Choosing the Right Backsplash
September 28, 2011Dan Jones
A good backsplash can really bring a kitchen to life. But choosing the right one can be a hard decision; with so many choices, how do you decide? Take a look at some beautiful backsplash choices in kitchens CliqStudios has helped to remodel.
Tile Focal Point
Adding a bold tile backsplash to one part of the kitchen creates a beautiful focal point. This design feature black, grey, and cream, all colors found in the rest of the kitchen cabinets and hardware. The orange stands out, and accent pieces in the rest of the kitchen help accent it. The rest of the backsplash in this kitchen is white subway tile.
This tiled backsplash in varying colored stone tiles helps accent the cooktop area. Like the first example, the backsplash is really the focal point of the room. However this style takes more earthy colors from the room to incorporate into the design, creating a warm, luxurious atmosphere.
In this kitchen, grey streaked white granite is not only used as countertops, but it continues up the wall to be the backsplash as well! This creates a beautiful and seamless design.
This beautiful and custom backsplash uses all shades of black, white, and grey tiles to make a truly unique design.
Subway tile alone is never boring either! Classic and easy, these subtle white glass tiles help reflect light back into the room to make it appear bigger. Try subway tile in other colors to accent different parts of your kitchen or as a bold statement.