39+ KITCHEN BACKSPLASH
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Two-tone Black and White Cabinets with Gray Kitchen Backsplash
The classy combination of black, white, and gray offers a timeless beach-style kitchen design! The black perimeter cabinets and the black kitchen island give an elegant look while the white upper cabinets make the space feel more spacious. The shaker door style of the cabinets brings a classic traditional feel while the brass knobs complete this elegancy. The white countertops complement the upper cabinets and enhance the freshness. The gray kitchen backsplash adds a nice texture and provides a smooth transition between black and white. The light wood range hood creates a focal point and brings warmth to the atmosphere with its natural texture.
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White Flat-panel Cabinetry with Matte Black Herringbone Tiles
In this white contemporary kitchen, the black herringbone kitchen backsplash pulls the attention and creates a striking focal point. The matte finish and the black grout of the black herringbone tiles give an ultra-modern vibe and complete the modern appeal white flat-panel cabinets. The black hardware of the cabinetry complements the backsplash while gray counter chairs soften the sharp contrast which is created by the black and white color scheme. The gold details of the white pendant lights add a dose of sparkle to the design.
From color scheme to cabinet style, from appliances to lighting there’s a lot to consider when designing a kitchen and these decisions can be overwhelming. One of the most important and also most fun decisions is choosing a backsplash. A kitchen backsplash might be a small detail but it is the key point that brings all the elements together and it deserves a fair amount of care and attention, too. Different materials, colors, textures, and patterns. Options are endless for a kitchen backsplash and if you are looking for the right backsplash for your kitchen, here, discover 41 stunning kitchen backsplash ideas to add a dose of statement-making style to your kitchen!
Traditionally, kitchen backsplashes were made of tile that covers the part of the wall between the perimeter and upper cabinets. However in today’s market, with almost endless color, material, shape, pattern, and texture options, kitchen backsplashes have evolved to become the visual feast and it is a great way to personalized kitchens! Your backsplash can cover the entire wall, can be a pop behind the stove, or create a focal point between the countertop and upper cabinets. It can also serve as a pop of colors, textures, and patterns or it can be a simple tile that can create a cohesive look for the overall look of the kitchen. So, from glossy glass tiles to eye-catching mosaics, shiny metallics to classic ceramic tiles, there are plenty of ways to customize your kitchen walls. Scroll down and check these best stylish kitchen backsplash ideas that fit your style and budget!
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Contemporary Kitchen with Black Hex Tile Backsplash and White Patters
In this contemporary kitchen, the white starburst pattern of the black hexagon tile backsplash adds visual interest between the blue flat-panel kitchen cabinets. The strong contrast between the black and white gives a more powerful look! The flat-panel door style and the matte finish of the blue cabinets serve an ultra-modern look while the geometrical shapes of the hex tiles complete this modernity. The white marble hex floor tiles complement the backsplash tiles and bring a bright look to the atmosphere. The gray marble countertop completes the color scheme and adds a dose of luxury to the design.
Subway Mosaic Tiles
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Light Wood Cabinets with Marble and Brass Accents
Just like the tiles, marble slabs are also a popular choice for kitchen backsplashes. The luxurious look of the marble slabs can instantly change the atmosphere and create a one-of-a-kind kitchen like this design! Here, the white marble backsplash offers a clean and fresh look between the light wood cabinets and the black range hood. The marble countertops of the perimeter and the island create a continuous look with the backsplash. The rectangular shape and the matte finish of the black range hood add a dose of modernism to the design, while the brass finish of the white pendant lights and the brass hardware complete the traditional style of the shaker cabinets.
Kitchen Backsplash Materials
Kitchen backsplashes are a very personal matter. Yes, the appeal is important but functionality is also important as the style. A kitchen backsplash needs to protect walls against splashes and material choice is very important to this functionality. Glass, ceramic, marble, porcelain, stone, brick, and more. Options are just about infinite when choosing a backsplash and you may need to some key decisions before you make your final choice. Here are some design tips and tricks that how to fit the stunningly beautiful styles to the backsplash area!
