Backsplash for Wood Countertops – Porcelain, Marble, Glass and More!

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Brown Cabinet Rusty Chevron Slate Wall Tile BA1065

ID# 181301 – Product BA1065 – Rusty Brown & Gray Slate Chevron Mosaic Tile

Green Cabinets and Slate Backsplash for Wood Countertops

The dark-hued green shaker cabinets and the cozy, wood-toned countertop design go well with the slate chevron backsplash! The kitchen is given a rustic touch by the rusty brown and gray color and rough texture of the slate tiles which also go well with the natural warmth of the countertops and cabinetry. The brass cabinet hardware completes the look by adding a dash of glitz to the otherwise neutral color scheme!

Rusty brown gray slate mosaic backsplash tile BA1063

ID# 181307 – Product BA1063 – Rusty Brown & Gray Slate Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Slate Mosaic Tile Backsplash for Wood Countertops

With their rustic appeal and organic warmth, slate tiles can be a great pair for wood countertops. Both slate and wood are natural materials and together they can create a warm and inviting atmosphere in your kitchen! You can complement this natural look with neutral-colored cabinets like brown, black or gray. And don’t forget to add some metallic accents to finalize your design with a touch of sparkle! To find more slate tile backsplash ideas, check out our online shop!

Backsplash for Wood Countertops

Wooden countertops provide a timeless classic look with their ever-changing materials and styles! While the natural texture of wood creates a warm ambiance in kitchens, many various designs can be created with wooden kitchen countertops. Beautiful warm textures can be added to the kitchen with many options such as butcher’s log, walnuts, brazil cherries and maples. Whether you decide to go with a classic butcher block or a rustic reclaimed wood, you need to find the right backsplash for wood countertops!

Complete the Warm and Organic Appeal of the Wood Countertops

Wood countertops’ adaptable constructions produce results that complement any backsplash design! A variety of backsplash materials, including wood, marble, ceramic, mosaic and glass, go well with the natural warmth of wood counters. The color of the kitchen cabinets, their style and the color of the hardwood countertop are all factors to consider when choosing backsplashes.

Wooden countertops not only look nice and warm but also provide resistance to abrasion. To use your wooden countertops comfortably for a long time, you can lay a protective coating. Not all wood types are suitable for countertops, so you should take care to do the right work with someone who knows.

White Kitchen Cabinets Rose Gold Beveled Edge Glass Backsplash Tile BA8009

ID# 181302 – Product BA8006 – Rose Gold & Beige Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Rose Gold and Beige Glass Mosaic Backsplash with White Cabinets

If you decide to use wood countertops, you can complement the warm sense of them by using beige-colored backsplash tiles! As you can see in this kitchen, the glass mosaic tiles are adorned with rose gold, beige, and white colors, creating an eye-catching look. The glossy surface of the glass backsplash presents a clean, elegant and quality stance. White shaker cabinets perfectly frame these tiles and provide a bright and spacious atmosphere.

Is our wood countertops a good idea?

One kind of material that produces sophisticated and compassionate designs is wooden countertops! They produce aesthetically beautiful appeals and can deal with a wide range of materials and designs with ease! It is not, however, always a wise solution for every user because it needs more upkeep than other bench choices. A more resilient and adaptable material, like granite or quartz stone, which is equally as gorgeous as wooden counters, can be a wise choice if you are not excellent at maintaining your kitchen.

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Types of Wood Countertops

Wooden counters, combined with their elegant, traditional, and warm style, are a popular choice for homeowners looking for a stylish kitchen. Wooden countertops are not only beautiful but also a great sustainable material. It has a great surface to work on while preparing your meals. A wide variety of wooden countertop options are available. You can find the type that suits your taste and kitchen style. There are varieties of wooden countertops that provide fascinating and cool looks, such as bamboo, brazil cherry, maple, oak, teak, walnut, wenge, and butcher block.

Which Types of Wood is Best for Kitchen Countertops?

To give a few examples, walnut countertops add texture to the kitchens they are applied to. This type of wood will become darker and brighter as time goes on and is used. For a natural patina, take care not to clean wood countertops with abrasive chemicals instead you can only wash the countertop with warm, soapy water and a monthly scrubbing with mineral oil is fine.

Butcher block counters are made from strips of wood glued together while creating a solid workspace. This wood countertop has been used as a base for chopping and slicing at butchers for many years but is now becoming a more popular choice. The butcher block, which is generally applied and more economical than natural stone or quartz materials, is a budget-friendly option for kitchen countertops.

