Geometric Tile Backsplash Unique Tile Designs for Different Styles

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Traditional Kitchen with Black and White Geometric Tile Backsplash

Adding some patterns or textures onto your geometric tile backsplash is a great way to emphasize them and create a striking focal point! In this traditional kitchen, the black and white picket tile backsplash instantly draws attention and brings a charming theme. The white shaker-style cabinets and white countertops serve a clean and elegant look and allow the backsplash to be the centerpiece of the design. The black hardware complements the black details of the wall tiles while the black and gold pendant lights complete the traditional style.

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Unique Kitchen Design with Green Island and Copper Hood

The beautiful green and blue flower patterns of the white square tile backsplash serve a stunning appeal for this transitional kitchen! The white kitchen cabinetry serves a simple look and allows the backsplash tiles to stand out. Also, these patterns complement the green kitchen island. The copper range hood, brown leather counter chairs, and brass hardware make a warm touch against the crips white features.

Geometric Tile Backsplash

Kitchen backsplashes serve a functional purpose by creating a protective layer for walls, but they are more than that. A kitchen backsplash is an interior design element as important as cabinets or countertops which brings all elements together. And tiles are the most popular and common materials for kitchen backsplashes. With their almost infinite style options, tiles are perfect to add eye-catching style to your kitchen. And if you want to add a modern vibe, geometrical tiles will be a perfect addition to your design! Scroll down and find these different geometric tile backsplash ideas!

When it comes to tile backsplash, classic rectangular tiles are the first ones that come to mind. Yes, they are classic and beautiful but there are plenty of different shapes that can be a great alternative for subway tiles. From eye-catching diamond tiles to sleek hexagons geometric tile backsplash come in a wide range of shape options. This endless variety allows you to incorporate them into different styled kitchens and reflect your taste. So, whether it is a simple white subway tile or boldly patterned hexagon, a tile backsplash will create a beautiful backdrop for your kitchen decor!

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Black Cabinets with White Countertop and Unique Wall Tiles

One shape is not enough for you? Mixing and matching different shaped tiles is perfect to create an art-like piece like this design. In this neutral kitchen, the rectangular tiles and hexagon tiles are perfectly blended and create an eye-catching backdrop for the black cabinets with a white countertop. Also, using these tiles in different colors bring a mosaic appeal.

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White Cabinets with Gray Countertop and Geometric Tile Backsplash

This stylish bright kitchen features white square tiles with black windmill triangle tile patterns. These black patterns create a visual illusion and make the backsplash the centerpiece of this Scandinavian kitchen. The white kitchen cabinets and the gray countertop serve a clean and simple look to allow the backsplash to stand out. The stainless steel appliances and the chrome hardware complement the sleek style of the design.

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Beach Style Kitchen with Light Wood Cabinetry and White Island

In this beach-style kitchen, the bright look of the crisp white accents and the warm feel of the light wood cabinets perfectly blend and offer a stylish design. The multicolored geometric tile backsplash adds visual interest to the cabinetry while complementing the cabinets with neutral shaded patterns. The brass accents and the white Caesarstone quartz countertops add a dose of luxury.

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Modern White Cabinetry with Blue Geometric Tile Backsplash

These beautiful blue handmade backsplash tiles are a game changer! Even if they have a soft and lovely blue color, these hexagon tiles stand out between the modern white kitchen cabinets. The white grout of the blue tiles emphasizes the beautiful pattern while creating a continuous look with the white features. Also using white cabinets with a blue backsplash brings some beachy vibes!

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Minimalist Kitchen Design with Black and White Accents

The simple design of the light wood cabinets creates a stunning look with the harmony of white countertops. The eye-catching black and white geometric tile backsplash brings some interest without breaking the simplicity of the overall look. The black counter chairs and pendant lights complement the black patterns of the backsplash.

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Burgundy Wall Tiles with Brass Range Hood and Red Marble Countertop

This burgundy shade is so elegant and it can lend sophistication to any design! In this Midcentury kitchen, the burgundy backsplash makes a statement with its strong color. The red marble countertop creates a continuous look with the backsplash while adding a luxurious feel. The brass range hood complements the vintage appeal of the burgundy while the light wood kitchen cabinets bring warmth to the atmosphere. The vertically stacked layout of the backsplash modernizes the design.

