Warm Accents This kitchen boasts an off-white quilted travertine backsplash that enhances the limestone countertops and warm white cabinetry. If you have your eye on a tile that's out of your budget, consider using it as an accent. Detail insets introduce a visual spark to a simple backsplash, without busting the bank. Here, a narrow mosaic border introduces a subtle flourish to the understated backsplash.
Pretty, shiney backsplash with accents At Oakley Farm, a 19th-century manor in northern Virginia, decorator Katie Ridder and architect Peter Pennoyer designed kitchen cabinets that extend to the ceiling to take advantage of often-wasted space; a rolling library ladder provides easy access to out-of-reach shelves.
Shiney, handmade-looking, beautiful backsplash! plays off color of island. Add architectural charm to a kitchen otherwise lacking in character-rich details by embellishing the cabinets with crown molding or wooden support brackets. These architectural elements are affordable and available at home centers in a variety of sizes and styles.
A light green backsplash adds refreshing color to this neutral kitchen. The classic subway tile shape blends with clean, traditional-style cabinetry, while the subtle hue lends modern flair. Brimming with views of the outdoors, the gentle green tiles also bring a touch of nature into the kitchen work space.
Love the diamond, textured backsplash Room to Dine & Unwind Open to the kitchen, the dining area exemplifies a casual style. A dining set with wicker chairs, a dark-stained table, and colorful flowers provide a cozy area to entertain guests. A neutral color palette looks sophisticated and allows design flexibility with accent colors.