Glass Tile Kitchen Backsplash
Glass tile kitchen backsplashes are one of the most popular materials for homeowners and interior designers and they provide several advantages. With their endless array of color, pattern, and shape options, from classic subway tiles to eye-catching mosaic tiles, glass material can suitable for different styles. Thanks to its shiny surface, glass naturally reflects the light which offers a brighter and more spacious atmosphere for kitchens. Besides its visual impact, glass is an easy-to-clean material which makes them a perfect material as a backsplash. It is enough to wipe it off with a sponge, dish soap, and warm water after cooking!
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White Shaker Cabinets with Light Blue Subway Tiles and Wood Countertop
This kitchen shows the serene and calm beauty of the white, blue, and wood combination. White shaker-style cabinets are paired with dark wood countertops to emphasize the cabinetry. Light blue glass subway tile backsplash adds a nice color without disturbing the clean and fresh look of the cabinets. Also, blue backsplash tiles complement the blue kitchen island with a quartz countertop which adds a sense of luxury to the design.
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Gray Wood Kitchen Cabinets with Vertical Subway Tiles and Wood Floating Shelves
The green glass subway tile backsplash is definitely the centerpiece of this contemporary kitchen. This gray kitchen’s backsplash tiles stand against the neutral color of the cabinets with their glossy green color 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.
Marble Kitchen Backsplash
Marble is one of the most precious stones that can exude luxury and elegance to any space. It is a great statement-making material for a backsplash and with its unique veinings and grains, it offers one-of-a-kind appeal. From bright whites to bold blacks marble comes in a wide range of color options. That means it can work with different design aesthetics from modern to traditional. The natural beauty and opulence of the marble create an elegant focal point that will never go out of style. The biggest concern of marble is its porous surface. It can absorb the liquids that can cause harbor and bacteria. To avoid staining, a marble kitchen backsplash needs to be sealed. With sealing, you can keep your marble backsplash as fresh as the first day which means it will be low on maintenance.
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Dark Gray Cabinets with White Marble Kitchen Backsplash
The white marble slab backsplash pulls the attention at the first sight and transforms this contemporary kitchen into a luxurious space. The bright look of the marble slab creates a clean and fresh backdrop for the kitchen while the marble countertops provide a continuous look with the backsplash. Brass details like the finishes of the glass pendant lights and the legs of the blue velvet counter chairs complete the sense of luxury while the black kitchen cabinets create a sleek frame for the backsplash. Using dark color for the cabinets makes the white kitchen backsplash stands out.
Modern Mosaic Tiles
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Pastel Pink Cabinets with Natural Stone Tiles and Circular Range Hood
The combination of black, white, and pink offers an elegant and one-of-a-kind contemporary kitchen design. The pastel pink color of the cabinets softens the sharp contrast between the black and white and cabinets give a sleek modern look with their flat-panel door style. The white marble backsplash creates a sleek backdrop while the black marble countertop nicely contrasts with the backsplash to elevate the design.
Ceramic and Porcelain Kitchen Backsplash
Ceramic and porcelain tiles are the most popular and classic options for kitchen backsplashes. Both of them feature beautiful designs, styles, colors, and finishes, and present a beautiful way to spruce up your kitchen. You can choose porcelain or ceramic tile backsplash designs with some pop-up colors and textures that become the centerpiece of your kitchen or go with a simple, white, classic tile for a safer option. Whatever your choice is a ceramic or porcelain kitchen backsplash will be a great addition to your kitchen with its beautiful appeals and functionality.
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Midcentury Kitchen with Wooden Cabinets and Colorful Kitchen Backsplash
In this midcentury kitchen, the multicolored porcelain tile backsplash creates a striking focal point and brings modern vibes with its geometrical patterns. The wooden cabinets provide a sleek frame for the backsplash tiles while white upper cabinets, drawers, and countertops make a fresh touch. The vertical paneling of the kitchen island adds another layer of texture.
What is a kitchen backsplash?
Traditionally, a kitchen backsplash is a material that fills the walls between the countertop and upper cabinets. The purpose is the kitchen backsplash is primarily functional. It protects walls against water and food spills. However, the appearance is also important at least the functionality. Today backsplashes are rounding out the kitchen walls with interesting textures, colors, and design patterns. It can cover all walls or can be partial. Tiles are the most popular options for a kitchen backsplash. Ceramic, porcelain, glass, metal, or stone. There is a wide range of material options for tiles that can fit everyone’s style. Besides the tiles, there are also different options for backsplash like wooden planks, metal sheets, or marble slabs. These options are less choosable than the tiles but if you are looking for something different, they are good and stylish alternatives.
