The bronze leaf motif adds texture and design to the rectangular tile backsplash. The tile material is carried through to the sink. Photo Credit: Rocky Mountain Hardware. I personally love the richness of this design.
Blue glass tiles make a dramatic statement in any style kitchen. Designer Dave Stimmel installed the tile along the length of the cabinets and the wet bar area to connect the two spaces.
What better way to feel like you're in Italy than a mural of a vineyard in your kitchen? RMS user busymommyathome installed this hand-painted mural to bring a touch of Italy to her home.
The glass tiles in the backsplash alternate between glossy and etched, complementing the glossy stainless steel appliances and honey maple cabinets.
The reflective surface of this stainless steel backsplash changes with the amount and direction of light. The cutting-edge material combined with the classic mosaic pattern gives the kitchen a modern organic look. Photo Credit: Ann Sacks.
The backsplash should be one of the main focuses when remodeling your kitchen. Curved glass tile for a basketweave look, draws the eye straight to the backsplash.
The small clear glass tiles in this backsplash make the perfect backdrop for the stainless steel double stack hood. Designer Gail Drury combines the sparkling backsplash with stainless steel appliances for extra shine.
This series of bronze tiles adds visual interest to the kitchen. The tiles are placed in different directions to resemble piecing a puzzle, resulting in a fun pattern. Photo Credit: Rocky Mountain Hardware.
This is one of my favorite's, it is rich with colors and design.
A backsplash can often be the focal point of a kitchen. Designer Gail Drury had this in mind when she designed this intricate tile backsplash framed by the stone hood.