My wife has been begging me to retile our kitchen backsplash for months and I finally finished the project and just had to share! We have a pretty large kitchen with beige and brown cabinetry so she wanted something that matched but still remained neutral. She searched through countless kitchen tile ideas before she finally chose a light brown and beige subway tile. Now Im a simple guy, so my go to wouldve been a plain off white tile to keep things easy. But I have to say, after seeing the finished project I am very happy she decided on these tiles! They way they look against the cavities and granite countertops is amazing. She also wanted to add backsplash designs around the stove area which turned out great. If youre a do -it-yourselfer like me, you know that tiling can be a pretty challenging project, so adding a design added to that challenge. It was not the easiest design to do in that space and I spent hours complaining about it. But I have to say, I think thats my favorite spot of the whole kitchen now!
I have been really into unique kitchen backsplash ideas that carry the countertop material all the way up the walls. A lot of kitchen backsplash pictures around the internet feature a separate but coordinating material than the countertop. Although this does create a lovely cohesive design as well, I much prefer carrying the same product all the way through to give it a seamless look. In this home, we used a beautiful warm tan granite on the countertops as well as the backsplash and area behind the range. The backsplash design ideas perfectly coordinate with the lovely oak cabinetry and tile flooring without it looking too "matchy matchy." I would definitely encourage you to consider this trend next time you are looking for ways to upgrade a kitchen backsplash.
I kitchen backsplash is one of those items that most people don't immediately think of when they are designing their space, but can make a huge impact on the overall look. My rule of thumb when picking out kitchen backsplash tile, is to always coordinate with the flooring if you have ceramic or porcelain on the floor. Wood will go with pretty much anything, but if you have tile, it is imperative that the two items match. These homeowners went with a lovely beige pattern tile on the floors (one of my top picks for best flooring for kitchen by the way), so I knew that we wanted to mimic the same pattern and color palette on the backsplash design. We went with a smaller square tile for the majority of the design, with a lovely mosaic inset to accent the more neutral pieces. The finished look blends seamlessly with the flooring and gives a nice polished look to the space.
I recently bought a new home and I just had to share some pictures of this amazing kitchen! I have always wanted to have a white glass tile backsplash in my kitchen and now my dreams have come true. The white brightens up the room and makes it feel spacious and cozy. I think that it really accentuates the wood cabinets and white countertops in the room. I hope that sharing these home design ideas and pictures can help others who are looking for white kitchen backsplash ideas.I usually like to stick to neutral colors when I decorate and not have bright accents, so the color pallet in this kitchen is great for me. And a great added feature of a kitchen backsplash is it allows for easy cleanup! In my previous house I did not have any tile behind the stove and it was a pain to clean up the walls when food splattered when cooking. Now the tile wipes clean so easily, I love it! I had always wanted to add a backsplash to our kitchen before, but could never find the perfect inspiration idea to do that would match the rest of the room.
I don't know about you all, but when I am designing a contemporary home for a client, I feel that an awesome subway tile kitchen backsplash is an absolute must. Something about the simple clean lines and geometric shapes of a subway tile backsplash really anchors any kitchen design that I have used it in. They look fantastic against white cabinets as pictured here or equally as lovely paired with a black or navy finish. If you want to add a little bit of color to that area, check out similar backsplash ideas that incorporate a contrasting color. If you have an all white kitchen like this, you could easily do a cool navy or grey subway tile, or even add a different color border within the larger area. The options are endless and, even better, quite low in cost.
I love how this awesome metallic kitchen backsplash gives an otherwise traditional style space a very modern flare. I never realized how much of a difference kitchen backsplash ideas can have on a room. To me that element was always sort of an afterthought, and I don't even know if I have had backsplashes in every kitchen I have used over the years. After seeing this room though, I am inspired to rip out our current outdated kitchen wall tiles and put install something funky and eclectic like this. I personally love how the metal looks against the stainless steal appliances and faucets and think that it would look even better against my white cabinets.