Decorative Tile Backsplash – Create an Accent with Stylish Tiles

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Brown Cabinet Rusty Chevron Slate Wall Tile BA1065

ID# 177602 – Product BA1065 – Rusty Brown & Gray Slate Chevron Backsplash Tile


Green Kitchen Cabinets with Slate Chevron Tiles and Wood Countertops

The naturality fills the entire kitchen with energetic vibes thanks to the combination of different materials! The green color of the cabinets increases the natural vibes of the kitchen and provides an elegant base. The wood countertops and the slate tile backsplash with an eye-catching chevron pattern perfectly complement the organic warmth while the brass cabinet hardware adds a dose of sparkle.

Blue cabinets rusty brown slate backsplash tile BA1063

ID# 177613 – Product BA1063 – Rustic Slate Mosaic Backsplash Tile


Navy Blue Cabinets with White Countertops and Slate Backsplash

Wow… How well-designed this kitchen is! The room’s focal point is the navy blue shaker cabinets which have a sleek, dramatic appearance. Slate tile backsplash and wooden range hood provide a rustic touch that gives the room an organic warmth while brass cabinet hardware flawlessly completes this elegant appearance. The white quartz countertops add a final touch that balances the entire design and highlights the darker hues.

Decorative Tile Backsplash

Tile backsplash ideas may be utilized to cover a full wall, a smaller space between counters and cabinets, or even behind a range. However they are used in a kitchen design, they are a standout element. When used as wall décor, tile may appear either dramatic in a vibrant hue or classically beautiful and subtle. It is quite adaptable and can go well with kitchens with rustic charm, modern credentials, and any other design in between. Since the tile industry can provide many alternatives, and if you are not satisfied still then you can consider a decorative tile backsplash option!

Stylish Decorative Tile Designs for Kitchen Backsplash Ideas

Using a decorative tile backsplash in your kitchen design project is a fun way to show off your sense of style. In today’s industry, there are endless design options that will enable you to customize any project you have in mind, including mosaic designs and many others, including penny-round, pebble stone, subway, hexagon, and many more. Different materials, including porcelain, ceramic, glass, natural stone, and metal, can be used to create decorative items. Let’s scroll down and see the stunning design options for a decorative tile backsplash.

Gray Countertop White Cabinet White Chevron Marble Look Glass Mosaic Tile

ID# 177601 – Product BA5506 – Marble Look White Glass Chevron Backsplash Tile


Black and White Decorative Tile Backsplash for a Transitional Kitchen

The black and white decorative tile backsplash boosts the white décor of the kitchen harmonizing with the gray marble countertops and the chrome hardware. The white shaker cabinets and the chrome hardware create the classic appeal of the transitional kitchen while the decorative tile backsplash makes a strong impact. The marble-look texture of the white glass chevron tiles adds a touch of opulence to the space.

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Dark Brown Cabinet Copper Backsplash Tile BA62010

ID# 177603 – Product BA62010 – Glass & Metal Mosaic Kitchen Backsplash Tile


Dark Wood Cabinets and Decorative Tile Backsplash with White Countertops

The luxurious and elegant harmony of the metal and dark wood surfaces is boosted by the white quartz countertops creating a fresh and sleek look! The backsplash area is accentuated by the decorative tile backsplash which consists of glass and metal mosaic tiles. The brass cabinet hardware complements the dazzling appeal of the mosaic tiles while the dark wood cabinets provide a dramatic atmosphere.

Are tile backsplashes going out of style?

Tiles are one of the backbones of the backsplash industry and they are easy to install and have endless alternatives that can renovate themselves with new designs. Technology can elevate the tile backsplash designs with new materials, patterns or colors. According to these, we can say that tile backsplashes from classic subway tiles to modern hexagons and sleek metal tiles, are not going out of style!

