A white backsplash with hand-painted tiles picks up the deep blue of the kitchen cabinets. By mixing blue accent tiles in with the white background, the kitchen gains a charming and handcrafted look.
What makes this backsplash stand out is how the tile was placed. Slivers of marble in three tones were installed vertically instead of horizontally. This style evokes an ultra-modern vibe that relates to the rest of the kitchen.
A multicolor backsplash goes perfectly with the copper hood and accents throughout the kitchen. Dark chocolate, light neutrals, and bits of blue give the wall character and add color to the white kitchen.
Sleek convex art tile forms a basket-weave pattern making this white backsplash anything but ordinary. The updated take on the traditional white subway tile is refreshing and coordinates perfectly with the rest of the modern kitchen.
The mosaic backsplash in this space utilizes small multicolor tiles to make the wall come alive. A cool mixture of blues, grays, and whites are used in the tile work. The colors of the backsplash also complement the stainless-steel accents throughout the kitchen.
An early American style kitchen sports a herringbone pattern backsplash that accentuates the range. The use of beige-color tiles behind the range and in the rest of the backsplash leaves the room feeling united.
A combination of dark and light glossy marble tiles help bring an edgy feel to this traditional kitchen. The colors of the tiles also help to create cohesion between the mix of white and black cabinetry.
Chocolate and cream marble tiles add visual interest to an otherwise all-white kitchen. The old-world patterned backsplash combines seamlessly with the rest of the traditional kitchen and gives the space an extra dose of character.
A color palette of yellow, gray, and white mosaic tiles gives this backsplash a sunny and relaxed vibe. A gray tiled square above the range sets the space apart from the rest of the kitchen.
Tiny glass mosaic tiles in shades of soft blues and grays make up an intricate herringbone pattern. The variation in color keeps the backsplash from feeling one-note. Brushed-nickel pulls on drawers and cabinets match the color palette of the backsplash.
This focal point backsplash with sage-and-buttery-yellow ceramic tiles elevates the entire kitchen. The swirling pattern of the tiles mimics the design on the top of the range.
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