Mediterranean Backsplash – Engaging Atmopshere of Mediterranean Style

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Modern Mediterranean Kitchen with White Cabinets and Wood Floating Shelves

The wood floor and stone backsplash in this modern Mediterranean kitchen add warmth to the white cabinets! A subtle pattern that embodies the essence of the Mediterranean style is displayed in the background by the natural stone backsplash in an earthy color scheme. The stainless steel appliances blend perfectly with the modern style as do the floating shelf, potted plants, wood top cabinets and light hardwood flooring!

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Rustic Mediterranean Kitchen with Black Granite Countertops

Applying the architecture of the country house enables homeowners to have an authentic cooking experience in the company of the natural wood cabinets and island, white floor tiles, and black granite countertops. Aside from those, the black and white Mediterranean ceramic tile backsplash matches perfectly the rustic appeal of the wood accents. The white-painted cabinetry with black countertops helps open up the space, letting the natural wood do its job. If you want to enrich the kitchen with small details, having a floating shelf above the stove creates a perfect spot for the spices.

Mediterranean Backsplash

Known for their expansive and double kitchen islands, curvy forms, dark wood cabinets, colorful backsplashes, and archways, Mediterranean kitchens offer an engaging atmosphere that feels cozy and alluring. But probably it is a Mediterranean backsplash that makes these kitchens more inviting and charming with punches of colors. Available in all sorts of shades and patterns, the Mediterranean handmade ceramic and encaustic tiles add a sense of charm to your kitchen walls beautifully.

Create a Tranquil Atmosphere with a Mediterranean Aesthetic

You can create a dynamic and energizing design theme with Mediterranean kitchen backsplashes. You can even use it as your main guide to complement the color scheme of your kitchen by using the colors present in the tiles. Whether you want to go for a fully-fledged Mediterranean look or a modern version of it, you don’t need to change the backsplash necessarily. You can play with the complementary elements to place the kitchen in a modern context. In this blog, we compiled 28 design projects that used a Mediterranean backsplash as a statement piece, which will surely whet your appetite.

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Full-height Backsplash with Wood Shelf and Beige Countertops

We all know that Mediterranean kitchens love double or oversized islands and prefer spanning across a vast space. Here, for instance, the full-height backsplash replaces the overhead cabinets encouraging the space to feel more spacious and open. The grid pattern of the ceramic square tile backsplash is accentuated by open shelving for the kitchenware adding enough character along with the tiled range hood. The beige countertops, kitchen island, and wooden base cabinets enhance the Mediterranean feel, while the linear lighting fixture enhances modernity.

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Mediterranean Backsplash with Wood Accents and Whtie Cabinets

This Mediterranean kitchen puts the backsplash in the spotlight, framed by the crisp white cabinets and countertops that make the kitchen look healthy and fresh! The wooden floating shelves, wood cabinet hardware and the tiled kitchen island allow homeowners to project their personalities and bring more characteristic touches for a more lived-in feel.

What is a Mediterranean tile?

From warm terracotta to encaustic tiles, the white-blue pattern rich mosaic tiles, and colorful Moroccan tiles, a Mediterranean tile could be any of those and also many more. Mediterranean tiles are known as handmade ceramic and cement tiles that include Mexican Talavera, Tunisian tiles, Italian Majolica tiles, and Portuguese azuleje tiles. They are generally easy to clean and maintain and have high resistance to fire. They can be used to clad the kitchen and shower walls, staircases, and floors. Especially, in kitchens, you make a statement with them by creating a stove backsplash. With these tiles, you can bring in lots of bright colors and various floral patterns to beautify your kitchen walls.

ID# 177904 | – Credit© Tempus Design Studio Pty Ltd

Handmade Mediterranean Backsplash with Statement Island

If you are working with a transitional kitchen and want it to pay a nod to the Mediterranean style, one of the best ways is to use a handmade backsplash rich in patterns and colors! Here for instance, the beige tiles colonize the walls and make a statement between the white cabinets. To complement it, you can use a statement island with wood accents that give the design a classy feel while stainless steel appliances, modern lighting fixtures, and a brass tap that looks new and shiny capture the transitional vibe.

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ID# 177905 | – Credit© François Guillemin

Wood Cabinets with Black Countertops and Zellige Tiles

Though we are used to seeing bulky wooden cabinets in Mediterranean kitchens, it doesn’t always have to be this way. For example, you can benefit from backsplashes in place of overhead cabinets to open up the space. Especially if you want to give the design a more modern feel, it is better to stick to the light shades with glossy finishes that seem more like little silhouettes while the wood cabinetry ensures diversity. Additionally, this kitchen makes use of exposed wooden beams, potted plants, and terrazzo flooring keeping the design akin to the Mediterranean style.

How do you modernize a Mediterranean Kitchen?

If you want to modernize your Mediterranean kitchen, you can start by playing with the colors! Getting rid of dark wood cabinets or any dark shades could be one of your starting points. You can replace them with light cream, white and pale blue shades to open up the space and enhance the brightness and freshness of the atmosphere. Using direct lighting under cabinets or inside cabinets also brings a contemporary element. It is also recommended that for large areas such as floors and ceilings, you can act more generously to create a rustic look.