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ID# 177604 – Product BA45056 – Flower Marble Mosaic Backsplash Tile


Flower Pattern Marble Mosaic Backsplash with White Cabinets

Decorative tile backsplashes can provide endless combinations! The gray and white marble backsplash concept draws the eye thanks to the flower patterns. The white cabinets and the white countertops stand as a canvas and make the flower backsplash blow up. The custom design of brass details and stainless steel appliances adds a luxurious touch to the kitchen.

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White Beige Marble Elegant Mosaic Backsplash Tile

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Multi Color Marble Diamond Mosaic Backsplash Tile BA6313

ID# 177605 – Product BA6313 – Multicolor Diamonnd Marble Mosaic Backsplash Tile


Blue and White Color Transitions with Fish Scales for a Coastal Design Kitchen

The wood cabinetry design creates a perfect canvas for this multicolored marble diamond pattern backsplash. The color transitions and the diamond shape of the backsplash tiles draw all the attention adding a decorative appeal. The wood base cabinets and the white quartz countertops put an aesthetic contrast that increases the natural vibes of this transitional design style kitchen.

Decorative Tile Types for Backsplash

To add your personal touch decorative tile backsplash designs are one of the perfect fits for you. You can elevate your designs with a pop of colors, geometrical shapes, or lines. Since a backsplash is nearly at eye level, it creates a focal point. Whether you will use this focal point as a design object to draw all the attraction or you will have a kitchen cabinetry design that blends with each design element. Whatever you decide to go with, there are decorative tile types for backsplash designs that can change the atmosphere of any kitchen.

According to your budget and design taste, you can take advantage of a decorative ceramic tile backsplash. Ceramic is one of the easiest and most budget-friendly, and it has an enormous range of alternatives. Then comes the decorative glass tile backsplash that reflects the light creating an elegant appeal. If you want to make a difference you can have a decorative metal tile backsplash. You can put a rustic or industrial touch to the kitchens with the decorative stone tile backsplash designs. Let’s check and see decorative tile types for backsplash designs and get inspired by them!

Decorative Porcelain Tile Backsplash

If you don’t want to think too much about what sort of material you will use for a decorative tile backsplash, you may utilize porcelain materials without any hesitation! The most popular backsplash material overall is porcelain tile. They are inexpensive, easy to install and available in a vast selection of colors and designs. Decorative porcelain tile backsplash designs may protect your walls from ugly and potentially dangerous food splatter in addition to adding beauty and elegance to your kitchen! The classic porcelain tile color is white, and when paired with porcelain’s durability, modern, sleek design components and toughness, the result is breathtaking!

White caninets black countertop backsplash tile BA1105

ID# 177606 – Product BA1105 – Colorful Glass & Ceramic Mosaic Tile Backsplash


Colorful Decorative Tile Backsplash Design with White Cabinets

The eye-catching colors of the backsplash bring a dynamic and energetic appeal to the white kitchen cabinets! The black quartz countertops balance the environment and add a sleek appeal creating a harmonious appeal with the white cabinets. The black cabinet hardware complements the contrasting look of the countertops while the copper range hood creates a cohesive look with the colorful backsplash tiles.

What are the backsplash trends for 2024?

Are you looking for a creative backsplash concept for your kitchen? There are many different methods to design the backsplash, which is the space above the countertops, including subway tile, glass tile, wallpaper, and natural stone. The good news is that there is never a kitchen backsplash out of style. Kitchen backsplash trends vary frequently. As a result, you may utilize your creativity to make your kitchen uniquely yours, and the backsplash can take center stage in your updated kitchen layout.

A kitchen would not be complete without the proper backsplash. The purpose of kitchen backsplashes extends beyond merely shielding the walls. They bind the kitchen as a whole.

Fortunately, you may create a fantastic backsplash idea using the most recent trends.
  • Everything from larger variations of the classic subway tile to original kitchen backsplash concepts like zigzag wallpaper are now popular kitchen backsplash trends.
  • Popular backsplash tile designs include tile envelopes, which extend the backsplash tile all the way to the ceiling.
  • To provide the illusion of more space, think about using a glass or mirror backsplash rather than a tile backsplash.
  • Another modern option for a tile backsplash is to use the same material as the countertop.
  • If you choose a quartz countertop, the same lovely quartz may extend to the backsplash.
  • Instead, you may choose a mosaic tile that complements the design of your kitchen island.

