Kitchen Backsplash Ideas and Designs
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A plain white subway tile backsplash can make white shaker cabinets appear washed out. However, an iridescent glass tile backsplash can add texture, color, and shine, and can be easily matched with granite countertops and an ebony-stained kitchen island. credit: LDa Architecture & Interiors
The natural elements in this modern kitchen, such as the butcher block countertops and floating shelves, create a connection with the outdoors. The red brick backsplash adds an irregular texture, while the gray mortar complements the interior cabinets, enhancing the overall aesthetic.
Have you ever considered an iridescent tile backsplash? They offer a shinier and glossier appearance than traditional ceramic tiles. Iridescent tiles are available in a range of colors, making it easy to match them with your home's aesthetic. The cost of using iridescent tiles for your kitchen backsplash won't be significantly higher than using plain tiles. Before making a decision, explore all options within your budget. credit: Studio Peake
A custom blue backsplash for a transitional kitchen is achieved with laser-cut tiles. The gray-shaded blue tiles complement the large stainless steel appliances and hardware, while the durable quartz countertops add to the overall shine of the space. credit: Exquisite Kitchen Design
While the beautiful ceiling catches the eye, the striking black brick and white mortar backsplash creates a reverse subway tile effect, adding depth and dimension to the room.
Utilizing tiles in various patterns for your kitchen's backsplash can easily create a bold point of interest, even in neutral or pale color schemes, and allow for customization that complements your interior design.