If you’ve ever tackled a kitchen renovation, you know that deciding on the right backsplash is far from easy. There’s so much to consider, from your budget to an easy-to-clean material to the size of your space. But believe it or not, that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style. With a bit of patience and a willingness to step outside of your comfort zone, you can find the perfect backsplash tile to add visual interest to your cooking area.
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Rustic White Panels
Bright white wood panels, which are also used on the ceiling, give this rustic kitchen a cohesive look.
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A trendy blue-and-white chevron backsplash blends seamlessly with this kitchen’s gray tones.
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A white subway tile backsplash balances this kitchen’s deep gray cabinets and wood island.
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A playful backsplash pattern, boasting a blue-and-white palette, steals the show in this kitchen.
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Glossy green tiles add a modern touch to this traditional kitchen, featuring white cabinetry and dark wood flooring.
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A backsplash, featuring watery blue tiles, plays up the beach vibe in designer Erika Ward’s kitchen.
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Bright and Airy
In chef Katie Lee’s Hamptons kitchen, a soft blue tile backsplash complements the white cabinets and the sunny view.
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Patterned tiles, along with a salvaged airplane part as a vent hood, bring a dose of drama to this kitchen.
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Marble tiles add texture and draw the eye up to the ceiling in this elegant neutral kitchen.
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Pop of Mint
High-gloss mint green tiles create a dramatic focal point in this white kitchen.
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A mix of attractive neutrals, including marble subway tile, make for a charming kitchen design scheme.
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This airy beach house kitchen benefits from graphic backsplash tiles, archway cutouts, and pretty pottery.
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A neutral circle pattern, brass accents, and an ornate pendant add to this kitchen’s high-end look.
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To bring contrast to this kitchen’s daring cabinets and counters, Caitlin Murray of Black Lacquer Design opted for a modern geometric backsplash.
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Mini tiles lend a sophisticated flair in this kitchen, complete with a subdued neutral palette.
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Thanks to high-gloss blue tiles, this compact kitchen is filled with style and personality.
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Emerald-colored tiles play off of this cozy kitchen’s potted plants, while white cabinets and wood shelving add to its charm.
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Planed salvaged basketball court floor boards make for a striking backsplash in this kitchen designed by Grace Mitchell of HGTV’s One of a Kind.
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Light-colored wood panels give this retro-style kitchen a cocoon-like feel.
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Not only does this kitchen’s cream cabinets add to its fun vibe — a textured silver backsplash gives it a contemporary feel.
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