Victorian favorites like encaustic tiles are still popular today. Different clay colors are used to create lovely patterns in ceramic tiles. Retro wallpaper patterns are another option for a backsplash in the kitchen that pays homage to the past while yet looking modern and elegant. For a retro-modern feel, think about a mosaic backsplash or decorative mural in a colorful, abstract style. Another option is mosaic tile in the conventional hexagonal honeycomb pattern.

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ID# 177607 – Product BA310131 – White Arabesque Tile Backsplash


Gray Shaker Cabinets with White Arabesque Backsplash Tile

The gray color and the white surfaces create such an aesthetic appeal that elevates the kitchen’s design look! The gray shaker cabinets provide a sleek and elegant base for the kitchen while the white backsplash and white quartz countertops perfectly complete the stylish look of the cabinetry. This arabesque tile backsplash also adds a nice pattern between the cabinets. For a final touch, the brass cabinet hardware adds a dose of sparkle.

Decorative Glass Tile Backsplash

One of the simplest kitchen improvements you can do is the backsplash which is wonderful for adding a distinctive, original touch to your design! There are a variety of elements to consider and almost infinite options when deciding on the finest backsplash for kitchens. If you want to have great reflecting material in your kitchen, a decorative glass tile backsplash for your kitchen cabinets is the ideal feature. Even if there are many more possibilities to take into account, a decorative glass tile backsplash for cabinets may be a fantastic place to start for people who want bright, tidy, and trendy looks.

Brown Cabinet White Backsplash Tile

ID# 177608 – Product BA62046 – Glossy White Diamond Pattern Backsplash Tile


White Decorative Tile Backsplash with White Cabinets and Countertops

The glossy finish of the white diamond pattern backsplash tiles looks eye-catching between the white cabinets and countertops. The combination of the glass and marble materials of the backsplash brings movement to the kitchen while the dark wood floor highlights the white kitchen cabinets with a stylish appeal. Thanks to the decorative glass tile backsplash brightness fills the kitchen creating energetic vibes.

Blue White Kitchen Cabinet Blue Backsplash Tile BA5501

ID# 177609 – Product BA5501 – Marble Look Blue Glass Hexagon Backsplash Tile


Coastal Kitchen with White and Blue Cabinets

This kitchen area is surrounded by a coastal breeze that creates a peaceful ambiance all enhanced by a blue and white color scheme! A feeling of brightness and spaciousness is created by the white upper cabinets and worktops while the dark blue base cabinets add depth to the area. In addition to creating a stunning focal point, the white-textured backsplash made of blue hexagon tiles nicely matches the beachy décor. To complement the entire appearance of the kitchen cabinets, the chrome hardware is a great choice!

Decorative Metal Tile Backsplash

Decorative metal tile backsplash designs can provide a great deal of visual appeal to any kitchen design while also providing a very durable and low-maintenance backsplash surface. They are readily available in a variety of materials, designs, colors, and price points. Another popular decorative metal tile backsplash option is tin. It may greatly enhance the attractiveness and visual intrigue of a kitchen design if it is punched, hammered, or features elaborate patterns. Similar to how bronze can give character to any kitchen with its distinctive colors, copper and brass can do the same with their “evolving” designs. As these metals oxidize, their surfaces frequently develop distinctive patterns, striations, and other natural patterns that add wonderful beauty.

Once you’ve chosen the design and kind of tile you’ll use for your backsplash, it’s time to purchase it from your neighborhood home improvement or tile store (or one of its online counterparts), before thinking about installation. If you’re really adept, you can opt to install the decorative metal tile backsplash yourself, but keep in mind that metal backsplashes will take more skill than other, more readily cut and configured materials. As an alternative, you might engage a qualified contractor to do the backsplash installation.

