42+ Dark Kitchen Backsplash
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Wood Cabinets with Dark Kitchen Backsplash and Black Hardware
The neutral color scheme and the natural textures offer a warm and welcoming kitchen design! The black herringbone tile backsplash modernizes the overall look while the black hardware complement the backsplash. The natural wood kitchen cabinets give a cozy vibe while the green kitchen island with gray concrete countertop serves a unique look.
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White Cabinets with Black Subway Tiles and Wood Floating Shelves
With natural details, this modern kitchen creates a luxurious experience. The black backsplash works great with the white quartz countertops, white cabinets, and wood open shelf trend. Wooden open shelves provide some breathing space and provide additional visual interest. White quartz kitchen countertop, black base, and wooden legs make up the stylish kitchen island that integrates with the wooden floor. Leather barstools, modern black lighting, and brass handle complete the look of this kitchen with black wooden beams.
Dark Kitchen Backsplash
Kitchen backsplashes are one of the most important elements for kitchens that brings all the other elements together. Traditionally, the main aspect of the backsplashes is functional. They create a protective layer for the walls to prevent deformation from water and food splashes. However, besides its functionality, a backsplash can also add visual interest by creating visually pleasing surfaces. With the endless variety of materials, colors, and styles, a backsplash can instantly elevate the overall look. Of all these options, bright colors especially the white ones are the most common options for backsplashes. But, if you want to emphasize the backsplash and create a more dramatic appeal, dark-colored backsplashes will be a perfect addition to your design project! Keep reading and find the stylish dark kitchen backsplash ideas to find some inspiration!
From classic white subway tiles to sleek hexagons, we are seeing white color on most of the backsplash designs. Yes, these tiles provide a timeless appeal with their clean and fresh look, and thanks to their versatility, they can work with different colors and styles. But what about trying something different? A dark kitchen backsplash can also be as timeless as white tiles and they can be the centerpiece of your kitchen. From elegant navy blues to sophisticated blacks, there are plenty of color options to create a dark-colored focal point. To find more about these tiles, scroll down and search for these stunning design ideas!
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Black Cabinets with Dark Kitchen Backsplash and Gray Countertops
If you want to create a super modern look, there is no better option than matte black paint! In this contemporary kitchen design, The matte black modern cabinets, island, and dark kitchen backsplash offer a sleek and elegant look. The black-painted brick backsplash creates a nice textural look between the flat surfaces of the cabinets. The gray accents such as the countertops and the counter chairs bring a fresh look between the black-dominated space and make a soft touch.
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White Kitchen Cabinets with Dark Blue Glass Subway Tiles
Using a dark-colored backsplash for the white kitchen cabinets is the best way to emphasize the backsplash and create a striking focal point. In this transitional kitchen, the dark blue glass subway tile backsplash draws attention at first sight and creates an eye-catching focal point. White kitchen cabinets create a clean and fresh frame for the backsplash and with their simple design, they allow the backsplash tiles to stand out. Also, the glossy appeal of the glass tiles complements the bright overall look. The gray countertop softens the bright look of the cabinets while the black hardware nicely contrasts with the cabinets to give a luxurious feel.
Dark Mosaic Tiles
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Transitional Kitchen with Waterfall Kitchen Island
The traditional height of a backsplash is 4 inches, however, in the modern design aesthetic, backsplashes reach the ceiling. This full-height placement offers more impactful looks. In this transitional kitchen, the dark gray full-height backsplash serves as a sleek backdrop for the white cabinets. The glossy look of the glass tile backsplash reflects the light and makes the space feel larger. Also, the beautiful texture of the tiles gives a wavy effect. The quartz waterfall kitchen island and the blue velvet counter chairs add a sense of luxury to the design.
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Elegant Kitchen with Dark Gray Cabinets and Black Appliances
Clean, sleek, and elegant! The black-dominated color scheme offers a sophisticated contemporary kitchen design! The black brick backsplash brings a nice texture between the modern dark kitchen cabinets. The black busy granite countertop complements this textural look!
