For a more modern twist on the traditional kitchen backsplash, use metal. Metal backsplashes come in various styles, colors, and finishes proving that no two metal backsplashes have to look alike. The ease of cleaning the surface is just another added bonus.
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In a transitional-style kitchen, a quilted metal backsplash works to update and modernize the entire space. Subtle pattern is introduced to the whole kitchen via the backsplash.
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A modern kitchen utilizes a metallic backsplash that creates depth and dimension using different sheens and surfaces. Rich, taupe cabinets tie in with similar colors in the backsplash.
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A square of metallic tiles create a 3-D effect above the range in this yellow kitchen. The brown metal backsplash picks up on the kitchen's dark hardwood floors as well.
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This traditional kitchen is updated with a brushed metallic backsplash. Due to its finish, the backsplash has a laid-back feel that correlates well with the rest of the kitchen hardware.
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The industrial-inspired quilted metal backsplash in this traditional kitchen looks refined yet modern. With all of the stainless-steel appliances in the room, the metal backsplash fits in perfectly.
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This bold backsplash made of textured golden tiles adds a fun, shimmering touch to the kitchen. Since the rest of the room is quite simple, the geometric pattern on the backsplash does not overwhelm the space; it elevates it.
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This plain stainless-steel backsplash with a brushed finish matches the rest of this clean-line kitchen. The backsplash works as a convenient place to hang and store cooking utensils, so they are always readily available.
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Above the range the backsplash adds texture and visual interest to the kitchen. Onyx mosaic tile under the upper cabinetry also serves as a backsplash and complements the quilted metal.
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