Backsplash Inspiration for Your New Kitchen

Backsplash Inspiration for your new kitchen

Full article with thanks to: housebeautiful.com/room-decorating/kitchens/g28944503/subway-tile-kitchen-ideas

It’s no surprise subway tiles are popular for kitchen backsplashes. They’re cheap, easy to clean, endlessly versatile, and arguably the most timeless option on the planet—no matter what environment they’re in, subway tiles never seem to look dated. Whether you’re renovating your kitchen, or you’re just hungry for interior design inspiration, this batch of subway tile kitchen ideas and backsplash ideas will do the trick. From creative layout ideas to colourful variations, cool grout trends, and classic looks, you’ll find something to recreate or Pin ahead.

Try Allover Tile

Subway tile on all of the walls (and up to the ceiling!) makes for easy cleanup in this kitchen by designer Philip Mitchell. The unlacquered brass hood and butcher block countertop add warmth to the space.

Extend Your Patry

In this entryway by designer Jim Dove, tiles extend to the mini staircase and onto the walls for a seamless look. Double pantry pullouts on one wall allow for sleek kitchen food storage.

Hide Your Subway Tiles

In this kitchen by Regan Baker Design, the floor-to-ceiling wood facade conceals the cabinets and countertops. If you want to use tiles as a backsplash but have something more sleek and modern in mind, too, consider a similar design concept. That way, you can feature both materials.

Only Go Half Way

In this space designed by deVol Kitchens, deep turquoise lower cabinets ground the spaec while the sage walls add a touch of levity. Between them, the subway tiles feel like a natural addition, thanks to the dark green grout instead of a classic white option.

Be Exlectic

Here’s proof that subway tiles can even blend in with an industrial, modern environment. This kitchen designed by ETC.etera features edgy concrete floors, a retro red stool, classic black stained-wood cabinetry, an ultra-sleek island, and simple subway tiles. All together, they create an eclectic yet cohesive whole

Full article with thanks to: housebeautiful.com/room-decorating/kitchens/g28944503/subway-tile-kitchen-ideas

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