Ranging from layout selection to color schemes and appliances, there is so much to think about when you are sprucing up the kitchen, and that’s why we are focusing on the backsplash. A backsplash is the kitchen wall material that can cover the entire wall or peek from behind the cooking range (it could also cover the part between shelves and cabinets). So, are you ready to add some drama to your kitchen?
Shiplap is the ultimate choice if you are fed up with adding tiles to the place. It’s a perfect choice if you have a coastal kitchen or a contemporary kitchen. We love white shiplap mixed up with some wooden shelves and a brown marble hood. On the other hand, if you want to add that regal touch, add golden drawer handles. Shiplap is a great choice that adds warmth and brightness to the kitchen.
Opt for a full-coverage backsplash for everyone who doesn’t like experimenting but still wants to give their kitchen an overhaul. It would help if you used the same tiles for walls and the floor and kitchen counter with this design. Also, if you want to break the pattern, add some marble tops and golden sink taps to ensure the kitchen looks clean yet glamorous!
If you want to add an elegant touch to your kitchen, nothing beats the slender herringbone tiles in neutral shades, such as white and gray. The angled design adds a vintage feel, while the new materials add a modern twist. In addition, you can spruce the kitchen with black shelves and navy cabinets to create the most sophisticated kitchen that isn’t only pretty but also clean.
Many people stick to the backsplash between the kitchen shelves and cabinets, but who stops you from going sky-high? For this purpose, we suggest that you run the tiles up the kitchen ceiling and create an impact. For this purpose, you can opt for subway tiles that add an elegant touch and look formal and approachable.
The modern kitchens call for something contemporary and sleek, and if you think the same, make space for the glass panel backsplash. The clear and large glass panes are applied on the wall with a glass panel backsplash. However, some people also add the painted glass, but that depends on your personal choice. On top of everything, the glass panel backsplash is the easiest to clean, and there won’t be any grout lines!
The Marine Touch
Sure, adding a marine touch in the bathrooms would make more sense, but if you don’t mind dark hues, it’s best to add a marine backsplash to the kitchen. The blue backsplash with golden or copper lining looks fantastic. However, to add a factor of brightness, we suggest that you add a light-colored kitchen counter and a few wooden shelves as in the picture!