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Green Handless Cabinets with Brass Backsplash and Faucet

Embraced by a chic and modern vibrancy, these handless-style green kitchen cabinets look stunning! The light wood floor perfectly complements the natural hues of the green while the addition of the brass backsplash and faucet create a contrast against these hues and spice up the atmosphere.

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Glass Subway Tile Backsplash with Brass-look Texture

In the realm of the backsplash tiles, you can find endless material options, even a material that acts as a different one! As such in this contemporary kitchen, the glass subway tiles look like a brass material thanks to their glossy and textured surfaces. The dazzling look of the tiles also creates a contrast, in terms of finishes, against the matte black kitchen cabinets that provide an elegant backdrop. The wood countertops seamlessly blend with the tiles while the wood floating shelves enhance the visual interest of this accent wall.

Brass Backsplash

Backsplashes are one of the most important elements of a kitchen. They directly affect the stance of the cabinets and the ambiance of the space. Therefore, a careful choice must be made. A choice should be made by checking that it is in harmony with the design vision as well as meeting the demands in terms of functionality. Metallic materials have become a popular choice in kitchen designs and seem to hold their ground for a long time. And a brass backsplash is one of these metallic designs that can easily add a wow factor to your kitchen!

Incorporate the Glamorous Look of Brass!

When it comes to kitchen backsplashes, from classic subway tiles to glossy glass ones, there are unlimited material options. However, from the more unusual kitchen backsplash ideas, brass backsplashes offer an eye-catching appeal that surfaces have antimicrobial properties. And that makes them a great choice for an active working kitchen. It is available in large-sized slabs and brass tile backsplash. You can also allow the rice to darken a bit, giving it an extra texture and creating successful concepts!

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Scandinavian Kitchen with Brass Backsplash and White Countertops

When the tranquil feel of the green meets with the warm brass, the result is just perfect with this winning combination! The aged brass backsplash directly draws attention to this Scandinavian kitchen and creates an eye-catching backdrop. The green wall paint above the backsplash brings depth to the space while the white cabinets and walls provide a clean and sleek frame for these features. Last but not least, the wood kitchen island enriched by glass-fronted cabinet doors maximizes the functionality of the space.

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Black Shaker Cabinets with Brick Backsplash and Brass Sheet

Since the brass material has a striking appeal, you can easily make an unexpected twist with a brass sheet backsplash as in this transitional kitchen! The brass backsplash behind the stove brings a glamorous and glossy look against the rustic appeal of the brick backsplash tiles. This contrast in terms of finishes, provides a visually appealing focal point while the black shaker cabinets and white countertops create a classic yet stylish appearance that allows the backsplash design to stand out and be the star of the show!

How to install a brass backsplash?

To install a brass backsplash, you first need a sander, sponge, painter’s tape, fine-tuning grout, notched trowel, tape measure, wet saw, grout gauge, grout sealer, and caulk gun. Then you need to clean and sand the application area to create a smooth surface. Then, the boundaries of the area to be made with the separator tape are determined.


Clean all appliances and countertop items from the area where the backsplash will be installed. Also, to prevent damage to your countertop, cover it with something like a cloth or cardboard. Remove any fixtures that may be damaged or obstructed. Before installation, be sure to turn off all electricity in your kitchen. Because metal backsplash has a higher risk of transmitting electric shocks.
Before you start building, place the tiles elsewhere and create the layout. In this way, you can easily find which parts need to be cut. If you are using a slab backsplash, the slab parts are made ready by taking the dimensions of the area to be applied and calculating the number of parts to be made.


You can lay the tiles on the mortar by spreading the adhesive mortar in small sections with a notched trowel. This step can be skipped if your backsplash has an adhesive backing. And follow these steps until you have covered all the surfaces. If grout is used, make sure that the grout lines are straight, and make sure it goes straight with the help of a laser or a wooden board.

Remove the backsplash protective overlay, if applicable. After about 10 to 15 minutes, you can remove the protective paper or plastic from the backsplash surface. Plastic can usually peel off easily. You may need to wet your sponge and moisten it before removing the protective paper. It’s a good idea to keep the pavement on the backsplash up to this point to prevent damage.
After peeling off the protective coating on your backsplash, if any sticky or paper remains on it, rub it gently with a non-abrasive nylon brush, then wipe the surface with a clean, damp sponge.


Apply grout to the backsplash if needed. This will likely be necessary for brass mosaic tiles, but the backsplash that comes with adhesive may not require grouting. Use only unsanded grout to protect the brass surface. You should heed the grout instructions for best results, but to apply grout in general: use a rubber grout float to spread the grout over your backsplash. Using firm pressure, apply the grout toward the joints between the backsplash materials.

Wait 15 minutes to an hour before using a dampened sponge to remove excess grout from the backsplash surface. Clean using light pressure, too much pressure can remove the joints from the joints.

