Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash Eye-catching Backsplash Desings for Outdoor

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Transitional Porch with White Brick Walls and Dark Flooring

With its white brick features and wooden details, this transitional outdoor kitchen gives a shabby chic style! The beautiful rough texture of the white brick dominates the space but it’s not overwhelming! The black countertops and the dark gray floor tiles nicely contrast with the white brick backsplash and other details. Accessories complement the style of the design and add visual interest.

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Unique Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash with White Cabinets

Different patterned ceramic tiles perfectly come together and create an art-like piece! White kitchen cabinets serve a clean and simple look and allow the backsplash to stand out. The metal range hood acts as part of the outdoor kitchen backsplash. Also, the backsplash tiles make a rustic twist against the modern look of the white cabinets with black hardware.

Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash

Outdoor kitchens are great places for entertaining with family and friends and by expanding your outdoor living space, you can add another room to your home! Apart from the cabinets, grills, beverage fridges, just like the indoor kitchens, a backsplash has an important role also in the outdoor kitchens. An outdoor kitchen backsplash should provide both function and style. Here, we gather out beautiful outdoor kitchen designs that you will find different inspirational backsplash ideas!

An outdoor backsplash not only provides storage or organization but also offers entertaining spaces. And this space needs a backsplash. Whether it is a classic ceramic tile or sheet metal, an outdoor kitchen backsplash will add value to your design and provide a protective layer for the walls against water, food, and heat damage. Also, a wide range of material options allows you to reflect your taste! So, are you ready to dive into different outdoor kitchen backsplash ideas? Scroll down and get inspired by these stunning outdoor kitchen backsplash ideas!

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Wood Cabinets with White Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash

Small areas can be transformed into functional spaces! In this patio design, the small outdoor kitchen offers both functional and stylish space. The natural textures of the wooden cabinets and the green chairs of the dining table complement the green shades of nature while the white subway tile backsplash brings a fresh look.

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Black Hexagon Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash with Dark Wood Cabinets

With their sleek geometrical shapes, hexagon tiles are a perfect way to add a sleek and modern look to any design! In this transitional patio design, the black hexagon tile backsplash adds a nice texture and creates a striking focal point. The black granite countertop of the dark wood kitchen cabinets creates a continuous look with the backsplash tiles. The oversize stainless steel range hood completes the modern vibes of the design.

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ID# 129204 | Houzz.com – Credit© Moda Interiors

Contemporary Patio with Black Accent Wall

Even if you are using one color, adding some textures and patterns is a great way to add visual interest to the design. In this contemporary patio, the black solid slab backsplash and dark wood outdoor kitchen cabinets create a strong accent. The same material of the backsplash is also used on the countertop and they give a rustic feel to the design.

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Mediterranean Outdoor Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances

One small detail can change the entire atmosphere like this outdoor kitchen backsplash! The Moroccan backsplash tiles bring the calm and serene feeling of the Mediterranean style and bring joy to the design. The stone cabinets, flooring, and wooden pergola complete the cozy and warm feel of the tiles.

Can backsplash be used outdoors?

The answer is absolutely yes! Just like the indoor kitchens, the outdoor kitchen needs a backsplash to protect the walls against water and food damage. Actually using it would be a better option.

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Black Cabinets with Hexagon Wall Tiles and Range Hood

You can never go wrong with a monochrome color palette if you want to create a timeless look! The black kitchen cabinets, gray hexagon wall tiles, and gray countertops create a harmonious look for this beach-style outdoor kitchen. The oversized black range hood complements the cabinets and creates a focal point on the honeycomb backsplash. The unique pendant lights make a personal touch to finalize the design.

Outdoor Backsplash Materials

When it comes to material, much like the indoor kitchens, options are endless. Each of them has different impacts and pros and cons. Before deciding on the material, you need to learn these aspects. This way you can find which material is right for your design. Below you can find the materials which are commonly used for outdoor applications.

Ceramic and Porcelain Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash

Ceramic and porcelain tiles are one of the most common materials for all types of kitchens. With their endless variety of color, shape, pattern, and texture options, these tiles allow you to get creative! Also, the waterproof surfaces of the ceramic and porcelain outdoor kitchen backsplash offer an ideal surface for outdoor usage.

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Contemporary Patio with Concrete Backsplash and Black Countertop

The modern black cabinets, black countertop, and concrete outdoor kitchen backsplash serve a strong characteristic look while the wooden textures soften the atmosphere and bring warmth. Also, in this small patio, using the wooden panels at different angles distracts the compact sizes and makes the space feel larger.

