Tile ‘Splash

Backsplash is a great way to add character to your kitchen and using tile is definitely my favorite look. The possibilities for creating a unique backsplash are truly endless. These teal tiles make quite a statement.

Unique teal backsplash

Teal backsplash

You can’t go wrong with a traditional combination of blue and white. When I was  young we had a white kitchen and blue and white tile backsplash which I loved. My mom was way ahead on the white kitchen trend! One thing that is always important to me is transition spots, where the tile meets the stone.

Blue and white backsplash

I love the use of color in these tiles with the turquoise dishes on the open shelves.

Colorful backsplash

This recognizable backsplash, in a kitchen designed by Anna-Marie Midy and Jorge Almada, uses a standout chevron pattern.

Chevron patterned backsplash

These neutral tiles lend a more subtle look while still achieving plenty of visual interest.

Neutral backsplash

Neutral backsplash

Small tiles can also pack a punch, as proven by this herringbone backsplash.
Herringbone patterned backsplash

Tiled backsplash These honeycomb tiles are retro chic.

Honeycomb tiles

Nothing beats a classic subway tile. This is a look I will always be drawn to and I love it in this cool grey.

Grey subway tiles

Add a twist to your backsplash by changing the layout of your subway tiles for a fun and unexpected look.

Tiled backsplash

You can never go wrong with classic white subway tile as well.

Subway tiles

What is your favorite way to tile a backsplash?

Photo Credits: House Beautiful (1, 2, 12), Pinterest (3, 4, 7-11, 13), Elle Decor (5), Veranda Interiors (6)

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