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Gray and White Kitchen with Glass Mosaic Tile Backsplash

If you are looking for a timeless color scheme that isn’t just white, a gray-and-white color scheme will be a failsafe option. But being a failsafe option doesn’t mean that you need to sacrifice your style! In this transitional kitchen, the dark gray cabinets create a sleek and sophisticated look as the foundation. To enlighten them, the white marble countertops and glass mosaic tile backsplash are used. These black and gray textured glass tiles create a striking focal point with their puzzle-like layout.

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Glass Subway Backsplash with Wood Floating Shelf

Another great example of how a coastal backsplash can create a serene atmosphere. Adorned with gorgeous blue color transitions, this glass subway backsplash acts as a mural, providing a dynamic backdrop. Eliminating upper cabinets and expanding these tiles through the ceiling enhance the impact. The wood floating shelf provides an additional storage space without breaking the light and airy atmosphere.

Ceiling Height Backsplash

Since a backsplash is a decorative feature that is also added to protect walls from oil spills and water splashes, it unites all other features in the kitchen and creates a visual focal point. That’s why, the choice of the backsplash becomes more and more important when it comes to creating a stylish as well as functional wall covering. In the early years, kitchen backsplashes are generally used as an extension of the countertop, having a 4-inch height. Even though 4-inch backsplashes still can be found in kitchen designs, they are a little bit outdated. And due to their shortness, they might not be enough to protect the wall area. That’s why, today backsplashes span from the top of the countertops to the bottom of the upper cabinets, or they can even reach all the way to the ceiling. So, if you want to learn more about a ceiling-height backsplash, scroll down and find 26+ inspirational kitchen designs.

Make a Modern Spin with a Ceiling-height Backsplash Ideas

The term ‘ceiling-height backsplash’ simply describes a backsplash that spans through the ceiling and covers the entire wall area. In today’s market, backsplash tiles come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, materials, and patterns, that can easily work as a full-height design. So, you don’t have to settle for a simple 4-inch backsplash! Whether you love the dazzling appeal of glass mosaics or want to create a sleek appeal with metal tiles, covering from countertop to under cabinets is a showstopper!

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Marble Ceiling Height Backsplash with White Cabinets

If you are looking to create timeless elegance, there is nothing that can beat marble stone! The ceiling height marble backsplash provides a sleek and elegant backdrop, while the marble countertops seamlessly blend with the tiles. Removing the uppers and replacing them with transparent glass floating shelves enhances the impact of the marble, giving it a light and airy feel. Below, the white cabinets with their brushed nickel cabinet hardware match a clean and fresh look with a modern flair! The dark wood floor is the only element that breaks the white dominance, adding much-needed warmth to the space.

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Marble Flower Mosaic Tile Backsplash with Shaker Cabinets

The clean and rich look of this transitional kitchen welcomes you with a bright atmosphere! While the white shaker cabinets anchor the space, the quartz countertops create a seamless look with the cabinets. Between them, the marble flower mosaic tile backsplash adds a delicate texture, enhancing a luxurious sense. Peaking behind the paneled range hood, these tiles also create a focal point that enhances the overall look. The brass accents like the cabinet hardware and plumbing fixtures perfectly complement the opulence of the marble and add a dose of sparkle that softens the stark white color scheme.

What is the best height for a backsplash?

In the early years, kitchen backsplashes were generally used as the extension of the countertops and the standard height of a backsplash was 4 inches. Even though 4-inch backsplash are still used for residential kitchen designs, they are not so functional and a bit outdated. Since these backsplashes cover a small portion of the walls, they just offer a basic protective layer for the area behind the countertop.

In the modern world of interior designing, backsplashes generally cover the wall space from the top of the countertops to the bottom of the upper cabinets or they can reach all the way up to the ceiling. These two options are more popular than a traditional 4-inch backsplash and better way to create a bold statement with a modern look.

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Black and White Home Bar with Full-height Backsplash

Just like the kitchens, wet bars also need a backsplash to protect the walls against spills. Besides its functional aspect, a well chosen backsplash can easily enhance the look of your home bar, and this one is no exception! Here, the black and white tiles reach through the ceiling and create an eye-catching backdrop. The black cabinets and countertops create a contrast against the tiles, adding depth to the space. The stainless steel beverage cooler and mini fridge complement the contemporary aesthetic!