Another way to create Mod-Mediterranean is to use two backsplashes. You can use a Moroccan or Mediterranean tile backsplash to create an accent wall while the rest of the walls are clad with a modern backsplash. As for countertops, you can use white quartz backsplashes that introduce sleek lines and you can just avoid using busy pattern granite countertops.

ID# 177906 | – Credit© Tass Construction Group

Spanish Mediterranean Revival Home with Wood Cabinets and Cage Pendants

You are lucky if you have gently sloping archways and radius windows as your home’s main architectural defining features. Because this way, the Mediterranean comes naturally, and here, we have one of the greatest examples of them in the company of the full-height wooden cabinets, curved kitchen island, and gray quartz slabs that orchestrate a fine sample of Mediterranean feel. Lastly, the wood floor blends with the other elements to retain integrity.

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Beige Kitchen Design with Quartz Countertops

This modern Mediterranean kitchen is packed with beige cabinets and traditional elements that pay tribute to the Spanish architectural features. In the background, the beige stone backsplash seamlessly blends with the cabinets. The texture rich quartz countertops bring a touch of opulence that enhances the beige color palette of the overall design!

Mediterranean Tile Backsplash

What feels magical and mesmerizing about Mediterranean tile backsplashes is the richness of colors and patterns. Mostly coming as ceramic and cement tiles, along with terracotta tiles, Mediterranean tile backsplashes are one of the most colorful and characteristic tile options you can find in the market. They will assist you perfectly in creating accent walls or backsplashes in your kitchen.

Blue Mediterranean Tile Backsplash

Blue is one of the symbolic colors of the Mediterranean backsplashes which connotes the sea! Especially the ones with white and blue floral patterns are extremely popular, sometimes featuring tinges of yellow. You can combine those with brass fixtures, blue or wooden islands and two-tone cabinetry of whites and blues!

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Blue Cabinets and Wood Island for Blue Mediterranean Backsplash

If you prefer blue rather than earthy tones in your Mediterranean kitchen, use a blue tile backsplash with Spanish patterns and match it with white shaker cabinets as here. This way, you create a well-coordinated look and a well-balanced dynamic. To enrich the visual scheme and contribute to warming shades, you can benefit from wooden stools and beige floor tiles that soften the blue-white contrast without going too dramatic. Lastly, the chrome cabinet hardware and taps bring a sense of glow to glorify the Mediterranean feel.

What cabinets go with a Mediterranean backsplash?

Cabinet styles are one of the defining features when it comes to kitchen design as they are one of the main bones of the kitchens! That’s why when choosing the right cabinet for you, it is better to keep in mind what kind of style you expect your kitchen to execute. In Mediterranean kitchens, for example, raised-panel, shaker, beadboard, glass-fronted and recessed-panel cabinets are popularly used. You can even use flat-front cabinets if you want to go for a sleeker and modern look. You can, for example, create a Scandinavian-Mediterranean feel by using the slab-front cabinets.

As for the color scheme of the cabinets, dark wood and dark brown shades are very popularly used in traditional kitchens. But if you want something more modern, you can go with cream, white and off-white shades that modernize and refresh the kitchen significantly.

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Blue Mediterranean Tile Backsplash with White Cabinets and White Countertops

How the exposed wood beams deliver a rustic flavor that instantly changes the kitchen’s aura! They bring a Mediterranean feel to the otherwise white modern kitchen along with the blue tile backsplash that designates the cooking zone. The backsplash tiles pop out against the white walls, which continue with the all-white cabinets. The white-dominant theme enhances the spaciousness and openness of the kitchen, while the large blue kitchen island paired with copper chairs complements the blue tiles and brings depth to the space.

Green Mediterranean Tile Backsplash

Green Mediterranean tile backsplashes can be combined with wood accents, white cabinets, and brass or silverish hardware. To create a modern look with it, you can go with lighter shades and some iconic rustic features or borrow some elements from cottage kitchens such as apron-front sinks and cage pendants to preserve the Mediterranean feel.

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Green Mediterranean Backsplash with White Cabinets and White Range Hood

The touch of green that the square tile green Mediterranean backsplash brings is enough to add some color and character to the design between the white cabinets! The beige stone floor tiles bring much-needed warmth while the exposed wooden beams heighten the sensibility of the space. Overall, sticking to one major color, which is white, keeps the kitchen well-balanced and cohesive while the green tiles add a touch of color that coordinates with the Mediterranean flair.

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Green Mediterranean Backsplash with Green Cabinets and White Countertops

What greets us here is a kitchen that offers everything: color, pattern, texture, and a perfect combination of Mediterranean vibes with modern touches! The green vibrant green hues dominate the kitchen, used in two places, first to make the backsplash area and second, to cover the cabinets. The herringbone design of the backsplash tiles creates a visual accent and gives the cabinets a dimensional vibe. The stainless steel backsplash panel behind the stove enhances the modern aesthetic. Lastly, the white quartz countertops and white marble-look floor tiles enlighten the atmosphere along with the cabinets to achieve cohesiveness and balance!