Backsplash for Light Wood Countertops

Light wood countertops generally provide a harmonious combination with light cabinets and backsplash. Successful designs can be achieved with fresh and clean stances of light tones. While beautiful and different effects can be created with gray, green, and blue tones, contrast harmonies can be achieved with cabinets and backsplashes in dark tones. When choosing a backsplash with light wood countertops, the general concept of the space, how much light it receives, the colors of other elements, and most importantly the user’s wishes are necessary. When these become clear, it is quite easy to harmonize the light wood counter with the backsplash!

What is the best wood for a countertop?

If we count the best wood species to choose for a countertop, bamboo, brazil cherry, maple, oak, teak, walnut and wenge are the main wood countertop options!

Gray Cabinet Gray Black Metallic Textured Glass Backsplash Tile BA8004

ID# 181303 – Product BA8004 – Black & Gray Textured Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Glass Mosaic Backsplash with Butcher Block Countertops

In the kitchen design which consists of gray shaker lower cabinets and white glass upper cabinets, the light wood countertop is accompanied by a glass mosaic tile backsplash. These black and gray glass tiles adorned with a textured finish act as a piece of art and create a visually pleasing focal point between the cabinets. The addition of the light wood countertops is a perfect way to balance the black, white and gray colors!

Are our wood countertops easy to maintain?

Wooden countertops are a sort of material that takes a lot of upkeep, despite the fact that they generate fashionable and aesthetically pleasant charms! Compared to other materials, it is more prone to damage from spills and splashes and not all types of wood can resist things like spills, impacts and cut marks like a typical kitchen counter. On the other hand, a wooden counter can last for many years if it is properly and consistently maintained! If you are willing to pay a little more attention to your countertops wood can be a great alternative!

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How long do wooden countertops last?

You can use wooden countertops that have been properly installed and maintained for many years! Factory finishes usually come with a warranty and may only include the separation of glued joint portions. So, if you provide regular cleaning on your wood countertops, you can use them for many years!

Backsplash for Dark Wood Countertops

Dark wood countertops are typically employed as focal points in kitchen designs. An eye-catching impression is produced by the contrast between dark wood counters and light cabinets. Additionally, it might be designed with dark colors and a generally gloomy vibe. It goes well with many kinds of backsplash materials and hues because of the cozy quality of the wood, its fashionable position, and its usefulness!

To give a few examples of wooden countertops, the two darkest wood types that are mostly used for countertops are wenge and walnut. In particular, the Peruvian walnut tree is dark chocolate brown. Wenge, on the other hand, is a heavy wood with an attractive appearance with its strong grain and fine color variety. It has a darker brown color with black veins and white stripes. Wenge has high abrasion resistance and high bending strength. When choosing dark wood countertops and backsplash, the general concept of the space, cabinet colors, cabinet types, and how much light they get are all important details.

How do you maintain wood countertops?

Apart from the fact that the majority of wood countertops depend on the proper care and maintenance to stay durable and beautiful, the maintenance process is vital. Wiping with a water-softened cloth and a mild solution of dish detergent or water and vinegar is a must-do on a daily to keep the wooden counters as immaculate as possible and ensure a pretty long service life. Avoided harsh chemicals that destroy glossy wood finishing. Sealing or applying oil treatment will protect different types of wood periodically. Whether the piece is heavily used or simply the type of wood selected, it may be necessary to sand and refinish every so often to make the surface look like new.

BA1123-brown metal glass modern kitchen backsplash tile

ID# 181304 – Product BA1123 – Multicolored Glass & Metal Mosaic Backsplash Tile

Multicolored Mosaic Tile Backsplash with Dark Gray Cabinets

In this modern kitchen, which consists of dark anthracite cabinets, dark wood countertops and multicolored backsplash, a neutral color scheme offers a sleek and elegant overall look! The sleek stance of gray provides a versatile foundation for the space while the multicolored glass mosaic tiles create a focal point. The dark wood countertops perfectly complement the modern elegance of the flat-front cabinetry.

Backsplash Colors and Materials for Wood Countertops

When designing a kitchen, wooden countertops are a very trendy and stylish option! With its comfortable workspace, style and warm stance, it creates an intimate ambiance in the kitchens. It easily adapts to almost any style and adds a different dimension to kitchens. From the modern to the traditional, eclectic kitchen and industrial styles wood countertops achieve beautiful designs with all kitchen types.

Another element that needs to be in harmony with wooden countertops is the backsplash. When choosing a backsplash, the most important point is the cabinet type and color! Because wood catches a beautiful harmony with its warm effect in every environment it enters. White backsplashes can create fresh and clean looks and heartwarming concepts while dark tones can provide cool and characteristic spaces. In addition to these, marble backsplashes with their quality and luxury effects, ceramic backsplashes with unlimited colors, patterns, and sizes, and wooden backsplashes with their effects that create warm integrity are the most preferred options for wooden countertops that produce beautiful results!

