Published at Monday, May 08th 2017. by Fanetta Guichard in Backsplashes.
If you combine dark-colored tiles in a glossy or a semi gloss finish with lighter toned cabinets and kitchen walls, it creates a very sober and sophisticated look. For example, you can go with chocolate-brown or deep rust colored tile for your kitchen backsplash.
One of the greatest tile backsplash pattern ideas that is dramatic as well as different is to install tiles that have been broken into a mosaic pattern. You can use old broken tiles with bright and contrasting patterns for this idea.
These were the various tile backsplash ideas. So, choose from budget and versatile ceramic tile ideas or go with some modern metal or glass tiles for a cool backsplash design. Good luck!
Modern kitchens have become more and more innovative and stylish and having a beautiful tile backsplash pattern is one of the ways to make the kitchen look more appealing. There are many different tile backsplash patterns that you can use and there are a lot of materials, textures, shapes and sizes in tiles that you can choose from. Whether you choose ceramic tiles, glass tiles, metal tiles or stone tiles, make sure that the color and pattern matches the overall kitchen decor. Also, keep in mind the amount of upkeep required and ease of cleaning that different types of tiles offer. You can also combine two different tile materials like ceramic and glass to come up with unique kitchen backsplash patterns. Here we are going to provide you with some unique kitchen backsplash ideas that is going to add style and flair to your kitchen.
One of the most interesting tile patterns for kitchen backsplash is to combine four or five different tiles in a small area, but the tiles should be from the same color family. You might like to pick a decorative tile for the border.
Use an unexpected tile color like purple and hot pink to create a backsplash pattern. This will give the kitchen a very bold and dramatic look.
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