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Bathroom Backsplash Styles and Trends

November 25, 2014
A stylish backsplash can make a major impact on your bathroom's design. Browse these photos for ideas.
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Photo: Geoffrey Hodgdon

Soothing Glass Backsplash

The right backsplash can help create a spa-like environment in the bathroom. In this space, designer Andreas Charalambous chose slim glass tile in calming shades of brown and beige, complementing the wenge countertop and floating display boxes.

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All-Around Tile

Today's designers are taking tile from floor to ceiling in the bathroom, and not just in the shower. This bathroom features a bold blue-and-green mosaic tile backsplash that extends throughout most of the room. Design by Lori Dennis

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Subway Tile Backsplash

A subway tile backsplash adds clean, classic style to a bathroom. Subway tiles are typically installed horizontally, but these vertical tiles complement the tall faucet. Image courtesy of Delta Faucet Company

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Modern Glass Backsplash

A sheet of glass installed over a pale blue wall serves as a sleek backdrop for this contemporary bathroom. The glass both protects the wall and adds subtle shine to the space. Design by Andreas Charalambous

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