We saved money using a standard 3x6 white subway tile from Home Depot.  Even though our backsplash tile choice was cheap, it's still a classic look and I really love the way it looks all the way up to to the ceiling behind the open shelves, and around the kitchen window.  I also really love the light grey grout we selected.  It is subtle, but really makes the tile a feature in the kitchen.

natural wood open shelves - white subway tile - white cabinets - love it all. I might keep some open shelving when the time comes

Wow! These floating shelves are epic! See how they pop out against this tile? And those plants just make this look! Check out our Instagram to find your favorite floating shelves today!

natural wood shelves (LoVE the wall mounts) / subway tile w/ gray grout to tie in the cabinet color / butcher block counter to tie in shelves.

dark grey with white marble - perfect!

*dark grey color Materials, metal/ brass accents, open backsplash w/ no uppers; inset shaker-style w/ minimally detailed hardware.

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Inspire Your Joanna Gaines - DIY Fixer Upper Ideas

Beautiful and simple kitchen in grey and white. White gloss brick/subway tiles can be found at Mandarin Stone. www.mandarinstone.com

Soft gray cabinets, white subway tile with dark grout, open shelving, and a farmhouse sink create visual interest without looking too busy in this cozy kitchen.

As seen on HGTV's "Fixer Upper," Thursdays 11/10c--> hg.tv/10wdg

But darker wood shelves, darker caounters. Do like the subway tiles ("gooseneck lamp, white kitchen cabinets, white subway tile and walls painted Sherwin Williams Mindful Gray, open shelving")

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*subway tile dark grout, all the way up with open shelves I love the mix of materials and colours in this kitchen. The black rangehood works beautifully with the charcoal grout on the subway tiled splashback.

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