Metal Backsplashes

A metal backsplash works well in a contemporary setting, making it a prime choice for a modern kitchen environment.
Metal Backsplashes

Metal Backsplashes

Metal backsplash behind the range and tea pot. This hip geometric design is a perfect complement for a contemporary kitchen. The tiles are made of white bronze and finished with a light patina. Photo Credit: Rocky Mountain Hardware

By: Caroline Shannon-Karasik

A metal backsplash is a cool, contemporary way to add a touch of modern appeal to a kitchen. Ranging in styles from sleek stainless steel sheets to an embossed tin, the metal backsplash is a no-frills way to complete the look of a kitchen area.

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So Many Options

Salvaged Materials: Antique Wood Mosaic

Salvaged Materials: Reclaimed Wood

Paper: Marble + Wallpaper

Photo By: Andrea Schumacher

Paper: Picture Perfect

From: Brian Patrick Flynn

Reflective Finish: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

Photo By: Chris Amaral © 2013, HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Reflective Finish: Antique Mirror

Budget Friendly: Coffee Beans

Photo By: Eric Perry ©2014, DIY Network/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Budget Friendly: Tin Sheets

From: Jill Wolff

Bold Blue

Photo By: Jean-Marc Giboux/Getty Images

Soaring Subway

Embossed Concrete

Textured Tile

Photo By: Antonio Martins

Metallics: Stainless Steel

From: Kim Alexandriuk

Photo By: Photo Credit: Edward Addeo

Metallics: 3-D Finished Bronze

Metallics: Penny Tile

Metallics: Copper Tile

Photo By: Photography by Tami Holsten

Chalkboard Paint

Ceramic + Glass Tile

Ceramic + Glass Tile

Photo By: Photography by Nancy Blandford

Limestone + Glass Tile

Tumbled Stone + Glass Tile

Stone: River Rock

Stone: Quartzite Sandstone

Stone: Translucent Agate

Photo By: Photography by Eurotech Cabinetry, Inc

Stone: Marble Mosaic

Photo By: Photography by Eric Roth

Stone: Marble Mosaic

Stone: Marble Checkerboard

Stone: Honed Marble

Photo By: Photography by Tami Holsten

Stone: Honed Marble

Pattern: Brickwork

From: Drury Design

Pattern: Herringbone

Pattern: Stacked Columns

Unusual Materials: Volcanic Rock

Photo By: Photography by Anice Hoachlander

Unusual Materials: Industrial Steel

Unusual Materials: Indigenous Wood

Unusual Materials: Repurposed Plywood

Unusual Materials: Recycled Glass

Unusual Materials: Modular Panels

Colorful Glass Tile

From: Rise Krag

Glass Tile Mosaic

Etched Glass Tile

Handmade Tile

Photo By: Photography by Vicki Morrow

Handmade Tile

Photo By: Photography by Vicki Morrow

3-D Custom Glass Tile

Photo By: Photography by John Ryba

Stainless steel backsplashes come in a wide variety of options, including flat sheets of metal or varieties that have been embossed with artistic designs. A rugged stainless steel backsplash with raised and scratched areas can be the perfect choice or a rustic or modern kitchen that could use a bit of flair.

Another interesting option for a backsplashes is to choose a metal such as copper or tin and emboss it with a fun pattern. This type of backsplash is a great option for someone who has a bit of an artistic side and likes a do-it-yourself project.

A metal backsplash will work well in a variety of kitchen spaces, including a rustic kitchen that is accented by natural wood cabinets, and an island designed from a reclaimed dresser or desk. The overall feel in this kitchen would be eclectic and fun, lending it a down-to-earth vibe.

Metal backsplashes also clean up easily with soapy water and a sponge, making them an ideal option for people who spend a lot of time at the stove.

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