16+ Teardrop Backsplash
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Mustard Color Teardrop Backsplash Effect and Cream Color Cabinets in Transitional Kitchen Design
In this kitchen design the cream-colored cabinets, white marble countertops, and mustard-colored teardrop backsplash create an elegant combination. The teardrop backsplashes, which are installed up to the level of the hood, the part up to the ceiling, and all other walls are completed with the same tone of wall paint as the cabinet. Medium-toned wooden parquets are also taking their place on the floor. It offers an elegant look with embroidered details on the ceiling and original-style lighting. It is an effective design with a stylish appearance.
ID# 136012 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Marianne Elizabeth Design
White Effect and Gray Teardrop Backsplash in Contemporary Kitchen Design
In this white kitchen, white countertops and white teardrop backsplash add a nice textural look. Gray effects fill the space thanks to the teardrop backsplashes and gray-grained countertop used with gray grout. Teardrop backsplashes create a cool effect with their glossy surfaces. Black cabinet handles add a stylish stance. Stainless steel appliances and farmhouse sinks take their place. The island in the middle serves as storage underneath, and the top is a preparation counter. Glass pendant lights are elegantly added to the space. Mid-tone wood flooring offers a warm ambiance.
Backsplash choices are one of the most important points in a kitchen design. It creates the general style and characteristic effects of the kitchen. With a wide variety of materials, colors, patterns, and sizes, countless spaces are created. The size and shape of the space are a factor that affects the choice of the backsplash to be applied. Among all the different backsplashes, a teardrop backsplash can give a unique look to your kitchen and add visual interest. So, if you want to learn more about teardrop backsplash ideas, scroll down and find stunning kitchen designs that will inspire you!
Teardrop backsplashes are materials with an elegant shape. They are available in various materials, colors, patterns, and sizes, such as ceramics, marble, and glass. They are added to stylish designs with all their elegance due to their shape. White and gray tones are the most preferred colors, and a wide range of designs occurs with blue, green, and various other colors according to the plans. Engaging with the use of different colors together offers beautiful views that add movement.
ID# 136001 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Sea Pointe Design & Remodel
White Glitter Effect for Teardrop Backsplash
In the kitchen design, which consists of white shaker cabinets and gray countertops, white teardrop backsplashes complement a combination of matte and glossy surfaces. With an elegant appearance, these teardrop backsplashes offer a quality stylish look in the kitchen. Dark woods on the floor offer an elegant elegance. It takes its place in stainless steel appliances. Gray, metal-legged chairs and under-counter sinks take their places on the bench designed in a peninsula shape. It is a spacious kitchen design.
Teardrop Mosaic Tiles
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White Teardrop Backsplash Effect with Country Style Kitchen Design
In the kitchen design, which consists of green and white shaker cabinets, metallic cabinet handles add a cool stance. White countertops and white teardrop backsplashes merge harmoniously. Teardrop backsplashes with their glossy surfaces provide a cool effect. Backsplashes, applied with cream-colored grout, give a light-colored fresh look. Black cabinet handles provide a stylish stance. It has an elegant elegance with black lighting, dark brown wooden parquet, and vintage-style table and chairs. It is a beautiful and useful kitchen design.
What is teardrop tile?
Teardrop tiles, as the name suggests, are a type of tile in the form of a teardrop. They are applied with their elegant and stylish effects in interior designs with various materials, colors, and patterns.
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Blue Color Effect with Teardrop Backsplash in White Transitional Kitchen Design
In the L kitchen design, the white shaker cabinets and white countertops create a clean and sleek look, while a blue teardrop backsplash adds a striking effect. It has an interesting appearance by creating patterns with dark navy blue tones in between. An island in the middle serves as both a preparation and a breakfast bar. It creates a cool image with navy blue stylish bar chairs and brass hardware details. Brass hardware cabinet handles and pendant lighting details gracefully complete the space. Wooden parquet in light tones also adds a warm feeling to the space.