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Open Concept Kitchen with Black Cabinets and Wood Peninsula
In this open concept kitchen, the modern black cabinets, black countertops, and the matte black backsplash create an accent between the white wall and ceiling. Using all-black features also brings depth to the atmosphere. The wooden kitchen peninsula softens the sharp look of the black features while bringing warmth to the atmosphere.
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Black Quartz Backsplash and Countertop with Modern White Cabinetry
This kitchen is so striking and strong with this white cabinetry and black accents! The black hardware and the black appliances give a pop to white classic slab door cabinets. The quartz Vicostone countertop goes all the way up the backsplash for a real wow factor and these stunning stone slabs bring depth between the white cabinetry. The black and white color scheme is continued on the floor tiles.
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Dark Kitchen Backsplash with Espresso Cabinets and Granite Countertops
In this contemporary kitchen, dark colors perfectly come together and offer an elegant look. Even if the kitchen has a dark color scheme, thanks to the window openings and the white ceiling, it has a spacious atmosphere. The glossy finish of the brown backsplash contrasts with the matte surfaces of the espresso cabinets and enhances the brightness by reflecting the light. The full-height design of the cabinets both provides a sleek backdrop and also plenty of storage space without breaking the design. The gray granite countertops create a harmonious look with the brown shades while the dark wood flooring creates a continuous look with the cabinetry.
Different Dark Color Options for Kitchen Backsplash
Dark-colored backsplashes have a strong and impactful appeal, but which color is right for your design? Each color has different visual impacts and before choosing the color, you need to decide what kind of visual aspect you have! Also, when deciding the color of your backsplash, you need to consider the other elements like cabinets and countertops. There is plenty of color option to create a dark kitchen backsplash and whether it is a sleek dark gray or elegant black, warm dark brown, or adventurous dark green, you can create statement maker backdrops with a dark kitchen backsplash. Keep reading and find these different color options in different styled kitchens!
Dark Gray Kitchen Backsplash
Gray is a versatile color that has thousands of shades. From very light grays to almost black ones, there are variations of gray including grayscale shades that lie between white and black. Of all these options, there is a right shade of gray for everyone’s taste. Light gray is not dramatic, but, dark grays offer the most dramatic appeal of all these shade options. Not as much as black but dark gray still has a sharp look. You can create a strong contrasting look by pairing your dark gray kitchen backsplash with light shades or combining it with other neutrals to create a cohesive appeal.
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Modern Kitchen with Gray Color Scheme
Using one primary color for all features might be tricky but when it is done properly, the result will be perfect! Here, the elegance of the gray surrounds this modern kitchen and offers a sleek design. The gray kitchen cabinets are paired with a dark gray concrete backsplash and countertops. The concrete material complements the neutrality of the gray while adding a slight texture. The unique wine rack design in the kitchen island adds movement to the space.
Black Mosaic Tiles
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Dark Kitchen Backsplash with Wood Cabinets and Brass Hardware
Different textures and patterns are perfectly blended in this contemporary kitchen and they offer a one-of-a-kind appeal. The tiny gray herringbone tiles add glamorous appeal as a backdrop. The natural wood kitchen cabinets, black countertops, and brass hardware complete the sophisticated look of the dark kitchen backsplash. The stunning waterfall countertop of the kitchen island adds a sense of luxury while giving a dramatic effect.
What cabinets go with a dark backsplash?
A backsplash is a very personal choice and you can design and you can design it however you want. For all the kitchen types, white is the most popular backsplash color but if you want to create a more bold and dramatic appearance, you can try a dark backsplash!
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Modern Black Cabinets with Metallic Tiles and Wood Island
With their glamorous appeal and durable surfaces, metal tiles are one of the most popular design elements in recent days. In this mid-century kitchen, a metal tile backsplash is perfectly incorporated between the modern black cabinets. With its glossy surface, metal tiles reflect the lights and create a visual illusion. The stainless steel appliances complement these tiles while the wood kitchen island with white countertop brings warmth to the atmosphere with its natural feel.