Material Options for Ceiling Height Backsplash

Whether you want to create a cohesive look with your backsplash or add a statement piece, today`s design world offers a plethora of backsplash materials to curate a variety of appearances. From glossy glass mosaics to classic ceramic tiles or natural stone slabs, each material has its own benefits and drawbacks. Since a backsplash is a permanent component of your design, it is better to learn more about different backsplash materials before your purchase. And if you want to lay your tiles through the ceiling, keep reading and find which material works as a ceiling-height backsplash.

Glass Ceiling Height Backsplash

After gaining popularity in professional kitchens, glass tiles have become more and more popular options for residential projects too. They are popular for a good reason: they are durable, long-lasting, and stylish. Since a backsplash needs to serve both functional and aesthetic values, a glass backsplash is a great way to achieve this goal. Thanks to the wide variety of colors, patterns, and shapes, glass tiles are great materials for creating a full-height backsplash. From tiny glass mosaics to glass sheets, a glass ceiling-height backsplash can be anything.

Besides their gorgeous appeal, these tiles also provide the easiest-to-clean surfaces, thanks to their non-porous skin. You can simply wipe down the tile surfaces with soapy water and a clean cloth!

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White Ceiling Height Backsplash with White Shaker Cabinets and Countertops

Using a white glass ceiling-height backsplash is the best way to give a light and airy feel to kitchens! This failsafe option can work with almost any kitchen design, offering a versatile and timeless backdrop. In this transitional kitchen, for example, the white glass mosaic backsplash shines like a diamond and provides a bright and spacious atmosphere. The white shaker cabinets and quartz countertops are a perfect choice to complete this fresh appearance. White is the main factor and yes the wood floor and the brass accents are the evidence of breaking this monotony!

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Black Cabinets with White Glass Backsplash Tiles and Brass Hardware

A black and white color scheme probably is the most timeless color combination that can be used for kitchens. This classic yet stylish combo can easily give your space a sophisticated appeal, and this transitional kitchen is no exception! Here, the black shaker cabinets anchor the space, providing an elegant foundation. Between them, the white glass chevron backsplash and Silestone quartz countertops enlighten the space. The marble look texture of the glass tiles adds a touch of opulence while the brass cabinet hardware softens the sharp contrast between the black and white.

Should the backsplash go to the ceiling?

There is no certain rule about the height of the backsplash. It basically depends on the personal aspects. However, if you want to create a more protective layer and add a statement-maker look to your backsplash, you can span the backsplash tiles all the way up to the ceiling!

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Blue Ceiling-height Backsplash with White Marble Countertops

Even though the simplest glass tile has a glamorous appeal, you can make a strong statement with bolder tile designs, like this one! Adorned with marble-like textures, these blue hexagon tiles act as a piece of art and create a one-of-a-kind appeal for this kitchen. If you are using a backsplash with such a strong appeal, you can use simpler design elements for the rest to balance the overall look. Here, for example, the white shaker cabinets and marble countertops draw a clean and sleek profile that allows the backsplash tiles to be the star of the show!

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Off-white Kitchen Cabinets with Gray Granite Countertops

If your kitchen has a traditional style and you want to modernize it, replacing your old backsplash is one of the easiest ways to achieve your goal! As you can see in this traditional kitchen, the off-white raised-panel cabinets, paneled range hood, and gray granite countertops perfectly represent the elegance of the traditional style. The addition of the white glass picket mosaic tile backsplash makes a modern spin on this classic look. The full-height placement of the tiles enhances this modern aesthetic flawlessly. Also, the Calacatta gold marble-like veins of these glass tiles complement the luxurious appeal of the cabinets.

Are 4-inch backsplashes outdated?

4-inch backsplashes aren’t necessarily outdated but they aren’t the most popular options, for sure. The standard height of a backsplash is 4 inches and these backsplashes are still used for kitchens, especially for traditional designs. Since a 4-inch backsplash is generally used as an extension of the countertops, it is one of the most budget-friendly options. So, if you are on a budget and the classic appearance of a 4-inch backsplash doesn’t bother you, of course, you can incorporate it into your kitchen. However, taller backsplashes can create a more unified and visually extended look. And they have greater protection from higher splatter.

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All-white Kitchen with Glossy Ceiling Height Backsplash

Even though all-white kitchens have an undeniable beauty that exudes timeless elegance, you can still enhance the stark white appeal by adding small details. Here, for example, the white picket tile backsplash is adorned with a sparkled finish that enhances the visual interest. The geometrical shapes of the tiles add a modern flair against the traditional style of the raised-panel cabinets.

