As I have been browsing what feels like hundreds of kitchen backsplash pictures in order to pick out the finishes for our new space, I keep coming back to these cool almost retro looking designs. When I first started this process, I thought that I loved kitchen backsplash ideas in simple white or beige palettes (think classic subway tile) but as I have immersed myself in the design process, something cooler and funkier like this keeps creeping into my mind. Something about the unique twist on your average subway tile that they used in this white and grey kitchen really speaks to me. I am hoping to replicate the look in these tile backsplash pictures and bring the same unexpected twist on on a more traditional kitchen.
I came on a hunt for kitchen backsplash pictures to help me decide on a tile for our space, and left so inspired to add more pizazz to our future home design. The kitchen backsplash gallery on here that I found was filled with images like this that feature bold material and fairly unconventional designs unlike anything I have seen before. Most backsplashes tend to fade into the background rather than standing out like this awesome black and white mosaic tile that they used in their all white kitchen. It is so hard to find backsplash ideas for granite countertops that add style but that compliment rather than clash with the patterns of the counters. But this awesome piece definitely achieves just that.
I have looked at countless kitchen backsplash pictures trying to find inspiration for what to do in our home. As you can see from the photos, our current backsplash nearly perfectly matches our kitchen countertops. I know that this is probably an intentional style but, honestly, I think all of that grey and black overwhelms the space, especially against the white washed cabinetry. I have been considering a more simple white subway tile design to tie in with the granite countertops and lighter wood cabinetry, but haven't seen that done in a similar style space in any of the kitchen backsplash ideas pictures I have looked at. Do you think doing something like that would be okay, or would the styles clash?
These kitchen backsplash pictures have been so inspirational in my quest to find the perfect material to finish off our remodel. We have cherry kitchen cabinets very similar in style to these and were struggling to decide on a pattern and color scheme for the backsplash that would be traditional enough for the decorative detailing on the units yet fun enough to make the space still seem updated and modern. I think that this lovely lighter version of classic travertine is the perfect choice because it is elegant and classic yet with a modern twist from the diamond design and more subtle color palette. I can't wait to bring these kitchen backsplash images to life very soon!
On my hunt for kitchen backsplash pictures to help me decide what type of material to use in our all white kitchen, I stumbled upon the gorgeous space. It is such a stark contrast to what we are doing in our home with the dark brown cabinetry, warm white accents and right wood paneled ceiling, but I can't help but love the richness of the design. I came looking for kitchen backsplash designs and left wanting to change the entire look of the space we are literally in the middle of constructing. Even if I cannot change our entire plan, I would like to incorporate some of the unique decorative features they used in this space. Even if it is nothing more than the old world style the achieved from the classic travertine kitchen wall tiles. I like the depth in color that these have as opposed to the subway tile backsplashes that you see so often in magazines these days.
I have been trying to find kitchen backsplash pictures that have the exact look I have in mind to show our contractor as we move into final steps of our home remodel. I really love the boho chic vibe of these glass tile backsplash pictures featuring a really unique honey comb pattern. I love that it is a bit of a twist on your more standard subway tile but that it does not look too vintage because of the glass. We are having very similar colored cabinetry installed as well as marble countertops, so I think that this is such a perfect pairing. In fact, not only was I inspired by the backsplash ideas, but now I want to add this awesome shiplap ceiling feature as well. We have a slight vault too, so I think that this would be an awesome finishing detail.