In this post, we list some kitchen backsplash ideas so you can understand some of the options, materials, and styles available.
The options for your kitchen backsplash can seem limitless sometimes.
Your backsplash can add a subtle finish to your kitchen design, or it can be a main point of interest that draws the eye. You might put one in when you redesign your kitchen or you may add a new backsplash to update the look of your existing kitchen.
You can choose a modern looking backsplash or one with a vintage vibe. You can use all kinds of materials including tile, glass, granite, copper, and many others. If you use tile, there is a limitless number of tile styles to choose from.
Kitchen backsplash ideas
- Subway tile
- Graphic tile
- Stainless steel
- Penny tile
- Glass tile
- Beaded board
- Salvaged/reclaimed wood
Subway tile – A subway tile backsplash always has a timeless vibe that has made a comeback in popularity in recent years, as seen on many home renovation programs. It has a clean look that can look good in the right modern kitchen but also work in a vintage home. It looks great with dark granite counters, another popular design choice over the past decade. You can also use it with a bright paint color on the walls or cabinets.
Graphic tile – The backsplash is a great spot to make a style statement in your kitchen. There is an unlimited selection of tile designs available today. In order to make a bold graphic tile work and command and draw visual attention, you need to pair it with a more minimal style of countertops. White cabinets and countertops work great with a neutral backdrop.
Stainless steel – This material can provide a stylish backsplash that transforms your outdated kitchen into a clean, modern space. It provides a great contrast in a modern kitchen and contrasts well with marble counters or dark colored cabinets.
Penny tile – Round metallic tiles pop against dark walls, cabinets, and shiny black countertops.
Salvaged/reclaimed wood – A reclaimed wood backsplash ill warm up stainless steel appliances and a minimal colored floor.
Glass tile – A glass backsplash can be an economical, attractive and low-maintenance option.
Beaded board – For a traditional cottage style kitchen, install a beaded-board backsplash. It compliments painted cabinetry, open shelving, and butcher block countertops.
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