Tiles are one of the more popular materials for the kitchen backsplash. They are not only cost effective, but also durable and easy to maintain.
If you are looking to make a statement with a tiled kitchen backsplash, here are some ideas to consider.
We’ve seen a ton of kitchen backsplashes decked out in a herringbone pattern using subway tiles. The classic pattern, with the 90-degree angle arrow pointing up or down, is great and really timeless, but if you just want to shake things up, consider having the pattern sit sideways instead. This results in the arrow pointing left or right, offering up a little something else in your kitchen.
When you just need to protect your walls against grease stains from cooking, you might not need to run your kitchen backsplash along the entire length of the wall. Have it just focused on the cooking area behind your stove; that way, you’ll either save some money, or have extra budget for splurging on your favourite tiles.
Back to Basics
White tiles are super basic, but they can make a gorgeous graphic statement if you do them right, you can create contrasting black grout to make a stunning statement.
This features a more intricate design, allowing the backsplash to stand out more.
Subway Tiles were once upon a time just a white coloured ceramic wall tile in the size of a brick.They are usually the perfect type of tile to use as an accent wall in your toilet or a back splash in your kitchen. They can also be laid in different styles to bring about very different and interesting effects.