While Subway Tile seems to dominate the backsplash sphere lately, there are hundreds of tile options out there to choose from. At Lakeville Kithen & Bath, we know a backsplash tile does more than simply protect your walls from splatters—its the focal point of your kitchen! Read below to see some of our suggestions for designing a stunning backsplash.
Lantern Mosaic Tile
Though an exceedingly popular choice in minimalist modern kitchens, the ubiquitous 3” x 6” white Subway Tile can become a bit tiresome. Don't be afraid to explore the full gamut of backsplash shapes, sizes, patterns and colors. Unique shapes and mosaics, like this Lantern Mosaic featured above, immediately add a pop of flair to your kitchen.
This neutral kitchen is anything but bland! Tactile brick textures add dimension and personality to a space filled with light wood cabinets and white quartz countertops.
Not only should you consider your backsplash material, but also its height. Bringing your backsplash around the windows and up to the ceiling creates a bold, unique look.
The warmth and vintage feel of reclaimed wood has made it a popular material for nearly all areas of the home. Why not use it in your backsplash, as well? This wood backsplash instantly warms up this white industrial kitchen and adds a standout feature wall.
Few backsplash materials add as much visual interest to a kitchen as tin sheets. Not only do they reflect light and brighten up the space, but they're also budget-friendly!
Break from tradition with a custom kitchen backsplash that doubles as a wallpaper accent wall. This sleek, modern kitchen has a unique, cutting-edge backsplash printed from a landscape scene.
Why not bring a playful touch to your kitchen? Paint your backsplash with chalkboard paint to keep a recipe handy, write out grocery lists, or just doodle. When you're in the mood for a more sophisticated look, simply wipe the chalkboard clean to reveal smooth matte black.
Can't choose just one material? Mix it up! Mixed media backsplashes are a great way to add drama to a space. In this kitchen, metallic and stone textures are paired together to create the ultimate industrial look.
Virtually every color plays well with this sleek, metallic kitchen backsplash material. Stainless steel provides a dramatic, modern contrast against these dark red kitchen cabinets.
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