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Two-Tone Blue and White Cabinetry with White Countertop
The lovely shades of the blue raised panel cabinets create a romantic atmosphere for this Scandinavian kitchen. The clean look of the white raised panel cabinets allows the blue details to stand out. The geometrical patterns of the white ceramic tile backsplash bring modernity to the design. The same ceramic patterned tiles are used also on the flooring which acts as a carpet. The white countertop completes the clean and fresh look of the white cabinetry.
Stone Kitchen Backsplash
Granite, slate, limestone, marble, river rock, and more. Stone backsplashes come in a wide range of material options that provide versatility. You can install a marble backsplash to make a luxurious touch or use a brick backsplash to bring a rustic appeal. Thanks to its striking and beautiful appeal, whatever your choice is, a stone kitchen backsplash will help you to create your dreamy kitchen! Besides its visual impact, stone backsplashes also provide durability that makes it a perfect material as a backsplash.
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Transitional Kitchen with Wood Shaker Cabinets and Gray Stacked Stone Wall Tiles
In this transitional kitchen, the neutral color scheme offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The gray stacked stone backsplash provides a sleek backdrop while completing the natural feel of the wooden cabinets. The wooden floating shelves provide an open and airy feel and also allow the backsplash tiles to stand out. The black hardware of the wooden cabinetry nicely contrasts and emphasizes the cabinetry. The glossy white countertop reflects the stone tiles and emphasizes their impact.
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Farmhouse Kitchen with White Cabinets and Stone Walls
In this farmhouse kitchen bright whites perfectly blend with the rough texture of the stone. The exposed stone walls make a rustic twist against the crisp white cabinets and ceiling while the wooden floor complements the stone with its natural look. Also, stone walls elevate the overall look of the kitchen and add a bunch of character.
Metal Kitchen Backsplash
With their striking beauty and extreme durability, metal kitchen backsplashes offer a unique appeal for kitchens. Metal backsplashes come in various styles, colors, and finishes that can fit your personal preferences. You can use a stainless steel backsplash to give a bright and clean look or use a copper backsplash to bring a rustic appeal. On the other hand, if you are looking for something textural, hammered, or brushed metal backsplashes will be an outstanding focal element.
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Wooden Flat-panel Cabinets with Gold Kitchen Backsplash Panel
Generally, metallic backsplashes stand out between different materials, but in this contemporary kitchen, the brass accent is perfectly blended with the warm allure of the wooden textures. The eye-catching brass backsplash panel creates a cohesive look with the wooden cabinets. The flat-panel door style of the cabinets complements the modern appeal of the backsplash while the black quartz countertop adds a dose of luxury. Concrete floor tile completes the neutral color scheme.
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Copper Penny Round Tile with Black Range Hood and Shelf
With its glamorous appeal, the penny tile backsplash transforms this otherwise ordinary kitchen into a stylish design. The copper backsplash complements the olive green wall paint with its earthy color while white flat-panel cabinets create a clean and fresh look. Black range hood and the shelf contrast with the white cabinets to emphasize the characteristic look of the design.
Wood Kitchen Backsplash
Wood is a natural material that can be used for different kitchen applications from wall cladding to cabinets. You might think that wood is not the perfect material for wet areas like backsplash but with the right approach, it can be the perfect addition. It is porous that can absorb liquids and is flammable. But, when it is properly maintained and sealed, the wood backsplash can keep its fresh look for many years. With its natural beauty, a wooden backsplash can bring an organic warmth and elevate the overall look of the kitchen.
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White Flat-panel Cabinets with Wood Kitchen Backsplash and White Countertop
You might think that wooden textures have a rustic feel but as you can see In this kitchen, wood can also look very modern! In this contemporary kitchen, wooden textures soften the bright look of white and make a warmer atmosphere. The modern wood kitchen backsplash completes the sleek modern look of the white flat-panel cabinets while the wooden shelves complement the backsplash.