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ID# 177610 – Product BA1117 – Multicolored Modern Metal Kitchen Backsplash Tile


Decorative Tile Backsplash with White Kitchen Cabinets and Wood Countertops

The white cabinets and the butcher block countertops create a perfect harmony adding a warm appeal to the kitchen. The contemporary appeal comes from the white cabinets and their sleek design. The glass front upper cabinets and the decorative metal tile backsplash complement each other. The puzzle-like layout and the gray tonal variations of the metal backsplash tiles add an illusion and depth to the kitchen.

How to install decorative tiles over the existing backsplash?

In general, we do not recommend installing tile over tile. Because the optimum surface for new tiles to grip has not already been set with tiles. Not every glue can adhere tiles together. Many chipsets and tile mortars are designed to adhere to the bottom of a tile and a backer board or substrate; they may not adhere to the surface of a polished glass tile or glazed ceramic tile. These tiles feature unique bottom backings that will give them a solid grip, but it doesn’t imply they’ll produce a decent surface for tiling.

Remember that wall tiles must be delicate and light enough to stick to your drywall or plaster. If you lay tile on top of the tile, the weight will be doubled, and it can be so heavy as to harm your wall. It is advised by tile professionals to tile on as spotless a surface as possible. Make sure there aren’t any obstructions like debris, dust, gaps, or big pores that might let moisture leak in or cause tiles to settle or shift following installation.

However, still, you can install tile over tile. Let’s look at how to install it.

1- Examine the Present Tile

First, you should evaluate the current tile installation! There are several situations when it is acceptable to tile over existing tile regardless of whether you can physically remove the old tile or just don’t want to. Using the old tile as a subfloor for new tile can work if it offers a stable, level and clean work surface free from cracks, crumbling grout, or indications of trapped moisture.

To prevent the dangers we mentioned in the first section, it is advisable to remove any old tile that is unlevel, cracked, has mildew or has held moisture. Lightly tap your current tiles with a wood mallet to see if they are firmly attached to the backsplash wall. Any that has a hollow sound is loose and won’t offer the greatest base for laying new tiles.

2- Get Your Tiling Surface Ready

We want to let you know that tiling over an uneven surface won’t produce the best results! Before installing new tiles, secure any loose tiles for the best results when tiling over existing tiles by leveling off any lumps of dried grout with a sander. To create a flat surface for your new tiles, you may fix any loose tiles with tile glue.

Laying out your new tiles after cutting them to size to go around any walls, corners and fittings is the next step. After choosing your new tiles, research the best tile-cutting methods and tools for each type of tile!

3- Start Installing Tiles

You may start installing the new tiles now that you’ve chosen your adhesive and your surface is clean and clear of any dirt or debris.

Apply a thin coating of glue to a small area of tiles by scooping it out of the bucket with a trowel. To make sure you’re not laying tile over dried adhesive, you should avoid applying it to a big surface area. Using your trowel’s toothed edge, score the surface adhesive by making straight lines over the wet surface.

Slide the new tile perpendicular to the combing lines and firmly press it over the little adhesive area you’ve just set. Feel free to alternate between laying the tile, applying glue, and scoring at this step to ensure that every tile is firmly in place. Allow your tile to dry after it has been set. Be patient—this might take a day or more!

4- Grout and Seal Time

You are now prepared to fill the gaps between the tiles with grout because the glue has dried and the tiles are in place. The unsanded ground is normally suggested for grout lines with a width of 1/8″ or less. Since unsanded grout is more resistant to shrinking and cracking than sanded grout, it performs better on flooring and wall tiles with grout lines that are greater than 1/8″.

Use the proper sealant to keep your grout clean and free of extra moisture, dirt, or debris. While membrane-forming sealers are great for kitchens, penetrating sealers perform best in moist environments like bathrooms and showers.

