It is always a good time to renovate your kitchen (or dream about renovating your kitchen). There are so many important aspects of a kitchen renovation and your backsplash choice should not be taken lightly. The backsplash can be the center of attention when you walk into the room. You can use it to tie together different colors and patterns in your kitchen. It can also be the only color or pattern in your kitchen. The possibilities are truly endless.
But because there are so many possibilities, you may feel lost in your searches. Or maybe you just need some inspiration to aim you in the right direction on your kitchen renovation. Whatever your needs are, these 15 kitchen backsplashes are sure to meet them. These are some of the most popular backsplash designs and it is easy to see why!
Classic and Chic Subway Tiles
Subway tile is a great addition to any kitchen if you’re looking for a picture-perfect counter space. This is super cute and offers you the ability to use any colors you want to create a personalized kitchen space. Subway tile is one of those backsplash options that goes with everything. You can add it to a chic monochrome modern-day kitchen, or maybe go for a soft country kitchen look by pairing it with antiqued cupboards and soft colors. And another plus, white matches everything and never goes out of style!
If you’re looking for a pretty, patterned backsplash, but don’t want to go too crazy, this herringbone tile pattern is a perfect fit for your kitchen. This pattern is a classic. It offers an old-world feel that brings a certain comfort and stylish warmth to your home.
Marble has always been and will always be a top contender in the backsplash game and this picture is all you need to know why. Marble offers a luxurious look and feeling into your kitchen. But despite the popularity, no two kitchens are alike when you have this backsplash. Every marble tile is its own pattern, a snowflake. And this backsplash might as well be considered fine art with how amazing it looks!
This tile gives off a very antique yet modern feel. You’re going to want to show off your backsplash to any guest that comes through, and they probably won’t want to leave!
Countryside Arabesque Pattern
Who doesn’t love an eclectic and funky backsplash? This is the perfect backsplash if you are looking for an eye-catching piece in your kitchen without going crazy with patterns, textures, and colors. What’s even better about this backsplash is its versatility. This pattern is cut from an array of materials, and options to style this pattern are endless.
Mix It Up
There is no better way to spice up a kitchen backsplash than to mix the size and shape of your tiles. If you want to take it a step further, follow in these footsteps and make a new shape to add some spice onto that wall!
Hooked on Hexagon
It’s hard not to be drawn to the hexagon tile backsplash with its versatility. The shape is so pleasing to the eye while the organization and color options are more pleasing to the modern-day home aesthetic.
White on White
White on white will be the epitome of clean-looking and clean-feeling through the end of time. Add pops of color throughout your new white on white kitchen and watch it turn into a tranquil, yet personalized, space for all of your cooking and entertainment needs.
If you’re looking for one of those backsplashes that make people do a double take, why not make a white on white symmetrical pattern. Your friends and family will stare in awe when they notice the subtle but unique detailing on your kitchen wall.
Marbled with Earth Tones
While marble with more of a white finish and more defined marbling is always popular, darker and deeper toned marbles should not be forgotten! These tiles add such a beautiful and elegant addition to any kitchen upgrade.
These backsplashes are just as fun and unique as you are so why not show it? I don’t know about you, but this reminds me of a firework show. Mosaic patterns are so customizable and allow you to show who you are through your own artistic expression.
These tiny tiles are a small alternative to the subway tiles we all know and love. Larger subway tiled backsplashes give off more of a city feel while smaller white tiles offer more of a softened version. And watching the light dance off of the multiple tiles is enough to make anyone add these to their kitchen renovations.