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Farmhouse Kitchen with Natural Wood Cabinets and Green Pendant Lights
The green pendant lights draw attention at the first sight in this transitional kitchen and add a character to the design. Also, the stunning green shade complements the natural look of the wooden kitchen cabinets. At the back, the white shiplap backsplash, white cabinets, and white countertop create a clean and fresh backdrop while the wooden range hood sands out between the whites and create a focal point.
Brick Kitchen Backsplash
Brick is a strong and durable material used to build masonry constructions and today not only for exteriors, but brick is also one of the trendiest interior design elements. Thanks to its extremely durable structure, it is also a perfect material for kitchen backsplashes. Solid bricks are more durable but require a harder installation process than other materials. That’s why brick veneers are a perfect alternative that looks exactly like brick which is a type of decorative wall paneling made of thin, brick panels. These panels are also cheaper than solid brick installation. Red is the original color of the brick but if you don’t want this bold appearance, you can paint your exposed brick backsplash or there are plenty of color options for brick veneers.
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Black Flat Panel Cabinets with Wood Countertops and Brick Veneers
The combination of the natural brick and wood accents and the matte black cabinets creates a modern industrial look. The brick backsplash and the black modern cabinets serve a harmonious look. The black island with a wooden countertop attached to the wall creates a separation between the kitchen and living room while providing a dining area. The bronze pendant lights add a sparkle and make a perfect final touch.
How to install kitchen backsplash?
The installation process of the backsplash depends on the material, shape, and size of the backsplash. For all materials, you need to prepare the walls before the installation. Sand the roughness and patch the holes on the wall and clean it with an all-purpose cleaner. Define the boundaries of the backsplash with painter’s tape, and remove the electrical switches.
If you are working with tiles, it is important to prepare the layout of your tiles before applying them to the wall. This preparation avoids the unmatched corners and unfilled blanks. Generally smaller tiles come with a mesh which makes the installation process easier. Depending on the shape and pattern of your tiles, you might need to cut some tiles and you need to use specialized tools for the material.
Apply the mortar with a V-notch trowel in small sections. Then stick the tile on the mortar. Do these steps until cover the all backsplash area. Wait at least over a night, and after it dries, wipe down the tiles with a cloth and cleaner. Apply the grout with a float at a 45-degree angle. Wait until all grouts dry and wipe the tiles with a wet sponge. If you are working with stone material, you need to do also sealing.
After the installation of the tiles, grab a soft cotton rag, damp it with a stone sealer and rub the surfaces of the tiles. After waiting 20 minutes, wipe off with a clean cloth. You can repeat this process until all the surfaces are properly sealed. If you are working with larger pieces like a marble slab or metal sheet, the installation process is done much in the same way as tiles but additionally, you need a strong backer material that is screwed into the studs.
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Farmhouse Kitchen with WhiteWashed Brick Backsplash
In this farmhouse kitchen, the whitewashed brick kitchen backsplash makes a rustic twist against the clean and fresh look of the white shaker cabinets without breaking the elegant overall look of the kitchen. The black kitchen island stands out between the white cabinets and the black countertop and hardware complement the island. The wooden flooring brings warmth to the atmosphere.
Kitchen Backsplash Tile Types
When it comes to the backsplash, tiles are the most popular option for homeowners and interior designers. But in endless shapes, patterns, and colors, it would be unfair to call them just tiles. With the right approach, kitchen backsplash tiles can be the centerpiece of space. Just like the material, choosing the style of your backsplash is important to define the overall look. Subway, herringbone, hexagon, arabesque, and more. Possibilities are various but how do choose the right tile? When choosing the tile, you need to consider the overall style of your kitchen. If you have a modern cooking space, you can complete the modernity with hex tiles or install the subway tiles in a stacked layout. If you are looking for something more traditional, arabesque tiles will do the job!
Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash
Whether your kitchen style is modern or traditional, contemporary, or farmhouse, subway tiles are a failsafe addition to every kitchen.
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White Kitchen with Subway Tile Backsplash and Wood Shelves
In this white farmhouse kitchen, white shaker cabinets, white countertops, and the white subway tile kitchen backsplash offer a timeless appeal. Wooden floating shelves break the white domination in the room and bring warmth to the atmosphere. Also, using open shelving instead of upper cabinets, give an open and airy feel.