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Glossy White Wall Tiles with Blue Patterned Floor Tiles

Clean, fresh, and bright! This beach-style kitchen perfectly gives the fresh look and offers a welcoming atmosphere! The white ceramic outdoor kitchen backsplash, white countertop, and the range hood enhance the brightness which is created by the white ceiling of the pergola. The glossy finish of the ceramic tile backsplash reflects the natural light and creates a visual illusion. On the other hand, the blue Spanish tiles on the floor make a statement and create an eye-catching look. The wood cabinets create a harmonious look with the wall and floor tiles.

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Monochrome Kitchen Design with Stainless Steel Appliances

Using contrasting colors is perfect to create a balanced look! In this transitional patio, the dark gray subway tile backsplash creates a contrasting look with the crisp white cabinets and creates a striking focal point. The black countertop, black lighting fixture, and black cushions of the chairs complement the tiles while the glass cabinet knobs complete the bright look of the cabinets.

How do you install an outdoor backsplash?

The installation process of an outdoor backsplash is the same as the indoors. Of course, different materials might require different techniques. Whether it is a tile or natural stone, brick or metal sheet, first you need to clean the walls to create a smooth surface.

If you are working with tiles or brick veneers, first lay the tiles on the counter and define the layout. This way you can find where to start tiling. And you will see if there is any that needs to be cut from the tiles. For ceramic, porcelain, or glass tiles you can use a simple tile cutter but for natural stones, you need to use a wet saw. After this preparation, mix the adhesive, apply it in small sections with a trowel. Then start laying the tiles. Do these steps after covering all areas. Don’t forget to place a spacer to secure tiles. Let the tiles dry overnight. Then, apply the grout with a grout float by 45 angle motions. Clean the tile surfaces with a sponge and let the grout dry.

If you are using solid stone slabs or metal sheets, the installation is easier. You just need to apply the adhesive back to the slab or sheet and stick it on the wall. If you are using natural stones or natural brick, you need to also seal them.

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Black Ceramic Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash with Black Cabinetry

In this modern patio design, the tiny ceramic subway tiles create a nice textural look above the matte black cabinets. The white countertop contrast with the black features and brings a fresh look. The stainless steel appliances offer a professional cooking area!

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Transitional Patio Design with BEige Stone Walls and Floor

This transitional outdoor kitchen features gray cabinets, a white countertop, dark gray subway tiles, stainless steel appliances, a glass circular table, and rattan chairs. All features perfectly complete the warm feel of the beige stone walls and floors.

What type of material is best for outdoor use?

For outdoor use, durability is a very important aspect of materials. Stainless steel or stone backsplashes are suitable for outdoor use.

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Black Picket Tile Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash with Gray Busy Granite Countertop

This small outdoor kitchen is so stylish! The black picket tile backsplash stands out between the white cabinets and the white range hood. The gray busy granite countertop provides a smooth transition between the blacks and whites and adds another texture. Even if the kitchen is very small, thanks to the u-shape layout of the tiles, it offers a functional design!

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Black Beadboard Cabinets with Concrete Apron Front Sink

Unique details of this contemporary outdoor kitchen offer a one-of-a-kind design! The black beadboard cabinets are paired with the concrete countertop, an apron front sink, and white square wall tiles. The gray floor tiles complement the concrete features, and the white cabinets and the backsplash creates a contrasting look.

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Stainless Steel Cabinets with Multicolored Wall Tiles

In this beach-style patio design, the stainless steel kitchen cabinets bring an industrial feel while complementing the bright atmosphere bt their reflective surface. The multicolored wall tiles complement the cabinets while adding visual interest.

Glass Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash

Just like the ceramic and porcelain tiles, glass also offers a wide range of colors, sizes, shapes, designs, and textures, and also it is a waterproof material. With its glamorous appeal and durable surface, you can use this material with peace of mind!

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Mosaic Tile Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash with White Cabinets and Black Countertop

What an impactful look! Thanks to the green and blue glass mosaic tiles, this beach-style outdoor kitchen offers an eye-catching look. The glamorous appeal of the glass backsplash tiles dominates the space while the white cabinets and black countertops serve a minimalistic look to make the backsplash is the centerpiece of the design.

Stainless Steel Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash

Stainless steel is known for its durability which is a crucial point for outdoor kitchen backsplashes. This material can be cut in any size and offer a sleek modern appeal for kitchens. A stainless steel outdoor kitchen backsplash is available in both sheets and tiles and they come in different finishes like brushed or polished.

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Stone Cabinets with Metal Sheet Backsplash and Wood Wall Panels

Rustic features and modern accents are perfectly balanced in this farmhouse outdoor kitchen and they offer a sleek appeal. The metal sheet backsplash brings a bright look between the stone outdoor cabinets and wood wall panes. The reflective surface of the metal sheet also reflects the light and creates a visual illusion. The stainless steel appliances create a continuous look with the backsplash.

