The backsplashes in your kitchen or bathrooms are more than just functional, they also make a statement. That’s why your backsplash should do more than just blend in with your interior design style.
Whether you want something simple and understated or bold and loud, there are unique backsplash ideas for any style. Check out some of our recommendations before you begin your new kitchen or bathroom project.
Often overlooked, herringbone pattern is an excellent choice for backsplashes. While herringbone is not as popular as it once was, this unique V shape creates a simple yet noticeable pattern that draws the eye.
While some homeowners opt for the clean elegance of a single color, herringbone tile lends itself to a splash of light and dark colors. Consider using multiple shades of tile to give your kitchen a more vibrant feeling.
Alternative, choose a single dark color to create contrast with a room that has lighter colors.
Natural Stone Slab
Natural stone slab is a bold choice that will add character to your kitchen backsplash.
Since natural stone is available in a variety of vein patterns and colors, your options range from simple single-color slabs to rich, complex pieces that are a work of art on their own.
If you already have natural stone countertops, don’t worry about finding an exact match. Instead, use your backsplash to create eye-catching contrast. This will add depth to your design without overwhelming the space.
You may have seen mosaic tile backsplashes before, but these classics never go out of style.
Mosaics may seem simple, but they are constantly being reinvented thanks to their endless variety of styles, colors, and patterns. You can go with something timeless like white penny tiles, but you also have the flexibility to craft a rainbow of hexagon or picket tiles.
You can’t get that kind of versatility with other backsplash materials.
And if you arrange your backsplash with rectangular mosaic tiles stretching horizontally, it’ll make cleaning between the cracks significantly easier. Especially compared to traditional tiles or unique shapes like herringbone.
Know what you want for your backsplash? Still undecided? Either way, reach out to the team at The Design House in Denton, for help with your home improvement project!