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Modern White Kitchen Cabinets with Burshed Brass Sheet Backsplash

If you want to add a dazzling look to your white kitchen, a brass-sheet backsplash will be a perfect fit! This brass backsplash adorned with a brushed finish creates a focal point with a glamorous appeal. The plain and clean look of the modern white cabinets provides a sleek frame for the backsplash and makes it stand out. The glass pendant lights above the island make a cohesive final touch that enhances the airy feel.

Brass Sheet Backsplash

The premium aesthetics of brass sheet backsplashes are carefully considered; they provide a unique look that can be customized to precise measurements, guaranteeing a perfect fit in any intended space. Brass, as opposed to stainless steel, has a distinct character that gives the room warmth and refinement. Because of its processing adaptability, customization is simple, whether it is applied in normal sizes or cut to fit particular needs.

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Green Kitchen Cabinets with White Quartz Countertops

The addition of a brass backsplash material will go perfectly with your green kitchen cabinets to create a sophisticated yet cozy ambiance! To provide a seamless appearance, the recessed walls’ wall paint is likewise painted in the same deep green hue. Between the rich and deep hues, the white quartz counters add a light and airy look, and the backsplash is complemented by the brass cabinet hardware.

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Eclectic Kitchen with Green Cabinets and Dark Wood Floor

If you want to incorporate the dazzling appeal of the brass but hesitate to cover the entire wall space with it, you can still give the same impact by placing the brass sheet only behind the stove! As you can see in this eclectic kitchen, the brass sheet backsplash is perfectly placed in the recessed niche behind the stove and creates an eye-catching focal point. The dark green shaker-style kitchen cabinets perfectly complement the sophisticated and dramatic look of the aged brass while the white countertops add a fresh feel. The dark wood floor and the countertop of the kitchen island enhance the drama with a nice textural look.

Brushed Brass Backsplash

By adding a brushed finish to the iconic, golden brass, its shine can be taken away. This perfect matte surface creates a striking focal point in applied areas. Users even use these brushed brass sheets to create stunning backsplashes, wallcoverings, and more. And these brushed brass backsplashes aren’t just for good looks; the brushed texture makes them less likely to attract fingerprints and other marks. This also makes maintenance easier.

Even before brushing, sheet brass is an excellent metal for use in interior design. Besides its timeless gold color, it is versatile and perfect with its zinc and copper alloy. It is easy to engrave and process. It also has high tensile strength!

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Open-concept Modern Kitchen with White Cabinets

Simple yet effective! The crisp white colors of the kitchen cabinets worked perfectly, muted, and elegant against the pale walls. The gold backsplash sheet makes an unexpected twist that adds some quirky vibes. The gold metal counter chairs complement the glamorous appeal of the backsplash while the wood floor brings warmth to the atmosphere.

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White Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops with Wood Floor

If you have an all-white kitchen, using an eye-catching material for your backsplash will create an accent wall! Here, the gold backsplash creates a striking focal point. Also, with its brushed finish, it makes a vintage twist against the modern look of the white cabinets and white quartz countertops. For a final touch, the wood floor complements the warm sense of the brass.

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White Raised-panel Cabinets with Wood Countertops

The traditional lines are given some color by the brass backsplash which blends in with the wooden accents of cozier, more personal kitchens! The colors of the cabinet accessories and brass backsplash come together to create a flawless whole that looks like a piece of art. The details stand out because of the white background and the reflections of copper and gold. The diverse kitchen design tells warm and colorful stories, but it also exudes a powerful atmosphere that lets us, the audience, create our own narratives.

Backsplash With Brass Accents

The backsplash is one of the most important elements of the space. They are the most effective factors that reflect the personality of the place. With the applied backsplash types, it can leave a completely different effect in the same kitchen. There are unlimited design examples in various materials, patterns, and colors.

Brass is a type of material that is very popular as a backsplash and is used in many projects. But another option that is starting to climb higher in popularity is brass-accented backsplashes. It is a type that is composed of materials such as ceramic, marble, and brass, creating a certain pattern and exhibiting cool and unique stances.

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Marble Backsplash with Brass Accents and Gray Countertops

You can be as imaginative as you like when it comes to a backsplash! The distinct forms of the marble tiles in this transitional kitchen create a statement and provide a one-of-a-kind contrast to the two-tone kitchen cabinets. The warm appeal of the wood cabinets is wonderfully complemented by the gold tiles which also add a unique charm.

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Marble Subway Tile Backsplash with White Cabinets and Quartz Countertops

The backsplash made with marble subway tiles is timeless and classic! The outcome is indisputable perfection—the effortless elegance of modern splashback combined with the opulent appearance of marble! Gold accents give this classic kitchen a dash of glitz while maintaining its timeless appeal. Chrome hardware, a gray range hood and gray countertops go well with white kitchen cabinets.

