Vertically-hung mosaic tile creates a dramatic backsplash in this traditional eat-in kitchen. Under cabinet lighting illuminates the backsplash's natural hues which complement the dark wood cabinets. A stainless steel range hood helps to tie in the metallic pendants and hardware.
The sink backsplash is a brick mosaic tile, running vertical and framing the large rectangular mirror. A charcoal gray countertop covers white lower cabinets in the arch vanity frame. Large white marble tiling coats the floor for a bright and polished finish.
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.
A thick marble countertop with bold gray marbling covers the top of the eat-in bar space in this kitchen. Stylish barstools with wood backs and black leather seat cushions are lined at the bar facing the built in woodgrain cabinetry. A thin, vertical tile backsplash matches the marble colors and adds texture to the design.
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.
The mirrored design of this floating vanity creates a double vanity space with his and hers sinks, two drawers and a shared open shelf. Vertical charcoal gray tile adds a clean backsplash line separating the countertop and the long mirror mounted above. Cylinder sconces combine with natural light from the window to keep the space bright.
Woodgrain cabinetry provides a warm contrast to the bright, white surroundings of this bathroom vanity space. A matching upper woodgrain panel separates two mirrors mounted above the built in his and hers sinks in the white countertop. Two stone backsplash strips add an accent texture among the sleek surfaces.
A vertical subway tile backsplash creates a less conventional movement in the room to elongate the look and add a touch of soft blue color to the room. A modern bubble chandelier is an airy light accessory over the kitchen island. The diamond shaped island features a bold marble countertop and barstools lined up for an eat-in set up.
Glass backsplash tiles are generally laid horizontally, but this contemporary master bathroom forgoes that norm with a lustrous vertical tile pattern. Rich brown cabinetry and tiered Caesarstone countertops echo the tile's warm brown tones.
Rectangular tiles for the backsplash are laid vertically, creating height between countertops and open shelves. Warm woods contrast against the bright white walls and backsplash for a Scandinavian-inspired kitchen.
Ultra thin mosaic tiles run horizontally along this kitchen's backsplash, creating subtle contrast against the vertical grain of the sleek cabinets. Linear cabinet pulls complete the contemporary look.
Glass tile laid vertically creates a striking floor-to-ceiling backsplash in this warm, contemporary bathroom. A streamlined floating vanity is paired with a wooden vessel sink and wall-mounted faucet.
This kitchen's designer chose to install glass and stone tile vertically rather than horizontally for a unique backsplash in neutral tones. The stainless steel range hood and appliances blend well with the schema, and the natural wood cabinetry pulls the brown color from the tiles for a lovely fusion of shades.
A vertical tile backsplash adds visual interest above the black countertops in this kitchen. Some of the cabinets have clear glass fronts, ensuring the cabinetry doesn't weigh down the look of the small kitchen. A farmhouse sink is a classic yet trendy addition.