Everyone loves a creative tile backsplash - it seems to be one of the most talked-about design elements in a home. From contrast to texture, there are a myriad of ways to create a beautiful finishing touch in the space famous for family gatherings and entertaining alike. Today, we explore three techniques to make a backsplash the focal point of a kitchen, while complementing the space’s overall aesthetic.
Refresh modern kitchen design with a small-scale mosaic pattern that features contrasting colors - the perfect pop of visual interest to complement neutral cabinets. This Scottsdale, Arizona kitchen, designed by Frederick Interiors, uses our Unique series to create visual movement along the intricate backsplash.
Stacked polished & matte
Coordinate various tile finishes that reflect lighting for a clean, fresh look. In this Malibu, California kitchen, our Vogue series complements dark cabinets and a large center island. Alternating stacked polished and matte finishes are highlighted through island-centered pendant lighting.
White on white
For a crisp white kitchen, play with texture in shades of white. Here, a herringbone installation of our Vogue series offsets solid white cabinets for a traditional aesthetic without forsaking visual interest.