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White Shaker Cabinets with Quartz Countertops and Wood Accents
The fresh and clean feel of the white surrounds this transitional kitchen and offers a spacious atmosphere. The gray subway tiles are laid vertically which adds dimension and makes the space feel higher. Also, the backsplash tile covers the entire kitchen wall and this beautiful wall tile provides a sleek backdrop for the white shaker cabinets. The wooden trim of the white range hood and leather chairs of the kitchen island add warmth with their natural textures while the oversized black lighting fixture makes an eye-catching final touch.
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Green Modern Backsplash Tiles with White Grout
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.
Herringbone Tile Kitchen Backsplash
Herringbone is a type of subway tile that is laid in a fishbone pattern. This simple twist on the classic subway tile makes a big impact and helps to create a striking backsplash for kitchens. Just like the classic subways, herringbone tiles come in a wide range of material, color, pattern, and size options. If you want to highlight more this beautiful pattern, you can use contrasting grout colors!
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Black and White Cabinets with Wood Island and White Countertops
The matte gray backsplash tiles are in contrast with white cabinets while they are in harmony with wooden textures. The matte finish of the tiles adds a modern feel to the design. Black accents like faucet and pendant lights complement the taller black cabinet and give a character to the kitchen. The chairs bring the beach-style spirit to the kitchen!
Mosaic Tile Kitchen Backsplash
A mosaic tile backsplash is a collection of smaller tiles that make one larger piece of art. Mosaic tiles are classic for kitchen backsplashes and with their wide range of color, material, and pattern options, they can be suitable for all types of kitchen designs. You can create a glamorous look with glass tiles or add a dose of luxury with marble tiles. Also, you can combine different materials like glass and metal, stone and glass to create a mosaic appeal. Whatever your choice is, a mosaic tile kitchen backsplash is a great way to add visual interest to kitchens!
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Blue and White Kitchen with Multicolored Scallop Tiles
These blue, white, and gray scallop tiles are like a piece of art! This stunning combination creates a mosaic appeal and provides a one-of-a-kind backsplash design. Also, the color scheme of the backsplash tiles balances with light gray upper cabinets, navy-blue perimeter cabinets, and white quartz countertops. The stainless steel appliances create a focal point between the cabinets while the black hardware nicely contrasts with the whites to emphasize them.
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Beach Style Kitchen with Mosaic Tile Backsplash and Shiplap Ceiling
The combination of crisp white and pastel blue offers a calm and spacious atmosphere. The white shaker cabinets and glass-fronted upper cabinets create a clean backdrop while the pastel blue kitchen island brings joy to the atmosphere. The white and blue shaded glossy tiles create mosaic appeal and bring all the elements together. The oversized glass pendant lights and the beige counter chairs add a characteristic look with their unique appeals.
Hexagon Tile Kitchen Backsplash
In today’s market, hexagon or honeycomb tiles become a popular design element for interior designs, and kitchen backsplash is one of the most popular application areas for these tiles. With their sleek beauty, hex tiles can be suitable for different design styles such as modern or traditional. From marble to copper, white to black, these tiles come in a wide range of material, color and size options. You can create a mosaic appeal with different shaded hex tiles or enhance the modernity with larger tiles. Whether complete the overall look cohesively or make an unexpected twist with contrasting hex tiles, a hexagon tile kitchen backsplash is a great way to create a unique appeal for kitchens!
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White Kitchen Cabinetry with Hex Tile Kitchen Backsplash and Black Accents
Even it has not had a distinctive color, the gray shaded hex tile backsplash stands out in this kitchen and creates a sleek appeal. The wooden trim of the white range hood makes a warm touch and complements the wood look tiles. The black details like the hardware and the faucet nicely contrast with the crisp white cabinets to bring a luxurious feel.
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Wooden Kitchen Island with White Countertop and Gray Chairs
Even it has a simple shape and basic colors, this hex tile kitchen backsplash acts as a piece of art and transforms this otherwise ordinary kitchen into an eye-catching design. The black grout contrasts with the white hex tiles and emphasizes them. White shaker cabinets are paired with a black countertop and black hardware which enhance the elegancy of the look. The wooden kitchen island softens the sharp contrast between the black and white and creates a continuous look with the wooden flooring.
