back splash ideas for kitchen

Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

1 Of 18 Save these ideas! Don’t forget to save these stylish home designs. For more easy home decor ideas, follow @countryliving on Pinterest. 2 Of 18 Brick BacksplashBrick is a timeless material with a homey, vintage feel. The warmth of this brick backsplash emulates the hearth-like stove. The rich color tones work to blend the cream cabinetry with the dark wood trim. Emily GilbertAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 18 Brick BacksplashSee more of this home at Porch.com. Porch.com 4 Of 18 Subway Tile BacksplashThis backsplash proves that classic white subway tile doesn’t have to be boring. Paired with gourmet appliances and fixtures, like shaded sconces, the backsplash continues along the adjacent wall and gives this kitchen a professional and established look.See more of this home on Porch.com. Porch.comAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 18 Red Tile Backsplash As an homage to this California bungalow’s architectural roots, the owner clad the backsplash in black-and-white Spanish tiles. The graphic colorway puts a fresh, modern twist on the old-fashioned arabesque motif. Large-scale concrete floor tiles echo the curvy shape of the backsplash tile for a cohesive feel. Max Kim-Bee 6 Of 18 Marble BacksplashTo complement the all-white color scheme of this kitchen, the warm shades of grey shown in the veining of the marble backsplash lends a soft hue without distracting. Choosing the same material as the countertops, but in a smaller pattern, is a timeless way to design a kitchen backsplash.See more of this home on Porch.com. Porch.comAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 18 Tin BacksplashPressed tin was painted with a faux finish for the backsplash in this country kitchen. Keith Scott Morton 8 Of 18 Sea-Green Glass BacksplashSea green glass tiles establish a beachy theme in this waterfront kitchen overlooking Long Island’s Peconic Bay. The result is fresh and inviting. Keith Scott MortonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 18 Chalkboard BacksplashCreate a sense of space with open shelving. In this kitchen, simple white planks and custom brackets set against a playful chalkboard-painted wall.RELATED: 7 Easy Kitchen Makeover Ideas Under $50 Bjorn Wallander 10 Of 18 Soapstone BacksplashSoapstone counters and a matching backsplash complement this kitchen’s custom cabinetry, including an island framed with salvaged heart-pine beams. Quentin Bacon
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

45 Splashy Kitchen Backsplashes 45 Photos Kitchen backsplashes no longer simply protect walls from spills and splatters, a wide array of eye-catching materials like glass, wood, metals and stone make the backsplash the focal point of today’s kitchens. Backsplash Ideas for Granite Countertops Gather backsplash ideas for granite countertops, and prepare to install a stylish and efficient backsplash in your kitchen. 15 Kitchen Backsplashes for Every Style 15 Photos Adding a new backsplash to your kitchen is a remarkably easy way to transform it. Explore these backsplash trends to help you choose the perfect one for your kitchen.
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

When it comes to design, there’s nothing harder than envisioning all of your favorite elements working together in the same room. Enter the convenient solution of our blog at Backsplash.com to help you breathe fresh life into your kitchen backsplash ideas. Featuring entire room scenes dedicated to helping you choose the perfect design for your kitchen project, our kitchen backsplash pictures will have you flipping through page after page of dramatic design ideas for your home.
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

Browsing through the kitchen backsplash ideas will give you a new appreciation for the features that are already within your existing kitchen or help you to design a new one from the very beginning. Create a cohesive design that incorporates your cabinets, countertops, and kitchen backsplash ideas with the inspiration you find in our ever-growing gallery.
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

Having a fabulous kitchen can drastically improve the look and feel of your entire home. Whether you envision a sleek, modern space featuring gleaming white accents and stainless steel overtones or the rich reds and burgundies of a cozy home in the country, your dream kitchen should suit your personality and lifestyle. Dream big with creative cabinetry, sparkling granite and quartz countertops, and kitchen backsplash ideas that are sure to draw the eye of all your guests.
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

Do you struggle to know what matches or what’s on-trend for home remodels today? Not only will you find our collection of kitchen backsplash pictures, but you’ll also discover unique and time-tested design tips throughout our blog to assist you in making the best decisions for your kitchen. We can offer advice on full accent walls, tiny backsplashes, or rooms that adjoin to one another. There are kitchen backsplash ideas for every home and every design from contemporary to eclectic.
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