Natural Stone Ceiling Height Backsplash

If you are after a look that will add a signature to your kitchen, you can`t go wrong with natural stone backsplash designs. Being highly sought-after, these tiles can easily add value to your home, providing one-of-a-kind appeals. From marble to travertine, granite, quartzite, limestone, and slate, they come in different material options. And if you want to emphasize the impact of your tiles, a natural stone ceiling-height backsplash will be a stunning addition to your kitchen!

Since there are different types of natural stone tile and, each of them has a different influence, it is better to consider different alternatives and find the right one for your kitchen. For example, marble is the staple of timeless elegance, offering a luxurious touch. Coming in both tile and slab formats, a marble backsplash can easily work with different design aesthetics from modern to traditional. If you are in search of a rustic appeal, slate or travertine tiles might be between alternatives.

Besides their undeniable organic charm, these tiles are also extremely durable, withstanding everyday wear and tear. However, due to their porous skin, they require regular sealing. Compared to other materials like ceramic or porcelain, stone tiles come with higher price tags that might be above your budget. But since a backsplash is a permanent element for kitchens, this investment is definitely worth it! If the price is still too much for you, you can opt for faux stone materials.

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White and Wood Cabinets with Stainless Steel Countertops

When it comes to natural stone backsplashes, marble stands out with its timeless elegance and versatility! In this transitional kitchen, the marble ceiling height backsplash with its chevron pattern offers a sleek and elegant backdrop. The white shaker cabinets create a harmonious look with the marble tiles while the natural wood drawers and the range hood add a warm sense of white dominance. The stainless steel countertops add an industrial flair to the space.

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Natural Wood Cabinets with Slate Ceiling Height Backsplash

If you are a rustic décor lover, slate tiles are perfect for your kitchen backsplash! In this rustic kitchen, the combination of natural materials and a neutral color scheme provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere. While the natural wood cabinets anchor the space, the slate mosaic tile backsplash adds a nice textural look with its organic warmth. The black countertops and floor tiles bring a contrasting look, adding depth to the room. The stainless steel appliances make a cohesive final touch and add a dose of sparkle.

How thick is a full-height backsplash?

The thickness of a backsplash would not depend on the length of its height. The base materials for backsplashes such as glass, metal, ceramics, porcelain, and marble also have a typical thickness. The typical thicknesses for common backsplash materials are generally 1/4 to 3/8 inch for ceramic and porcelain tiles, 3/4 to 1 1/4 inch for stone tiles, and 1/8 to 1/4 inch for glass tiles. Whether you want to use a 15-inch or a full-height backsplash, these thicknesses can be used!

For a full-height backsplash, if you are using a thinner backsplash material like glass, they might be mounted on a backer board to add stability! On the other hand, if you are using a slab ceiling height backsplash which is the same material as your countertops, you can use the same thickness for both of them!

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Modern Marble Backsplash with White Quartz Countertops

Another great example of how a marble backsplash can instantly elevate an all-white color scheme. The modern marble backsplash with its gorgeous gray veining acts as a piece of art, creating a visually interesting backdrop. For the rest, the white color dominates the space through the cabinets and quartz countertops. The plain appeal of the shaker cabinets and countertops allows the counter-to-ceiling backsplash tiles to stand out even more! For a final touch, the brass sconce above the kitchen sink and the faucet add much-needed warmth to the room.

Porcelain Ceiling Height Backsplash

Just like ceramics, porcelain tiles are also made with clay and fired in a kiln. But there is a big difference that sets apart these two materials. Porcelain tiles are made with refined clay and fired at higher temperatures to create a more durable tile. Thanks to this durability, porcelain tiles are always a popular choice for kitchen tile backsplashes. Besides their functional aspects, these long-lasting tiles also come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, patterns and textures that allow you to personalize your space!

Compared to other alternatives like glass, metal or natural stone, porcelain tiles are more affordable options. And if you want to create a ceiling height backsplash, you need to consider the prices because since you need to tile the wall all the way up to the ceiling, you need to purchase more tile and that can cost a small fortune. With their endless design options and affordable prices, porcelain tiles will be a stunning addition to your kitchen!

