window?
Generally, there are four types of trims available; ceramic trims, metal, and plastic edge trims, and stone trims. Depending on what kind of end look you are going for, you can choose from any of these types. For a more economic product, opting for metal or plastic trims would be great and with so many choices to choose from you won’t have a problem customizing. However, using a bullnose tile or a v-cap at your window edge will guarantee a seamless finish. With a v-cap trim, you can ensure total coverage of the window corner, while a bullnose trim will create a flush edge with the perpendicular edge. Matching the material of your trims to the rest of your design will yield a more high-end look at the end.
Transitional Kitchen with Marble Subway Tiles and Walnut Island
To get that homey and timeless feel nothing is better than combining subway tiles with marble. The beautiful texture of marble mixed and matched by the smaller size of the tile will create compelling moments. You can tile all around your kitchen to get the full effect. Using white shaker cabinetry and stainless steel appliances will keep the space decluttered. By contrast, dark grey countertops and dark wood center island further highlight the backsplash. For a Scandinavian look go for minimal furniture and light fixtures that match the color palette and give off a warm feel.
Bright Kitchen with Unique Marble Chevron Wall Tiles
This is an unforgettable backsplash! The 3D-looking herringbone backsplash is so eye-catching, it is all the drama you need in your kitchen! Opting for marble will give the backsplash almost a glow around the windows with shadowy veins. It is vital to be minimal about the rest of your kitchen to avoid overcrowding the space. Here, light grey cabinetry is simple yet unique and looks gorgeous with the brass pull bars. The white countertops and deep farmhouse sink pair well with the cabinetry and reminisce the marble. With the amount of daylight that comes into the space, the light colors offer a bright space.
Unique Herringbone Marble Backsplash in a Transitional Kitchen
Of course, as with every material, marble comes in various colors. For a refreshing look that strays away from the traditional marble, you can choose to mix and match different types of marble in your backsplash design. The unusual herringbone style tiling shows off all the different finishes with its eye-catching shape. Going for a larger tile size will make sure you show as many of the textures as possible allowing them to separate from each other. Another important tip is to keep the rest of the kitchen simple as done here. You wouldn’t want to overpower your beautiful design with other elements.
Fresh and Cozy Kitchen with Marble Backsplash
This classic kitchen is for you if you like to wow your guests with some old-school glam. The earthy tones in the kitchen instantly add warmth, especially through smooth materials such as clay and fabric. While the island brings coziness, the rest of the kitchen keeps things elegant. The simple marble backsplash makes the space feel luxurious with the brass hardware and glass panel cabinetry. Tiling around your windows will enhance the expensive effect of marble tiling. The lighting blends in with the white shades and brass detailing.
Herringbone Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
Herringbone is a classic yet eye-catching tile cut that will elevate your kitchen to the next level. The diagonal pattern breaks the ninety-degree angles in your kitchen to create a focal point. With herringbone tile, perhaps the most important is to choose the tile size. Due to its unique shape, if you choose a smaller size you can create more of a pattern design yet with a larger option you can show off the materiality of your tiles. One thing is for sure, whatever you choose herringbone won’t let you down!
Herringbone Marble Backsplash with Blue Cabinets in a Farmhouse Kitchen
This farmhouse kitchen uses a classic combination of blue, brass and wood yet adds a homey edge to it all. The sea blue cabinetry gets ornamental with the beautiful matching crown molding, while the center island is wooden with black bar stools that definitely look right out of a farm. To add texture, an oriental rug, and herringbone marble backsplash is added. To show off the marble’s character, the large tile size and invisible grout lines are perfect. As the windows cut the walls into too many small pieces, to create a cohesive feel, you can wrap around the whole wall space as here.
How do you cut tile trim around a window?
To cut your tile trim, a miter saw is necessary. Once you have marked where you would like to make your cuts, lay the tile on the miter stand and push it against the marked area, next make your cut while holding the trim steady against the block.
Before making your cuts though, you should decide what kind of corner joint you would like. You can either have a flat square joint or a 45-degree miter joint. While the square joint is definitely the easy method, for a cleaner look opt for the miter joint. As miter joints are quite complicated, it may be best to rely on a skilled professional.
Soothing Transitional Kitchen with Unique Herringbone Backsplash
Add a modern twist to the classic herringbone style by installing it vertically! On top of the unique technique, the tiles have a 3D movement that adds depth and shadows to the kitchen. This balances out the fairly plain design of the kitchen with grey and white shaker cabinets, black countertops, and stainless steel appliances. The granite countertop on the island makes the focal point of the kitchen, while its posh bar chairs add a feeling of warmth. To contrast the overall design and anchor the space, you can opt for dark wood floors.
