Get Some Backsplash Inspiration for Your Kitchen

Materials like slate, glass and metal can give your kitchen backsplash elegant style.
Kitchen with Tile Backsplash

Kitchen with Tile Backsplash

A rustic Old World look is easily achievable in a kitchen backsplash.

A rustic Old World look is easily achievable in a kitchen backsplash.

Backsplashes are a wonderful way to add style to a kitchen.

Here are four options:

  • Mix iridescent, opaque glass mosaics and clear amber glass with solid slate or choose handmade glass tiles with metallic elements.
  • Bring art into your kitchen with a laser-etched design on marble, glass, metal or stone.
  • Use black grout with yellow and white tile, and let it soak in for a rustic Old World look.
  • Not yet on the market is a removable backsplash called Splash Art, which allows you to change the scenery on a whim. It's pre-assembled and ready to hang in just 10 minutes.

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