Natural Stone Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash

Natural stones like marble or granite, are perfect to add a unique appeal. A natural stone outdoor kitchen backsplash comes in numerous types, styles, sizes, shapes, and colors. This wide variety allows you to reflect your style. You can go a tiled backsplash to create a nice textural look. On the other hand, larger tiles or solid slabs are perfect to create a clean and sleek look and they reduce the grout lines which is very good for outdoor usage. The biggest disadvantage of natural stone backsplashes is their porous surface. That means they require sealing. Otherwise, these stones can absorb the liquids and can cause permanent damage. But with regular sealing, you can easily maintain their striking appeal!

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Beach Style Patio with Marble Backsplash and Gray Countertop

An all-white kitchen is a rising trend in recent days and you can easily apply this trend also for your outdoor kitchen! Here, the white marble backsplash brings a luxurious feel to this white kitchen with white brick cabinets, a gray concrete countertop, and white counter chairs. The gray countertop complements the gray veining of the marble while the wood legs of the chairs complete the warm look of the wood ceiling.

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Rustic Outdoor Kitchen with Stone Wall and Wood Cabinets

Neutral colors perfectly blend in this rustic kitchen and offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The black granite countertop of the natural wood cabinets complements the rustic appeal of the stone walls while the stainless steel appliances bring a bright look with their reflective surfaces.

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Natural Stone Cabinets and Walls with Gray Countertop

Using the same material for both walls and cabinets is a common application for outdoor kitchens like this design. Here, the beige natural stone tiles and the outdoor cabinets act as one piece and offer a sleek backdrop for the rest of the patio. The gray counter and the stainless steel appliances simply complete the stones.

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Elegant Transitional Patio Design with Dark Gray Cabinetry

What an elegant look! The sophisticated feel of the gray dominates the space and offers an elegant outdoor kitchen. The dark gray cabinets, gray stone tile backsplash, and concrete countertop create a cohesive look while the stainless steel range hood and grill complement this look. The metal hardware brings a modern vibe against the traditional style of the shaker cabinetry while dark wood flooring and ceiling add another layer of texture.

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Functional Outdoor Kitchen Backsplash with Brown Cabinets and Black Countertop

The beautiful rough texture of the beige stone backsplash directly pulls the attention and brings warmth to this traditional patio design. The dark brown cabinets and the black countertop serve an elegant look while contrasting the beige backsplash. The stainless steel range hood and the grill create a focal point above the cabinets.

Brick Outdoor Backsplash

Brick is a stunning material that can be suitable for both indoor and outdoor usage. Solid bricks are extremely durable but they have higher price tags. On the other hand, brick veneers are a perfect alternative for solid bricks which gives the real brick look at more affordable prices. Also, these veneers are easier to install than solid ones. Just like the natural stones, a brick outdoor backsplash requires sealing for added durability and stain resistance.

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Rustic Porch Design with Brick-look Tiles

Brick-look tiles are also another great alternative for a solid brick backsplash. They provide a much easier to clean surface and they offer a wide range of color options. In this design, the gray and white brick-look backsplash brings a mosaic appeal between the dark gray kitchen cabinets and black countertop. Wooden textures and granite countertops bring a rustic feel to the room. The u-shape layout of the cabinets maximizes the functionality.

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Dark Gray Outdoor Kitchen Cabinetry with Exposed Red Brick Walls

If you have a brick exterior of your house, you can easily use this beautiful texture as a backdrop for your outdoor kitchen. In this traditional design, the red brick walls offer a characteristic backdrop for the dark gray cabinets. The white granite countertop of the cabinets and island bring a fresh look but remain the textural appeal.

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White Brick Walls with Wood Range Hood and Metal Grill

The original color of brick is red but the strong appeal of a red brick might not be suitable for every design. That’s why painting the brick in white color is a great way to soften this sharp look. In this design, the white brick walls offer a sleek and clean backdrop for the stainless steel grill and the wood range hood. The oversized range hood provides a surface to hang the TV.

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Transitional Outdoor Cooking Space with Raw Steel and Reclaimed Wood Accents

This outdoor cooking space is created by raw steel and reclaimed wood featured which gives a rustic sense. The raw steel cabinets and the range hood serve a unique characteristic look while the brick backsplash emphasizes this one-of-a-kind design.

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Small Patio with White Brick Backsplash and Busy Granite Countertop

Even the features are used in mostly dark colors, thanks to the white wall paint and the small white brick backsplash, this small patio has a bright and spacious atmosphere. The authentic brick veneers and the stainless steel appliances create a focal point between the wood cabinets and the black and wood wall panels. Also the clean look of the backsplash balance the strong appeal of the bust granite countertop.

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