Although the most common use of these river rock pebbles is actually shower floors, photo stylist Chris Walker and her husband came up with the idea of using them as a kitchen backsplash. They asked their kitchen designer John Petrie, CMKBD, president elect of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, to install it on the walls. “The one-of-a-kind, free-flowing edges of the pebbles not only mimic the flow of soft teal veins in the dark green soapstone countertops,” says Walker, “but also balance the vertical lines of the Shaker-style cabinet doors.” Lesson learned: when you’re shopping for backsplash materials, ask the vendor to show you floor tiles, as well. While not every product will adapt well to vertical application, you may hit upon an unusual — and easily implemented — idea.
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Back Splash Ideas For Kitchen

Another one-of-a-kind glass installation, this custom backsplash in a kitchen by Glenda Anderson and Susan Haas, CKD, CBD, of Details International, reflects the clients’ love of their Hawaii home. The kiln-fired glass, created in the Honolulu workshop of a local glass artist, was both etched and carved from the back, leaving a smooth front surface for easy cleaning. LED lighting highlights the texture and carvings in the glass.
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A statement-making tile backsplash in your kitchen is a smart investment and here’s why: Not only is tile incredibly durable and easy to clean, it helps break up an endless arrangement of cabinets. Used correctly, tile backsplash can add a touch of artistry to a kitchen in even the smallest amount of space.
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To complement the all-white color scheme of this kitchen, the warm shades of grey shown in the veining of the marble backsplash lends a soft hue without distracting. Choosing the same material as the countertops, but in a smaller pattern, is a timeless way to design a kitchen backsplash.
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From traditional tile to trendy glass — and shiny metal to rustic wood — there is seemingly no end of choices for kitchen backsplashes today. “Tile is still the most popular backsplash material, with natural stone a fast-growing second,” says John Morgan, 2013 National President of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. “But with the right installer, you can make just about any material work.”
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Previous40 Rooms That Prove Green Is the Prettiest Color view gallery 18 Photos A statement-making tile backsplash in your kitchen is a smart investment and here’s why: Not only is tile incredibly durable and easy to clean, it helps break up an endless arrangement of cabinets. Used correctly, tile backsplash can add a touch of artistry to a kitchen in even the smallest amount of space. More view gallery
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A statement-making tile backsplash in your kitchen is a smart investment and here’s why: Not only is tile incredibly durable and easy to clean, it helps break up an endless arrangement of cabinets. Used correctly, tile backsplash can add a touch of artistry to a kitchen in even the smallest amount of space. More view gallery
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6 Of 18 Marble BacksplashTo complement the all-white color scheme of this kitchen, the warm shades of grey shown in the veining of the marble backsplash lends a soft hue without distracting. Choosing the same material as the countertops, but in a smaller pattern, is a timeless way to design a kitchen backsplash.See more of this home on Porch.com. Porch.com
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To complement the all-white color scheme of this kitchen, the warm shades of grey shown in the veining of the marble backsplash lends a soft hue without distracting. Choosing the same material as the countertops, but in a smaller pattern, is a timeless way to design a kitchen backsplash.See more of this home on Porch.com.
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In this kitchen, the mix of materials was created not by a tile manufacturer, but by the designer. Brigitte Fabri, CMKBD, of Drury Designs, wanted to create a “castle wall” effect in this kitchen, without detracting from the room’s focal point — the copper hood. For most of the backsplash, she chose a large scale 12×24 ‘Crema Marfil’ limestone because the larger the tile, the fewer distracting grout lines, she explains. And behind the range, she used a honed glass tile called ‘Malaga Cove Wings’ by Stone & Pewter. To add the illusion of greater height to the 8-foot ceilings, Fabri brought the tile down as close to the range as she could and elongated the niche area all the way up to the hood itself.
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Tami Holsten of Bear Trap Design chose the ‘Toros’ black marble that surrounds this kitchen for its dramatic contrast with the soft white cabinets. “The white veining — which is what distinguishes marble from granite — instinctively draws people in for a closer look, and provides the rustic character I was looking for in this kitchen,” says Holsten. Two-inch-square cast-metal tiles add a warm, rich feel.

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