Published at Thursday, August 03rd 2017. by Auberta Perrier in Kitchen Backsplashes.
There‘s a good reason why kitchen counters incorporate backsplashes as a rule : they're practical. Stuff splatters up on the walls, even while the most fastidious among us are preparing in‐conjunction with cooking food. A backsplash is there to safeguard the wall itself from being always assaulted by marinara sauce or cookie dough globs.
Nevertheless, backsplashes possess moved from the nation of Purely Pragmatic into fashionable Statement as well. Options for backsplashes ‐ material, color, shape, size, texture, etc. ‐ are abundant, as are the many ways this functional idea can enhance the entire space‘s design aesthetic.
This extensive kitchen is anything but short on style. With its fabulous vintage lighting, black‐also‐white diamond flooring, marble‐topped island, with high‐end stainless steel appliances, the kitchen is designed for the detail‐oriented chef.
It's quite fitting, then, that the embossed tin tile backsplash is as detailed as the rest of the space. The splash‘s texture adds depth to a smooth‐surfaced kitchen, in‐conjunction with the metallic tone provides a sleek warmth.
In this ultra‐functional contemporary kitchen, a hum‐drum backsplash would stand elsewhere like a sore thumb. Which is why this stainless steel metal mosaic, in tiny rectangle tiles, is an awesome punctuation mark. Paired with dark cabinetry in‐conjunction with a stainless steel countertop, the backsplash mirrors the sleek minimalist vibe while adding an important element of shine (ergo, light) to the center of the space.
While many kitchens find their place as a colorful mecca for dishware in‐conjunction with ceramics, this very neutral design is perfectly alive in its own way. Although the elements themselves are anything but organic, the nature‐inspired glass mosaic tile backsplash gives a “natural” aura to the kitchen plus softens the sharp lines. I particularly love how the tiles are placed vertically to resemble tree bark ‐ perfect juxtaposing touch in such a modern space.
This country casual kitchen is homey in‐conjunction with comfortable…also not short on luxuries. Traditional elements (e.g., wood floor, ceiling mouldings, chunky island) pair elegantly with high‐end pieces (e.g., copper hood, chef's oven, cabinet legs) to create a sophisticated space.
Helping the elements gel together into a cohesive space is this colorful deco backsplash ‐ colored mosaic tiles within white tiles merge warmth with sterile as well as give the kitchen the perfect polished design.
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