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Contemporary Kitchen with Unique Shelving System
If you have enough space, you can easily use a dark color scheme without making the space feel smaller. In this contemporary kitchen, the dark gray cabinets, the dark gray stone slab backsplash, and countertops create a harmonious look with each other. The modern black hardware completes the modern style of the cabinetry. The unique shelving system above the kitchen island adds a character to the design while bringing an industrial feel.
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Transitional Kitchen with Dark Kitchen Backsplash and Light Blue Island
Using two types of backsplash material is a very popular movement. This way you can add more visual interest to your kitchen walls like in this transitional kitchen design. The black vertical tile backsplash and the stone slab backsplash create a cohesive look as a backsplash. The stone shelf between these materials provides space to display some decors. White kitchen cabinets with black hardware and black countertop serve a classic traditional appeal while the light blue kitchen island adds a romantic feel to the atmosphere.
Dark Blue Kitchen Backsplash
Blue is the reminiscence of the sea and sky and it provides a serene feel for the interior design projects. If you want to add seaworthy appeal to your kitchen design a blue backsplash will be the perfect addition and the dark shades of blue are a great way to create an elegant look with a dramatic feel. Navy, cobalt, royal, or midnight blue. Whatever the shade is, a dark blue kitchen backsplash will make a statement on your kitchen walls!
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White Shaker Cabinets with Dark Blue Wall Tiles
In this beach-style kitchen, the navy blue scallop tiles create an eye-catching focal point. With their clean and sleek appeal, white cabinets and white granite countertops allow the backsplash to stand out. The wood countertops of the island and the wood counter chairs complete the beachy vibes which are created by the backsplash and natural textures. The glass pendant lights bring an open and airy feel to the room.
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Green Cabinets with Blue Backsplash and Brown Countertop
With its green cabinets and blue backsplash, this eclectic kitchen serves a cozy yet elegant look! The white pattern of the dark blue backsplash tiles around the kitchen window, adds a beautiful movement while creating an eye-catching backdrop. The Brown granite countertop of the island and the wood counter chairs complement the naturality of the green cabinets.
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Navy-Blue Cabinets with Dark Kitchen Backsplash and Brass Hardware
In today’s market, fish scale tiles come in different size options. While the larger ones offer sleek appearances, tiny tiles are perfect to create a mosaic appeal! In this midcentury kitchen design, multicolored tiny tiles add visual interest as a backsplash and create a striking focal point. The flat-panel navy-blue cabinets complement the mosaic tile backsplash while providing an elegant look with the brass hardware. The white quartz countertop makes a fresh touch against the dark shades.
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Contemporary Kitchen with Blue Patterned Tiles
The eye-catching blue and white ceramic backsplash tiles act as artwork and provide a striking backdrop for the kitchen. White shaker cabinets stand out on the backsplash tiles while the navy-blue kitchen island complements the tiles. The glossy white countertop of the island reflects the tiles and emphasizes their impact. Brass accents like the hardware of the cabinets, faucets, and finishes of the glass pendant lights add a dose of sparkle and complete the elegant overall look.
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Blue and White Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances
Sleek, elegant, and modern! With its minimalist design and beautiful color scheme, this blue and white kitchen serves a stylish look! The blue shaded backsplash tiles make a fun twist against the formal style of the kitchen and add visual interest. The large stainless steel hood creates a harmonious look with the blue tiles. The brown leather counter chairs complete the elegance of the dark blue features while the quartz countertops add a luxurious feel with their marble-like appearances.
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Navy-Blue Herringbone Backsplash with White Grout
In this transitional kitchen, the navy blue backsplash stands out with its high-gloss finish and herringbone pattern. Using white grout for the herringbone tiles highlights the beautiful pattern and emphasizes the impact. The white shaker cabinets create a clean and fresh frame for the backsplash while the navy-blue kitchen island provides a continuous look. The gray marble countertop of the island and acrylic counter chairs give a unique look to the island.
Dark Green Kitchen Backsplash
A backsplash is a very personal decision and it is a perfect place to be playful. That means you can go crazy as you want and try something different! Green color is a perfect alternative for those who want to go a little bit adventurous and if it is a dark shade of gray, such as emerald or forest green, can lend a sophisticated feel!