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Two-tone White and Wood Cabinetry with Blue Tiles

With its color transition from wood to white, this kitchen offers a balanced look! The wood perimeter cabinets, island, and flooring acts as one piece while white countertops and white upper cabinets create a bright look and make the space feel larger. The blue backsplash stands out between the two-tone cabinets and brings beachy vibes.

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Raised-panel Kitchen Cabinets with Subway Tiles and Wood Island

The lovely bluish-gray color of the raised-panel kitchen cabinets dominates the space and reflects the classic beauty of the traditional style. The white subway tiles and the white countertops provide a clean and fresh look while the wood kitchen island and other wood accents bring warmth to the atmosphere.

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Midcentury Kitchen with Unique Blue Geometric Tile Backsplash

Besides the regular shapes like rectangle, square, or hexagon, you can use unique shapes like this design. Here, the blue wall tiles offer a one-of-a-kind look without overwhelming. Also, the lovely color of the backsplash creates a harmonious look with the wood kitchen cabinets and white countertops.

Tile Shapes for Geometric Tile Backsplash

In today’s market, geometric tiles come in a wide range of different tile shapes. Each shape has different visual impacts and each one can work with different design aesthetics. Keep reading and find these different shapes.

Rectangular Tile Backsplash

Rectangular tiles or subway tiles are classic for all kitchen types and the offset or running bond pattern is the most popular layout for these tiles. The effortless beauty of a rectangular tile backsplash can work with any color and any design aesthetic. And this simple yet effective look is a great way to create a timeless appeal. White is the most common color for these tiles but other color options are also available.

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Blue and White Beach Style Kitchen with Wood Accents

The lovely color palette of this beach-style kitchen offers a cheerful atmosphere full of joy! The navy blue and white cabinets create a nice contrasting look to add a sense of luxury while the white subway tile backsplash and white Silestone quartz countertops compliment the white cabinetry. The glossy finish of the ceramic backsplash tiles reflects the light and enhances the brightness of the room. The wooden accents like the island, chairs, floorings and open shelves bring warmth to the atmosphere.

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Full-height Rectangular Tile Backsplash with Light Gray Cabinets

The original height of a kitchen backsplash is 4 inches but, it even can go up to the ceiling. This way you can create a sleek backdrop for the rest of the kitchen. In this industrial kitchen, the white full-height subway tile backsplash offers a nice textural look above the light gray cabinets. The white countertop creates a continuous look with the wall tiles while the black paints of the side walls emphasize the white features by creating contrast.

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Dark Green Cabinets and Geometric Tile Backsplash with Wood Details

What a bold design! Using a bold color for all the kitchen features is not suitable for everyone’s taste but, with the right approach, you can reach an eye-catching appeal like this design. Here, the bold green color dominates the space and offers a dramatic atmosphere. The dark green cabinets with brass hardware and the dark green backsplash create a cohesive look. The basketweave pattern of the subway tiles adds visual interest. The bright white countertop brings a fresh look while the wooden shelves and chairs complement the naturality of the green.

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All-white Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances

This all-white kitchen serves the classic beauty of the traditional style! The shaker-style cabinets, white backsplash, and stainless steel appliances create a harmonious look while the black countertop of the perimeter cabinets contrasts with the white features and add interest. The beautiful marble countertop of the kitchen island enhances the luxury level of the design.

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White Cabinets with White Geometric Tile Backsplash and Black Island

This black and white kitchen with brass accents create a stylish and timeless look. The black grout of the herringbone-patterned backsplash tiles adds a harmonious movement with the stools and the island. White cabinets and white backsplash create an open and airy feel. Stainless steel surfaces also add a modern air of course. The gold lighting fixtures add a dose of sparkle and complement the warm feel of the wood flooring.

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Colorful Kitchen with Vertically Stacked Geometric Tile Backsplash

Are you ready for intense color bombardment? Energy, movement, liveliness, feelings come from the kitchen! Glossy terra-cotta backsplash installed vertically and clearly, they take all attention. Because of that, the soft pastel tones of blue and pinky rose-red color do not appear as they should be. In any way, when you think about the whole design style, this lovely kitchen creates a brilliant match with different colors!

