A kitchen backsplash not only completes the look of the space, but often times dictate the vibe and style of the whole room’s aesthetic. We’re highlighting 5 Metropolitan kitchen’s that really make a statement with the textures, colors and materials featured.
1. Pop of Color
This all white kitchen allows it’s blue backsplash to really stand out. The playful color and patter make the room feel fun and lively. We love how this blue brings a big dose of color to the room while not overwhelming the space. This tile feels timeless and dramatic at the same time, and was chose by Vivian Robins Design.
We’ve never seen a kitchen backsplash like this one! With a stainless steel metal material, this kitchen appears glam and edgy. Evolve Residential brought their design expertise to this space, creating a modern kitchen that combines multiple textures and materials together so well!
3. Gray Grout
A tile backsplash can look so different depending on the grout color chosen. We love how current this white tile looks with gray grout, and particularly in the herringbone pattern that was installed. Although it’s simple it’s super chic!
4. Bold Pattern
This beautiful tile from Ann Sacks makes such a bold statement! It also looks extra dramatic going all the way up to the ceiling and around the window. Everything else in the kitchen is neutral, including the gray stone countertop and wood island, enabling the backsplash to really make a wow impact. Design by Amy McFadden.
5. Full Height Stone Backsplash
Luxurious and sleek, a full height stone backsplash brings a lot of richness to a kitchen. Stone with a good amount of veining and movement works best, almost acting like art on the wall. This kitchen’s stone goes up to the ceiling for a dramatic touch, bringing the eye all the way upwards.
For more details on a stone backlash and countertop, contact our team!