The light wood cabinets and pale green backsplash keep this small kitchen light and airy. The sharp lines of the sleek cabinets and stainless appliances enhance the kitchen's contemporary feel. A chalkboard is a fun yet practical accent.
Neither bright or pastel; the olive green subway tile backsplash in this kitchen designed by Ryan Christenson of Remodel Works Bath and Kitchen is unusual enough to catch the eye, but classic enough to live with for years.
HGTV's House Hunters Renovation did a number on this Los Angeles kitchen. The finished product includes dark hardwood floors and an olive green subway tile backsplash. Concrete countertops, stainless steel finishes and industrial barstools add an industrial touch to the transitional kitchen.
Craftsman Kitchen With Green Subway Tile Backsplash
New cabinetry and a dramatic apple green backsplash update this kitchen for the 21st century while staying true to the home's craftsman roots. Caesarstone countertops and an under-mount sink are sleek, stylish and functional.
Transitional Kitchen With Green Subway Tile Backsplash
A peninsula adjacent to the patio doors makes indoor and outdoor entertaining a snap in this kitchen by Ryan Christenson of Remodel Works Bath and Kitchen. The counter area can be used as a buffet or as a place to keep burgers out of the sun before they go on the grill. White cabinets keep this kitchen bright and sunny while olive green subway tile adds a splash of color.
Contemporary White Kitchen With Green Glass Tile Backsplash
This contemporary kitchen features white Shaker-style cabinets, neutral granite countertops, gray tile flooring and stainless steel appliances. A green glass tile backsplash adds a fun pop of color to the clean white space.
The gorgeous green tile range backsplash adds depth and texture to this modern kitchen, designed by Yuko Matsumoto. Subway tile in a slightly lighter hue was cleverly used for the backsplash beneath the cabinets.