12 CREATIVE KITCHEN TILE BACKSPLASH IDEAS
Backsplashes are a necessity for kitchens, not only to keep your painted walls clean but also to add a unique design touch to a space you’re going to spend a whole lot of time. Here are 12 creative tile options to check out. Read more: http://design-milk.com/creative-tile-backsplash-options/
- •clé’s Container Tiles, designed by John Whitmarsh, are cut from actual shipping containers! Super eco-friendly.
- •Featuring traditional Japanese patterns, these tiles from Made a Mano take backsplashes in a whole new direction.
- •A graphic, zig zag pattern was created in this kitchen simply by laying the tiles out a certain way.
- •Using various Made a Mano rectangular tiles with patterns and colors, the tiles are laid out to create horizontal stripes up the wall.
- •To jazz up this mostly white kitchen, Jute Interior Design used zig zag tiles in varying shades of green and white to cover the backsplash.
- •Italian tile manufacturer Marazzi designed this kitchen with their Block monochromatic mosaic tile in various graphic patterns.
- •While not technically tile, this chevron backsplash was created by Wilsonart using their laminates.
- •Utilizing graphic tiles from Jatana Interiors, this home in Sydney went for a bold black and white pattern to enhance their simple, modern kitchen.
- •Generally you see classic herringbone on the floor but we love how they carried it to the backsplash and used a darker grout – it makes the pattern pop!
- •A loft in Hollywood, California is decked out with recycled skateboards that the Art of Board turns into art tiles.
- •Drawing Dept added texture to this kitchen’s back wall using Walker Zanger’s Fretwork Pattern Interlocking Field tiles in white.
- •A backsplash made up of solid bronze Basic tiles, from Rocky Mountain Hardware, in various sizes and patinas creates a mixed media metal look that would work with any color scheme.