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White and Wood Cabinets with Gray Chevron Wall Tiles

The elegance of the white and gray kitchen cabinets is completed with a sleek chevron tile backsplash. These tiles complement the gray cabinets with colors while completing the bright atmosphere with their glossy finish. The brass hardware of the cabinets adds a dose of sparkle.

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White Transitional Kitchen with Light Wood Accents

This transitional kitchen offers an organic and airy look with its mostly white features and wood accents. The light wood accents such as ceiling panels flooring give this mostly white kitchen some additional contrast. The wood ceiling cloud helps to anchor the space. The oak frame of the white cabinetry coordinates with the wood flooring. The woven counter chairs and greenery plants complete the organic look. The marble subway tile backsplash adds a modern texture.

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Dark Green Cabinets with Black Island and Yellow Chandelier

Different colors, patterns, and textures come beautifully together in this eclectic kitchen and offer a one-of-a-kind look! The full-height white backsplash creates a clean and fresh backdrop for the emerald green kitchen cabinets to emphasize them. The upper mirrored cabinets create a visual illusion and add dimension to the space. The yellow chandelier above the black kitchen island contrasts with the green and black colors and brings joy to the atmosphere.

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Modern Kitchen with Neutral Color Scheme

Using rectangular tiles vertically stacked is a perfect way to enhance the modern vibe. In this modern kitchen, the black ceramic tiles are laid in a vertically stacked layout and they offer a sleek backdrop. The black stone countertops complete the elegant look of the backsplash while the wood cabinets and the range hood complete the neutrality of the black.

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Small Trendy White Kitchen Design with Blue and Wood Accents

In this small trendy kitchen, the blue accents stand out between the white cabinets and offer a fun and stylish look. White perimeter cabinets are paired with reclaimed wood countertop which adds a warm touch to the atmosphere. The blue ceramic tile backsplash adds visual interest to the design with its beautiful shades while the top of the dining table complements the backsplash. Terrazzo floor tiles add another layer of texture and complete the natural feel of the wood countertop.

Hexagon Tile Backsplash

With their sleek appeal, hexagon tile backsplash is rising in the trend lists and it is the second most popular shape after the rectangular tiles. This beautiful geometrical shape is perfect to add modern vibes to kitchens without overwhelming them. From bright whites to sophisticated blacks, from ceramic tiles to luxurious marble, these tiles come in a wide range of color, materials, pattern, and texture options.

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Dark Wood Kitchen Cabinets with Gray Countertop and Geometric Tile Backsplash

What a sleek look! The sleek appeal of the white hexagon tiles perfectly completes the modern style of the wood flat panel cabinets. The black grout of the white tiles nicely contrasts with them to create a striking backdrop. The linear brass hardware also complements the modern look of the cabinetry. The hexagon shape also is used on the flooring to create a continuous look.

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White Geometric Tile Backsplash with White Countertops

The stunning pattern which is created by white hex tiles and gray grout create a texture between the flat surfaces. Wood cabinets, white countertops, apron front sink, and black handles serve a modern look while wooden flooring complements the cabinetry.

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Pink Honeycomb Tile with Off White Cabinetry

These pink honeycomb tiles aren’t afraid to live outside the lines! With their beautiful pink color, these tiles transform this otherwise ordinary kitchen into an eye-catching design. The off-white kitchen cabinets and the pure white countertop create a harmonious look with the kitchen backsplash while the brass handles add some glamour!

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Glossy Gray Picket Tiles with White Shaker Cabinetry

The crisp white cabinets, the quartz countertop, and the gray picket tile backsplash create a cohesive backdrop for the Hale Navy kitchen island with gray counter chairs. Black accents like chandelier, faucets, and the details of the chairs emphasize the design by creating contrast.

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Monochrome Kitchen Design with White Geometric Tile Backsplash

Clean and straight lines of the features complement the monochrome color scheme and they offer a sleek modern look. The white hexagon tiles serve a textural look with their black grout.

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All-black Contemporary Kitchen with Different Textures

The matte black finishes of the cabinets and the mosaic tile backsplash offer an ultra-modern look. The geometrical shapes of the tiles enhance this modernity while adding a nice texture. The backlit lights under the upper cabinets give a dramatic feel while the wooden shelf breaks the black domination and makes a warm touch without breaking the elegant look. The vertical panels of the kitchen island add another layer of texture and add visual interest.

