When it comes to designing a tile kitchen backsplash, your choices are unlimited! Find ideas and inspiration in these photos.
Ceramic tiles in an old-world design bring character to crisp white cabinetry with leaded-glass door inserts and vintage details. The strip of cream and brown tiles complements the kitchen's neutral color palette and European styling.
A basic white subway tile backsplash gets spiced up with a herringbone inset. Mixing a variety of white tiles creates a cohesive look that isn't jarring. The additon of a marble shelf offers the perfect spot to store oils and spices close to the range.
Soft blue and gray glass tiles come together to create a traditional herringbone pattern with a modern spin. Stainless-steel appliances and white cabinetry meld perfectly with the dramatic backsplash.
Small horizontal tiles in mushroom, white, and blue give this traditional kitchen a modern and tranquil twist. The high-sheen tiles sparkle and add shine to the entire space, making it feel lively.
Mother-of-pearl tiles above the range add luster and light to the plain white subway tiles. The small tiles help to break up the large expanse of wall and add a fresh look to the kitchen.
Inspired by the blue pro-style range, a medallion-style mosaic in shades of blue is accented by a border of silver tiles. Surrounded by elegant marble tiles, this stylish combination makes this corner of the kitchen a showstopper.
Neutral stone tiles are the perfect backdrop for rich copper tiles above the range. Intricate relief tiles are reminiscent of carved and chiseled stone, creating a timeless look in the traditional kitchen.
Arabesque-style marble tiles feel light and delicate in this kitchen. The tonal tile treatment is subtle but draws attention.