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1) See this backsplash in real life at the Mr Cabinet Care showroom.
2) Metallic meets white cabinets to create this party-ready look.
3) Cute and quaint doesn’t mean you can’t be functional.
4) Floating cabinetry and oceanic backsplash create a “kiss of contemporary.”
This stunning backsplash is a combination of premium Durango travertine tile and gorgeous crackle glass mosaic. We created an ocean scene with a high-quality banner and then added a traditional white frame around it to create the look of seaside luxury without the price tag of a beach home.
Perhaps one of the most unique backsplash options is an interesting tin design, like the one you see in this beautiful bar area. The repeat pattern allows you to cut the panel to accommodate your space between your cabinets and counter. An added bonus? There’s no wood required to achieve this look and it’s very easy to install! We’ll cheers to that. Thank you American Tin Ceilings for sharing this great design with us.
Who says you can’t add a bit of organization above your backsplash? In this kitchen, Neat Method shows us how easy it is to store your favorite spices in one spot. It also adds a bit of color to your kitchen cupboards – which looks great against white.
This counter to ceiling backsplash is truly captivating. By gathering inspiration from Houzz and injecting their own flavors, the homeowners created their dream kitchen to reflect their personal taste.
“This was a fun project for us. We usually do about ten kitchen remodels per year but had never built a kitchen cabinet system out of solid Walnut. I personally really enjoy the floating shelves to conceal the homeowner’s kitchen items.” – Jared Lewis
*Kitchen designer – Cyndi from Beyond the Box Kitchen Design
Whether you’re ready to remodel your home, or you’re still in the idea-gathering phase, I hope you enjoyed these four unique backsplash designs. Want to share your own ideas? Have any questions? Comment below!