For this kitchen's fun stove backsplash, designer Leanne Ford stays within the neutral gray-and-white color palette, but adds visual interest by layering cross-shaped tiles on top of the wood paneling. The lower half of the paneling is painted dark gray for more contrast, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
An unconventional faucet is mounted to the side wall in this bathroom so as not to distract from the stunning geometric tile backsplash. A sleek wood vanity features a waterfall countertop with a linear sink, completing the striking, eccentric look.
Geometric gray and white tile provide a modern backsplash above the professional grade stove in this bright, white kitchen. White counters and cabinets keep the space feeling fresh while a built-in stainless steel wine cooler is perfect for entertaining.
Terra cotta Ann Sacks tiles featuring a shimmery, geometric design offer a bit of a modern surprise in an otherwise traditional kitchen designed by Alison Davin for the 2013 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The soft silver tone is perfectly matched to the stainless steel oven and hood for the ultimate custom look.
A geometric tile pattern accents the shower's back wall and is repeated above the black marble countertop at the vanity. A thick wood frame with large nailhead finish frames the vanity mirror. Pearl colored marble tile surrounds the shower nook with a cream and neutral curtain finishing the space.
Instead of traditional subway tile, TerraCotta Design Build chose an unexpected, slightly geometric backsplash for the kitchen. With its hexagonal shape, this tile adds serious visual interest to the sink.
This open plan kitchen is full of visual interest thanks to an unexpected, geometric backsplash. The red tile really pops against the blue cabinets and calls attention to the bright yellow light fixture, too.
Tiles embossed in an intricate, geometric vine pattern lend visual texture to this kitchen backsplash. A stainless steel pot filler cuts down on trips to the sink and complements the stainless range hood.
If you like the idea of a patterned backsplash that won’t go out of style, consider a simple geometric pattern: stripes, diamonds or zigzags, for example. To create this chevron effect, designer Kelli Kaufer used hand-cut stained glass. She bought three different colors, cut them into 1-inch wide by 3-inch long angled pieces, and applied to the wall using a double-sided sticky mat. Then, she grouted with a non-sanded grout. “This backsplash can work with many different styles,” says Kaufer. “Depending on the color of the glass pieces, you can either go bold, creating a hip, modern look, or muted, for a classic, sophisticated style.”
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.