White Backsplash for Wood Countertops

White backsplashes with their clean and fresh stance, make the applied areas brighter and more interesting! These backsplashes have various types of materials such as marble, ceramic, glass and mosaic.

It is a very successful duo with white backsplashes and wooden countertops! The warm effect of wood and the pure, clean stance of white provide unique effects. Often complimented by white cabinets, this duo also pairs well with cabinets in darker hues or vibrant hues of colors such as green and blue, producing beautiful results.

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ID# 181305 – Product BA310131 – White Porcelain Arabesque Backsplash Tile

White Arabesque Tile Backsplash with Off-white Cabinets

We are faced with the elegant harmony of white and wood in the kitchen design, which consists of the harmonious combination of off-white shaker cabinets, white backsplash and wood countertops! The off-white cabinets dominate the space and provide a bright and airy atmosphere. The white arabesque tile backsplash seamlessly blends with cabinets while the unique pattern of tiles enhances visual interest. Between the cabinets and backsplash, the light wood countertops soften the white colors and bring warmth to the atmosphere. The beige walls and floor tiles perfectly complement the warm sense of the countertops.

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Dark Backsplash for Wood Countertops

The noble and cool stances of dark colors offer unique and dramatic effects in designs! With the characteristic and sophisticated stances of dark colors, they leave breathtaking effects. There are various types of dark backsplash options, such as marble, ceramic, and glass, and various patterns and sizes to suit any kitchen.

Dark backsplashes, which form a stylish duo with wooden countertops, are a very successful choice for those who want a different design. Depending on the kitchen design, it can be combined with white cabinets or with cabinets in dark tones. In addition, design elements are shaped according to cabinet types.

white cabinets black countertop with slate subway backsplash tile BA1045

ID# 181306 – Product BA1045 – Modern Black Slate Subway Backsplash Tile

Black Slate Subway Tile Backsplash with White Cabinets

In the kitchen design, which consists of white shaker cabinets, slate subway tile backsplash and black countertops, the addition of the wood countertop for the breakfast bar breaks the monochrome color scheme and brings warmth to the atmosphere! The combination of the white shakers and black subway tiles provides a timeless elegance with a touch of opulence. While stainless steel appliances are taking their place, dark tones and cool harmony of wood are striking.

Stone Backsplash for Wood Countertops

From modern to classical, from contemporary to nostalgic kitchens, whichever direction you plan to take your kitchen, stone backsplash adapts to all design types with their quality stances. There are several variations, creating desired sizes and shapes. Moving designs can be made by blending them with mosaics and glass chips. Stone backsplashes will take their place in your kitchens uniquely and tastefully. Together with wooden countertops, they provide a harmonious combination. The warm, friendly effect of wood and the elegant, cool style of natural stone complement each other to create pleasant designs.

What backsplash goes with wood countertops?

Several options work nicely with the warmth of wood when choosing a backsplash to go with wood countertops. A timeless and sophisticated design can be achieved with natural stone tiles like marble or travertine or with classic subway tiles in muted colors. Subtle tinted glass tiles have a contemporary, reflected aspect and neutral-hued tiles in tones like beige, gray or gentle blues can produce a unified style. Brick or rustic tiles provide a rustic vibe while patterned or subtly designed tiles give individuality without overpowering the wood.

Gray modern limestone backsplash black faucet BA1038

ID# 181308 – Product BA1038 – Modern Gray Long Limestone Backsplash Tile

Modern Gray Limestone Backsplash Tiles with Gray Grout

Being one of the most versatile colors, gray can be a perfect couple with wood countertops. And if you are in search of a gray backsplash tile, look no further. Our modern long gray limestone backsplash is ready to enhance your wood countertops! You can finish these tiles with a gray grout, like in this example, to create a cohesive backdrop. To complement the modern appeal of the tiles, a black kitchen sink and faucet is an excellent choice.

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Modern Long Beige Porcelain Mosaic Tile BA4501

ID# 181309 – Product BA4501 – Modern Beige Long Porcelain Tile Backsplash

Modern Beige Porcelain Backsplash with a Long and Slim Shape

If you want to use a wood countertop for your kitchen but the maintenance scares you, we have a great suggestion: laminate countertops with a wood trim! The combination of laminate’s wide variety of colors and patterns with the warmth and natural beauty of wood trim can easily give the desired look that you want. And these alternatives are much more affordable than natural wood countertops! In this contemporary kitchen for example, the white laminate countertop with wood trim is paired with a modern beige porcelain tile backsplash. The beige color perfectly complements the warm sense of the wood while the gray cabinets provide a sleek and elegant foundation!

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