Blue Backsplash Ideas
Incorporate a pop of color into your kitchen with these creative ideas for blue backsplashes. Whether you prefer a traditional, contemporary, or cottage look, we have a blue backsplash for every style.
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Bright and Beachy
Bring the turquoise hues of the ocean into your kitchen with a sea glass backsplash. The bright mini arabesque pattern adds energy to the room while a sandy wall color and white cabinetry help keep the tiles from overwhelming the space.
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Simple and Sleek
A single sheet of glass, painted blue on the back, gives this kitchen a clean and contemporary look. The blue backspash complements the room's black and steel accents plus provides easy-to-clean protection behind the stove and sink.
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Horizontal Mixed Blues
Add subtle color to a small kitchen with staggered blue, green, and beige glass subway tiles. The horizontal backsplash extends from the countertop to the ceiling to make the space seem more expansive.
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Splashy Mosaic Tiles
Add drama to an otherwise white kitchen with a bright wall of aqua-color glass mosaic tiles. Extend the bold blue backsplash to the ceiling for a feature focal point or keep it contained to just above the sink for a functional and frugal way to update your home.
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Backsplashes aren't limited to horizontal designs. Contrast classic white subway tiles with vertical blue tiles of the same style to make your kitchen seem taller and more spacious.
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Open up a cramped kitchen with small horizontal glass tiles and neutral cabinetry. The sparkling blue backsplash reflects light and stretches lengthwise to keep the room from feeling confined.
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Fun Focal Point
Make a statement in blue with a playful patterned backsplash. The colorful tiles, cut in an arabesque shape, provide a focus for the room for little money.
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A handful of hand-painted tiles arranged in an irregular pattern add farmhouse detail to this country kitchen. The blue backsplash detail brings out the deep stain of the cabinets.
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Old meets new in this kitchen that features a pretty mix of soft blue and gray glass tiles in its patterned backsplash. A few rows of subway tiles help to transition the herringbone design into the marble countertops.
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The thinness of these horizontal glass tiles mimics the wood grain of this contemporary kitchen's cabinets. Choose a light blue for the backsplash to keep the room light and fresh.
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To make your blue backsplash pop, offset the tiles with a contrasting grout color. The beige on these tiles matches the beautiful handmade tile inset above the range, which adds vintage flair to the otherwise modern kitchen.
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Two narrow blue bands keep the shimmering blue and beige mosaic tiles from overwhelming this beachy kitchen. Arrange the small-scale glass tiles in a random pattern for visual interest.
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Contrasting Accent Wall
Create a stylish statement above your range by using blue tiles to contrast a white backsplash. The eye-catching herringbone tile inset stands out from surrounding cabinetry.
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A shimmery blue mosaic backsplash blends harmoniously with the deep mahogany tones of this contemporary kitchen. The tiles continue behind open shelving, which holds dishware of the same color palette.
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Express your personality and add a distinctive look to your kitchen with mural tiles. A band of white and blue hand-cut tiles arranged in a floral pattern divides this simple blue backsplash.
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Colored Subway Tiles
This light blue backsplash brings a subtle burst of color to a neutral kitchen. The classic subway tiles blend seamlessly with the paneled look of the traditional cabinetry.
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Mix-and-Match Tile Sizes
Break up an oversize blue backsplash by pairing a panel of large glass mosaic tiles in navy hues with smaller tiles that incorporate white. The medley of colors keeps the kitchen comfortable yet cohesive.
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Don't be afraid of dark colors when it comes to your kitchen's backsplash. These deep navy glass tiles balance the room's glass-paneled white cabinetry.
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Cheap and Chic
Extend a glass tile backsplash to only the bottom of cabinetry to stylishly save on expenses. The pop of blue in this mosaic backsplash is just enough color to make the traditional kitchen more charming.