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Bright Contemporary Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances

This contemporary kitchen offers a bright and spacious atmosphere thanks to its mostly white feature. The white tiny picket tiles offer a sleek backdrop while the horizontal layout of the tiles enhances the modernity!

Triangle Tile Backsplash

With the rising of the geometrical tile trend, triangle tiles offer a fresh take. These tiles come in different sizes which give different visual impacts. You can create different geometrical shapes like squares, rectangles, or diamonds by bringing together the triangle tiles.

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Navy Blue Cabinetry with Triangle Tile Backsplash

Using a white backsplash for dark cabinets and light countertops is a perfect way to make the space feel more spacious. In this transitional kitchen, the gray shaded triangle tiles offer a nice textural backdrop for the navy blue kitchen cabinets. The brass cabinet hardware completes the elegant look of the blue cabinets.

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Transitional Kitchen with Geometric Tile Backsplash and Wood Range Hood

With its dark color and striking tile shape, the glass tile backsplash creates a striking focal point for this transitional kitchen. Using different gray shades on tiles brings a mosaic appeal. The gray countertop creates a continuous look with the backsplash while the white cabinets, brass hardware, white apron front sink, and the wood range hood offer a stylish look.

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Black Geometrical Tile Backsplash with Black Granite Countertops

Black is a perfect color to add sophistication to any design! In this contemporary kitchen, the black 3D backsplash tiles offer an eye-catching look between the natural wood cabinets. Also, the textural surface of the tiles creates a nice contrast against the flat-panel door style of the cabinetry. The black granite countertops complement the sophisticated feel of the black backsplash.

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White Geometric Tile Backsplash with Gold Accents

Small details can make big differences, and this geometric tile backsplash design is a perfect example of that. The gold tiles between the white ones add striking visual interest and transform this otherwise simple backsplash design into an eye-catching backdrop. Also, gold tiles and brass hardware complements the warm feeling which is created by wood cabinets and wood flooring.

Diamond Tile Backsplash

The unique geometry of diamond tiles offers endless visual impacts! This simple yet effective shape can make a statement on your kitchen walls. Also, you can create different geometrical patterns using diamond tiles like the starburst pattern.

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Transitional Home Bar with Navy Blue Cabinets and Geometric Tile Backsplash

Just like the kitchens, a backsplash is also an important element for home bars, especially for wet ones. The blue, wood, and white harmony gain an elegant look with the brass hardware in this transitional home bar. The mirror bar backsplash creates a visual illusion between the navy blue cabinets while providing a nice textural look with the white frames of the diamond tiles. Those details and white Premium Natural quartz countertop softly complete each other.

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Midcentury Kitchen Design with Dark Gray Cabinetry and Brass Hardware

You can achieve the diamond shape also with the usage of triangle tiles. In this mid-century kitchen, the red backsplash tiles stand out between the dark cabinets and create a striking focal point. Also, these tiles make a fun twist against the elegant appeal of the dark gray cabinets, white countertop, and brass hardware.

Square Tile Backsplash

Even the square is one of the most simple shapes that you can use for a backsplash, there is plenty of different colors, patterns, and texture options. Whether you are working with a classic 4” x 4” white ceramic square tile, or use patterned square for an authentic look, a square tile backsplash is a perfect material to create a timeless appeal for kitchens!

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Romantic Vibe of the Blue Cabinets and Flower Patterned Tiles

This is also another beautiful example of patterned square tiles. Here, the flower patterns of the beige geometric tile backsplash perfectly complete the romantic vibe which is created by the light blue kitchen cabinets. The wooden counter chairs and the wooden flooring complement this romantic vibe.

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Green Geometric Tile Backsplash with White and Green Cabinetry

Beautiful warmth, modern fixtures, and green semi-handmade Zellige tiles round out this one-of-a-kind design! The custom white and green cabinetry, white quartz countertops, and dark wood flooring add to the functionality of a beautiful space.

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Beach Style Kitchen with Gray Geometric Tile Backsplash

With its blue and white color scheme, this kitchen serves an elegant beach style! The geometrically patterned tiles create a visual illusion between the navy blue perimeter cabinets and the white upper cabinets. The gray base of the tiles complements the stainless steel appliances and the brushed nickel hardware.