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ID# 177611 – Product BA1123 – Multicolored Mosaic Tile Kitchen Backsplash


Multicolored Mosaic Backsplash Tiles with Dark Gray Kitchen Cabinets

The eye-catching mosaic pattern of the multicolored backsplash harmonizes with the wood countertops creating an elegant appeal. The dark gray cabinets offer an ultra-modern look with their matte finish and flat-front door style. Thanks to the combination of the glass and metal chips and the tonal variations, the backsplash design has depth and illusion on the overall look.

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ID# 177612 – Product BA1120 – Multicolored Modern Glass & Metal Mosaic Tile


Contemporary Kitchen Design with Black and White Color Scheme

The plain look of the white shaker-style cabinets and the black quartz countertops bring the ultimate contemporary appeal with a classic touch. The stainless steel appliances and the chrome cabinet hardware complement each other modernizing the cabinetry look. Thanks to the unusual pattern of the decorative metal tile backsplash, the kitchen has an eye-catching look.

Decorative Stone Tile Backsplash

It’s a frequent misunderstanding that backsplashes made of stone tiles seem more rustic. Because there are so many different materials available, decorative stone tile backsplashes also have a modern aesthetic! Due to their clean looks and sharp edges, stone veneers or piled stones are more suited to creating a modern appeal with an eye-catching look.

Decorative stone tile backsplashes can have a few drawbacks, though. Since spills and errant oil will definitely find their way into the crevices, if you’re a serious home cook, you might want to stay away from heaped rough stones or set up a regular cleaning schedule. Natural stone must also frequently be resealed. If you’re prepared to take a little time to maintain them, decorative stone tile backsplashes may add endless beauty and elegance to everyone’s favorite meeting area.

White Gray Marble Leaf Mosaic Backsplash Tile BA6316

ID# 177614 – Product BA6316 – Gray & White Leaf Marble Mosaic Tile


White Kitchen Cabinets with Quartz Countertops and Black Hardware

The marble leaf tile backsplash and the quartz countertops adorned by marble-look texture enrich the kitchen with a clean and expensive appeal! Marble is one of the perfect materials to increase the value of your home. The black cabinet hardware modernizes the kitchen’s look. Thanks to the balanced color palette the kitchen has a bright and clean appeal.

Can decorative backsplash tile be glued to drywall?

Yes, you can glue the decorative backsplash tile to drywall! Keep in mind that, in locations not exposed to a lot of moisture, drywall can be tiled over safely. In damp environments, such as the shower, it is unsafe to tile over drywall. These places where water collects may ultimately leak under the tile, resulting in damage, mold growth or bug infestations.

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ID# 177615 – Product BA62048 – Multicolored Modern Glass Mosaic Kitchen Backsplash


Glass and Marble Mosaic Tiles with Two-tone Cabinets

The white uppers and the black base cabinets are one thing that you can use in your kitchens to create a sleek appeal with a contrasting look! If you want a luxurious look you can elevate your kitchen cabinetry design look with brass details. The most eye-catching design element is the decorative tile backsplash, of course. The patterns of the glass and marble mosaic backsplash tiles add an eye-catching appeal with an elegant look that complements the two-tone cabinets.

Decorative Tile Backsplash Behind Stove

A backsplash is one of the key elements in the kitchen design that ties the entire space together. A backsplash may have a significant aesthetic influence on kitchen design thanks to the limitless material, color, and style possibilities available. But is it really just for show? In no way! A kitchen backsplash serves two purposes: it shields walls from damage and highlights your kitchen’s design. It is located behind the stove, also. This means that you can use this area to make a difference with a decorative tile backsplash behind the stove!

You may mess up when cooking whether you’re a skilled chef or a novice home cook. And installing a decorative tile backsplash behind a stove is both the most popular and the greatest solution for this issue. A decorative tile backsplash behind the stove should also be easy to clean and heat and stain-resistant, depending on the material. Because of this, the choice of material is quite important. Yes, it could seem overwhelming, but with the appropriate strategy, you can produce a sturdy surface that serves as an eye-catching focal point. To choose the ideal alternative for your kitchen, scroll down and look through our decorative tile backsplash behind stove alternatives if you are seeking more creative options.

