11 Beautiful Kitchen Backsplashes
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Green Glass Tiles
These tiny lime-hued tiles make a bold statement, setting off the white countertops and wooden accents in this contemporary kitchen.
This sleek, pristine kitchen gracefully blends cottage-style cabinets with an elegant marble backsplash. The matching backsplash and countertop keep the look unified and polished.
Paired with crisp, white countertops and contemporary fixtures, this stainless-steel backsplash sparkles.
This attractive backsplash maxes out the mosaics, combining a field of tiny tiles with a soft border and antique-inspired vase. This design is perfect for a Tuscan, French-country or traditional kitchen.
Unique Focal Point
Rather than depicting a traditional mural, the neutral tilework in this kitchen creates a stunning floral design with unexpected hues of blue and maroon.
White Subway Tiles
Medium-sized white subway tiles give this contemporary, cottage-style kitchen a cool, urban feel. When paired with soft, marble countertops and distressed cabinets, the look is instantly sophisticated.
Class Diamond Tile Pattern
This kitchen features light wood cabinets, marble countertops and a classic backsplash with a simple diamond border. The alternating diamond tiles present a bold look with the addition of a miniature frame.
The mosaic glass-tile backsplash shimmers in the light coming from modern wall lamps. The tan and green colors highlight the gray countertops giving this space a rich, natural feel.
Picture-Framed Field Tiles
This subtle backsplash gets its oomph from textured tiles in various shapes and sizes. Subway tiles provide the backdrop for picture-framed tiles, set on the diagonal and highlighted with small accent tiles around the border.
Using classic, white subway tiles as a backsplash is the best way to bring a polished look to your kitchen. Here, the tilework is spiced up with a Celtic-knot border just above the countertop. The border's soft-gray hue is a perfect match to the distressed upper cabinets.
The green-toned tile backsplash strip gets its interest, not just from the monochromatic colors, but by creating a tiny border of tiles just above the countertop.