Published at Saturday, May 06th 2017. by Yvette Marechal in Backsplashes.
The last but surely not the least, is the excellent stacked stone tile look, which is one of my favorite backsplash ideas. The stacked stone designs are usually consists an element of color to single walls in living rooms or on patios. In the stacked stone idea, the tiles are rectangular in nature with uneven widths, and are installed with rough edges popping out of the wall. The plain countertops built below the backsplash accentuate the coarse look of stacked stone tiles. Installing lights over these backsplash ideas, can brighten up the cooking or washing area of the room.
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.
Purchase glass tiles in a contrasting or complementary color to create a checkered pattern or a diamond pattern in your kitchen. This gives the kitchen a warm ambiance full of old world charm.
Iridescent glass tiles are another great looking tile backsplash option for kitchen with white cabinets. These are beautiful looking tiles and give a modern look to the kitchen. These tiles reflect various colors and make the kitchen space look more inviting. Iridescent glass tiles come in various colors and all will go well with the white cabinets. They come in beautiful gray shades, beige shades, blue shades, etc. They even come in a mix of colors like purple-blue, red-golden, green-off white, etc.
Now, if you are looking for backsplashes other than mosaic variety, then hammered backsplash is a good option. Secondly, if you are looking for an inexpensive, easy to clean, and durable backsplash, then you can go for stainless steel kitchen backsplash. Although not very attractive, it is more feasible and easy to install.
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.
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