Kitchen Backsplash Colors
White, black, blue, gray, green, and more! There is a color for everyone that fits his or her style and taste. You can go with white to create a bright look, use black tiles to add some drama or go with other colors like green or blue to be more adventurous. It is all about your taste and the color scheme of your kitchen. If you want to highlight your backsplash you can use contrasting colors on your backsplash and cabinets like black and white but if you are looking for something more cohesive matching backsplash and cabinet colors will be a better choice for you. It seems like a small detail but the color of your kitchen backsplash will define the overall look of your kitchen!
White Kitchen Backsplash
White is the most popular color for interior designs because it can work well with every color. A kitchen backsplash is one of these areas. Whether it is a classic white subway tile or sleek white hex tile, a white kitchen backsplash is a fail-safe option for all kitchens. Also, if you are working on a small kitchen, using white is a great way to make the space feel more spacious!
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Unique White Kitchen Backsplash Design with Wood and White Cabinets
Even it has a white color, this kitchen backsplash offers a distinctive look with its unique tile shape, and using a gray grout emphasizes this stunning pattern! Thanks to its unique appeal, this white backsplash looks like an art piece and offers an eye-catching backdrop for the white and wood cabinets. The white upper cabinets serve a minimalist look to emphasize the backsplash while the wood perimeter and tall cabinets create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The white countertop of the perimeter cabinets creates a continuous look with the backsplash.
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Modern Kitchen with Wood Island and Brass Pendant Lights
In this modern kitchen, the interior designer adds a slight texture with the tiny white chevron tile backsplash which provides a clean backdrop with the white upper cabinets and the white range hood. The wooden trim of the range hood complements the wooden island with a white countertop. The wicker counter chairs complete the natural feel of the island while the brass pendant lights bring a mid-century vibe.
Black Kitchen Backsplash
Without an argument, black is the most sophisticated color that can instantly change the atmosphere. You might think that black is too dark for the kitchen but if you want to give a bold and distinctive look to your backsplash, there is no better option than black. You can round out a moody kitchen with a black kitchen backsplash or bring a sophisticated look to a bright kitchen design.
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Transitional Kitchen with White Cabinets and Black Accent Wall
In this transitional kitchen, the black elongated hex tiles, the white range hood, and open shelving create a striking accent wall. The full-height installation of the black backslash tiles emphasizes their impact and creates a sophisticated backdrop for the white range hood and glass shelves. The gold details of the open shelving complete the luxurious feel of the black tiles while white shaker cabinets, the island, and countertops give a bright look to the kitchen.
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Light Gray Cabinets with Black Granite Kitchen Backsplash and Countertop
The sparkles of the black granite backsplash and countertop add visual interest to this gray modern kitchen and offer a unique appeal. The light gray flat-panel cabinets serve a modern look while providing a bright atmosphere with their glossy lacquer finish. The black countertop is expanded in an u-shape to create a peninsula with black counter chairs. The white and gold pendant lights complete the contemporary style perfectly.
Gray Kitchen Backsplash
With its almost endless array of shades and hues, gray is a versatile color that can work with different color schemes and styles. A gray kitchen backsplash can create a sleek backdrop for your kitchen and add an elegant feel!
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White Kitchen Island with Marble Countertop and White Chairs
In this contemporary kitchen, the crisp white color of the cabinets is perfectly balanced by the wood textures and gray details. The gray ceramic tile backsplash adds a nice texture between the flat surfaces of the cabinets while wooden perimeter cabinets add warmth to the atmosphere. The stainless steel range hood provides a continuous look with the gray ceramic tiles. The white kitchen island with a marble countertop and white chairs completes the clean look of the upper cabinets and provides plenty of space for working.
How to choose kitchen backsplash?
When choosing a backsplash, you need to consider your budget, the size of your space, style, and material. A kitchen backsplash is the focal point of the kitchen and it is a perfect space to get creative. So, you need to choose a material you will be happy with. But what’s your style? Backsplashes need to showcase the style and color scheme of your kitchen. They can be made from stone, glass, ceramic, porcelain, or metal that can feature everything from complex and distinctive patterns to simple designs. You can order tile samples to see what they look like and how they look with your cabinets and countertops.
