Kitchen tile ideas for backsplash
Beautify your kitchen backsplash with one of the trendy tile notions.
Streamline cupboard pulls and matched with frameless cabinetry, this glass backsplash seems sophisticated and modern. The champagne-colour glass tiles, grey-stained alder cabinets, and a neutral color palette is maintained by creamy marble countertops, but their varied shades ensure the appearance is anything but monotonous. The polished finish of the tile mirrors the sheen of stainless steel appliances and reflects light and views.
Marble tiles cut in rectangular and hexagonal shapes make up this smooth, refined backsplash. Dark swirls in the marble fit the matte black finish on the range hood and also the dark wood finish on the cabinets that are nearby. In place of serving as a focal point, this backsplash only contributes to the sleek, elegant appearance of the room.
Work with a pattern in just a pattern to place your backsplash independent of the bunch. Backing this range with diminutive subway tiles around a centerpiece basket weave design created a warm scene stealer in this kitchen. Dressed in diverse tones of butter and golden yellow, liner tiles define the patterns framing flat and vertical rectangular tiles, switching with grey dots to cleverly create the “over and under.
Tones and Texture
By fitting textures and tones throughout this kitchen gets an upscale look.
Bring a touch of import style to the kitchen using tile with foreign influences. These backsplash tiles feature a Moroccan lantern shape using a satiny, unfettered finish that modernizes the appearance and keeps it simple. The clean white tiles loan interest to the kitchen without competing with the granite countertops.
Simple, Homey Details
White square tiles form uncomplicated details and this backsplash give it a cottage-style look. The tiles and grout have an aged finish, which gives the kitchen a more lived-in and cozy feel.
Earth, Sky, and Sparkle
Focal-point and the tile backsplash tile mural are wow-variables in this nature-inspired kitchen. Limestone and crushed glass tiles in green, blue, and neutral colors add a bit of sparkle to the backsplash and resemble the earth and skies.
Utilize a backsplash to transition a historical house into modern times. This 1930s cottage gains a contemporary edge with glossy, white-oak cupboards boasting full-overlay slab doors.
This kitchen is easy and symmetric with its neutral colour palette and congruent cabinetry. A gray ceramic-tile backsplash fits the room’s color scheme and style, but an eye-catching inset above the range immediately adds a visual interest on a very long wall. The tiles that were angled are framed with a somewhat arched top, drawing focus to the space while still aligning with the kitchen’s fashion.