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Modern Full-height Kitchen Backsplash with Light Wood Cabinets

You can’t go wrong with a soft neutral palette if you love the minimalist designs. You can clearly notice those light gray tiles used as a backsplash and the light shade of wood for the cabinets work together to create a pleasing room. The modern porcelain tile backsplash provides a sleek and elegant backdrop while the light wood cabinets inject a dose of warmth. The white countertops create a balanced layer between the backsplash and cabinets to enlighten the atmosphere!

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Traditional Kitchen with Arabesque Tile Backsplash

If you love traditional designs, an arabesque tile backsplash might be a perfect fit for your kitchen. In this traditional kitchen, the white porcelain arabesque backsplash tiles surround all the wall surfaces, providing a nice textural backdrop. The white shaker-style cabinets, Caesarstone quartz countertops, and paneled range hood perfectly represent the sophistication of the traditional aesthetic. The glass pendant lights above the island complement the light and airy feel of the room while the black hardware slightly punctuates the cabinets.

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Scandinavian Kitchen with Gray Ceiling Height Backsplash

If you want to give your kitchen a light and airy feel, eliminate the wall cabinets and expand the backsplash tiles all the way up to the ceiling! This Scandinavian kitchen perfectly executes this method, offering a well-balanced appeal. The gray flat-panel cabinets with a white countertop offer a sleek and elegant foundation. Above, the gray ceiling height backsplash creates a cohesive look with the cabinets. The vertical placement of these tiles also enhances the space height.

Color Options for Ceiling Height Backsplash

Once you have decided on the material, now it is time to choose the color of your ceiling height backsplash. From bright whites to serene blues, cheerful yellows, or sophisticated blacks, you can find a backsplash tile in almost any color shade. This wide variety allows you to reflect your personality and design your dream home. And if you decide to go with a ceiling height backsplash, the color choice becomes more and more important since the backsplash covers a large portion of the wall space.

White Ceiling Height Backsplash

Needless to say, white is the most popular color option for a good reason. A white backsplash can easily work with any design aesthetic and color scheme, adding a light and airy vibe. Whether you are working on a tiny kitchen space or want to add a bright backdrop, a white backsplash is the most failsafe option, especially when it is used in a full-height layout.

Versatile and timeless, a white ceiling-height kitchen backsplash can take many forms from tiny mosaics to large format slabs, modern hexagons to classic subways. You might think that a simple white backsplash might be too boring but you don’t have to worry about it! Even the simplest white subway tile backsplash can make a stylish stance in your kitchen, especially with a ceiling backsplash height. You can also enhance the stark white appearance by using different finishes or contrasting grout colors.

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White Square Tile Backsplash with Wood Shelves

Playing with natural light, this all-white kitchen offers a bright and spacious atmosphere. Using an all-white color scheme perfectly coordinates with this naturally well-lit space. The white square mosaic tile backsplash provides a sleek backdrop while its textured surface adds visual interest. The wood shelves are the only elements that break the white dominance, bringing warmth to the space.

What is considered a full-height backsplash?

There are two types of backsplashes that can be considered as full-height. First, a backsplash that covers the wall space from the top of the countertop to the bottom of the upper cabinets. This is the most popular option for the modern designs. The second option is to span the tiles all the way up to the ceiling. This dramatic option creates a bold statement and a very unified look!

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All-white Kitchen with Glass Pendant Lights and Metal Accents

Even though backsplash tiles are generally used for the wall space between the countertops and cabinets, you can also cover all wall surfaces in the kitchen. In this all-white kitchen, for example, the white glass and marble mosaic tiles surround the space without giving a heavy feel. The white shaker-style cabinets and white quartz countertops flawlessly complete the light and airy feel of the backsplash tiles.

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Gray and White Kitchen with Modern Marble Backsplash

If you have such a gorgeous backsplash design like this one, don’t limit it! Using a ceiling height layout is a perfect way to enhance the impact of the tiles and make a strong statement. Peaking behind the floating shelves, the modern marble backsplash tiles offer a subtle elegance. The two-tone gray and white cabinets and white countertops perfectly complement this elegant appeal. The chrome cabinet hardware, stainless steel appliances, and plumbing fixtures add a dose of sparkle.

Gray Ceiling Height Backsplash

Providing a balance between neutrality and warmth, gray color is one of the most versatile options for kitchen backsplashes. And if you are bored of white designs but still love the idea of a clean, neutral color scheme, a gray backsplash will never let you down! From bright light gray to almost black ones, gray tiles come in a wide range of shade options, giving you the freedom to choose the right hue that looks downright delicious in your kitchen.

