Backsplash for Dark Countertops – Elegant Tile Designs for Dark Counters

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Gray Quartz Countertop Modern Long Marble White Gray Backsplash Mosaic Tile BA1079

ID# 177105 – Product BA1079 – Modern Marble Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Modern Marble Backsplash with White Cabinets and Dark Gray Countertops

Subway, hexagon, herringbone and even arabesque are popular tile shapes for marble material but have you ever seen this one? Adorned by a long and slim shape, this white marble backsplash is a perfect choice to create modern appeal! The white shaker-style cabinets provide a clean and sleek base for the space while the gray quartz countertops bring a contrasting look that enhances the opulence. The brushed brass cabinet hardware adds a warm sense to this white dominated design.

Black granite countertop beige cabinets travertine backsplash tile BA1029

ID# 177116 – Product BA1029 – Diamond Pattern Glass & Travertine Mosaic Tile

Traditional Kitchen Design with Raised-panel Cabinets

Searching for a backsplash tile that exudes a striking appearance? Your kitchen will look amazing with our beige travertine backsplash tiles! The glass shards and the diamond-shaped tiles make this beige backsplash an excellent choice for a traditional interior design. The black granite countertops, chrome hardware and raised-panel kitchen cabinets all work beautifully with this classic style.

Backsplash for Dark Countertops

There, we gather, eat, prepare food or beverages, talk, weep, or simply linger out to get a glass of water. We spent most of our time in the kitchen, which is the heart of the home. We use its elements while we are there, particularly when preparing food or beverages, such as backsplash and countertops. They are one of the key components you might consider while designing your kitchen. You can wish to design a backsplash for dark countertops that can provide elegant, modern, or classic aesthetics.

Complete the Elegance of Dark Countertops with Stylish Backsplash Tiles

The backsplash industry has endless options to choose from, such as colors, patterns, and materials. A backsplash for dark countertops can be in light or dark hues. According to your design taste, you can use many alternatives for a backsplash for dark countertops. For masculine or contemporary appeal having a dark backsplash for dark countertops is one of the best ways. For more light and inviting views, you can go with a light backsplash for dark countertops. In this article, we gathered some of the stunning ideas for a backsplash for dark countertops; let’s see them!

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ID# 177101 – Product BA1038 – Modern Long Limestone Backsplash Tile

Light Wood Cabinets with Full-height Gray Backsplash and Black Countertops

The light wood kitchen cabinets provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere for this modern kitchen while the black granite countertops add a touch of opulence by creating contrast. The full height modern gray backsplash tiles made of limestone provide a sleek backdrop with subtle elegance. The soft neutral color of the tiles softens the sharp contrast between the cabinets and countertops and counterbalances the overall design!

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ID# 177102 – Product BA1034 – Modern Marble Subway Tile Backsplash

Marble Subway Tile Backsplash for Dark Countertops and White Cabinets

White shaker cabinets and black countertops are the ideal combination to create a timeless appeal for kitchens. But need an element that can jazz up the atmosphere? Then a marble backsplash might be a perfect fit for this classic combo! Laid in a vertical pattern, this marble gray and white subway tile backsplash adds a nice textural look with a touch of opulence between the cabinets and countertops. The black cabinet hardware complements the overall look and makes a cohesive final touch.

What backsplash goes well with dark countertops?

There are many things to consider while designing a kitchen, of course, and complementing the kitchen cabinetry with dark countertops is one of these things. From so many combinations, you may wonder what backsplash goes well with dark countertops.

If you want a stylish and balanced contrast it is a good idea to use a light backsplash for dark countertops with a light color kitchen cabinetry design. If you want a strong contrast you can emphasize the countertop with a strike white backsplash. For contemporary looks, you can use the same slab for the backsplash and the countertops and create an eye-catching design element in the kitchen.

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ID# 177103 – Product BA4501 – Modern Beige Long Porcelain Backsplash Tile

Modern Beige Long Backsplash Tile with Gray Cabinets and Countertops

Since the porcelain tiles are durable and long-lasting, they are perfect materials for kitchen backsplashes. Besides their durable surfaces, their endless variety of color, shape and texture options allow you to reflect your personality! The modern beige backsplash tiles adorned by a long and slim shape create a sleek and elegant backdrop for this contemporary kitchen. The light gray cabinets and dark gray countertops perfectly complement this subtle elegance and reflect the beauty of the minimalist aesthetic.

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Modern white frosted and clear glass thin linear clean look backsplash tile.