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Light Gray Cabinets with Green Marble Slabs and Wood Flooring
If you want to give a luxurious look to your backsplash, stone slabs are one of the best ways. In this contemporary kitchen, the green marble slabs are used as backsplash and countertops. The stone slab backsplash and countertops make a luxurious twist against the ultra-modern look of the light gray cabinets. The mustard yellow counter chairs create a contrast with the dark green shades to emphasize them. The unique flooring adds another layer of texture while complementing the naturality of the green marble slabs.
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Black and White Cabinets with Dark Kitchen Backsplash
This contemporary kitchen offers a modern, slightly edgy space that is still warm and inviting. The sunning green tile backsplash adds drama to the design and creates a striking focal point between the black and white cabinets. The large kitchen island is extended by using a marble countertop to create a dining area. The green cushions o the wicker counter chairs complement the backsplash while the glass lighting fixture makes a warm glow above the island.
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Green Quartz Backsplash and Countertops with Wood Cabinets
With its stunning green quartz surfaces and rich wooden textures, this contemporary kitchen has a wow factor! The lovely green shades of the quartz backsplash and countertops create a harmonious look with the dark wood cabinets and give a luxurious feel. The wood paneling on the full-height cabinets and the island add a nice texture and bring dimension. The green stools complement the green quartz while the brass accents make a beautiful final touch.
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Gray Cabinetry with Vertical Tile Backsplash and Wood Shelves
If you want to give a more modern look to your subway tiles, lay them vertically! Here, the green glass vertical tile backsplash is definitely the centerpiece of this contemporary kitchen. The eye-catching color of the backsplash tiles stands against the neutral color of the cabinets while the vertical placement of the tiles makes the space feel taller. Wooden floating shelves give an open and airy feel and allow the backsplash tiles to steal the attention.
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Midcentury Kitchen with Green Stacked Tiles and White Countertops
A backsplash is a perfect place to add a splash of color to the kitchen design! In this midcentury kitchen, The bluish-green stacked tile backsplash makes an unexpected twist against the formal look of the kitchen with two-tone cabinetry. While they make a twist with its color, the stacked layout of the tiles completes the modern look of the white and wood cabinets and white quartz countertops.
Black Kitchen Backsplash
There is no doubt that black is the most sophisticated and dramatic color! With its sharp and strong appearance, black color can instantly add a character to any space. You might think that black is not for backsplashes but, just like white, black is one of the most popular colors for kitchen backsplashes. From subway tiles to black marble backsplash, there are plenty of ways to incorporate a black backsplash into kitchens. You can pop up your black backsplash between the white cabinets, go with an all-black design to create a super modern look, or complete the neutrality of the black backsplash with some natural elements!
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Modern Industrial Kitchen with Black and Wood Cabinetry
This modern industrial design offers a space that incorporates old-world aesthetics with modern farmhouse functions and sensibilities. The dark kitchen backsplash adds a slight texture with its stone material and creates a cohesive look with the wood base cabinets and black upper cabinets. The glass-fronted cabinet doors of the upper cabinets give an open and airy feel to the room. The gray countertops complete the neutral color scheme while creating a fresh surface.
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Contemporary Kitchen with Black Quartz Slabs
If you want to add the luxurious feel of the marble, quartz slabs are a stunning alternative for marble. Because they are man-made materials, unlike marble, quartz slabs have a non-porous surface which is a huge advantage for wet spaces like the backsplash and countertops. In this contemporary kitchen, the black quartz slabs are used as a backsplash and countertop. They make a luxurious twist against the cozy look of the light wood cabinets and add value to the design.
What cabinets go with a dark backsplash?
When it comes to the dark backsplash, there are a lot of different color options from black to dark blue and you need to consider the color of your backsplash when you are choosing your cabinetry. But in general, if you want to make your backsplash is the centerpiece of your kitchen, using lighter-colored cabinets like white or light gray will emphasize your backsplash. For example, if you have white cabinets, a black backsplash will bring more depth to the kitchen and create a striking focal point. On the other hand, if you want to create a more dramatic atmosphere for your kitchen, you can pair your dark backsplash with dark cabinets.