When it comes to a gray ceiling height backsplash, it can be anything from glass mosaics to large format natural stone slabs. As a sleek neutral color that goes with almost every cabinet color and kitchen style, a gray ceiling-height backsplash can easily be the element that finalizes your stylish kitchen!

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Light Gray Kitchen Cabinets with Wood Drawers and Copper Range Hood

Even though gray is a sleek and versatile color, it doesn’t mean that your gray backsplash needs to be boring. This eye-catching glass and metal mosaic is a great example of how a gray backsplash can make a strong statement. Adorned with a puzzle-like layout, this mosaic tile backsplash creates a striking focal point that elevates the entire design. The copper chips of the mosaic perfectly complement the gorgeous copper range hood while the wood drawers complete the warm appeal of them. For the rest, the light gray cabinets serve a sleek and elegant foundation, allowing the other elements to stand out.

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Marble Subway Tille Backsplash with Black Countertops

When it comes to timeless elegance, marble subway tiles stand out with their subtle appeal and undeniable charm. However, if you want to make a modern spin on this classic pattern, try a vertical layout! This way you can also enhance the space height, especially if you will lay the tiles all the way up to the ceiling! And to complement this modern elegance, white shaker style cabinetry and black countertops will be the most failsafe yet stylish options.

Black Ceiling Height Backsplash

Edgy and catchy, black is a color that can easily lend sophistication to any space. It is a timeless color that never goes out of style and easily creates a moody atmosphere, especially when it is used as a focal point of the space like a kitchen backsplash! But can you make a black backsplash even more distinctive? Yes, you definitely can: a black ceiling-height backsplash. Even though a black backsplash has already a striking appeal, laying the tiles all the way up to the ceiling will give you the opportunity to create a masterpiece with your backsplash!

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Gray Kitchen Design with Flat-panel Cabinets and Brass Accents

If you want to create a sleek and timeless kitchen design, go with an all-gray color palette! Thanks to the variety of gray shades, you can create a dynamic appeal even with one color, and this kitchen is a perfect example of it. Here, the light gray cabinets and concrete countertops draw a modern profile, anchoring the design. Above, the dark gray vertical tile backsplash brings a contrasting look, making a bold statement. Using a lighter grout color perfectly emphasizes the vertical pattern. The brass accents make a final touch to add warmth.

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Ceiling Height Subway Tile Backsplash with Black Countertops

Even though white is the most popular option for subway tiles, you can create bolder statements with darker shades. For example, this dark gray subway tile backsplash is definitely a statement maker, offering a moody atmosphere. Black countertops perfectly complement this dramatic appeal while the white flat panel cabinets balance the heavy look by enlightening the atmosphere.

Colorful Ceiling Height Backsplash

There is no doubt that classic neutrals like white, gray, and black are beautiful and have the power to create stylish and timeless kitchen designs. However, if you are bored with these classic options and feeling a bit adventurous, what not using a colorful ceiling height backsplash? Adding a style and visual interest to your kitchen has been never easier with a colorful backsplash. A statement maker backsplash design can easily spice up any kitchen and colorful tiles are a gorgeous and fun way to do it.

Whether you are designing a modern, beach-style, vintage-inspired, or traditional kitchen, choosing the right hue for your backsplash is the thing that will tie the whole space together. So, you are free to choose any color you want! From luxurious jewel tones to soft pastels, you can find a backsplash tile in almost any color.

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Colorful Ceiling Height Backsplash with White Shaker Cabinets

If you already have white cabinets and black countertops in your kitchen and want to spice up this classic look, a colorful backsplash is a fun way to achieve your goal! In this transitional kitchen, for example, the colorful mosaic tile backsplash instantly brings a joyful feel and enhances the visual interest. The gorgeous red and beige colors of this counter-to-ceiling tile also soften the sharp contrast between the white cabinets and black countertops.

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Glass Herringbone Backsplash Tiles with Marble Countertops

Beach-style kitchens are known for their serene and tranquil atmospheres and this one is no exception! Here, the bluish-gray kitchen cabinets serve a modern appeal with their slab front door style. Between them, the blue glass herringbone backsplash with its gorgeous color transitions creates a contrast in terms of texture. The gray marble countertops create a cohesive look with this beach backsplash design. The stainless steel appliances make a harmonious final touch, complementing gray undertones.

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