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ID# 177104 – Product BA1070 – Modern Black Slate Subway Tile Backsplash

Black Slate Tile Backsplash for Dark Countertops and Brass Hardware

The subway tiles made of black slate extend to the ceiling and create a modern and opulent background. The white flat panel cabinets give the room a light and airy appearance while the black quartz counters mix in perfectly with the subway tiles. The polished brass hardware adds warmth and breaks up the monochrome color scheme as a finishing touch!

Backsplash Colors for Dark Countertops

We know that every person wants a kitchen that inspires them and makes feel them comfortable with an aesthetic view. In general, people stay away from the darker colors in their kitchens such as dark countertops. When the word “dark” comes to mind, it is understandable to think of a dark and dull environment for a kitchen and you may struggle to find backsplash colors for dark countertops because of the hesitation of the dark color usage. However, there is no need to hesitate! There are endless ways to create unique ways thanks to the backsplash industry which provides a vast array of materials, color, pattern, and design alternatives.

Since the alternatives are endless, you may want to narrow them down to white backsplash for dark countertop ideas or dark backsplash for dark countertop ideas. If you want a strong contrast there is nothing better than a white backsplash, you can use tile or stone slab backsplash according to your design style. If you do not like the idea of strong contrast and want to blend the backsplash colors for dark countertops, you can go with dark backsplashes. There are no choices of dark or light, of course, it is possible to have a colorful backsplash for dark countertops to create a pop of color with some energy! Scroll down to see what can be done with backsplash ideas for dark countertops.

White Backsplash for Dark Countertops

Deciding the color palette in the kitchen design is hard work sometimes, however, if you are sure about what color tones you will use, the hard work can be fun! Since the backsplash and the countertops are the main focal point between the cabinets, you may want a strong contrast that draws all the attention, such as a white backsplash for dark countertops. The worktops do not have to be in black, you can use dark grays, browns, blues, etc. White backsplash for dark countertops can go with every color scheme since white color is the most versatile and timeless color.

It does not have to be a striking contrast, you can balance the view and create monochromatic looks, too. For instance, white cabinetry with a white backsplash for dark countertops, and gray countertops can do this job very easily. Since the white color can go nearly with every color it can be very helpful when you are choosing a white backsplash for dark countertops. Let’s check some of the solutions for a white backsplash for dark countertops.

White Unique Glass Marble Kitchen Backsplash Tile Ba62046 8

ID# 177106 – Product BA62046 – White Glass & Marble Mosaic Tile Backsplash

Glossy White Diamond Tile Backsplash for Dark Countertop

This backsplash of white glass diamond tiles with a textured and glossy finish is like a work of art! The dark gray counters and wood kitchen cabinets give the tiles a sophisticated and stylish context. The impact of the white tiles is amplified to create a brilliant appeal by choosing darker hues for the countertops and cabinetry.

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ID# 177107 – Product BA62047 – Modern Black and White Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Modern Black and White Mosaic Tile Backsplash with Gray Worktops

The addition of dark gray worktops and black and white mosaic tiles to this white shaker cabinet-filled transitional kitchen dramatically improves the overall design and gives the room more depth. The striking design of the contemporary glass backsplash tiles counteracts the stark appearance by producing a visual illusion between the counters and cabinets.

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ID# 177108 Product BA1012 – Modern Glass and Marble Mosaic Backsplash Tile

White Traditional Kitchen with Black Countertops and Metallic Hardware

White shaker cabinets, check. Black countertops, check. And of course, a white mosaic tile backsplash, check! This kitchen has everything that reflects the traditional aesthetic with a modern touch. The white kitchen cabinets dominate the space and create a bright and spacious atmosphere. Adorned with a puzzle-like layout, the white mosaic glass tile backsplash adds a slight textural look. The black soapstone countertops break this white domination and bring a contrasting look that enhances the luxurious feel. Last but not least, the brushed nickel hardware and undermount sink make a cohesive final touch to this timeless design.

Luna Peral Granite Countertop Cabinet White Glass Picket Mosaic Backsplash Tile BA5504

ID# 177109 – Product BA5504 – White Marble Look Glass Picket Mosaic Tile

White Picket Tile Backsplash for Dark Countertops and Stainless Steel Appliances

Picket tiles could be a great option if you want to create a timeless appeal without going with the traditional subway tile style. Between the light gray kitchen cabinetry and granite worktops, these picket tiles’ elongated hexagonal shape provides a nice textured effect. Though the geometric shape of the tiles throws a modern twist on the traditional style of the cabinets and countertops, the black freckles on the white base give an impression of luxury.

