With some tile designs, how you lay them out during installation really does make a difference.
Kitchen Backsplash Design Ideas
It happens all the time. You fall in love with a particular tile design, but then you just can’t figure out what to do with it. We feel your pain. It is not always easy to design a layout that will look good AND fit into the space you have.
To start us off, here are a few ways that you could create a kitchen backsplash using tiles from our Metal Amore Collection. You can find the whole collection here: Metal Amore Tile Collection. Click on any of these pictures to see a larger view.
All of these layouts also use our Rope Liner which you can see on our page of natural stone liners and trim.
This beautiful kitchen features tiles from our Clermont Collection
. Limestone was used for both the decorative tiles and the plain tiles throughout the backsplash. Click on any of these pictures to see a larger version.
The backsplash area behind the stove showcases the Clermont Upright Mural. It is a colorful pattern with an intricate design. See a more detailed photo below:
This design has a number of colors – gold, green, blue and burgundy. However, the name we chose for this color scheme is Azul.
Here is a close up of so you can see the detail and color of this design.
The Clermont Listello runs along the entire backsplash as a border and 6″ x 6″ Clermont Accent tiles have been placed in a few key areas.
These accents are shown on our Limestone tile.
Here is a list of the exact tiles uses in this kitchen:
PTN700200-A CLERMONT UPRIGHT Mural – AZUL
BTN700300-A CLERMONT Listello – AZUL
ATN700103-A CLERMONT THREE Accent – AZUL
ATN700102-A CLERMONT TWO Accent – AZUL
Featured Kitchen Backsplash Design – Herbs
Our Herbs Collection
has proven to be an undeniable favorite for kitchen backsplashes. The pretty bundles of herbs – Sage, Basil, Rosemary, Oregano, Peppermint and Chives – are fresh and cheerful. These kitchen backsplash tiles will awaken memories of your summer garden, in all its blooming glory, even through the coldest winter.
This kitchen is a great example of mixing material – natural stone tiles with multi-colored ceramic tiles.
Click on the picture for a larger view.
The Herbs artwork was derived from the works of Annie LaPoint, a California artist known for her rich watercolors of fruit, flowers and topiaries. You can see more of Annie’s art at Penny Lane Publishing
. Some of the designs in our American Country Collection
were licensed from her work.