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Full-height Zellige Tile Backsplash with White Quartz Countertops

The full-height Zellige tile backsplash offers a nice backdrop for this transitional kitchen. Also, the handmade tiles bring a mosaic appeal with their gray shades. The light wood kitchen cabinets are paired with white quartz countertops to add a sense of luxury.

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Modern White Kitchen with Gold Details

In all-white kitchens, using different textures, patterns, or finishes is a great way to spruce up the design! In this modern kitchen, the white Mother of Pearl backsplash brings a fresh look with its glossy finish while competing with the bright look of the white cabinets. The gold details complement the glamorous appeal of the tiles.

Materials of Geometric Tile Backsplash

Marble is one of the most precious stones that is used for interior applications. And marble comes in many different shapes from giant solid slabs to tiny tiles. The beautiful natural look of the marble can lend sophistication to any space. The biggest disadvantage of marble is its porous surface. That means it requires high maintenance than other materials like glass or ceramic tiles. However, with regular sealing and cleaning, you can easily maintain its stunning appeal. Also, marble is a more pricer material but this investment will definitely be worth it!

Marble Geometric Tile Backsplash

Marble is one of the most precious stones that is used for interior applications. And marble comes in many different shapes from giant solid slabs to tiny tiles. The beautiful natural look of the marble can lend sophistication to any space. The biggest disadvantage of marble is its porous surface. That means it requires high maintenance than other materials like glass or ceramic tiles. However, with regular sealing and cleaning, you can easily maintain its stunning appeal. Also, marble is a more pricer material but this investment will definitely be worth it!

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Yellow Cabinets with Gray Countertop and Black Hardware

Small yet stylish and functional! This small kitchen offers a joyful atmosphere with its yellow perimeter cabinets! Yes, it is a bold choice but it definitely works. The gray countertop and the black hardware create a harmonious look with the yellow. The marble chevron tile backsplash makes a luxurious twist against the other features while making the space feel larger. Using white color also on the upper cabinets enhances the spaciousness.

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Gray and White Kitchen with Gray Geometric Tile Backsplash

This black, gray, and gold urban farmhouse kitchen serves an elegant and sleek look! The marble chevron tiles create a cohesive look with the light gray kitchen cabinets and the white quartz countertops. The brass accents like the hardware, the details of the range hood, and the faucets add a dose of sparkle. The black lighting fixtures compliment the traditional style of cabinetry.

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Dark Wood Cabinets with Calacatta Gold Hex Tiles

Marble comes in many different colors and Calacatta Gold is one of the most luxurious ones! The stunning gold sparkles of this marble are perfect to add a luxurious look to the kitchens. In this modern kitchen, the Calacatta Gold marble backsplash is used in hexagon shape which modernizes the design. Also the gold sparkles of the marble complement the warm appeal of the dark wood kitchen cabinets.

Glass Geometric Tile Backsplash

If you are looking for a durable and stylish material, glass is the way to go! Glass tiles are one of the most popular materials for kitchen backsplashes because of their glamorous appeal and durable surface. Also, a glass geometric tile backsplash provides easy to clean surfaces which is very important for the kitchen walls. The wide color variety of glass tiles allows you to find the perfect backsplash for your kitchen!

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Gray and White Kitchen with Wood Flooring

The stunning mosaic appeal of the multicolored glass subway tiles adds so much interest to this transitional kitchen with white and gray cabinets. The white, gray, and black colors of the glass tiles complement all the features and bring all the elements together. The wood flooring breaks the monochrome color scheme and brings warmth to the atmosphere.

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Beige Backsplash with Off White Cabinetry

In this transitional kitchen, the stacked layout of the beige subway tiles makes a modern twist against the traditional style of the off-white kitchen cabinets. Also, the beige backsplash makes a warm touch to the white features.

Ceramic Geometric Tile Backsplash

Are you looking for a material that is visually pleasing and at the same time affordable? Ceramic tiles will be a perfect option for you. With their endless variety of color, shape, texture, and pattern options, there is a ceramic geometric tile backsplash for everyone, and you don’t have to spend a fortune!