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ID# 177110 – Product BA6702 – Calacatta Gold Look Glass Modern Picket Mosaic Tile

Off-white Kitchen Cabinets with White Picket Tiles

Another outstanding illustration of how striking picket tiles look as a backsplash in a kitchen! For this transitional kitchen, the white picket tiles have an opulent appearance thanks to their Calacatta Gold Marble texture. These contemporary white tiles are framed classically by the off-white cabinets and range hood and the opulent effect is heightened by the black granite worktops.

Dark Backsplash for Dark Countertops

Thanks to the backsplash industry, there is an endless array of colors, patterns, and materials. Using a dark backsplash for dark countertops is one of those combinations that you can create sophisticated yet stylish looks. Mostly dark color usage is a signature design element in contemporary design style, however, you can have this combination in the farmhouse design style or vintage. There is no such rule that you should use a dark backsplash for dark countertops only in contemporary design-style kitchens.

You may hesitate to use dark color combinations since it can make a room darker and smaller. However, when a dark backsplash for dark countertops is designed in the right way, it is quite possible to have a depth and stylish view in the kitchens. You can use tile backsplashes or slab backsplashes for dark countertops, the material selection is endless, it depends on your budget of course. Let’s scroll down and see what can be done with a dark backsplash for dark countertops and see the stunning results!

Black Countertop Cabinet Slate Modern Kitchen Backsplash Tile BA1081

ID# 177111 – Product BA1081 – Modern Black Long Slate Tile Backsplash

Modern Black Kitchen Design with Wood Floating Shelf

You might think that this much black might be overwhelming but with the right material choices, you can create stylish appeals without being too dark! The black slate tiles and the countertops create a seamless look with the black modern kitchen cabinets. The vertical layout of these black tiles enhances the modern aesthetic of the design. The single wood floating shelf is the only element that breaks the black color scheme and adds warmth to the space.

Black countertop brown cabinet with black slate backsplash tile BA1045

ID# 177112 – Product BA1045 – Black Slate Subway Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Black Slate Subway Tile Backsplash for Dark Countertops

White ceramic material is the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to subway tiles but if you want to make a statement with your backsplash, you can try the black slate material! Enriched by a natural texture, these slate subway tiles create a dramatic backdrop for the medium-tone wood cabinets. The black granite countertops perfectly complement the elegant appeal of the tiles while the stainless steel appliances and the oil-rubbed bronze hardware make a harmonious final touch.

Black Cabinet Modern Gray Glass Marble Backsplash Tile BA1037

ID# 177113 – Product BA1037 – Gray Glass & Marble Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Modern Black Cabinets and countertops with Gray Mosaic Tile Backsplash

Looking for something unique as a kitchen backsplash? Our gray glass and marble mosaic tile backsplash might be the one! Adorned by a puzzle-like layout, this modern gray backsplash creates a visually striking focal point that acts as a piece of art. The plain appeal of the black cabinets and glossy black countertops allows the backsplash tiles to be the star of this show.

Modern Gray and Black Beveled Metallic Glass Backsplash Tile BA8020

ID# 177114 – Product BA8020 – Metallic Black & Gray Glass Backsplash Tile

Metallic Kitchen Backsplash Design with Black Cabinets

Enriched with beveled edges, these black and gray glass tiles give a metallic effect that can easily enhance any design! The black cabinets and dark gray countertops create a harmonious look with the modern appeal of the tiles. The wood floating shelf adds a warm sense without breaking the neutral color scheme.

Dark Countertop Materials

Kitchens have a lot of components to be gathered for a design with proper material, color, and pattern options. If you are interested in using dark countertops, you may wonder about the dark countertop materials to choose from. Since the darker colors can not be easily stained and compared to light hues, they frequently exhibit somewhat longer wear. Not only the color hue but the material has an important role in design. Each material can bring a different atmosphere to your kitchens with its unique textures and styles.

While you search for dark countertop materials you will find out their pros and cons between each other. The budget is important here, of course. You may want a luxurious touch of the marble, but if your budget can not afford it you can take advantage of the quartz countertops. You may want a clean and sleek natural look and use dark granite countertops. Each dark countertop material has its very own feature and we gathered some of them for you to learn and get inspired by!

Backsplash for Dark Granite Countertops

As an igneous rock, granite is formed when volcanic lava rises to the surface of the earth and then cools and solidifies. The traditional countertop material is granite slabs, which are frequently one continuous piece of quarried stone. A granite countertop made of big chunks of modular granite, which is less expensive, may be constructed. From the many color options, you can choose dark granite countertops for your kitchens to accomplish a stylish and sleek appeal. To finish your kitchen design you may want a stylish backsplash for dark granite countertops that balance and improve the design look.

