#21. Bright Delight
Bright colors not only add an optimistic effect on whoever enters a room, they also make a room seem more spacious and vast. You might feel like you are in a room with much greater dimensions because of the white color effect. And let’s not forget that beige works more than fine with white counters and cabinets as the ultimate color of a backsplash.
#22. Crossed Paths
Complex freestyle backsplashes like the one shown above is an example of an artistic personal choice. The curves can cross paths, form shapes, or vanish at the same point and still make a really good looking backsplash. P.S. when using complex patterns like this one it’s good to choose a calming hue to the background like the mighty shades of blue.
#23. Sweet & Simple
Keep it real and simple while still enjoying a classically elegant backsplash to admire while you hum your way through doing the dishes!
#24. Busy Beehive Mosiac
Upon the first sight of the octagon shape, we directly remember the shape of the homes of one of the busiest creatures of all. In fact, they were the reason behind inventing the word “Busy“, isn’t that right little busy bees? While we take the liberty of using that busy shape as decorative mosaic style into our hands we can fully admire the orange hues sprawled on the walls complementing the beige cabinets.
#25. Kitchen Renovation
If a kitchen renovation is on your to-do-list this year but the scheduled time for it comes in a time when you’re short on funds, that’s fine! Considering that the kitchen cabinets are the most expensive aspect of the kitchen, you can keep that intact and remodel what truly matters… backsplashes! One remarkable backsplash can transform your kitchen into a brand new culinary destination using the least expenses possible.
#26. Vertically Vert
Horizontal tile backsplashes as such a cliché! Just by rotating them 90 degrees sharp you get a lovely vertical diverted backsplash with double the weird and unusually attractive effect. Be creative with the simplest touches.
#27. Pretty In Pebbles
While girls might look pretty in pink hues ranging from salmon and flamingo to fuschia and hot pink then showcasing pebbles as a kitchen backsplash idea might not be the worst of them all after all!! In fact, it adds those extraordinary vibes and brightens up the kitchen just as the lights hit the wall and their reflecting nature illuminates all the neighboring spots! They look like they have been made for a chronic themed kitchen equipped with stainless steel utensils.
#28. Peachy Orange
While most of us might think of oranges and peaches as any other fruit that provides us with our daily nutritive ingredients, we must not forget that they make a remarkable palette if these two shades were to be combined together. They give you that warm fuzzy feeling that makes you sure you will end up just chilling!
#29. Weathered Walls
Weathered and outdated might not look like a stylish choice for you, but for all antique interior architecture lovers out there this is the design made just for you. Tiles that give the old weathered effect like numerous centuries have passed are the ones that will cast a hypnotic spell upon you!
#30. Lemon Yellow
Who said you can either employ slanted or straight square tiles? You might as well mix them both up in you feel like it! Use the straight squares for the finish and the slanted ones to make up the pattern to be used in the backsplash.