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Kitchen Backsplash Ideas You Need to See


Kitchen Backsplash

If you're long overdue for a mini makeover in your kitchen, you're one tile away from having the space of your dreams. The best backsplash ideas for kitchen remodels make such a big impact, you might not need to do anything else. 


Take a look at these kitchen backsplashes and decide which eye-catching look will give your kitchen that perfect, polished finish 



Mirror Tile

Mirror Tile

Mirror tile maximizes light. If your kitchen doesn't have many windows, this trick will save you—and make you feel like you're in a fun disco ball universe. The mirrored tile backsplash contrasts nicely with the Uptown White Cabinets and black countertop on the photo. The key is to keep them low-profile as to not take up too much visual real estate.




Penny Tile

Penny Tile

Though most commonly used in bathrooms, penny tiles can also make for a striking kitchen backsplash. This glossier finish is dynamic, playful, and full of texture alongside the Dark Gray Cabinets.




Marble Effect

Marble Effect

If you love the look of marble and other natural stones but don't want to splurge on a marble slab for the entire kitchen wall, opt for marble tiles instead. As you can see in this kitchen it boasts that same coveted look.




Glossy Herringbone Tile

Glossy Herringbone Tile

In this kitchen, glossy herringbone tiles contrast with Shaker White Cabinets and blue window frames.




Brick Veneer

Brick Veneer

That being said, maybe brick is the right choice for your kitchen backsplash and walls. Here, a classic red brick veneer sets the historic, lived-in mood. So even though looks like it's been there forever, it's actually a newly applied set of tiles that simply look like antique bricks.


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