Unique Herringbone Style Backsplash in Kitchen with Dark Blue Cabinets
Herringbone style does not have to come in the traditional horizontal style, you can choose to install the ninety-degree design in any direction creating unique designs for your walls. In this kitchen remodel, the pattern is aligned with the x-y axes of the kitchen for a cohesive feel. To further highlight this phenomenal style, contrasting it with dark-colored cabinetry is a great idea. Here, the deep blue cabinets, instead of the traditional black, also add a bit of warmth and a pop of color. The shaker style of the cabinets along with linear hardware that alternates between horizontal and vertical pair perfectly with the backsplash.
Double Tile Herringbone Backsplash Around Double Windows in a Bright Kitchen
When tiling a whole wall, choosing a unique design will ensure you get the most out of your investment by creating an instant focal point in the space. This rare double-tiled herringbone really makes this kitchen stand out from the rest becoming the perfect backdrop for the rest of the kitchen. The horizontal nature of the herringbone backsplash tile style will also emphasize the vertical ribbon windows. The calm combination of light oak and white cabinetry with marble countertops is exquisite. To add a touch of sparkle to the space, golden hardware and metal tube floating shelves will match the warmth of the space perfectly.
Mosaic Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
A mosaic backsplash can mean anything under the moon, as long as the tile size is small enough to create one cohesive pattern throughout your wall. Using this style, you can create so many different designs that alternate colors, finishes, and tile styles. If you care more about the pattern at the end than perhaps showing off the characteristics of the material, a mosaic tile backsplash may just be for you! To learn more keep reading for a selection of mosaic backsplash around the kitchen window we chose just for you!
Luxurious Kitchen with Marble Mosaic Backsplash and Waterfall Island
Used in a herringbone style here, marble as a mosaic backsplash always creates a cloudy texture that adds depth and luxury to your space. Putting this against the waterfall one-piece marble island will let you have the best of both worlds. The cream cabinetry adds a slight contrast of warm to cold marble heightening the elegance of the space. The cushioned white leather bar chairs with sleek black metal legs, brass art-deco light pendants, and the art in space complete this expensive ambiance.
Warm Kitchen with Star Cross Backsplash and Blue Cabinets
Your backsplash can be the highlight of your space with the correct design. This kitchen uses the classic star & cross backsplash design but adds a modern twist by alternating contrasting colors between the two tile cuts. This creates a beautiful pattern that instantly becomes the focal point of the kitchen. The star & cross design is also perfect for anyone looking to modernize the classic home feel. The rest of the kitchen revolves around the backsplash. Grey-blue cabinets and the island add a pop of color, while white cabinets against dark grey countertops match the backsplash perfectly. To further the warm feel you can complete the look with wooden furniture.
Timeless Kitchen with Blue Mosaic Backsplash Around Kitchen Window
If you love the timeless look of the oak and white combination but want to add your own unique twist to it, you can do so with your backsplash design! The blue mosaic backsplash adds just the right amount of drama to the space. The various colors in the mosaics give an almost water-like feeling, pushing this kitchen to be borderline coastal style. To be even more playful, the kitchen goes from lighter blues to darker blues at the lower half of the backsplash design aligning with the separation of cabinetry holistically.
Where do you start tiling a wall with a window?
For a clean look, there are a couple of methods. For smaller tile sizes, you start tiling from the bottom corner of the window sill and tiling up one side. Next, you should create your even pattern above the window to make sure your rows above are uninterrupted. Finally, you can tile up the other side meeting the top border.
For larger tiles, you can choose to tile continuously around the window which means that once you tile the bottom of the window, determine on the wall which tiles overlap with the opening. Then window trim the excess of these tiles and install them. Alternatively, you can add flat tiles or pencil tiles around your window borders and then follow the same method for a nicer look.
Calm Kitchen with Light Grey Mosaic Backsplash
If you choose to tile your whole wall with your backsplash, you can choose to tile the splash area with a different design than the rest. This kitchen highlights the main part of the kitchen with a light grey mosaic backsplash while tiling the rest with simple white square tiles. When deciding on the borders of your design, you can follow the cabinetry and window lines to decide where to switch between your two tile types. The flat panel ashy cabinetry has almost invisible hardware, while the white countertops blend into the background. The stainless steel appliances match well with silver vanity fixtures and grey open cabinetry. The overall kitchen has a holistic feel and the light simple material palette creates a soothing air, perfect for your morning coffee!
Beachy Kitchen with Herringbone Mosaic Backsplash and Sea Blue Cabinets
This transitional kitchen creates a unique design out of its herringbone mosaic backsplash. As your tile size will be small, more repetition of your patterning will be possible. In this case, you can choose to create a design sequence and have enough repeating rows on your wall to show it off. The backsplash in this kitchen makeover is able to show off the alternation between the dark grey and white tiling by this method! To match the wave-like feeling of the tile design, the sea blue cabinetry is paired with white ones. The center island does curvacious table legs that elevate the space. The wooden floors and furniture add warmth to the space. The kitchen overall has a beachy and breezy feel.