One of the things that was most important to me as we designed our new house, was that every single thing was cohesive down to the kitchen tile backsplash ideas. I always knew that I wanted to utilize whatever tile I chose for the backsplash designs, throughout the downstairs bathrooms and powder room in order to achieve that streamlined look that I see in almost all of the designer homes. I used these photos as the starting point for our design, because I love the industrial looking subway tile backsplash that they installed behind the range. Those modern kitchen backsplash ideas would look fantastic in a shower or on a powder room wall, just as they look so chic mounted behind the range hood.
Usually I am not a bold decor kind of person, but I absolutely love the standout kitchen tile backsplash ideas that whomever designed this kitchen used. They chose the perfect country kitchen backsplash to blend with the very industrial stainless steel appliances and ultra traditional cabinetry. I can't imagine that it was easy to blend these two drastically different styles, but I am impressed that they managed to achieve a cohesive and well thought out look regardless. I would love to incorporate some tile kitchen backsplash designs like this into my own country themed home, but I am not sure where to find tile that has images printed into it like this.
When it comes to kitchen tile backsplash ideas I am 100% onboard with the latest trend to carry your countertop material all the way up the wall for a super modern and streamlined look. In general, I usually choose white kitchen backsplash ideas for my designs because I find that they look the cleanest and bring brightness to an area that tends to get shadowy and dark. I love a white on white kitchen, so this particular design is one of my favorites of late. The sleek simple lines of the all-white cabinetry looks fantastic against the modern kitchen backsplash made out of the same marble as the countertops.
When it comes to kitchen tile backsplash ideas, I am a very traditional and minimalist kind of person. I love a subway tile kitchen backsplash done in real or faux marble because I think that it makes for an incredibly clean, yet elegant look. These are photos of my personal kitchen that we just finished updating a few months ago. As you can see, we went for a traditional decor theme with white cabinetry and a contrasting stained island. One of my most important goals was to allow the beautiful corner windows to be a focal point that was not overshadowed or interrupted by the backsplash ideas that we chose. By running the subway tile all the way up the wall, it looks more like wall paper or some other finish, than a random floating backsplash.
When I set out to find some kitchen tile backsplash ideas for our DIY renovation project, I never expected to be so inspired by all of the images. I adore this particular home design because it is so eclectic in and old world, not to mention full of great kitchen backsplash ideas with the herringbone design in Spanish tile. Usually you see herringbone done in marble, never something with this awesome warmth to it. I definitely want to recreate the looks that I found in this kitchen backsplash gallery down to the awesome reddish toned granite countertops and maybe even a stone pizza oven somewhere in there as well!
My contractor told me to find some kitchen tile backsplash ideas by next week so that they would know what to install in the next phase of our renovation. I'll admit that I had no idea what I was looking for in terms of kitchen wall tiles until I found this gorgeous kitchen. We are doing dark wood cabinetry in a pretty neutral style (not too paneled and traditional, but certainly not modern either) with light floors and a marble style countertop. I love the contrast that the subway tile backsplash has against the dark units and the shiny metal hood. I would love to recreate this look alongside our already planned out design, including a similar range hood and light fixture.