Brass Tile Backsplash

Brass tile backsplashes add warmth and richness to any space while effortlessly achieving an attractive blend of classic style and sophistication! The unique golden color of brass tiles gives your kitchen a sophisticated, rich character and a visually arresting focal point. There are a ton of different tiled design options for pattern and texture outside of brass sheets that can add flair to your room!

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Diamond Tile Backsplash with White Countertops and Wood Island

If you are looking for a statement-maker backsplash design, then you will love this contemporary kitchen! Adorned by an eye-catching diamond shape, the brass tile backsplash makes an unexpected twist against the clean and modern lines of the white cabinets. The dazzling look of the backsplash tiles acts as a piece of art and transforms this otherwise neutral kitchen into a kitchen with a bunch of personality. The light wood kitchen island complements the warm sense of the brass while the dark gray floor tiles bring depth to the space.

Can you use brass as a backsplash?

Whether brass or copper, bringing a metallic backsplash into your kitchen is a great way to add a touch of luxury to a modern space. And because there are no grout lines, there is much less scrubbing than typical tile. It is a beautiful and very practical material.

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White Kitchen Cabinets with Gold Subway Tile Backsplash

For any kind of kitchen, white subway tiles are a timeless and classic material choice. However, how about giving these tiles a unique appearance? The gold mirror subway tiles in this modern kitchen give it a really glitzy appearance! The white worktops and kitchen cabinets give the backsplash tiles a striking contrast that makes them the focal point of the room. Additionally, the mirror tiles give the impression of a larger room because of their reflected surfaces.

How do you clean a brass splashback?

Due to their flat surfaces and durability, brass backsplashes are very easy to clean materials. All you need is a soft cloth and warm water! You can damp the cloth into water and gently scrub the brass surfaces.

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Brass Penny Tiled Backsplash with Matte Black Cabinets

This modern kitchen is the ideal illustration of how varied textures can still look great on penny tile backsplashes, despite the fact that white is the most popular color! The matte black kitchen cabinets provide a clean and sophisticated base while the penny tile backsplash embraced by a luxurious aspect makes a visually appealing focal point. The chrome faucet contrasts with the glittering tile design, and the black worktops and cabinets work together to create a seamless impression.

How often does brass need to be polished?

Brass has an opulent and sophisticated appearance but it does require routine maintenance to keep it that way! It is typical for brass to require cleaning every two to three weeks in order to keep it from tarnishing and to maintain its optimum appearance.

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Subway Tile Backsplash Behind the Stove and Dark Blue Walls

Every element in this eclectic kitchen catches the eye and contributes to the overall pleasing appearance! The room is complemented by the deep and sophisticated dark blue painted walls while the gold subway tile backsplash behind the stove adds a striking contrast and eye-catching appeal. The white quartz countertops and gray shaker cabinets offer a traditional yet fashionable base. The glitzy appearance of the backsplash tiles is complemented by the brass cabinet hardware as a finishing touch.

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White and Brass Backsplash

A backsplash that combines white and brass creates a tasteful balance of elegance and simplicity! A modest yet exquisitely refined look is produced when the luxurious attraction of brass and the spotless purity of white is married. This combination has drawn interest from designers and consumers alike and has proven to be very successful. A variety of materials, such as marble, ceramic, glass and mosaic, can be combined to create imaginative pattern works that produce intriguing and varied outcomes.

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Light Blue Kitchen Cabinets with Floral Backsplash and Gold Accents

The warm color palette of the transitional kitchen creates an appealing atmosphere. The room’s muted color scheme is enhanced by brass hardware and textural features like wooden floating corner shelves and a white marble and gold backsplash with floral designs. The floral motif on the backsplash has a warm golden tone. Pastel blue Shaker-style cabinets create a cohesive look, while brass hardware adds a glamorous touch to the blue cabinets. On the kitchen island is an undermount sink with a bronze gooseneck faucet. Apart from the two industrial-style, clear glass globe lighting fixtures with brass hardware above the island, the internal accent lighting in the kitchen cabinets highlights the open shelves where you may proudly display your high-priced items.

Does brass rust or tarnish?

Brass does not rust because it contains a small amount of iron. However, over time it can develop a bluish patina from exposure to oxygen. This does not affect the structural integrity of the metal such as rust!

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White and Brass Backsplash with White Cabinets and Dark Floor Tiles

This kitchen backsplash, which combines extraordinary backsplash and white plain modern cabinets, sets an example of how differences can affect kitchens! The backsplash, where white shiny triangular pieces come together with gold pieces and thus add liveliness to the space, shows itself in perfect harmony with the white cabinet and white countertop. While the two different coatings on the floor limit the space based on texture, it also states that there are differences in the space functionally. White cabinets are used in the same form as wood, providing a warmer and more relaxing effect.

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