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Teal Kitchen Island with Leather Counter Chairs and Bubble Chandelier
The teal kitchen island is the star of this transitional kitchen! The bold teal color of the island instantly elevates the design. The leather counter chairs complete the sophisticated look of the island while the white countertop makes a fresh touch. The gray square backsplash tiles and wooden floating shelves create a sleek backdrop for the island. The stacked layout of the backslash gives a modern feel. The glass bubble chandelier completes the spacious feel of the atmosphere.
Blue Kitchen Backsplash
If you want to add color to your design, blue is one of the most popular color choices for kitchen backsplashes. The calm and relaxing feel of the blue can help you to create a serene atmosphere. Whether it’s a subway or hex tile, herringbone or mosaic tile, a blue ceramic tile backsplash will be the focal point of your kitchen.
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Blue and White Kitchen with 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.
Glass Mosaic Tiles
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Wood Cabinets with Blue Hex Tiles and White Grout
The blue hexagon backsplash and orange range create a unique and joyful kitchen design with wood cabinets, white countertops, and metal hardware. The white grout of the hexagon tiles emphasizes the pattern and complements the white countertop.
Green Kitchen Backsplash
If you are bored with classic colors like black or white and if you are looking for something more adventurous, a green kitchen backsplash is a way to go! The natural look of the green is a great way to create warm and welcoming spaces!
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Contemporary Kitchen with Green Subway Tiles and Wood Countertop
The bold and vibrant green color of the subway tile backsplash creates a distinctive focal point in this contemporary kitchen. The glossy appeal of the glass subway tiles also adds a freshness to the space. The black flat-panel cabinets serve an elegant look while the wooden countertops complete the natural feel of the green. The white upper cabinets create a clean look and make the space feel larger.
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Mediterranean Kitchen with Multicolored Floor Tiles
Different colors, patterns, and textures perfectly come together in this Mediterranean kitchen and create a one-of-a-kind design. The green square backsplash tiles complete the warm appeal of the light wood kitchen cabinets. The black hardware enhances the modernity of the atmosphere. The multicolored floor tiles add another layer of texture with their unique patterns.
Kitchen Backsplash Styles
Just like the kitchens, backsplashes can have different design aesthetics like modern or traditional. Their materials, patterns, textures, sizes, and shapes define this visual impact. If you want to create a more modern look, you can go with tiles that have clean lines and straight edges. If you want to give a more traditional look, you can go with more oriental shapes like arabesque tiles.
Modern Kitchen Backsplash
Modern style is known for clean lines, sharp edges, geometrical shapes, and neutral color schemes. You can complete your modern kitchen with a minimalist modern kitchen backsplash design or make a modern twist against your traditional style cabinetry.
Rustic Kitchen Backsplash
Rustic style has a warm and welcoming feel. To give this charming appeal, stone and wood backsplashes are a perfect choice. The rough textures of the wood and stone are a great way to add organic warmth to the atmosphere!
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Brown Subway Tiles with White Cabinets and Dark Wood Countertops
The brown subway tile backsplash offers a sleek backdrop for this modern kitchen and brings a rustic vibe to the atmosphere. The white upper cabinets adjacent to the range had the backs tiled in sequence to minimize their dominance. The white kitchen island is finished with a dark wood countertop which complements the backsplash tiles. Gold details like the trim of the range hood complete the warm hues of the brown.
Marble Mosaic Tiles
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Rustic Kitchen with Stone Wall Tiles and Copper Range Hood
The combination of the different materials and textures offers a warm and welcoming space. The exposed stone wall creates an accent and completes the rustic charm of the kitchen. The oversized copper range hood creates a focal point while wooden floating shelves provide an open feel. Rustic kitchen cabinets and the island create a blended look with other features.
White Shaker Cabinets with Black Hardware and Modern Backsplash
Simple yet effective! The stunning pattern of the subway tiles transforms this otherwise ordinary kitchen into a sleek and eye-catching design without overwhelming. The greyish color of the tiles also provides a smooth transition between the white shaker cabinets and the black countertop. Black hardware complements the countertop.