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Modern Kitchen Backsplash Ideas

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A tiled kitchen backsplash is the perfect opportunity to take advantage and experiment with colour and pattern. It is also a fairly small canvas so it doesn’t have to cost a fortune. The kitchen is the heart of the home and the place people gather the most, why not add a touch of personality and create a focal point that is unique to you. Whether you are looking for a custom-design or a classic finish, these inspiring ideas will be sure to spark your imagination and help you create the kitchen of your dreams.

Modern Graphics

Source: Daltile

This show stopping design is sleek, sophisticated, and elegant, offering an unmatched level of luxury. The stunning silhouette of the Lavaliere Collection from Daltile features soft lines with dramatic elements that helps keep the design feeling airy and modern.

Elegant Marble

Source: Julian Tile

The design in this kitchen allows for the stunning backsplash to shine. On top of being elegant and timeless, it is super easy to clean, especially behind the stove where most of the splatters and splashes often happen.

Geometric

Source: Ceratec

You can’t go wrong with hexagon. Especially this neutral tile that is anything but boring. The small black hex tile adds subtle interest without being too overbearing – A great way to spice up your backsplash.

Make it Custom

Source: Ceratec

For a distinctive backsplash, consider making it a custom one. With tile, it is easier than ever to create a look that is completely unique to you.

Blue and White Patterns

Pretty blue and white patterned tile is all the rage right now. This kitchen has just the right dose of colour and pattern to wake up an otherwise neutral kitchen. Add a little character to any kitchen with the Form Collection from Ames Tile.

Textured Tile

Source: Ceratec

Turn heads and add an eye-catching backsplash with a textured tile. Texture will help create interest while maintaining a neutral aesthetic.

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