ID# 136005 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Esq Design
Colorful Teardrop Backsplash Effect with White Cabinets in Country Kitchen Design
The kitchen design, which consists of white shaker cabinets, gray countertops, white subway backsplash, an Industrial style cooker, and a flashy industrial-style hood looks very interesting in the space. Behind the hood only, a multi-colored teardrop backsplash in a frame creates a striking focal point. Teardrop style design has an interesting stance in the space. Natural wooden parquet on the floor creates a natural elegance. It is a country-style kitchen design.
White Teardrop Backsplash
White color is an ideal color choice with its bright and natural tones, from contemporary to modern, from classical designs to eclectic style spaces. While the white color is a type that is easy to use and offers a clean appearance, it combines with various types of materials such as marble, ceramics, and glass.
White teardrop backsplashes, on the other hand, are simply gorgeous with their elegant motif and white combination. The refreshing, pure, and clean effect of white captures a unique look with the eye-pleasing form of the teardrop shape. By applying different material types together, adding movement, or continuing in a single material, interesting alternatives can be produced with joint colors. Or by neutrally adding the all-white effect, beautiful spaces can be created.
ID# 136006 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Tartan Homes
White Cabinets and White Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Transitional Kitchen Design
The kitchen design, which consists of white recessed-panel cabinets, is accompanied by a white countertop. The white teardrop backsplash adds elegantly to the rest of the whites. It leaves a stylish effect on the applied areas due to its shape. The island in the middle serves both as a preparation and a breakfast bar. Adding transparent black, bar chairs. Suspended lighting stands out with its modern, stylish style. Large windows make the space bright and spacious. Industrial style takes its place in the hob and under-counter sink. Wooden parquet in dark tones on the floor gives a quality effect. It is a stylish kitchen design with the elegance of white.
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ID# 136007 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Laminex Australia
White Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Beach Style Kitchen Design
In a spacious and energizing beach-style kitchen design, white shaker cabinets, white countertop, and white teardrop backsplash create a warm and inviting atmosphere with its attractive styles. It is quite interesting with its style stance. Open shelves and glass-fronted cabinets add an open and airy feel. A long island in the middle serves as both a preparation and a breakfast bar. Under-counter sinks and built-in appliances are also taking their place. On the floor, medium-toned wooden parquet takes its place with its warm effect. It is a large, bright, and spacious design.
What cabinets go with a teardrop backsplash?
Teardrop backsplashes fit almost any style of cabinetry, and teardrop backsplashes with an elegant form add beautifully to the kitchen design, depending on the color and overall style they are applied to.
ID# 136008 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Simply Home Decorating
White Cabinets and Light Beige Color Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Transitional Kitchen Design
In the kitchen design, which consists of white raised panel cabinets and a white countertop, the light beige teardrop backsplash has an elegant glow among the white cabinets with its glossy surface. Built-in appliances are taking their place. With its stylish stance, the hood furniture acts as a whole with cabinets. Flooring in light tones on the floor makes the white color dominant in the space. Metal cabinet handles add elegance. It is a beautiful transition kitchen design.
ID# 136009 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Masellis Designs
White Cabinets, Dark Gray Island, and Shimmering Effect with White Teardrop Backsplash in Traditional Kitchen Design
White countertops and white teardrop backsplash add style to the traditional style kitchen design with white raised panel cabinets and dark gray island cabinets and a hood chimney. The glossy surface of the teardrop backsplash offers a cool look. Brass hardware details offer luxurious effects in the space. Elements such as sconces, pendant lights, and sink mixers enhance the luxurious vibe with brass details. Straw-covered bar chairs add an authentic atmosphere to the stylish space. Medium-toned wooden parquets take their place on the floor. Thanks to multiple windows, the atmosphere is bright and spacious. It is also a stylish traditional-style kitchen.
