Are you considering on remodeling your kitchen area? It’s always refreshing to spruce things up in your home so we’ve compiled some awesome backsplash ideas to consider for your kitchen. These designs are sure to bring everything together and make your kitchen look more unique and tasteful than ever.
These are terracotta tiles that have been placed from the counter top all the way up to the ceiling. This looks especially nice with the edition of those built in shelves for extra storing space. With such light counter tops, cabinets and paint these tiles really pop and add depth and warmth to this space.
With a kitchen like this that has bright orange painted cabinets and a jet black stove with those big dramatic strips of silver on it, it’s the best choice to go with a pattern for the backplash rather than a solid color. This adds a whole new dimension to this space while incorporating that dark burnt orange color to finish it off.
The backplash in this kitchen was designed in Calcutta gold marble tile, and is arranged in a chevron pattern which is incredibly appealing to the eye in this all white space! Marble never goes out of style, and will always look clean and fresh if incorporated into your home.
White cabinets with a stainless steel/metallic silver added touch to it looks incredibly chic in this space. The backsplash is made up of Inca tiles in brushed aluminum, and the flooring looks very close to the same style and color used there. Simplicity is beautiful, just take a look at this kitchen!
Hand painted Talavera tiles give a lovely Spanish style feel to this space. The light blue and tan tiles contrasting with the dark wood truly breathes life into this kitchen. Talavera, in Puebla, Mexico, is a type of maiolica pottery which is distinguished by a white glaze. Authentic Talavera pottery only comes from the city of Puebla and the nearby communities because of the quality of the natural clay found there and the tradition of production which goes back to the 16th century. Who wouldn’t want some of that history in their Spanish style home?
Why not add some artwork while you are creating you new kitchen’s backsplash? This one is made to look like a vine climbing across the wall, and it certainly adds a unique feature to this kitchen area.
If you’re all about a kitchen full of dark woods and finishes, this gunmetal tile is the perfect match for you. It really just makes this space look even more rich and masculine without over doing it, and a touch of stainless really adds some sophistication.
If you live by the beach, this is definitely the backsplash that was created for you! Pale blue mermaid scale tiles across your wall will make a perfect addition to any beach home. We love the use of a pale sky blue tile with a dusty greyish blue cabinet, and that huge slab of white marble as a counter top makes this space to die for.
This kitchen will stop you in your tracks! The backsplash is made up of black and silver Chrysalis tiles and paired up with jet black cabinets, making for an irresistible combination. They also used a piece of darker wood as a counter top and stainless handles on their cabinets that really transforms this into another one of those masculine, sophisticated kitchens.
When everything else you’ve chosen for the kitchen is light in color, maybe the right choice for you is a dark, dramatic backsplash like the one above! It made this kitchen pop in the perfect way without making it look smaller.
Moroccan tiles are always a great option if you want to add some color and flare to your kitchen space. These blue tiles add brightness to this area, and they look amazing when paired with a white marble counter top like above.
Don’t have much life or pizzazz in your kitchen? These Turkish patterned tiles are so beautiful, and they bring an undeniable vibrancy and coziness to your space!
Back to incorporating some artwork into your backsplash, how about these homeowners who have turned mini tiles into a lovely flower design behind their stove top? They are also surrounded by larger green tiles which adds a nice brightness.
Are you a quirky person who likes to do things differently? Check out this backsplash created with a variety of different bottle caps pressed into a white cement. This is certainly an awesome idea if you love adding unique touches to your home to make your guests say, “Wow, how creative!”
How about an antique wood mosaic backsplash? While paired up with a modern kitchen like this, aged wood magically enhances the design and makes it more elegant and cozy.