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Black Kitchen Cabinets with Soapstone Backsplash and Gold Accents
If you want to add glam to your black kitchen, there is no better option than gold! In this eye-catching kitchen design, the modern black kitchen cabinets, black natural stone backsplash, and countertop serve s sophisticated appeal while the gold details like the floating shelves and the island complete the elegant look of the black. The glass pendant lights perfectly complement the gold details.
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Matte Black Cabinets and Backsplash with White Countertop
The matte black finish of the kitchen cabinets and the backsplash serves an ultra-modern look for this contemporary kitchen design! The diamond backsplash tiles create a hexagonal shape and add a slight texture. The white countertop of the perimeter cabinets makes a fresh touch and contrasts with the black features. The unique design of the leather counter chairs adds a character.
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Black and White Kitchen with Wood Accents
This black and white kitchen design offers a timeless look with a dose of joy! The black raised-panel kitchen cabinets give a traditional look while the white countertop contrasts with the cabinets to give a luxurious feel. The black chain link backsplash makes a modern twist against the traditional style of the cabinet doors while creating a focal point. The oak floating shelves soften the sharp contrast of the black and white by adding warmth to the atmosphere.
Dark Brown Kitchen Backsplash
You might think that brown is a boring and outdated color but just because brown is an ordinary color doesn’t mean your kitchen can’t be extraordinary. With the right material, layout, and style, a brown backsplash can be the centerpiece of your kitchen which elevates the design. While the light tones of brown offer a soft appearance, dark shades of brown can create a dramatic atmosphere!
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Modern Kitchen with White and Wood Details
In this modern kitchen, the pureness of the white and the natural look of the wood is perfectly blended with each other! The dark wood backsplash and the kitchen island bring a warm appeal between the modern white cabinets. The waterfall kitchen island countertop adds a dramatic feel while the gray floor tiles complement the neutrality of the wooden textures.
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Transitional Kitchen with Wood Island and Marble Countertops
This kitchen has definitely a wow factor! Each feature acts as a piece of art and they serve one-of-a-kind appeal! At the back, the wood herringbone backsplash provides a textural backdrop for the white cabinets and white countertops. The oversized black range hood with gold details creates a focal point and the symmetrical position of the hood gives a luxurious feel. The large wood kitchen island with a white marble countertop provides a space for both working and large family gatherings! The glass pendant lights and the acrylic chairs bring an airy look.
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Dark Kitchen Backsplash with White Shaker Cabinetry and Brass Hardware
Glass tiles are one of the classic trends for kitchen backsplashes. With their glamorous appeal and strong durable surfaces, these tiles are perfect for backsplashes. In this transitional kitchen, the glass dark brown backsplash gives a metallic appeal and offers a characteristic backdrop. The white kitchen cabinets and the white countertops create a contrasting look with the dark kitchen backsplash. The dark brown kitchen island and the brass accents such as the cabinet hardware, and plumbing fixtures complement the warm appeal of the brown tiles.
Grout Colors for Dark Kitchen Backsplash
Grout is a composite material that is used for filling spaces between tiles. These materials provide a protective layer against the water and food spaces and expand the backsplash life. However, besides its functional aspect, grout also affects the visuality of the backsplash. When it comes to the backsplash, grout color is as important as the tile colors. White is the most popular grout color for all tile colors and shapes but you can finish your dark kitchen backsplash with different grout colors such as black, beige, or gray to create different visual appearances.
Dark Kitchen Backsplash with White Grout
White is the most popular and common grout color for kitchen backsplash tiles. It can work with all colored tiles and it is great to create a clean and fresh look. If you are working with a dark kitchen backsplash, and if you want to highlight the beautiful pattern that is created by the tiles, using a white grout is the best option to emphasize this pattern. White grout will create a contrasting look with the dark-colored tiles and give more attention to the backsplash. You might think that white grout can get dirty easier than darker grout colors. Yes, it can show dirt more than a dark grout but with the regular cleaning routine and a good grout sealer, you can keep the white grout as clean as the first day.
