Mixing different materials in a backsplash creates a one-of-a-kind design. Designer Helen Richardson used light green tumble marble for the majority of the backsplash and added diamond-shaped stainless steel accent tiles to give it an unexpected shine.
The patina of the terra cotta backsplash tiles and stone floor contrast with the modern range and classic stainless steel island. The vintage French lab stools used as barstools help add to the layered and curated look of the space.
American walnut cabinets, handmade ceramic backsplash tile and deep green granite countertops make a hardworking kitchen elegant. A dark range hood adds a pop of contemporary influence amidst the traditional elements.
This elegant bathroom features a crisp white double vanity with an earthy brown countertop. The backsplash and tiled shower features the same tile design with browns and neutrals, keeping with the muted color scheme.
Thin, vertically laid tile creates an accent backsplash panel that draws the eye in this stylish contemporary kitchen. Sleek, woodgrain cabinets surround the stainless steel refrigerator and add depth to the color scheme. Gray marble countertop on the island compliments the backsplash tile coloring.
Make a feature of your backsplash. The graphic tiles in this kitchen make for a subtle feature wall that fits perfectly with the trend. The choice of grout color is important here. The off-gray helps to define the tile pattern and provide that all-important contrast.
This glass backsplash, tiled in tones of neutral and brown, serves as a beautiful addition and primary design element in a modern kitchen. Using large, coordinating glass tiles everywhere except over the range provides a look of coordination without creating an busy feeling. The range hood has been kept small, allowing the backsplash to be the main focus.
Arched cutouts frame the vanity set up in this bright bathroom. Vertical backsplash tile adds subtle texture and shading behind a large mirror. Gray countertop compliments the gray marbling on the floor tile. The fixtures are built in on each wall leaving open floor space to move through the center of the room.
Neutral floor tile and vertical gray half wall tile in the shower join the thin blue and green backsplash tile border and the gray and white countertop for a pleasing mix of texture and finish in this bathroom. A glass door separates the shower from the vanity, perfect for the light and airy look of the design.