From marble, ceramic, or porcelain tiles to slab granite backsplashes there are many combinations you can create with dark granite countertops. For a contemporary and sleek appeal with a plain look you can use a granite slab backsplash for dark countertops, or it is quite possible to enrich the kitchen with a marble tile backsplash for dark granite countertops. As the material can change the atmosphere, granite can add value and rich appeal to your kitchens. One of the most resilient building materials available for your home is granite. Granite is an excellent choice for kitchen countertops because it can withstand heat.

Granite counters are also stain-resistant. Even though it’s not stain-proof, having a professionally sealed granite countertop may help the surface last for many years with little maintenance. Another advantage of granite that is particularly useful in the kitchen is that it is scratch-resistant, however chopping directly on the surface is not advised. Let’s scroll down and see the designs of a backsplash for dark granite countertops and see what can be done with them!

Shimmery Textured Black and White Glass Backsplash Tile BA8024

ID# 177115 – Product BA8024 – Shimmery Black and Gray Glass Mosaic Tile

Black and Gray Glass Backsplash for Dark Countertop

Are you tired of traditional glass tile patterns? Look at this chic black and gray color scheme! These glass tiles, enhanced by a rough surface, form an artwork resembling a checkerboard. Adding gray granite worktops to the room is a great way to give it an opulent feel. Conversely, the wood cabinets create a cozy and welcoming ambiance. The handless door style of the cabinets enhances the modern aesthetic which is created by the glass tiles.

Should backsplash be lighter or darker than countertop?

With light cabinets and countertops, a dark backsplash could be a good choice to provide depth to the kitchen. The design should be employed to balance out the bright and dark tones of the other parts. A bright backsplash will make your kitchen feel airy if your cabinets or worktops are really dark.

A backsplash often has a lighter color than your countertops. Consider using white, beige, light grey, or pastel hues for the backsplash if you want a bright, inviting kitchen. If you want a striking appearance, choose a marbled design, curved tiles, or contrast grout.

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ID# 177117 – Product BA1063 – Rusitc Slate Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Wood Cabinets with Slate Tiles and Granite Countertops

Enriched with a neutral color scheme and natural textures, this rustic kitchen gives a warm and inviting feel! The light wood kitchen cabinets and the custom range hood provide a pleasing look while the slate tile backsplash enhances the rustic flair. The black Ubatuba granite countertops and the black cabinet hardware make a contrasting final touch.

Backsplash for Dark Marble Countertops

It’s easy to become attracted to the organic material after scanning through your postings because there are so many amazing kitchens and bathrooms with ideas of a backsplash for dark marble countertops online. Marble is unquestionably gorgeous, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t let you know that it needs some maintenance. First off, marble is softer than granite, so use a cutting board rather than cutting directly on top of it to prevent scratches. The stone is porous, so spills that aren’t immediately cleaned up risk changing their color.

Accept from these, if you want a dark marble countertop, a backsplash for them is sometimes can be challenging work. Since marble enriches the whole environment by itself you may want to choose a backsplash for dark marble countertops to balance and blend its design with the countertops and the whole environment. You can use marble tiles, marble slab backsplashes, or complement a ceramic tile backsplash for dark countertops with a glossy finish to keep up the luxurious and elegant appeal. Scroll down to see some of the stunning options for a backsplash for dark marble countertops.

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Flower Mosaic Tile Backsplash for Dark Countertops

This mosaic tile adorned with flower shapes is something unique that can easily enhance your kitchen! These marble mosaic tiles create a delicate look between the white cabinets. The marble countertops complement the luxurious appeal of the tiles while the dark gray kitchen island and black countertops bring depth to the space. The globe pendant lights above the island add some midcentury vibe to the design. The medium tone wood floor softens the contrasting color scheme and brings warmth to the space.

Should your backsplash match your countertop?

Being creative with your decorating ideas is encouraged while designing a kitchen. Because the kitchen is a space, you’ll use every day and serves as a gathering place for friends, doing a kitchen remodeling project puts your creativity front and center. Colors should harmonize, not match when you coordinate your design components and architectural aspects. However, it should blend in, complement, and support the other elements of the area. Your backsplash tile doesn’t have to be the same color as your countertops.

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Black Marble Countertops with Travertine Backsplash Tiles

Beige travertine tiles are the perfect option to create a warm ambiance for your kitchen especially if you have a contrasting black-and-white color scheme! The warm beige shade of this travertine backsplash softens the sharp contrast between the white cabinets and black countertops.

