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.
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.
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.
This classic gray and white kitchen features a triangular tile backsplash in a contemporary pattern. Thick marble countertops compliment the backsplash and lead the eye from the gas cooktop to the glass-front door cabinetry with white dinnerware.
To create the blue and white kitchen the homeowners dreamed of, designer searched far and wide to find the perfect tiles for the backsplash. Finally, they settled on hand-painted tiles imported from Morocco. Then, they added brass fixtures to warm up the space.