Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Kitchen Backsplash Designs

1 Of 18 Save these ideas! Don’t forget to save these stylish home designs. For more easy home decor ideas, follow @countryliving on Pinterest. 2 Of 18 Brick BacksplashBrick is a timeless material with a homey, vintage feel. The warmth of this brick backsplash emulates the hearth-like stove. The rich color tones work to blend the cream cabinetry with the dark wood trim. Emily GilbertAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 18 Brick BacksplashSee more of this home at Porch.com. Porch.com 4 Of 18 Subway Tile BacksplashThis backsplash proves that classic white subway tile doesn’t have to be boring. Paired with gourmet appliances and fixtures, like shaded sconces, the backsplash continues along the adjacent wall and gives this kitchen a professional and established look.See more of this home on Porch.com. Porch.comAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 18 Red Tile Backsplash As an homage to this California bungalow’s architectural roots, the owner clad the backsplash in black-and-white Spanish tiles. The graphic colorway puts a fresh, modern twist on the old-fashioned arabesque motif. Large-scale concrete floor tiles echo the curvy shape of the backsplash tile for a cohesive feel. Max Kim-Bee 6 Of 18 Marble BacksplashTo complement the all-white color scheme of this kitchen, the warm shades of grey shown in the veining of the marble backsplash lends a soft hue without distracting. Choosing the same material as the countertops, but in a smaller pattern, is a timeless way to design a kitchen backsplash.See more of this home on Porch.com. Porch.comAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 18 Tin BacksplashPressed tin was painted with a faux finish for the backsplash in this country kitchen. Keith Scott Morton 8 Of 18 Sea-Green Glass BacksplashSea green glass tiles establish a beachy theme in this waterfront kitchen overlooking Long Island’s Peconic Bay. The result is fresh and inviting. Keith Scott MortonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 18 Chalkboard BacksplashCreate a sense of space with open shelving. In this kitchen, simple white planks and custom brackets set against a playful chalkboard-painted wall.RELATED: 7 Easy Kitchen Makeover Ideas Under $50 Bjorn Wallander 10 Of 18 Soapstone BacksplashSoapstone counters and a matching backsplash complement this kitchen’s custom cabinetry, including an island framed with salvaged heart-pine beams. Quentin Bacon
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Kitchen Backsplash Designs

45 Splashy Kitchen Backsplashes 45 Photos Kitchen backsplashes no longer simply protect walls from spills and splatters, a wide array of eye-catching materials like glass, wood, metals and stone make the backsplash the focal point of today’s kitchens. Backsplash Ideas for Granite Countertops Gather backsplash ideas for granite countertops, and prepare to install a stylish and efficient backsplash in your kitchen. 15 Kitchen Backsplashes for Every Style 15 Photos Adding a new backsplash to your kitchen is a remarkably easy way to transform it. Explore these backsplash trends to help you choose the perfect one for your kitchen.
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Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Next Slideshow Kitchen Backsplash Photos Kitchen Backsplash Photos Get inspired by these one-of-a-kind backsplash photos and let your kitchen’s backsplash design take center stage. Beyond basic white tiles, homeowners are incorporating metal, glass, and hand-painted tiles, as well as mixing materials to find the perfect combination for their kitchen. Begin Slideshow »
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Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Looking for a kitchen backsplash on a budget? Try a beaded board backsplash. White beaded board covers this kitchen backsplash, but stops short of the ceiling, allowing a rich shade of taupe paint to warm up the mostly-white room. The classic backsplash idea is the perfect addition to a cozy cottage kitchen.
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Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Kitchen Backsplash Ideas Transform your kitchen with one of these stylish backsplash ideas. With backsplash ideas for tile, stone, glass, ceramic, and more, you’re sure to find a kitchen backsplash design that fits your style and budget.

Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Translucent Tile The right kitchen backsplash tile can introduce another design dimension to your space. Slender glass tiles in creamy hues and stone tiles in coppery shades make this kitchen glow with their translucent beauty. A neutral color palette such as the one in this kitchen backsplash can warm up a sleek, contemporary space. The trendy, narrow backsplash tiles maintain a modern vibe. More Glass Tile Backsplash Ideas
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Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Classic Cottage Looking for a kitchen backsplash on a budget? Try a beaded board backsplash. White beaded board covers this kitchen backsplash, but stops short of the ceiling, allowing a rich shade of taupe paint to warm up the mostly-white room. The classic backsplash idea is the perfect addition to a cozy cottage kitchen.
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Kitchen Backsplash Designs