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Dark Gray Subway Tile Backsplash with Light Gray Cabinets
With its dark shade and glossy finish, the dark gray kitchen backsplash stands out between the light-colored features and becomes the centerpiece of the kitchen. The white grout of the tiles emphasizes the classic subway pattern while complementing the light gray cabinets and the white countertops. The wood counter chairs make a rustic touch.
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Green Cabinets with Green Subway Tiles in Basketweave Pattern
If you want to add more interest to the subway tiles, there are plenty of different layout options! Here, the basketweave pattern of the green subway tiles offers an artsy look! The green kitchen cabinets create a cohesive look with the green backsplash. The light wood floating shelves and the chairs complement the naturality of the green while the white countertop and the white grout of the tiles bring a fresh look between the dark shades. The brass hardware makes a beautiful final touch!
Brown Mosaic Tiles
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Dark Kitchen Backsplash in All-White Kitchen
In this contemporary kitchen, the black backsplash tiles create an eye-catching focal point between the white cabinets and white countertops and nicely contrast with them. The white grouting emphasizes the basketweave pattern of the black subway tiles. Also, this unique layout gives visual interest to the design.
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Scandinavian Kitchen with Herringbone Tiles and Wood Shelf
In this Scandinavian kitchen, the neutral color scheme offers a sleek and elegant look with a warm feel. The modern black cabinets, black countertops, and the black herringbone tile backsplash create a strong characteristic look. The wood flooring and the wood shelf above the base cabinets break the black domination in the room and bring warmth to the atmosphere.
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Transitional Kitchen with Blue Subway Tiles and Wood Range Hood
The clean and fresh look of the kitchen furniture offers an elegant overall look! The vibrant blue color of the subway tile backsplash pops up between the white shaker cabinets. The blue professional range creates a continuous look with the subway tiles. The black hardware emphasizes the cabinets while the wooden range hood brings warmth to the atmosphere. And, the hood also brings a modern appeal.
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Raised-Panel Cabinets with Dark Kitchen Backsplash and Marble Countertops
In this transitional kitchen, the white raised-panel cabinets, marble countertops, and stainless steel appliances serve a classic traditional look. The black subway tile backsplash with white grout makes a modern twist and elevates the design by creating a focal point.
Dark Kitchen Backsplash with Dark Grout
If you want to create a bold and dramatic appearance for your dark kitchen backsplash, pairing the dark-colored tiles with a dark grout will be the most effective way. Black is the most popular color option among all the dark grout colors and it offers a timeless appeal for all tile colors. On the other hand, you can use gray, brown, or even blue grout to finalize your dark tiles. Also, if you want less maintenance of your grout, darker shades will be better than white grout.
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Wood Kitchen Island with Waterfall Marble Countertop
The matte black kitchen cabinets and the glossy black herringbone backsplash tiles create an accent wall and offer a bold backdrop for the large kitchen island. The glossy finish of the ceramic tile backsplash balances the matte surfaces of the cabinets and adds freshness. The marble countertop of the wooden kitchen island complements the dramatic effect of the black accent wall with its waterfall edges.
Gray Mosaic Tiles
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Two-Tone Cabinets with Gray Tiles and White Farmhouse Sink
The combination of black, gray, white and wood offers a perfect balance between warmth and neutrality. The stacked layout of the dark gray tiles complements the flat-panel door style of the tow tone cabinets while the black grout of the tiles enhances the modernity. The white apron front sink gives a cozy look to the design.
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Contemporary Kitchen with Black Picket Tiles and Wood Accents
This black contemporary kitchen design features some wood accents to soften the sharp look of the black. At the back, the modern black cabinets and the black picket tile backsplash create a sleek backdrop. The white veining of the black Corian quartz countertops adds a nice texture and visual interest. The rattan counter chairs complete the warm look of the wooden accents.