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ID# 177616 – Product BA1063 – Rusty Brown & Gray Slate Mosaic Backsplash Tile


Rustic Kitchen Design with Slate Tile Backsplash Behind Stove

This rustic kitchen has a warm inviting vibe thanks to the natural materials and muted color scheme! Stainless steel appliances lend a modern touch to the space highlighting the natural wood kitchen cabinetry. In addition to providing a pleasing textural effect, the beige granite worktops and the slate tile backsplash behind the stove both wonderfully accentuate the natural charm of the wood cabinetry.

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ID# 177617 – Product BA45056 – Marble Flower Mosaic Kitchen Backsplash Tile


All-white Kitchen Design with Stainless Steel Appliances

White kitchen cabinets and countertops are perfect for blowing up a backsplash with decorative tiles. The marble material and the flower pattern of these backsplash tiles add a bold look and shine between the white cabinets creating a focal point. While the black hardware contrasts with the white shaker cabinets, the wood floor matches the hardware stylishly. The stainless steel stove also creates a focal point between the cabinets and enhances the impact of the flower mosaic backsplash.

How to install a decorative tile backsplash?

You may begin installing your new backsplash once you’ve acquired the supplies for your tiling job. Here are easy-to-follow step-by-step directions for installing a DIY backsplash.

Preparation

1. Determine the size of the area. The area where your backsplash will go should be measured. This will enable you to estimate the number of materials required to build your backsplash.

2. Set up your tile design. Before you start gluing your tiles to the wall, lay out your tile pattern close to your desk to make sure it fits. To take into account barriers like electrical plugs or switches, you may even draw out your space. Also, with decorative tiles, you may want to see the patterns and their special design layout.

3. Make your area clear. Take everything from the kitchen out of the workspace. Unplug any appliances or outlet covers that could come in your way during installation, taking the required safety precautions. The wall of your workstation should be cleaned and dried.

4. Trim the tiles. Measure and cut the tiles to the correct sizes to match your design template if you are cutting your tiles for your backsplash installation. When doing this, be careful to put on safety goggles and gloves.

Installation

5. Prepare your adhesive and use it. Apply your chosen glue to one tiny patch of the wall at a time after mixing it according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Applying glue too far in advance can cause it to dry before you can tile over it. To create ridges on the adhesive that will make it easier for your tiles to attach to, run the trowel’s notches along the material.

6. Put down the first tile. Lay your first tile beginning in the bottom corner of your workplace, approximately an eighth of an inch above the surface. To make sure the tile is level and solid, press and gently twist it into the glue.

7. Set the additional tiles. Lay the remaining tiles according to the same process, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Each tile should have a little gap between them. Allow the tile work to dry for at least 24 hours.

Grouting

8. Put grout down. Follow the directions on the packaging when applying the grout in between your tiles. As you apply, hold the rubber float at a 45-degree angle to hide any application seams. Scrape off any extra grout, then let it dry. Once the grout has dried, remove the remaining extra grout with a damp sponge held at a 45-degree angle, being careful not to wet the newly installed grout.

9. Seal off the base. Fill up the bottom space between the tiles and the countertop with caulk. Consider sealing your grouting both initially and occasionally if you’re utilizing natural stone tiles.

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ID# 177618 – Product BA1045 – Modern Black Slate Subway Kitchen Backsplash


Natural Wood Cabinets with Black Subway Tile Backsplash

The black slate subway backsplash tiles with white grout bring a stylish and eye-catching appeal to the natural wood kitchen cabinets. The oil-rubbed bronze hardware and the wood cabinetry harmony are one of the combination ways that you can go within your kitchens if you want to add an elegant appeal with rustic flair. The patterns of the backsplash add movement to the kitchen.

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