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Scandinavian Kitchen with Windmill Patterned Wall Tiles

The stylish wall cladding with 2” windmill triangle tile patterns transforms this Scandinavian kitchen! Clean lines of the cabinets, range hood, and the square ceramic tile backsplash serve a minimalistic appeal while the tiny triangle tiles above the backsplash spruce up the design without breaking the minimalistic approach!

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Midcentury Kitchen with Multicolored Geometric Tile Backsplash

The soft pastel color palette of this Midcentury kitchen serves a romantic and cozy vibe! The patterned ceramic backsplash tiles create a harmonious look with the light blue cabinets, white countertop, and brass hardware. Using open shelving instead of upper cabinets emphasizes the backsplash design.

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Black and Wood Cabinets with Gray Kitchen Countertops

A combination of rustic and industrial selections has given this kitchen a trendy but timeless style. Light wooden upper cabinets provide a brighter look over the black cabinets with a grey granite countertop. Geometric black backsplash tiles in beautiful harmony with the cabinets and create mobility between the flat surfaces.

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Black and White Kitchen with Unique Shaped Tiles

This is another great example of unique geometrical tile shapes. And if you are searching for an alternative to subway tiles these tiles will be a perfect addition to your kitchen! In this Midcentury kitchen, the white backsplash and white countertops nicely contrast with the modern black cabinets and offer a timeless look.

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Natural Wood Cabinetry with Green and Beige Patterned Tiles

The beautiful green and beige pattern of the backsplash tiles directly draw attention and create an accent wall in this midcentury kitchen. Natural wood cabinets bring warmth to the atmosphere and create a harmonious look with ceramic backsplash tiles. The unique design of the white kitchen island with blue subway tiles, wood countertop, and brown chairs add value to the design.

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Contemporary Kitchen with Neutral Color Scheme

Clean and straight lines of the features offer an effortlessly beautiful kitchen design! The neutral color scheme complements these modern vibes. The bluish backsplash tiles complement the shape of the upper cabinets with their vertically stacked layout and this vertical placement makes the space feel higher.

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Black Accent Wall with Black Cabinets and Wall Tiles

The monochromatic black and white color scheme are simple, yet black backsplash tiles make it totally timeless. The white central island creates a perfect contrast with matte black cabinets with a black countertop and black backsplash. email address. A colorful art piece makes a joyful touch shop.

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White Kitchen Design with Blue Accents

Clean, minimal yet effective! The stacked layout of the dark blue geometric tile backsplash makes a modern twist against the traditional style of the white shaker cabinets. Also, the vertical placement of the tiles complements the shape of the upper cabinets which makes the space feel taller. Rectangular brass handles enhance this modernity while the white quartz countertop completes the clean look of the cabinetry. The wooden flooring makes a warm final touch.

How to install a geometric tile backsplash?

For the tile installation, you need a sander, sponge, painter’s tape, pencil, thin-set mortar, notched trowel, spacers, level, tape measure, wet saw or tile cutter, grout float, non sanded grout, grout sealer, caulk, and caulk gun. Before starting the installation, you need to clean the backsplash area and the back of the tiles to achieve a perfect look. Sand the wall of any imperfections and wipe the walls with a sponge to remove stains on the surface.

Define the boundaries with painter’s tape. Then lay the tiles on the counter to plan the tile layout. This way you can find which pieces are needed to cut and avoid unmatching pieces. If you are using ceramic tiles a simple tile cutter will do the job but natural stones like marble need to be cut with a wet saw to avoid cracks. To end the backsplash, if you are going to use a Schluter strip, first install the strip with a thin-set mortar where you’d like your backsplash to stop. If you want to use bullnose tiles, first you need to install the tiles.

Installation

Apply the thin-set mortar with a notched trowel in small sections and start to lay the tiles on the mortar. Keep doing these steps until cover the whole area. Use spaces to secure the tiles and allow the thin-set mortar to set. Then, apply the grout with a grout trowel by using 45 angle motions. After filling the all blanks, wipe down the surface of the tile with a damp sponge and let the grout dry at least overnight. Once, the grout is dried, clean the tile surfaces with a cloth to remove the haze.

For preventing staining, apply a grout sealer. And for a final step, caulk the area where the backsplash meets with the counter to reduce staining.

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