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Clear and Fresh Effect with White Teardrop Backsplash in Transitional Kitchen Design
In the kitchen design, which consists of a combination of mid-tone wooden shaker cabinets with white countertops, the white teardrop backsplash adds elegance. Metal cabinet handles and sinks mixer are fine details that complete the space. On the floor, light-toned tiles complement the natural shades . The warm feeling of wooden cabinets and the clean appearance of white provide a beautiful design.
Gray Teardrop Backsplash
The gray color is a very popular color for characteristic kitchen designs with its sophisticated stance. It manifests itself in a versatile and unbiased way. It creates interesting areas with different, unlimited tones.
Gray teardrop backsplash tile ideas leave unique effects in spaces that have a stylish shape and are applied with style color. Thanks to the various shades of gray and different types of materials such as marble, ceramic, and glass, it creates beautiful and different environments. Kitchen designs can be made with beautiful combinations of white, gray, wood, tones, and colors such as navy blue and green. It can be added in harmony with all of them, from modern designs to traditional, contemporary designs.
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Gray Tones and White Color Combination Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Transitional Kitchen Design
In the kitchen design, which consists of white shaker cabinets and white countertops, the teardrop backsplash formed by blending gray tones and white offers a sharp look in whites. It adds style to the kitchen. Industrial stoves and under-counter sinks take their place. Black cabinet handles and a black sink mixer add a stylish stance. A long island in the middle serves both a dining bar and prep. Wooden bar chairs add to the space with their stylish styles. Glass dome pendant lights are also elegant details of the space. Mid-tone parquet on the floor adds a warm atmosphere.
ID# 136013 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Rivet Management Ltd
White Cabinets and White Countertops with Gray Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Contemporary Kitchen Design
The kitchen, which consists of white shaker cabinets and white, dense gray veined countertop, and gray teardrop backsplashes, has a very interesting and cool appearance with its clear lines and appears sharply among the white. Black cabinet handles and black detailed pendant lights add style to the space. It takes its place in the stainless steel appliances and under-counter sink. The peninsula bench serves both as a preparation and a breakfast bar. Black leather bar chairs offer stylish effects with their modern look. Wooden parquet in dark tones gives a cool effect.
How to install a teardrop backsplash?
It takes careful planning and having all the materials ready before you begin. To determine how many tiles you will need, you can determine the length and height of all the areas to be tiled and calculate the square meters, then add 10 percent to your total for your loss calculation. It’s a good idea to check your local tile or big box stores to make sure they have enough of the tile of your choice in stock. After dealing with these, the preliminary preparation for the installation is now complete.
First, clean the Countertops completely. Protect countertops well by covering them with heavy-duty paper or plastic drop cloth and painter’s tape. Remove the switch plates.
Locate the teardrop backsplash by delimiting and taping the area to be covered. Sand the area to be used thoroughly. These tapes protect areas that will not be applied during sanding.
Combine the water and mortar mix in a deep bucket, following the manufacturer’s instructions. Mix thoroughly until the mortar has the consistency of peanut butter without lumps.
Next, place a spirit level on the existing counter space to make sure it’s level. If not, you can look at where it falls or rises so you can fit a wider line of caulk between the tile and countertop if needed. Dip the notched trowel into the mortar and spread it evenly over a small section of the wall.
Start by applying the full tiles where the backsplash meets the counter. In this case, the tiles surrounding the bottom of the cabinets will be cut according to the remaining size. As you apply the tile layers, slide the spacers under the bottom row of the tile to create a cavity that will later be filled with caulk.
Hold an entire tile in front of the area you need to cover and mark with a pencil where you need to cut. Turn on the wet tile saw, allowing the water to coat the blade. Cut the tile with the knife along the line you marked.
Use the spirit level to make sure you get a straight line. This is especially important behind the built-in hob, that is, in areas where it does not rest on the countertop.