ID# 177912 | – Credit© Emilie Fournet Interiors

Green Basketweave Tile Backsplash with White Cabinets and Brass Hardware

If you want to spice up your kitchen, a backsplash is one of the best ways to do so. In this kitchen, for instance, the green basketweave tile backsplash adds an exotic flavor to the otherwise monotonic kitchen between the white cabinets. These horizontally lined cabinets are punctuated by brass hardware to build a sense of warmth, while the patterned floor tiles stand out as another authentic touch that delivers the Mediterranean feel in addition to the green backsplash.

Black and White Mediterranean Tile Backsplash

Black and white or only pure white and black tiles can also serve as Mediterranean tile backsplashes! If you decide to get pattern rich tiles, it is better not to take the backsplash up to the ceiling as it may look cluttered and may not be sustainable for you in the long term. White tiles are perfect for creating a bright and spacious atmosphere, especially when paired with a light-colored cabinet. If you want to create a sophisticated atmosphere with a touch of drama, black tiles will never let you down.

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Eat-in Mediterranean Kitchen with Navy Blue Cabinets

In this Mediterranean kitchen, the exposed wooden beams and columns are a showstopper! Also, aligned with these two stunning additions, what peeks out behind the range hood is the accent backsplash of the marble slab, harmonizing with navy blue kitchen cabinets. They give the perfect charm and the Mediterranean feel to the kitchen that warms up this eat-in space. The rest is mostly clad in white, cream, and blue shades, all complementary to each other.

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White Kitchen Cabinets with Wood Island and Patterned Backsplash Tiles

An amazing farmhouse feel sets the tone of the kitchen with a Mediterranean vibe thanks to the patterned tile backsplash. The white ceramic tiles of the backsplash feature beautiful blue patterns that create a striking focal point. Complementing them are white cabinets, white countertops, and a light wood kitchen island that add a dramatic impact with a sense of freshness. Overhead, white flush mounts seem rather modern without looking out of place, while on the floor, the black tiles create a contrast.

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Zellige Tile Backsplash with Sage Green Cabinets

Visited by the streaming lights, this modern Mediterranean kitchen warms your heart, at first sight, letting the interplay of shadows and lights. In the rear, the white Zellige tile backsplash covers only the area between the cabinets and the floating shelf so as not to overwhelm the space, bringing a relatively modern feature with the sage green cabinets. The black and white terrazzo floor tiles add a sense of solidity to the design while light wood floating shelves and wicker stools bring a soft touch. At the center sitting is an oversized island that offers plenty of worksurface and storage and even a small eating space.

ID# 177917 | – Credit© Grenor Homes

Dark Blue Cabinets with Mediterranean Backsplash

This kitchen owes its timeless look to the blue-white color palette enriched with wooden and metallic elements. Dotted by the dark blue cabinets and a variety of materials, the kitchen design makes for a stylish look that feels cozy in the meantime. The dark full-height cabinets make the kitchen look taller with a sense of grandeur, flanking the sink zone and the white Mediterranean backsplash. The flower pattern of the hexagon backsplash tiles adds extra interest below the wood range hood.

Colorful Mediterranean Tile Backsplash

Finding a monochromatic Mediterranean tile is very impossible because the majority of them use multiple colors or at least two colors to create a pattern! However, it is preferable to utilize the backsplash as a point of reference to balance the kitchen’s color scheme and visual concept if you decide on anything very striking. The distinct and tranquil atmosphere of the Mediterranean style is readily captured with a vibrant backsplash.

ID# 177918 | – Credit© Peter Schaad Design Studio

Modern Mediterranean Kitchen with Dark Wood Cabinets and Colorful Tiles

If you want to soften the dark Spanish kitchens mostly occupied by wood cabinets, you can utilize white countertops and soft color shades to reinterpret the Mediterranean feel in a modern context! Such shades not only brighten up the kitchen but also bring a contemporary voice to the space that feels welcoming. Here, for example, we have colorful backsplash tiles that consist of vibrant shades of red and orange. So, to retain integrity, you can use your backsplash as your reference point while deciding on the color repertoire of your kitchen. Using the same tiles also for the tiled kitchen island creates a continuous look. White countertops are also a safe choice to provide breathing space. The wood counter stools and copper pendants complement the look.

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Colorful Mediterranean Backsplash with Double Islands and Picket Pattern Floor Tiles

Filled with characteristic fixtures, this vast kitchen features an archway that opens to a butler’s pantry! And it showcases the inherent Mediterranean architecture of the house that is given a modern spin with white shades. The white walls and white cabinets give the space a clean and neat look to enhance this openness. Here, we have off-white honed countertops that give them a sleek modern look. They are complemented with wood cabinet hardware and floating shelves that enrich the design with a touch of rustic flair. But apart from those, what makes the statement is the Mediterranean backsplash that brings in earthy shades for a sense of contrast and warmth.

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