Backsplash for Dark Quartz Countertops

The quartz countertop material is an engineered stone comprised of minerals and quartz particles that can make up to 93 percent of the slabs. The slabs are molded into shape and joined together with resins. These slabs of solid quartz were not made at a quarry. Businesses including DuPont Zodiaq, LG Viatera, Cambria, and Silestone created quartz as a more adaptable and effective substitute for granite and marble. With a larger range of hues than granite, it has a nonporous surface that resists scratches and stains. Some types are precise duplications of real marble, complete with veining. When selecting a backsplash for dark quartz worktops, you have countless possibilities because of the vast range of colors that quartz countertops come in.

As with other countertop materials, according to your design taste, it is possible to use slab or tile backsplash tiles. To go with a contemporary style it is more common to have a slab backsplash for dark quartz countertops, a tile backsplash for dark quartz countertops is mostly used in other styles. Of course, there are no such strict rules. You can have your very own stylish combinations. We dived into the internet and found some gorgeous design ideas for a backsplash for dark quartz countertops.

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ID# 177120 – Product BA1120 – Multicolored Modern Glass & Metal Mosaic Tile

Black and White Backsplash for Dark Countertops and Wood Floor

Undoubtedly, this backsplash in black and white is revolutionary! This mosaic backsplash makes a dramatic focal point between the white cabinets with its unusual pattern and vivid color combination. The chrome cabinet hardware completes the modern look, while the black countertops give the tiles a contrasting appearance.

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ID# 177121 – Product BA1080 – Modern Rosewood & Gray Long Marble Backsplash Tile

Natural Wood Kitchen Cabinets with Marble Backsplash

If you want to incorporate the luxurious sense of marble into your kitchen but looking for something modern, then you will love our long marble backsplash tiles! These marble tiles embraced by beige veins complement the warm and inviting appeal of the natural wood kitchen cabinets. The gray countertops and the stainless steel appliances complete the modern overall look.

How do you pick a good backsplash?

To pick a good backsplash there may be several considerations to think about, such as your budget, keeping in mind the cabinetry, floors, and the general area. It is recommended that picking a backsplash should be one of the last phases of the kitchen design. You can take the tile samples and gather them with the other design elements of the kitchen. Looking at them in the same daylight or artificial light will help you to understand the general situation.

White Cabinets Modern Copper Metal Groutless Backsplash Tile BA8801

ID# 177122 – Product BA8801 – Groutless Copper Metal Backsplash Panel

Copper Sheet Metal Backsplash for Dark Countertops

If you are looking for a durable material with a very easy-to-maintain surface, then sheet metal might be a perfect alternative to tiles! This copper sheet metal backsplash adds a dazzling touch to this otherwise ordinary kitchen which consists of white cabinets and black countertops. The groutless finish of these sheets makes them a perfect choice for kitchen backsplashes

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ID# 177123 – Product BA62038 – Modern White Glass & Quartz Backsplash Tile

Light Gray Kitchen Cabinets with Glossy Mosaic Tiles

Even though this backsplash has a crisp white background, the addition of the silver chips makes this mosaic a piece of art! These silver accents complement the brushed nickel cabinet hardware. The light gray kitchen cabinets create a cohesive look with the backsplash tiles while the black countertop brings a contrasting look that enhances the visual interest.

Backsplash for Dark Wood Countertops

Many homeowners who enjoy a beautiful kitchen with an attractive and traditional style choose wood counters. However, wood is a terrific sustainable resource first and foremost, so it’s not only about how it looks. It’s a terrific surface to operate on and will always be advantageous to you whether you’re chopping up fruit or making meals. Since there are many different types of wood available, you may select the ideal backsplash for dark wood countertops that also perfectly reflects your style and the ideal of your ideal kitchen.

Dark wood countertops give your kitchen design an instant sense of comfort and texture. Wood worktops are a warm alternative to stone and, depending on the type of grain may be used for both heavy-duty work surfaces and ornamental kitchen accents. This kitchen countertop is not only fashionable, but it also has the potential to be less expensive than stone. When you decide on the perfect backsplash for dark wood countertops you will find the best design result for your dreamy kitchen!

Brown Cabinet Rusty Chevron Slate Wall Tile BA1065

ID# 177124 – Product BA1065 – Rusty Brown & Gray Slate Chevron Pattern Mosaic Tile

Dark Green Cabinets with Wood Countertops and Slate Chevron Tiles

The dark green kitchen cabinets provide a sophisticated appeal that is enhanced by brass cabinet hardware! The wood countertops create a cohesive look with the natural green shade while the slate chevron backsplash tiles make a rustic touch with an eye-catching look.

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