After the grout is completely cured, you can remove the spacers and use damp paper towels to clean the tile surface to remove any grout or dust particles.
Mix the mortar thoroughly after the set time. Dip one end of the grout float into the bucket and apply it to the wall using enough pressure to work the grout into the spaces between the tiles. Finish by applying joint sealant from multiple angles to work quickly to minimize joint gaps and provide an even coating.
Wait for the joints on the tile surface to dry completely and then clean the surface thoroughly with a damp joint sponge in circular motions.
You can complete the finishes properly by filling the gaps between the counter and the tile with the help of a caulk.
ID# 136014 | Houzz.com – Credit | © Paragon Kitchens
White and Gray Cabinets with Dark Gray Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Transitional Kitchen Design
In the kitchen, which consists of white shaker cabinets and gray island cabinets, white countertops and dark gray teardrop backsplashes dazzle with their glossy surfaces. Industrial style cooker and metal farmhouse sink take their place. While the Farmhouse sink on the island adds a cook stance, the white quartz countertop completes the elegance of the metal sink and wood cabinets of the island. Wood-like tiles on the floor give a sharp look with their intensely moving appearance. Glass pendants on the island create a neutral elegance.
Beige Teardrop Backsplash
Although the beige backsplash looks like a flat and boring tone, it leaves a magnificent effect when applied. It creates beautiful designs with different effects with various material types such as marble, ceramic, and glass. You can mix it with dark brown glass and ivory pieces to create stunning effects. Since beige colors are suitable for a more traditional atmosphere, an authentic ambiance can be created with natural stones. White cabinets can combine beautifully with light brown cabinets or espresso cabinets. Whether your devices are black or stainless steel, they will make a difference.
Beige teardrop backsplashes, on the other hand, create stylish designs thanks to their elegant shapes. By looking at the area to be applied and other colors, the appropriate tone is captured. It leaves different effects depending on the material type. All of them provide striking designs in individual spaces.
ID# 136015 | Houzz.com – Credit | © donna o’brien designs Inc.
White and Dark Brown Cabinets with Beige Teardrop Backsplash Effect in Traditional Kitchen Design
In the kitchen design, which combines white and dark brown wooden raised panel cabinets, white countertops, and the cool effect of beige teardrop backsplash, shimmering beige backsplashes among whites leave a luxurious effect. The island, which consists of wooden cabinets and white marble countertops serves as a part for storage and cooking and the other part as a bar table. The brown tones bar chairs are also a stylish addition. Metal cabinet handles and industrial-style pendant lights add stylishly. Under-counter sinks and stainless steel appliances are also in place. On the floor, wooden parquet in dark tones adds a quality stance. It is a traditional style, stylish kitchen.
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Marble Teardrop Backsplash
Marble is a unique type of material for quality and luxury designs. It combines in harmony with every style of kitchen with its refined taste. Marble backsplashes are produced from a natural, hard, durable material. It is a water-resistant material. It is very easy to maintain, it gets its first-day appearance by wiping it with a damp cloth and it is a versatile and beautiful type of material. Although it is a more costly product than other material types, it is a very logical choice thanks to its long-lasting and high-quality structure.
As for the marble teardrop backsplash design, this elegant shape combined with the quality of the marble creates a spectacular display. Unique areas are created in the applied areas with various color alternatives and different sizes.
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White Cabinets, Navy Blue Island, and Luxury Effect with Marble Teardrop Backsplash in Transitional Kitchen Design
It consists of white raised panel cabinets, a navy blue island, and a white counter. The white and gray tones of the marble teardrop backsplash dazzle with its cool and luxurious effect. The quality effect of marble surrounds the entire kitchen. The industrial stove and under-counter sink take their place. While the island in the middle serves as storage, the top provides a space for preparation and a dining bar. It gives a stylish look with gray fabric stools. Elegant pendant lights provide a very stylish look. On the floor, the flooring in light tones creates a harmonious look with the environment.