Enhance Spaciousness Choosing one color (no pattern or texture) and clean-lined tile for the backsplash in a small kitchen keeps the look uncluttered and roomy. On this kitchen backsplash, long rectangular tiles feature rich brown (almost black) color that provides warm balance with white cabinetry, while giving the walls a sense of depth. The reflective surface of the tile also lends added dimension to the kitchen backsplash idea. Do it yourself! Get our How to Tile a Backsplash guide!
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Energizing Backsplash Tile Choose a hardworking, family-friendly surface, such as these easy-to-clean glass mosaic tiles, to add sparkle to a kitchen backsplash and energy to a room. The light and dark hues of the kitchen’s warm contemporary color scheme are found within the backsplash tiles, resulting in an overall look that is fun, yet pulled together. Free Backsplash Idea Guide

If you don’t want to harvest new wood for your backsplash project, you can take your cue from Karen Swanson of New England Design Works, who had her contractor rip sheets of found plywood into 6-inch-wide planks, and install them 3/8″ apart on the walls of this kitchen. This resourceful backsplash — a modern interpretation of shiplap paneling, Swanson explains — is painted with Benjamin Moore Satin Impervo paint, which makes it stand up well in a kitchen. “Painted plywood is not as ‘bullet proof’ as some other backsplash choices one could make,” Swanson concedes. “I would suggest wiping up spills quickly and not allowing standing water next to this — but then again, I also suggest that with a tile and grouted backsplash.”
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You can also use the same or similar countertop material for your backsplash but break it up by selecting a tile format for your backsplash rather than a slab. This can be a budget-friendlier option than purchasing extra slabs to create a backsplash. Shown: Get the look with a Carrara marble counter or, for a more durable option, check out Misty Carrera from Caesarstone; Carrara marble subway tile backsplash.
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Approach 2: Select the Backsplash First – Of course, if you happen to find a backsplash you absolutely love before you’ve even looked at countertops, I say go for it. Making this selection will absolutely help you narrow down the options for the countertop. If you go for a statement-making backsplash such as the one here, find a quiet, subtler countertop material so it doesn’t fight with the backsplash.
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When it comes to design, there’s nothing harder than envisioning all of your favorite elements working together in the same room. Enter the convenient solution of our blog at Backsplash.com to help you breathe fresh life into your kitchen backsplash ideas. Featuring entire room scenes dedicated to helping you choose the perfect design for your kitchen project, our kitchen backsplash pictures will have you flipping through page after page of dramatic design ideas for your home.
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The right kitchen backsplash tile can introduce another design dimension to your space. Slender glass tiles in creamy hues and stone tiles in coppery shades make this kitchen glow with their translucent beauty. A neutral color palette such as the one in this kitchen backsplash can warm up a sleek, contemporary space. The trendy, narrow backsplash tiles maintain a modern vibe.
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Choosing one color (no pattern or texture) and clean-lined tile for the backsplash in a small kitchen keeps the look uncluttered and roomy. On this kitchen backsplash, long rectangular tiles feature rich brown (almost black) color that provides warm balance with white cabinetry, while giving the walls a sense of depth. The reflective surface of the tile also lends added dimension to the kitchen backsplash idea.
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Looking for practical kitchen backsplash ideas? Try one that’s pretty too. It’s difficult to discern that this kitchen was designed with five children in mind. Elegant cherry cabinets and sleek surfaces lend a stylish, contemporary appearance. Yet it all wipes clean easily, including the countertop-to-ceiling backsplash of recycled glass tiles, chosen to evoke of a sense of shimmering water to complement the playful porthole window. The reflective kitchen backsplash tile changes color throughout the day, giving the room further dimension.
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Country-Style Kitchen Backsplash Classic materials, aged finishes, and casual luxury make for an inviting place to cook and gather. Combining the elegance of Carrara marble countertops with a charming tongue-and-groove board kitchen backsplash re-creates the friendly feel of a turn-of-the-century farmhouse. Using an elegant material like marble in an informal way dresses down the space without losing any of its quality and beauty. Cheap Kitchen Backsplash Ideas
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Family Friendly Looking for practical kitchen backsplash ideas? Try one that’s pretty too. It’s difficult to discern that this kitchen was designed with five children in mind. Elegant cherry cabinets and sleek surfaces lend a stylish, contemporary appearance. Yet it all wipes clean easily, including the countertop-to-ceiling backsplash of recycled glass tiles, chosen to evoke of a sense of shimmering water to complement the playful porthole window. The reflective kitchen backsplash tile changes color throughout the day, giving the room further dimension.