One of my favorite trends lately is combining unique kitchen backsplash ideas with white cabinets because they can add a pop of color and whimsy to an otherwise fairly monochromatic space. In my opinion, greys and blues are the best kitchen paint colors with white cabinets, because they provide a bold contrast between the island and surrounding units. For example, we used a lovely charcoal grey shade on this unit that ties in the hammered metal range hood and stainless steel appliances. Gray kitchen cabinets like this can give an edgier and more contemporary look to your classic white paneled designs that can lean very stuffy and traditional without the right accent pieces.
One of my favorite ways to have fun with decorating is using funky kitchen backsplash ideas with white cabinets because they can instantly elevate the look and "pizazz" of a room. When I say funky pieces, I bet you don't think that I am actually referring to white kitchen backsplash ideas, but these work just as fantastic as some of your more whimsical colorful tile jobs. A classic subway tile like we used here is a great addition to any space because it looks both classic and modern at the same time and will truly never go out of style. If you look at any kitchen backsplash gallery you will see how versatile this material is, and how it pairs so well with just about any style kitchen with it is an ultra traditional French country space or a sleek modern home.
I have been looking around for kitchen backsplash ideas with white cabinets for awhile now, and keep coming back to these classic subway tile designs. We have a grey and white kitchen like this one that I am trying to achieve a contemporary yet classic style in via paneled cabinets, traditional hardware and bold metal accents. I have looked into hammered tin backsplashes, mosaic tile options, or none at all but none really standout to me like a crisp white subway tile. I thought that it would not look good against off white kitchen cabinets, but seeing it pictured here paired with marble countertops, it looks absolutely fantastic to me.
I am trying to find kitchen backsplash ideas with white cabinets that bring a bit more color and design to these typically monochromatic spaces. I love white kitchen cabinets ideas because they can take on any color palette you choose to pair with them, but if you are not careful the room can quickly turn into a giant neutral blur. A lot of designers I have seen, like to use color and pattern in the backsplash in order to break up all of the white. As you can see we have a simple beige stone on the walls right now but I am thinking about adding either a marble or an indigo accent. Most of the popular kitchen backsplash pictures I have seen feature a marble mosaic or subway tile but I am not sure if I should avoid and ultra-trendy look.
My favorite kitchen backsplash ideas with white cabinets are ones that feature gorgeous marbled designs like in this stunning space. Many people think that you have to match the material of your walls and counters, but there are a ton of backsplash ideas for granite countertops that mix up the products you use to make the space look more interesting. In this particular kitchen, we used a very bold marble pattern on the walls with a lot of charcoal grey streaks to coordinate with the stainless steel appliances and break up all of the white. It is a different pattern than the grey and white quartz countertops (that we picked for durability) but still ties in fantastic.
I love using colorful kitchen backsplash ideas with white cabinets because it prevents the space from being too bland or boring. This is an especially fantastic technique to use with country kitchen cabinets like these because this style decor really encourages whimsical decorative accents and bold color schemes. In general, reds and/or blues are my go to with more rustic themed spaces because they give that classic French country look while still being quite elegant. Adding a cool red backsplash with white cabinets like we did in this space, ties in the French country motif and adds a little color to the space without overwhelming the entire look.